Philips 42PFL5603D 42" Widescreen 1080p Full HD LCD - Freeview, Low power consumption @ Amazon for £739 - HotUKDeals
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Philips 42PFL5603D 42" Widescreen 1080p Full HD LCD - Freeview, Low power consumption @ Amazon for £739.00

£739.00 @ Amazon
Product Features * Format - 16:9 -- Screen size - 42" (107 cm) * Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) - 176 / 176 * Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) - 176° * A… Read More
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Product Features

* Format - 16:9 -- Screen size - 42" (107 cm)
* Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) - 176 / 176
* Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) - 176°
* Audio Power - 2 X 15 Watts
* Mono/Stereo Sound - Nicam Stereo, Virtual Dolby Digital, BBE

* Pixel Plus HD for better details, depth and clarity
* Full HD LCD display, with a 1920 x 1080p resolution
* 28.9 billion colours for brilliant natural images
* Dynamic contrast 30000:1 for incredible rich black details
* Integrated Digital Tuner for DVB-T reception
* Superb audio enjoyment from unique invisible speakers
* Virtual Dolby Digital for a true life audio experience
* USB for fantastic photo and music playback

Low power consumption from this review:
http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-tvs/philips-42pfl5603d/4505-6482_7-32815331.html

TV was also on Gadget show:
http://gadgetshow.five.tv/jsp/5gsmain.jsp?lnk=401&featureid=789&pageid=1305&show=s8e10§ion=Features
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#1
These babies any good then? Cant seem them being better than the Panny plasma at £600 thats doing the rounds at the moment!?
#2
PAUL7331
These babies any good then? Cant seem them being better than the Panny plasma at £600 thats doing the rounds at the moment!?


Dont think it got such a good review.

http://www.engadgethd.com/2008/06/02/philips-42-inch-1080p-42pfl5603d-lcd-tv-reviewed/
#3
Voted cold, quite expensive for a 42 and the only thing special about it is the energy consumption. You can get a panny for less and their tvs are better
#4
stezo2k
Voted cold, quite expensive for a 42 and the only thing special about it is the energy consumption. You can get a panny for less and their tvs are better


Agreed, cold from me
#5
This deal is rated 110 degrees...and yet the very highly rated 40" 6 series Samsung (LE40A656) with 1080p and 100hz that I posted yesterday for £799 (less 4% quidco) with a free 1080p upscaling dvd player and a 3yr warranty gets a cold vold overall!


Go figure!
#6
As above. The Panasonic @ £600 from Richer Sounds is a much better deal for a 42 incher at the minute. Voted cold.
banned#7
theyiddo
This deal is rated 110 degrees...and yet the very highly rated 40" 6 series Samsung (LE40A656) with 1080p and 100hz that I posted yesterday for £799 (less 4% quidco) with a free 1080p upscaling dvd player and a 3yr warranty gets a cold vold overall!


Go figure!

give it time, sense will prevail
#8
Good luck to anyone who buys Philips LCD's, my first one died just after 2 weeks, the replacement one died after 13 months!
Philips LCD - never again for me!
#9
I have been using one for over 6 years now - PHILIPS LCD... this one is on one of my PC's and is regularly used.. mind you the outter screen is kinda getting pink but what can you expect from over 6 years use.

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