Philips 26PF4310 26" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready £399.95 - HotUKDeals
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Philips 26PF4310 26" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready £399.95

£399.95 @ Richer Sounds
Last few to clear. Featuring a high resolution, HD Ready, screen, DVI input and "Crystal Clear III" technologies, the Philips 26PF4310 advances LCD TV to new levels at this price. The super… Read More
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Last few to clear.

Featuring a high resolution, HD Ready, screen, DVI input and "Crystal Clear III" technologies, the Philips 26PF4310 advances LCD TV to new levels at this price.

The superior screen reflects in the picture quality which has depth and a sense of realism missing amongst many rivals.

Whilst not being on a par with a home cinema system, the sound quality is enhanced by both Virtual Dolby surround sound and Dynamic bass control.

In addition to the digital, DVI, input there are also a full complement of more traditional sockets including twin SCART sockets on this 26" model

A full range of automated programming features make this a simple "plug and play" TV, whilst the built-in stand and compact dimensions make it especially easy to place the set.

For a 26" LCD TV that's ahead of the game, the Philips 26PF4310 deserves to be on anyone's short list.


Looks like a bargain - instore only though so they may be difficult to find.
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#1
I think with HDMI HDCP the Viera at 499 elsewhere (-6% quidco) is a better deal.

No freeview and only DVI on this.

Possibly better for PC connection if this DVI is PC compatible.
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GDawes
I think with HDMI HDCP the Viera at 499 elsewhere (-6% quidco) is a better deal.

No freeview and only DVI on this.

Possibly better for PC connection if this DVI is PC compatible.


I'd probably have to agree with you.

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