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Philips 55OLED934 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55” with Freeview HD - £1,699 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Philips 55OLED934 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55” with Freeview HD - £1,699 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 13th Nov 2019

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Reduced from 2100. I got it price match from richer sounds which don't deliver this tv. I think it comes with a wall mount as well which I read from avforums.


Philips 55OLED934 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55” with Freeview HD, Ambilight, & Bowers & Wilkins Integrated Sound Bar Stand, UHD Premium Certified, Silver


Philips OLED+ 934 TV blends a stunning 4K OLED screen, an integrated sound bar from audio experts Bowers & Wilkins, and Ambilight tech which emits matching light around the screen. With a picture boosted by HDR, powered by the Pro Picture Perfect Engine, the result is a mesmerising watch that Philips call OLED+. The Android platform opens up a wealth of online content, and you can control it by voice with the Google Assistant.

4K OLED Screen
Unlike regular LED screens, the Organic LED display doesn't have a backlight, meaning that each pixel is self-illuminating. Every speck of light controls its own luminescence for true depth and colour gradation. With 8 million of these pixels, this 4K OLED produces impeccably deep blacks, whiter whites, and scintillating colours. And all within a blur-free image that looks just as stunning from any angle.

HDR with HDR 10+ & Dolby Vision
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. This Philips TV supports multiple HDR formats including HDR10+ and Dolby Vision.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 55” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Features:

OLED+: The combination of an OLED 4K screen, the P5 Picture Engine, Bowers & Wilkins sound, and Ambilight technology delivers Philips’ thrillingly immersive OLED+ experience.

Bowers & Wilkins Sound: Engineered by the audio expertise of Bowers & Wilkins, this TV’s exclusive speaker design ensures brilliantly realistic audio of amazing range, deep bass, and pristine detail, even at low volume.

Ambilight: Philips’s unique Ambilight technology makes your viewing more immersive, by casting on-screen colours onto the wall and into the room. Intelligent LEDs around the TV’s edge extend light beyond the screen, adding ambience and colour that matches what you’re watching.

P5 Pro Perfect Picture Engine: Philips' picture engine with new generation Picture Quality Processor optimises everything you watch with state-of-the-art algorithm technology. It delivers stunningly lifelike depth and detail with the truest of blacks, vibrant colours, and most-realistic natural skin tones.

Dolby Atmos sound: Hear spacious sound with clarity, depth and detail thanks to three-dimensional Dolby Atmos audio.

Super-Smart Android Platform
Developed by Google, you'll be able to enjoy seamless entertainment, intelligent search and the latest apps from the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube and BBC iPlayer. With the Google Play store and Philips app gallery, you can go beyond traditional TV, with a wealth of films, TV, apps and games, and they can be stored on 16GB of internal memory.* Please note: ITV Hub, All 4 and My 5 (catch-up services for ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5) are not built-in to this TV but are available via Google Chromecast.

Google Assistant built in
With the Google Assistant built in, you can control the TV and find content and apps, all with just your voice. And command your compatible smart home devices ...from the comfort of the sofa.

Freeview HD
Get a huge variety of channel options - without any additional boxes or connections – with Freeview HD. The platform is a free-to-air digital service that comes already built into your TV. With free access to over 50 standard definition TV channels and 15 HD channels (including ITV HD, BBC One HD, BBC Two HD and 4 HD), there's no shortage of things to watch.

Integrated Sound Bar Design
The OLED panel is remarkably thin, edged by a super-slim bezel. Completed by the Bowers & Wilkins sound bar integrated into the stand, this TV cuts a profile as elegant as its picture and sound.
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23 Comments
£1699 for a 55"? Ouch !!!!
hatot13/11/2019 19:22

£1699 for a 55"? Ouch !!!!


It also has an integrated Bowers and Wilkins sound bar
aaron211213/11/2019 19:27

It also has an integrated Bowers and Wilkins sound bar


I think most people would rather pay around £1100 for a 55" OLED and buy a sound bar or surround sound separate.
I think we'll see a 55" OLED hit £1000 come black Friday
Toon_army13/11/2019 19:39

I think most people would rather pay around £1100 for a 55" OLED and buy a …I think most people would rather pay around £1100 for a 55" OLED and buy a sound bar or surround sound separate. I think we'll see a 55" OLED hit £1000 come black Friday


This tv only came out in October. New oled tvs are 2000 plus
aaron211213/11/2019 19:46

This tv only came out in October. New oled tvs are 2000 plus


For that price, it better have another OLED attached to it 😁
Way too much for a Philips TV. That could buy you a very decent Samsung or Sony 65" LED TV.
Icewhite13/11/2019 19:53

Way too much for a Philips TV. That could buy you a very decent Samsung or …Way too much for a Philips TV. That could buy you a very decent Samsung or Sony 65" LED TV.


