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Philips 56PFL9954H WIFI NET 21:9 LCD TV With 5 Year Guarantee (Opened Box) In Superfi Or (Brand New) Without Extended Guarantee £999.95 In Richer Sounds

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Awesome TV! Grab a Bargain! RRP: £3,999.95 INTERNET OFFER: £999.95 Save: £3,000.00!!! Specifications & Features Picture/Display 56 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch) 142 cm Visible… Read More
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Awesome TV!

Grab a Bargain!
RRP: £3,999.95
INTERNET OFFER: £999.95
Save: £3,000.00!!!


Specifications & Features
Picture/Display
56 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
142 cm Visible Diagonal Screen Size
21:9 Aspect Ratio
80.000:1 Contrast Ratio
176 Degree Viewing Angle
Progressive Scan
2560x1080p Panel Resolution (Pixels)
1 (ms) Screen Response Rate
1080p resolution
3d combfilter
2250 trillion colours processing
200Hz
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD Ready
Ambilight
Perfect Natural Motion
Perfect Pixel HD
Convenience
Digital TV Ready
Freeview
Parental Lock/Parental Control
Teletext
1200 Page Teletext Memory
On/Off Timer
Sleep Timer
Clock
EPG (Guide Plus+)
Sound & Power Output
Virtual Dolby™ Surround
BBE Sound
4x 15 W Front Speaker Output
2x W Subwoofer Speaker Output
Connections
4 x HDMI Connection/s
1 x S-Video Connection/s
1 x Component Video Connection/s
1 x Co-axial Digital Connection/s
1 x Headphone Socket
1 x USB 2.0 Connection/s
2 x RGB Scart Connection/s
1 x PC D-Sub Connection/s
Power,Weight & Dimensions
400 x 400 Vesa Universal Wall Bracket Fitting
31.9 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
50 Kg Weight Inc Packaging (Approx)
1418 x 691 x 105 mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
5 °C to 35 °C Ambient Temperature
281 W Power Consumption
0.15 W Standby Power Consumption
AC 220 - 240 V +/- 10% Power Supply


Product Information and Review Of the Philips 21:9 Full HD 56PFL9954H (56PFL9554) 52inch LCD Television:

Be prepared to have your socks blown off with the new Philips 56PFL9954H. This superb 56” Full 1080p HD Ready LCD, has some outstanding features, including an amazing 21:9 aspect ratio and Ambilight spectra 3 which adds to the immense viewing experience. Watch films the way your suppose to with the 21:9 (2.39:1) movie format. The Cinema 21:9 TV perfectly matches the original movie format used by directors, so you get no black bars or picture loss, but movies the way the director intended them to be seen. Bring the magic of the cinema home, in the authentic 21:9 movie format. Enjoy 16:9 and gaming content with the full power of the 21:9 screen. Cinema 21:9 uses a highly advanced formatting technology to perfectly fit other formats to the screen without distortion. Enjoy the action in the comfort of your own home! This LCD performance brilliantly weather your watching high-definition Blu-ray movies, or HDTV or playing games on the spectacular 56inch ultra-wide television screen.
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#1
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£999.95
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£1099.94 With 5 Year Guarantee

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7 Likes #2
needs to be MUCH higher up the wall for better chavtastic effect
#3
How much content is available in 21:9 at this time? Are standard dvd/bluray players capable of displaying it?
If the answer is very little/few then I'd imagine this will be ancient by the time it becomes a 'standard' if indeed it ever does.
7 Likes #4
^ somebody wishes they could afford it ^
#5
I want one :)
#6
RyanC
I want one :)


me too 8)
2 Likes #7
How much for the B&W version?
#8
It crops the image slightly on blurays and has issues displaying subtitles on films without distortion.
As a geniune curiosity, I'd be tempted - but I can't justify buying a television that will only really work with one type of image: LETTERBOX FILMS WITHOUT SUBTITLES.

Everything else that you will run through this TV will be chopped and scaled to display on it's non-standard format.

It's a hot price - but unfortunately I don't see it becoming standard dimensions for broadcast and film in the near future - which is a shame because I really get hacked off with letterbox format. 16:9
#9
mamboboy
THRILLER-DEEJAY
^ somebody wishes they could afford it ^


No, he's right... can you imagine watching TV stretched out on that thing?


I can not imagine... (_;). I still want it!!! yeah!
#10
G0OSE
How much content is available in 21:9 at this time? Are standard dvd/bluray players capable of displaying it?
If the answer is very little/few then I'd imagine this will be ancient by the time it becomes a 'standard' if indeed it ever does.


Just about every movie made

It is designed to show films recorded in CinemaScope or the modern anamorphic format of 2.37:1.


Hardly anything apart from cheap movies and TV shows are in 16:9
banned 8 Likes #11
great price just bought one for the downstairs loo
#13
Does it come with free popcorn?
4 Likes #14
scrumpypaul
needs to be MUCH higher up the wall for better chavtastic effect


What?....

