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Philips 75PUS6754 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play + 6 Year Guarantee £1249 @ Richer Sounds
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Philips 75PUS6754 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play + 6 Year Guarantee £1249 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 28th Sep
This the newest 2019 model. Last year's Philips 6000 series Ambilight was highly regarded.
This newer model builds on the excellent Philips Ambilight TV.
This is the gigantic 75 inch model. A whopping £550 off.
The 75 inch TV is the ultimate. 4K UHD, HDR 10+ support and Dolby Vision deliver a crystal-clear picture, frame for frame. Enjoy vivid colours, great contrasts and a superb brightness. Thanks to Dolby Atmos, you will listen to a more realistic sound. The 75 inch television comes with Saphi Smart TV. Get access to many films and series or simply browse the web on your TV screen and download your favourite apps. Entertainment is just one button away.
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Enjoy cinema-sized viewing, with the Ambilight-equipped Philips 75PUS6754.

3-sided Ambilight for picture immersion
Ambilight technology is unique to Philips. It makes the screen appear 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.

Pixel Precise Ultra HD and Micro Dimming for optimised picture
Unique picture processing sets the Philips apart from its rivals. Pixel Precise Ultra HD delivers smoother motion and life-like picture depth. Micro Dimming analyses the picture across thousands of zones and adjusts it accordingly. This maximises the contrast for life-like images and realism.

Get the best from HDR with HDR10+
For the highest quality picture, HDR10+ offers scene-by-scene HDR mastering for the truest, most accurate HDR picture technology to date. With HDR10+ each scene is optimised, meaning the maximum amount of detail is shown – even in the brightest or darkest moments. The 75PUS6754 also supports standard HDR10 and HLG formats. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
As well as supporting HDR10+, the 75PUS6754 is also compatible with Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas around the world. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content.

Smarter TV from SAPHI
Packing the latest SAPHI smart system, powered by a Quad Core processor, this Philips 75” 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, Prime Video, YouTube the BBC iPlayer and more. A built-in web browser lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Crisp and detailed sound
Compatible with Dolby Atmos sound tracks, the 75PUS6754 has the potential to deliver spacious, enveloping sound. Clear Sound improves dialogue, making it easier to hear individual voices.

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.

Fully connected
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 from your new TV.

Scale up movie night and enjoy the thrill of the cinema, at home, with the Philips 75PUS6754.

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apur3228/09/2019 05:48

Not sure about the 5 inch but 6 years warranty is definitely worth it


That's what she said
bbdom28/09/2019 11:02

Bank says yes, wife said no


Marry your bank manager
Another TV with only 3 HDMI sockets... all that space round the back and they ship it with enough connectivity for about 15 years ago.
So, is this huge 75" TV, or is it a normally sized 75" TV.
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My next TV Thank you for sharing @adamderak
Edited by: "apur32" 28th Sep
apur3228/09/2019 05:41

My next TV Thank you for sharing @adamderak


I'm split. The 70inch is cheaper , is this worth the extra 5 inch. Might go see it in person
adamderak28/09/2019 05:47

I'm split. The 70inch is cheaper , is this worth the extra 5 inch. Might …I'm split. The 70inch is cheaper , is this worth the extra 5 inch. Might go see it in person


Not sure about the 5 inch but 6 years warranty is definitely worth it
apur3228/09/2019 05:48

Not sure about the 5 inch but 6 years warranty is definitely worth it


When you spend this much you want that 6 years guarantee
apur3228/09/2019 05:48

Not sure about the 5 inch but 6 years warranty is definitely worth it


That's what she said
So, is this huge 75" TV, or is it a normally sized 75" TV.
The_Hoff28/09/2019 07:53

So, is this huge 75" TV, or is it a normally sized 75" TV.


Cringe
The_Hoff28/09/2019 07:53

So, is this huge 75" TV, or is it a normally sized 75" TV.


Depends if you have a 32" alba TV than Mahoosive
However if you have a 120" short throw laser projector than it's a small 75'
If you have a 50" Polaroid TV than it's Huge.
Do the 2019 6 series come with Android and the P5 processor?

I know the P5 gen2 is only for Philips OLED panels but I'm going off the early 2018 models.

Edit:
"Smarter TV from SAPHI" so no android and no P5 process look like you need to go with the 7 series but still hot!
Edited by: "bally12345" 28th Sep
The_Hoff28/09/2019 07:53

So, is this huge 75" TV, or is it a normally sized 75" TV.


As much as some people may take the micheal, It is a reasonable question, I still have my old LG 50" 720p Plasma in the shed on the wall, Weighs 50KG and is about the same size as todays 75".
Getting on with my question, It comes with the 6 years warranty, But can Phillips still be trusted when quality is concerned, I say this as someone of the older generation when Phillips were the quality brand back in the day, When they were the Samsung and LG of the day, But things seem to have really dropped of over the years, The few things I have had have turned out to be pretty poor quality, To the point that I won't buy anything that is Phillips anymore.
...tempted to get such one for my cinema room, but first need to decide, which one of my kids have to move out to vacate one of their bedrooms
Bank says yes, wife said no
BS_Man28/09/2019 10:14

...tempted to get such one for my cinema room, but first need to decide, …...tempted to get such one for my cinema room, but first need to decide, which one of my kids have to move out to vacate one of their bedrooms


What a terrible thing to suggest, chuck them all out, that way you're not playing favourites 😁
bbdom28/09/2019 11:02

Bank says yes, wife said no


Marry your bank manager
Another TV with only 3 HDMI sockets... all that space round the back and they ship it with enough connectivity for about 15 years ago.
adamderak28/09/2019 08:13

Depends if you have a 32" alba TV than MahoosiveHowever if you have a 120" …Depends if you have a 32" alba TV than MahoosiveHowever if you have a 120" short throw laser projector than it's a small 75'If you have a 50" Polaroid TV than it's Huge.