And what did they retail at when they first arrived on the market
Not a bad price. Priced less than 55” E9. I would guess it has better sound too!
They have an LG 55" oled for £1299, so this isn't too hot.
daydreamer0113/11/2019 20:11

They have an LG 55" oled for £1299, so this isn't too hot.


Compare it to the LG E9 like ecclesmj said. There is a reason the LG B9 is cheaper than the C9 and the c9 is cheaper than the E9
Voted hot as some of the comments in this thread are laughable. This is a decent price at the moment for a very good oled, I have seen a few people on av forums speak very highly of it. Apparently the SD upscaling is unbelievable.
Toon_army13/11/2019 19:39

I think most people would rather pay around £1100 for a 55" OLED and buy a …I think most people would rather pay around £1100 for a 55" OLED and buy a sound bar or surround sound separate. I think we'll see a 55" OLED hit £1000 come black Friday


You can pick up a 55” OLED for less then £1000 today.

However if you think this tv will drop anywhere close to that come Black Friday - not a chance.
PennyTrader13/11/2019 20:45

You can pick up a 55” OLED for less then £1000 today.However if you think t …You can pick up a 55” OLED for less then £1000 today.However if you think this tv will drop anywhere close to that come Black Friday - not a chance.


No no I didn't mean this one, I was just meaning in general. £1000 people seem to be more than happy at that price for a 55" OLED.
I'm hoping on a good priced 65" if not I'll happily have a cheaper QLED
colsey8513/11/2019 20:31

Voted hot as some of the comments in this thread are laughable. This is a …Voted hot as some of the comments in this thread are laughable. This is a decent price at the moment for a very good oled, I have seen a few people on av forums speak very highly of it. Apparently the SD upscaling is unbelievable.


Agreed mate. Comparing this to budget models is laughable. Would love to hear more on the B&O soundbar. Might actually be a steal. Comparing this with the E9 which is currently £1800 is more realistic.... I imagine there is only one winner in the sound category, which is where both sets look to improve on other models after all.
colsey8513/11/2019 20:31

Voted hot as some of the comments in this thread are laughable. This is a …Voted hot as some of the comments in this thread are laughable. This is a decent price at the moment for a very good oled, I have seen a few people on av forums speak very highly of it. Apparently the SD upscaling is unbelievable.


You talk a load of nonsense. Also the forums say this TV is a disappointment and one guy even sent it back for a refund due to very poor hdr amongst other problems.
daydreamer0113/11/2019 23:20

You talk a load of nonsense. Also the forums say this TV is a …You talk a load of nonsense. Also the forums say this TV is a disappointment and one guy even sent it back for a refund due to very poor hdr amongst other problems.


All I have seen is excellent reviews for the 804/854 (which I assume is the same screen without the soundbar)

Trusted reviews give it a 5/5 and mention the excellent upscaling: trustedreviews.com/reviews/philips-55oled804

Avforums give it an 8/10 recommended and a 10/10 for SD picture quality again mentioning excellent upscaling: avforums.com/reviews/philips-854-4k-oled-review.16663

Vincent from hdtvtest also gives it his highly recommend award:


Also seen a few users post up saying how good the upscaling is, so please let me know which part of what I said is nonsense.
Edited by: "colsey85" 14th Nov 2019
Anyone know the differences between the 804 and this? Is it just the Bowers and Wilkins sound?
Connor_Matthews14/11/2019 10:12

Anyone know the differences between the 804 and this? Is it just the …Anyone know the differences between the 804 and this? Is it just the Bowers and Wilkins sound?


Yeah just the sound bar
aaron211214/11/2019 11:19

Yeah just the sound bar


Thanks. Think I’ll hold out to see if the 804 gets reduced in Black Friday
How much is this in Costco any members here ? thanks
I don’t think Costco stock it mate
Connor_Matthews14/11/2019 12:32

Thanks. Think I’ll hold out to see if the 804 gets reduced in Black Friday


Remeber this is a dolby atmos sound bar which means it has upward firing speakers. To buy one separately would probably work out more expensive
Icewhite13/11/2019 19:53

Way too much for a Philips TV. That could buy you a very decent Samsung or …Way too much for a Philips TV. That could buy you a very decent Samsung or Sony 65" LED TV.


Philips P5 processor is the best out of all the tv’s on the market. All you need to do is read any tech website to find that out. Philips tv’s are widely seen as the best for image quality far better than Samsung which still try and push LED tv’s marketed as QLED. For £1600 this will most likely beat most £2000 tv’s from other manufacturers image quality! Good deal!!!
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