Some people are **** idiots.
#15
I own the tv and all you need is the tv set on pc mode and superzoom on for sky or xbox but for films depending if the black bars sppear switch to 21:9

Also you dont get a stand with this cos £100 but comes with free wallmount

Best tv ever any questions ask me

Btw net tv over wifi is pants

Once you go 21:9 you will never go back
7 Likes #16
scrumpypaul
needs to be MUCH higher up the wall for better chavtastic effect
What an odd thing to say
#17
Must admit that I wouldn't buy this format simply because I don't watch a lot of films on DVD or Blu Ray, but voted hot as it's obviously a good price for what it is.
#18
I want one where the sides move in and out like at the cinema. Pick your aspect ratio.
2 Likes #20
Phill_1981
scrumpypaul
needs to be MUCH higher up the wall for better chavtastic effect
What an odd thing to say
He just wishes he could afford one ....
#21
Saw this in an M and S showroom about a year ago and again in Selfridges near Xmas. I agree the TV viewing would take a little getting used to but once you have seen the picture in full Blu ray splendour, its nothing short of amazing. M and S had it set up appallingly, idiots.
#23
waw, I saw this shown off in CES ages ago... it was priced ridiculously... 21:9 is clearly for movies only... you could get imaged cropped for some of em but it would be awesome otherwise... Personally, I don't think its a good investment... I think you would normally have a TV for movies and another for your cable... I'd rather get a 60" plasma!
#24
do they both sell the stands?
#25
Adidas Addict
Hardly anything apart from cheap movies and TV shows are in 16:9


Yeah good point Avatar was cheap as chips at $500,000,000.

On a serious note these TVs could have been great when paired up with an HTPC outputting at the native res of 2560 x 1080 but unfortunately they do not accept a 2560 x 1080 input. They only do 1920 x 1080 and then upscale / stretch. A real shame.
#26
Great price/find. Ugly TV though, I hope these aren't the future. As mentioned the only use would be for those anoying Letterbox formats.
#27
leedale30
do they both sell the stands?


Richer sounds sell them for £100
#28
I want one!
#29
Was this the tv they had on the gadget show playing Dirt 2 Pikes Peak hillclimb looked awesome if it was !!

Review here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91AMCqMjJEI

Edited By: bobbybuilder on Feb 20, 2011 17:22: ,
#30
Bargain I suppose for the price but reading other comments and reviews I'll voter neutral
1 Like #31
Complete and utter filth. Have some heat.
1 Like #32
iaTa
Adidas Addict
Hardly anything apart from cheap movies and TV shows are in 16:9


Yeah good point Avatar was cheap as chips at $500,000,000.

On a serious note these TVs could have been great when paired up with an HTPC outputting at the native res of 2560 x 1080 but unfortunately they do not accept a 2560 x 1080 input. They only do 1920 x 1080 and then upscale / stretch. A real shame.


Avatar wasnt shot in 16:9! Oh and with limited knowledge you can create just about any custom resolution provided neither the vertical or horizontal are beyond the capability of your video hardware
#33
Great for a standalone Home Cinema room which most of us aint got , but supposedly pants as a normal TV.

Neutral
#34
Don't forget the price doesn't include the table top stand which is another £100, so really it's £1200 to include the stand and g'tee. Most new telly's are including Freeview HD which this doesn't.. Must admit it looks great in the shop, but probably best resisted.
4 Likes #35
hmmmm 3 of these for eyefinity? should I resist?
#36
this deal has been going a while, I got mine a few weeks back AMAZING TV
1 Like #37
THRILLER-DEEJAY
Phill_1981
scrumpypaul
needs to be MUCH higher up the wall for better chavtastic effect
What an odd thing to say
He just wishes he could afford one ....


I don't think he's commenting on the tv, more the odd effect of some people mounting their TV's so high you have to sit looking up at around 45deg. Mainly so that neighbours can see itthrough the window. If not, then yes - strange comment :-)
#38
The reason I didn't buy one the last time they were on offer (was a little less than this too I think).
#39
marteee
Avatar wasnt shot in 16:9! Oh and with limited knowledge you can create just about any custom resolution provided neither the vertical or horizontal are beyond the capability of your video hardware


Sorry you're wrong on both accounts. Avatar was shot in 1.78:1 (16:9).

The TV does not accept any resolutions above 1920 x 1080. You can do what you like with your video source but if your display device does not accept the signal it's not going to work, ever.
#40
iaTa
marteee
Avatar wasnt shot in 16:9! Oh and with limited knowledge you can create just about any custom resolution provided neither the vertical or horizontal are beyond the capability of your video hardware


Sorry you're wrong on both accounts. Avatar was shot in 1.78:1 (16:9).

The TV does not accept any resolutions above 1920 x 1080. You can do what you like with your video source but if your display device does not accept the signal it's not going to work, ever.


am watching avatar as i read this thread and noticed that it filled the screen!! why did they shoot it 16:9 do u know?

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