Or what if you only have a fride-freezer
I'll stick with my £5000 75" Sony thanks
Daves_mate28/09/2019 14:50

Or what if you only have a fride-freezer


That's when you get voted cold
bally1234528/09/2019 08:25

Do the 2019 6 series come with Android and the P5 processor?I know the P5 …Do the 2019 6 series come with Android and the P5 processor?I know the P5 gen2 is only for Philips OLED panels but I'm going off the early 2018 models.Edit:"Smarter TV from SAPHI" so no android and no P5 process look like you need to go with the 7 series but still hot!



...what's disadvantage of SAPHI system, if any, in comparison to Android in a few words, tia?!
Edited by: "BS_Man" 28th Sep
Apart from the obvious ambient lighting, how does this TV compare with the 75" LG 75UK6200PLBTV also at Richer Sounds for £899? richersounds.com/lg-…tml
_Jay_Kay_28/09/2019 16:15

Apart from the obvious ambient lighting, how does this TV compare with the …Apart from the obvious ambient lighting, how does this TV compare with the 75" LG 75UK6200PLBTV also at Richer Sounds for £899? https://www.richersounds.com/lg-75-inch-smart-tv.html


The older version of this TV the 2018 model was very highly regarded for image quality in the midrange sector. This being the improved 2019 model.
The LG is bit old hat being a2018 model and the budget end of the LG series.
See the review of the older version of this TV .
whathifi.com/phi…iew
For this price, not going to be the best spec and picture/sound quality. Read reviews online. I paid a lot more than this for my 65" oled TV. You pay for what you get
Paul_Rigby28/09/2019 17:00

For this price, not going to be the best spec and picture/sound quality. …For this price, not going to be the best spec and picture/sound quality. Read reviews online. I paid a lot more than this for my 65" oled TV. You pay for what you get


Obviously it's not going to match OLED or QLED but read the review above it still produces a decent image , add the 75" size and the ambilight it's pretty neat
Dont they do this size yet with android tv built in?
alexus28/09/2019 17:29

Dont they do this size yet with android tv built in?


Said this many a times but no smart TV is that smart. Amazes me that TVs costing thousands still have a poor smart system.
Yet the little humble Amazon firestick is able to far outperform any TV smart system.
Especially the 4k firestick
If I hadn't bought the 75 inch LG last month (£919), I would have definitely gone for this. Almost regret buying mine now
BS_Man28/09/2019 10:14

...tempted to get such one for my cinema room, but first need to decide, …...tempted to get such one for my cinema room, but first need to decide, which one of my kids have to move out to vacate one of their bedrooms


ask which one wants to clean their room up ...first one to say awwww Daaaaaaad .....Goes.......
Phillips certainly don't make the Panels, could be Turkish or Chinese not certain, it's changed over the yrs.

I would get it personally just remember folks SD picture would look pretty poor and 1080p loses some resolution after say 55 inch
Thanks for posting @adamderak we have added this to the Highlights pages
adamderak28/09/2019 17:34

Said this many a times but no smart TV is that smart. Amazes me that TVs …Said this many a times but no smart TV is that smart. Amazes me that TVs costing thousands still have a poor smart system.Yet the little humble Amazon firestick is able to far outperform any TV smart system.Especially the 4k firestick



Different incentives.

TV manufacturers just want to get this years model out the door, then they lose interest as soon as next years model turns up. They'll update for a while, but eventually the hardware diverges to the point it's more effort than its worth. Customers don't kick up a big fuss as they have a cheap remedy by getting an external solution like the fire stick.

On the other hand the fire sticks core function is to stream video and provide smart features. People would soon stop buying them if they didn't have polished and well supported software. Moreover, Google/Amazon/Apple are all looking to get into your home with these devices so they can eventually tie you into their ecosystem and sell you services.

Further their core business is consumer software of this type, so they are already well placed to develop such devices. They focus on consistent UI/UX and long term support. TV manufacturers just don't have the in house skills to compete. Silicon is cheap, skilled people are not. Too many people forget that and focus on the hardware.
Edited by: "Mentos" 28th Sep
how it compare to q7fn ?
Anyone got any idea about the input lag on this?
TrevorPH28/09/2019 13:17

Another TV with only 3 HDMI sockets... all that space round the back and …Another TV with only 3 HDMI sockets... all that space round the back and they ship it with enough connectivity for about 15 years ago.


Most users at this end of the market will be using an AV RECEIVER with much more connectivity. So you only really need 1 HDMI to the TV.
I purchased the 50" Philips with ambilight for my boys birthday last month. The ambilight is really good.
My wife says size doesn't matter ....... then sniggers
Mrs will still switch every channel to SD
Great deal. But after owning an OLED tv, I couldn’t go back to LED.
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