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Beautiful picture

See incredible detail in everything you watch, with the Philips 65PUS6754/12 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. With over 8 million pixels and four times the resolution of Full HD, you'll enjoy sharp images and improved depth of colour.

And with support for HDR content, you'll see the brightest and darkest shades of colour in the same frame. So, whether it's a dimly lit dialogue scene or a tense battle in the dark of night, you'll always know exactly what's happening on screen.

Bring everything to life

Get a magical light show to accompany everything you watch with Philips Ambilight. With intelligent LEDs around the edges of the TV which cast the colours on your screen onto the wall around it and into the room, your TV will feel bigger and everything you watch will come to life for a truly jaw-dropping experience.

Saphi Smart TV

Can't decide what to watch next? Just hit the smart TV button on your remote and discover a huge choice of edge-of-your-seat blockbusters and dramas on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, BBC iPlayer, and more.

And with Freeview Play, you're able to catch-up with any TV show you may have missed over the past 7 days, whenever you have the time. So, no need to cancel your plans to catch that epic season finale.

Crystal clear audio

A great picture deserves great sound to match. The Philips 65PUS6754/12 TV features Dolby Atmos, placing you at the centre of the action on screen, whether you're playing a console game, streaming a series or watching the latest blockbuster or Blu-Ray.
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This or 65u7b?
My mini review for this exact TV on the below link, if it helps anyone on the fence make a decision:-

hotukdeals.com/dea…141

Great price, heat added!
These cast an annoying glowy light on the wall behind the TV that distracts and detracts from the otherwise fairly reasonable picture. Fortunately you can turn it off in the settings menu.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 27th Sep
Tony_DR27/09/2019 14:02

These cast an annoying glowy light on the wall behind the TV that …These cast an annoying glowy light on the wall behind the TV that distracts and detracts from the otherwise fairly reasonable picture. Fortunately you can turn it off in the settings menu.


hmm, A lot of people are raving that reason to get it is because of that Ambilight.
I'm torn between their 65PUS7304 and Samsung's 65RU8000

I've got Hue Wall lights. If there was anyway of syncing them to any other TV then I'd go for the RU8000 but, probably to not cannibalise the Ambilight, you can only sync with desktop monitors
loofer27/09/2019 14:22

hmm, A lot of people are raving that reason to get it is because of that …hmm, A lot of people are raving that reason to get it is because of that Ambilight.I'm torn between their 65PUS7304 and Samsung's 65RU8000I've got Hue Wall lights. If there was anyway of syncing them to any other TV then I'd go for the RU8000 but, probably to not cannibalise the Ambilight, you can only sync with desktop monitors


There's a new piece of kit coming from Philips which takes the output from any HDMI output and communicates with your lights, but it's a bit pricey!
pocket-lint.com/tv/…box
loofer27/09/2019 14:22

hmm, A lot of people are raving that reason to get it is because of that …hmm, A lot of people are raving that reason to get it is because of that Ambilight.I'm torn between their 65PUS7304 and Samsung's 65RU8000I've got Hue Wall lights. If there was anyway of syncing them to any other TV then I'd go for the RU8000 but, probably to not cannibalise the Ambilight, you can only sync with desktop monitors


Cinemas are dark for a reason. I'm sure some like a glowing TV, but it's not for me.
Crooky27/09/2019 14:30

There's a new piece of kit coming from Philips which takes the output from …There's a new piece of kit coming from Philips which takes the output from any HDMI output and communicates with your lights, but it's a bit pricey!https://www.pocket-lint.com/tv/reviews/philips-hue/149478-philips-hue-play-review-hdmi-sync-box


Thanks, never knew about this. Good but way too much price just to get some lights to dunce and doesn’t really do anything else. Would’ve been nice if they incorporated some sort of smart/set-top box feature or even partnered with shield.

Also the fact it can’t work natively from TV apps such as Netflix is also downer.
Probably the best Midrange TV in my humble opinion
Got richer sounds to price match with their 6 year guarentee.
Tony_DR27/09/2019 14:31

Cinemas are dark for a reason. I'm sure some like a glowing TV, but it's …Cinemas are dark for a reason. I'm sure some like a glowing TV, but it's not for me.


