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Philips Ambilight 65PUS6703 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play £669 with code @ Richer Sounds  (6 years guarantee included)
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Philips Ambilight 65PUS6703 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play £669 with code @ Richer Sounds (6 years guarantee included)

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Posted 2nd May
Have posted this TV for £650 from Argos.
By using code TV30 you will pay £669. Just £19 more but with the benefit of 6 years guarantee.
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A big screen made even more immersive by Ambilight. The Philips 65PUS6703 is a shows the bigger picture.

Ambilight 3-sided

You’ve created a home that’s more than just a house, so why not choose a TV that is warm and inviting too? Philips unique Ambilight technology makes your screen much wider—and your viewing experience more immersive—by emitting an extra wide glow from three-sides of your TV screen onto the surrounding wall. Colour, vibrancy and excitement move beyond the screen and into your living room to bring you a viewing experience beyond the ordinary.

Micro Dimming for optimised picture
Powerful software analyses the picture in no fewer than 6400 different zones and adjusts it accordingly. This maximises the contrast for life-like images and realism.

HDR Plus with HDR10 and HLG
This Philips 65 inch TV is compatible with next generation HDR Plus. HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast. HDR10 and HLG formats are both covered. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

SAPHI – the smarter TV
Packing the latest SAPHI smart system, powered by a Quad Core processor, this Philips 65” TV is a slick performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, YouTube the BBC iPlayer and more. A built-in web browser lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

Full connectivity
Three HDMI sockets make it easy to connect a Blu-ray player, games console and TV set-top box. All sockets are HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with UHD Blu-ray players and most 4K HDR streaming services. Other connections include twin USB sockets, featuring recording to a compatible USB device. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base plus headphone sockets and you've everything you need in a TV.

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Smoking hot find
Phoned them up today and managed to get it down to £665 with the 6 year warranty ....great price at £669 tho...and that 6 year guarantee is ace.....just like Richersounds
Nice one Adam.😻
Nice one. Every company make some step on front: Philips has ambilight, Lg and Panasonic have oled and dolby vision. Only Samsung change names of product and sell same old overpriced tvs.
Yes I know these are the usual comments, but how is motion, HDR brightness and is it 8 or 10k panel?

Genuine questions as I'm seriously interested
is this better than the 6573
Pricklerickle02/05/2019 18:46

is this better than the 6573



Same screen. The 6753 has bluetooth connectivity and one of the ports is HDMI 2.0 rather than 1.4 and a different style stand. Hardly any difference between the two.
Is this android
I just can't believe that this set won't just have light bleed in every corner / edge
matengawhat23 m ago

I just can't believe that this set won't just have light bleed in every …I just can't believe that this set won't just have light bleed in every corner / edge


Can anyone confirm if this is true? (who has the TV)
I have this TV and no issues with light bleeding
Edited by: "MikeyHenry" 2nd May
Would not buy a Philips. It is the equivalent of a Bush since they sold their tv division.
smellyonion03/05/2019 05:48

Would not buy a Philips. It is the equivalent of a Bush since they sold …Would not buy a Philips. It is the equivalent of a Bush since they sold their tv division.


Hmmm they actually make amongst the best Tvs. Very much a revived brand.
adamderak2 h, 41 m ago

Hmmm they actually make amongst the best Tvs. Very much a revived brand.


That's not really true, their oled TVs have had good reviews and look nice the others are budget sets at best

Not knocking them as I own a Philips tv but it's a budget set, looks cheap, feels cheap, remotes cheap, no proper catch up services, tuner/sd up scaling is pants however plug a decent 1080p/4k feed in to and it looks pretty good for what it is a budget set
Edited by: "matengawhat" 3rd May
This is £649 in argos dudes
Swf77MiUk03/05/2019 12:18

This is £649 in argos dudes


Op mentioned that in post but this is with 6 year warranty think argos is 12 months so better deal for extra £20
matengawhat03/05/2019 13:21

Op mentioned that in post but this is with 6 year warranty think argos is …Op mentioned that in post but this is with 6 year warranty think argos is 12 months so better deal for extra £20



24 months
If the TV lasts a year it will last 7. Very few brake. Iif they did ritcher wouldn't offer 6 years. There lose money
Edited by: "Swf77MiUk" 3rd May
Swf77MiUk03/05/2019 13:28

24 months If the TV lasts a year it will last 7. Very few brake. Iif they …24 months If the TV lasts a year it will last 7. Very few brake. Iif they did ritcher wouldn't offer 6 years. There lose money


Keep liking your own comments, ha

Well you make your call £20 for an extra 4 years guarantee, if its not for you buy from argos who have just about the worst customer service ever.

