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Philips 58PUS7304/12 2019 7000 series 58" Ambilight 4K HDR TV 5 years guarantee £635.98 delivered @ Costco
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Philips 58PUS7304/12 2019 7000 series 58" Ambilight 4K HDR TV 5 years guarantee £635.98 delivered @ Costco

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A brilliant mid range TV from the Philips Ambilight series.
This is the 7000 series , not to be confused with the 6000 series.
With its powerful P5 processor .
Features
- 4K UHD, with HDR, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision
- Freeview HD / Freesat
- P5 Perfect Picture Engine
- 5 Year Warranty Included
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Technical Specifications

  • Ambilight
    Ambilight Version 3 sided
    Ambilight Features
    • Built-in Ambilight+hue
    • Ambilight Music
    • Game Mode
    • Wall colour adaptive
    • Lounge mode
  • Picture/Display
    Display 4K Ultra HD LED
    Diagonal screen size (inch) 58 inch
    Diagonal screen size (metric) 146 cm
    Panel resolution 3840 x 2160
    Aspect ratio 16:9
    Pixel engine P5 Perfect Picture Engine
    Picture enhancement
    • Ultra Resolution
    • Micro Dimming Pro
    • 1700 PPI
    • HDR10+
    Diagonal screen size (inch) 58 inch
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dioxyde018/10/2019 03:54

ask yo wife


She doesn’t know nothing about TVs that’s why I’m here
drewbles8218/10/2019 00:10

yeah looked it up again, still be a few years yet, wonder how much one …yeah looked it up again, still be a few years yet, wonder how much one tile would cost.


Prob thousands to begin with, but after a couple of years ALDI will have them
deebrad18/10/2019 00:22

Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? …Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? Looking specifically at Ambilight 55-65 inch....


Best wait around 3 years, the price will drop even more.
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Good spot @adamderak great price for 58" 7000 series tv.
I remember seeing a TV at CES a while back, it was one you can expand, each piece was like a tile so you can start off with one, then when you can afford more,slot another piece in and make it as big as you want. Have that annoying child that breaks a part of the screen, you only need to replace the piece that is damaged. Got a friend round for some free for all action but don't want screen cheating, split the screen in two.
Great tv & size for the price !!!!
drewbles8217/10/2019 23:40

I remember seeing a TV at CES a while back, it was one you can expand, …I remember seeing a TV at CES a while back, it was one you can expand, each piece was like a tile so you can start off with one, then when you can afford more,slot another piece in and make it as big as you want. Have that annoying child that breaks a part of the screen, you only need to replace the piece that is damaged. Got a friend round for some free for all action but don't want screen cheating, split the screen in two.


Micro LED, Samsung demo'd this last year, the problem is getting LED's down to pixel size, but they are getting there, it will be like all the pros of Plasma, OLED and LCD and none of the negatives and like you say very modular...

youtube.com/wat…RZo
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 17th Oct 2019
MrSprkle17/10/2019 23:48

Micro LED, Samsung demo'd this last year, the problem is getting LED's …Micro LED, Samsung demo'd this last year, the problem is getting LED's down to pixel size, but they are getting there, it will be like all the pros of Plasma, OLED and LCD and none of the negatives and like you say very modular...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkLIBCq5RZo


yeah looked it up again, still be a few years yet, wonder how much one tile would cost.
drewbles8218/10/2019 00:10

yeah looked it up again, still be a few years yet, wonder how much one …yeah looked it up again, still be a few years yet, wonder how much one tile would cost.


Prob thousands to begin with, but after a couple of years ALDI will have them
Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? Looking specifically at Ambilight 55-65 inch....
Is vat added to the price?
MrSprkle17/10/2019 23:48

Micro LED, Samsung demo'd this last year, the problem is getting LED's …Micro LED, Samsung demo'd this last year, the problem is getting LED's down to pixel size, but they are getting there, it will be like all the pros of Plasma, OLED and LCD and none of the negatives and like you say very modular...


MicroLED aint happening for decades, why do you think Samsung have just changed direction a dumped billions into an OLED panel factory
It was only 509£ on Amazon deal last week

This is way more expensive.
BigStart18/10/2019 02:35

It was only 509£ on Amazon deal last week This is way more expensive.



the amazon one was 55" and has 2 years philips warranty
dioxyde018/10/2019 03:12

the amazon one was 55" and has 2 years philips warranty


Extra 130 for 3 inches ?
dioxyde018/10/2019 03:54

ask yo wife


She doesn’t know nothing about TVs that’s why I’m here
BigStart18/10/2019 03:42

Extra 130 for 3 inches ?


Ooh matron...
Plus an extra 3 years warranty.
I can't believe there's never a 4 sided option
powerbrick18/10/2019 01:35

MicroLED aint happening for decades, why do you think Samsung have just …MicroLED aint happening for decades, why do you think Samsung have just changed direction a dumped billions into an OLED panel factory


Yeah its a long way off but 'decades'? its about 10 years away from being where OLED is now.. I remember when Sony launched the XEL-1 that was a 11" OLED panel and it was 10 years ago, and if moores law still applies in 10 years then it might be sooner.