Cinemas halls are unlit because the cinema screens are white? If any lights were on in the hall the picture on the screen would be washed out and far less visible? I think that’s the reason?

However, you’re personal taste for dark rooms is obviously your own

I had an ambilight tv in a hotel room recently and was pleasantly surprised by the effect. But for those who prefer it off, others have stated that there is a menu option for that.
Edited by: "kevinhoque" 27th Sep
kevinhoque27/09/2019 20:54

Cinemas halls are unlit because the cinema screens are white? If any …Cinemas halls are unlit because the cinema screens are white? If any lights were on in the hall the picture on the screen would be washed out and far less visible? I think that’s the reason?However, you’re personal taste for dark rooms is obviously your own I had an ambilight tv in a hotel room recently and was pleasantly surprised by the effect. But for those who prefer it off, others have stated that there is a menu option for that.


Correct. Its not just cinemas though - ambient light reduces the effective contrast range of any display type.

And if I am spending £££ on a TV and want it to look like a big screen then I would either actually buy a larger screen or sit nearer to it or both rather than use a backlight gimic that detracts from the image contrast.

(My current main screen is a 75" high end QLED that I sit about 4 metres from after upgrading from LG OLED.)
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 27th Sep
Tony_DR27/09/2019 21:03

Correct. Its not just cinemas though - ambient light reduces the effective …Correct. Its not just cinemas though - ambient light reduces the effective contrast range of any display type. And if I am spending £££ on a TV and want it to look like a big screen then I would either actually buy a larger screen or sit nearer to it or both rather than use a backlight gimic that detracts from the image contrast.(My current main screen is a 75" high end QLED that I sit about 4 metres from after upgrading from LG OLED.)


I could be wrong, but I think that the purpose of the ambilight is to extend the screen into the room? The reason being that having a small, bright central area in our field of view, which is surrounded by darkness can put a strain on our eyes? After a film at the cinema I definitely need to rub my tired eyes.

Anyway, it sounds like your tv is already large enough, without requiring further extension!
Tony_DR27/09/2019 14:02

These cast an annoying glowy light on the wall behind the TV that …These cast an annoying glowy light on the wall behind the TV that distracts and detracts from the otherwise fairly reasonable picture. Fortunately you can turn it off in the settings menu.


That's the whole point of this tv. If you dont want ambi light I struggle to reason as to why you would buy it?
james.billowes27/09/2019 17:34

Got richer sounds to price match with their 6 year guarentee.


How did you get them to agree a price match? Just tried and they said the warranty wasn’t enough so can’t price match
BlueCreek28/09/2019 11:58

How did you get them to agree a price match? Just tried and they said the …How did you get them to agree a price match? Just tried and they said the warranty wasn’t enough so can’t price match


I just called round different branches till I persuaded them to agree. Then got them to email me a quote and going to store to buy today.
james.billowes28/09/2019 12:12

I just called round different branches till I persuaded them to agree. …I just called round different branches till I persuaded them to agree. Then got them to email me a quote and going to store to buy today.


Which store was it please? I'm trying to get Reading store to prove match but they say Currys dont offer 5 year gaurantee.
kevinhoque28/09/2019 08:29

I could be wrong, but I think that the purpose of the ambilight is to …I could be wrong, but I think that the purpose of the ambilight is to extend the screen into the room? The reason being that having a small, bright central area in our field of view, which is surrounded by darkness can put a strain on our eyes? After a film at the cinema I definitely need to rub my tired eyes. Anyway, it sounds like your tv is already large enough, without requiring further extension!


Yes you are correct. I was only aware of it as a way of making the picture "seem" larger which to me was rather a gimic. However after reading your comment I found:

embedded.com/design/real-time-and-performance/4012996/A-scientific-study-on-the-effects-of-Ambilight-in-flat-panel-displays

Which does improve my view of Ambilight somewhat!

However on reading reviews of this set I saw a number of comments about a slow and laggy user interface and a relatively crappy range of apps for a smart TV. Maybe an owner of this set could comment?

And yes my TVs are an expensive investment that I appreciate not everyone could justify:
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Edited by: "Tony_DR" 28th Sep
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