Never had to deal with rs cs so can't comment but jl, amazon and Peter tysons all fantastic, jl replaced 3 sets no question for light bleed/clouding although they strongly suggested I change model the last time
Edited by: "matengawhat" 3rd May
Swf77MiUk2 h, 25 m ago

This is £649 in argos dudes


Yes I posted that deal but for £19 more you get 6 years guarantee with this deal.
matengawhat3 h, 4 m ago

Keep liking your own comments, haWell you make your call £20 for an extra …Keep liking your own comments, haWell you make your call £20 for an extra 4 years guarantee, if its not for you buy from argos who have just about the worst customer service ever. Never had to deal with rs cs so can't comment but jl, amazon and Peter tysons all fantastic, jl replaced 3 sets no question for light bleed/clouding although they strongly suggested I change model the last time


Wows you really edited it arfter looking who liked my post. Wows amazin
The 50" is VA which is better overall than IPS which features in the larger 55" and 65" models.

I have spent time reading articles on VA vs IPS and VA just looks much better IMO. Colours pop more, Blacks/shadows are blacker and more defined than IPS!

IPS has better viewing angles and better refresh rate it seems!

Surely for films/games you want colours that pop and darker blacks? Yes at a cost to input lag which will be higher than an IPS but overall everything just generally looks better!

Who agrees?

If the toss up was between the 50" VA model and the 55" IPS model which one would you go for?
pauledwardking104/05/2019 01:37

The 50" is VA which is better overall than IPS which features in the …The 50" is VA which is better overall than IPS which features in the larger 55" and 65" models. I have spent time reading articles on VA vs IPS and VA just looks much better IMO. Colours pop more, Blacks/shadows are blacker and more defined than IPS! IPS has better viewing angles and better refresh rate it seems! Surely for films/games you want colours that pop and darker blacks? Yes at a cost to input lag which will be higher than an IPS but overall everything just generally looks better! Who agrees? If the toss up was between the 50" VA model and the 55" IPS model which one would you go for?


It’s the other way around, VA panels have worse viewing angles but generally better refresh rate at the lower budget end of TVs.. IPS displays are known for better colour production.

do you have a link to the reviews? Would be interested to see.
joedb48 m ago

It’s the other way around, VA panels have worse viewing angles but g …It’s the other way around, VA panels have worse viewing angles but generally better refresh rate at the lower budget end of TVs.. IPS displays are known for better colour production.do you have a link to the reviews? Would be interested to see.


Go to this link, it’s not a review but comparison between IPS and VA, it shows comparison pictures too your4ktvguide.com/ips-vs-va-panels/

That sites opinion was VA because of better colour, black and contrast levels. IPS won a few battles, Refresh and Viewing Angles. Overall IPS narrowely got highest points in comparison but NOT for the really important things that many people look for from a TV.

For films in particular you wouldn’t want white screen effects and dull blacks, you want colours that pop and darker more lifelike blacks and shadows. If you look at the link compare the pics, VA nails the more lifelike colours, Blacks, shadows and contrast. When it comes to games performance (IPS) is favoured over quality (VA)

However for me I prefer Quality over performance, I mainly game and watch films but colour that pops and is more lifelike, darker blacks/shadows with no white haze on screen and better contrast overall has to better than a small difference in input lag and reduced viewing angles... Maybe in a big room with family watching TV say at more than a 20 degree angle then IPS would be better.

Guess this is down to opinions really, Some people may prefer the plus points that IPS has over VA and vice versa.

Having seen the comparisons via online article (shared the link above) I much preferred how the VA picture looked compared to the IPS which looked washed out with white bleed on screen...
Edited by: "pauledwardking1" 4th May
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