Since then both Samsung & Sony have invested Billions and given up on OLED production for LG to take over and produce 99% of the panels, Samsung wants a piece of the OLED Production again as its clear that Liquid Crystal tech has reached its limits.
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 18th Oct 2019
MrSprkle18/10/2019 05:28

Yeah its a long way off but 'decades'? its about 10 years away from being …Yeah its a long way off but 'decades'? its about 10 years away from being where OLED is now.. I remember when Sony launched the XEL-1 that was a 11" OLED panel and it was 10 years ago, and if moores law still applies in 10 years then it might be sooner. Since then both Samsung & Sony have invested Billions and given up on OLED production for LG to take over and produce 99% of the panels, Samsung wants a piece of the OLED Production again as its clear that Liquid Crystal tech has reached its limits.


Will be interesting as I'm sure LG will have patents on all the current large scale OLED fabrication methods and they dont exactly play nice with Samsung.
deebrad18/10/2019 00:22

Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? …Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? Looking specifically at Ambilight 55-65 inch....


Best wait around 3 years, the price will drop even more.
A good deal, va panel in this, services are good, I had the 55 but returned due to ips panel. Went for the Panasonic gx800 instead but would buy this if I hadn't
BigStart18/10/2019 03:55

She doesn’t know nothing about TVs that’s why I’m here


Who needs tv when we have smart glasses, vrs and phones.
MrSprkle18/10/2019 05:28

Yeah its a long way off but 'decades'? its about 10 years away from being …Yeah its a long way off but 'decades'? its about 10 years away from being where OLED is now.. I remember when Sony launched the XEL-1 that was a 11" OLED panel and it was 10 years ago, and if moores law still applies in 10 years then it might be sooner. Since then both Samsung & Sony have invested Billions and given up on OLED production for LG to take over and produce 99% of the panels, Samsung wants a piece of the OLED Production again as its clear that Liquid Crystal tech has reached its limits.


Mini LED has been launched by TCL and it's a compromise between LCD and micro LED

There are 25000 mini LEDs that produce the backlight which is far higher than the zones in FALD, backlighting therefore resembles the picture, so far less blooming, better blacks, colours and contrast
cnet.com/new…ts/
gg1pl18/10/2019 07:52

Mini LED has been launched by TCL and it's a compromise between LCD and …Mini LED has been launched by TCL and it's a compromise between LCD and micro LEDThere are 25000 mini LEDs that produce the backlight which is far higher than the zones in FALD, backlighting therefore resembles the picture, so far less blooming, better blacks, colours and contrasthttps://www.cnet.com/news/mini-led-is-here-how-smaller-lights-could-lead-to-big-tv-improvements/


That's very different to microled this is simply a new back lighting system which is great for LCD but OLED not so much
deebrad18/10/2019 00:22

Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? …Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? Looking specifically at Ambilight 55-65 inch....


Pick it up but it’s heavy - with one hand or both ?
deebrad18/10/2019 00:22

Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? …Worth picking this up now? Or am I better off waiting for Black Friday? Looking specifically at Ambilight 55-65 inch....


I can ask my Magic 8 Ball for you?
drewbles8217/10/2019 23:40

I remember seeing a TV at CES a while back, it was one you can expand, …I remember seeing a TV at CES a while back, it was one you can expand, each piece was like a tile so you can start off with one, then when you can afford more,slot another piece in and make it as big as you want. Have that annoying child that breaks a part of the screen, you only need to replace the piece that is damaged. Got a friend round for some free for all action but don't want screen cheating, split the screen in two.


Was this a dream?
I might be asking a really stupid question here, but what the response time (ms) like on this tv? I'm currently looking for a decent tv to play games on, so 5ms or less is probably decent enough. But I really struggle to find these details anywhere!

Am I missing something?
Edited by: "darkchickenex1" 18th Oct 2019
...is there 65" or bigger model with P5 processor?
What is Ambilight Music??
slo_moshun18/10/2019 08:55

What is Ambilight Music??


Think the lights are in sync with the music.
A quick Google of the model number brings up lots of German & French sites. Was hoping to find a UK review as tempted.
This *seems* perfect... Can somebody give it a trademark HUKD slating and stop me from pulling the trigger on this one?
This or the Sony KD55XF9005?
adam.beaumont18/10/2019 09:52

This or the Sony KD55XF9005?


The Sony will probably be better as it’s a FALD display.
adamey1918/10/2019 07:26

Who needs tv when we have smart glasses, vrs and phones.


People that want to watch tv
MikeyHenry18/10/2019 04:43

I can't believe there's never a 4 sided option


There is, but it's not cheap:

philips.co.uk/c-p…ded

A cheaper option is to get a Hue light strip and stick that to the bottom.
adam.beaumont18/10/2019 09:52

This or the Sony KD55XF9005?


The sony overall is a much better TV as it is full array and the peak brightness is around 3 times that of the Phillips so will be much better for HDR.
Tryp18/10/2019 09:55

This *seems* perfect... Can somebody give it a trademark HUKD slating and …This *seems* perfect... Can somebody give it a trademark HUKD slating and stop me from pulling the trigger on this one?



You might be out of luck. Seems like ezzer72 is on holiday
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