Philips 32'' 32PFL5405H Full HD 100Hz LCD TV £329.99 delivered including 5 YEAR GUARANTEE @ M &S (Today only. Discount applied at checkout) - HotUKDeals
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Looks like a great TV this. Has excellent customer reviews. Cashback brings it down further to about £320.

Product Features

* Full HD TV with Pixel Plus HD for better details and clarity
* 2.1 system for 40W surround sound (2x10W plus virtual 20W)*
* Seamless connectivity with 3 HDMI inputs and Easylink
* 100Hz LCD, 2ms performance for superb motion sharpness

Technical Details

Aspect ratio: Widescreen
Output power (RMS): 20W
Sound Enhancement: Auto Volume Leveller, Incredible Surround, Treble and Bass Control, Clear Sound
Sound System: Mono, Nicam Stereo, Stereo
Child Protection: Child Lock+Parental Control
Clock: Sleep Timer
Connection Enhancement: Easy link
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Okay Suppose.
this tv is available for £314 on net but £79 for the 5year warranty however cant see where this tv is LED backlit as post does imply
this tv is available for £314 on net but £79 for the 5year warranty however cant see where this tv is LED backlit as post does imply

It says LED in post and LCD in title. Perhaps the OP should correct the wrong one.

Edited By: tyke on Feb 19, 2011 07:49
All done. Just pasted details from Amazon but isn't an LED. Thanks for spotting.
anyone find a review for this tv?
non of those are professional reviews to be fair..was lookin for somethin like hdtv test where they state the input lag for gaming.
true 5rivers. I couldnt find a pro review to be honest.
I have the 7404H - Brilliant TV. It's the previous generation to this, so hopefully this TV will be even better! My mates still say it's better than their new 2011 Samsung/LG's and are a little bit jealous...

5 Year warranty just puts this above the DSG deals we often see.
I like Philips products , TV's are a bit different almost idiosyncratic, from the sets from the Far East but only have experience of their top end TV sets (PFL9704) which can produce stunning results; the pixel processor on this TV is a lower garde but for the ££ cant be faulty

Edited By: harrythedog on Feb 19, 2011 13:28
One note I would like make is that you should disable the HD Natural Motion feature (or what ever processing there is on this particular model) to eliminate input lag. I think Philips are very well rated for input lag with the pixel processing off.
no start price given so how would you know if this deal is till live without going to checkout? at the mo its start price is £429.00

EDIT: Apols just seen the box with the deal stated directly. Thought it was the normal Add Voucher Code dealio

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Feb 19, 2011 14:28
0 W Power Consumption when switched offX)
one of the 37inch lcd's reviewed on hdtv test had input lag of 200ms on normal mode and 30ms on game mode...i know its not this tv but pretty poor effort by philips, also black levels are apparently better on samsungs and sonys...what to do :|

Edited By: 5Rivers79 on Feb 19, 2011 16:24
Bought this b4 Xmas following advice from a staff member. Used with ps3 I don't have any issues with Lag on cod black ops etc. Would recommend it.
given an option will it worth paying a bit extra and get a sony?
thought about it but no Freeview HD so no go for me.
thought about it but no Freeview HD so no go for me.

They've got to stop putting Freeview SD decoders in good quality HD TVs, Freeview HD should be the standard now! I am sure a lot of people will buy this sort of TV thinking it will automatically receive HD when it won't without an extra decoder.

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