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Philips 32PFL5522D 32'' Pixel Plus HD LCD with Freeview only £299.35 Delivered @ electrical-deals
Philips 32PFL5522D 32'' Pixel Plus HD LCD with Freeview only £299.35 Delivered @ electrical-deals

Philips 32PFL5522D 32'' Pixel Plus HD LCD with Freeview only £299.35 Delivered @ electrical-deals

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With this TV you can now enjoy the benefits of digital TV, Electronic Program Guide and digital quality content. At the same time, you can also watch superb pictures with Pixel Plus clarity and details.

* HD LCD WXGA display, with a 1366 x 768p resolution
* Integrated Digital Tuner for DVB-T reception
* HD Ready for the highest quality display of HD signals
* Pixel Plus HD for better details, depth and clarity
* 3D combfilter separates colours for a razor-sharp image
* Incredible Surround for enhanced audio enjoyment
* Compact and slim design that fits in every room
* 1000-page Hypertext for instant fast access to teletext
* 2 HDMI inputs for full digital HD connection in one cable

17 Comments

consider these are refurbs, with quoted warranty:
"All products are factory graded by manufacturer qualified engineers and have a 1 year guarantee and a 7 day ‘no quibble’ returns policy."
not indicated is RTB or on-site warranty.

About 60p cheaper than same retailer's ebay shop.

not full HD. Better deals around.

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Flipd;4017440

consider these are refurbs, with quoted warranty:"All products are … consider these are refurbs, with quoted warranty:"All products are factory graded by manufacturer qualified engineers and have a 1 year guarantee and a 7 day ‘no quibble’ returns policy."



sorry missed that :oops: not so good deal after all :?

not the best of deals, it would have been alot better if it wasnt a refurb

not full HD. Better deals around.

were would you get a full HD for anywhere near this price

Why would you want Full HD on a 32" screen?

I work for the company in question and fix 5522d's. Do not buy.

Gumpy Joe;4666042

I work for the company in question and fix 5522d's. Do not buy.



Lol are they really that bad?

fix;4666109

Lol are they really that bad?



Everything goes wrong with them after a while. The newer generation Philips are better.

Last years model , refurb - price not fantastic - cold

gbeynon99;4017528

not full HD. Better deals around.



I'd go for Sharp 32" 1080p (as I have 1) Inbuilt Freeview is much better than hitched up PVR Freeview
""Why would you want Full HD on a 32" screen?""
Purely related to viewing distance and subtended angle. With average audience of 2-4 at any one time 32" is fine and the TV doesn't dominate the room too much.

666FU;4665495

were would you get a full HD for anywhere near this price


1staudiovisual.co.uk/cat…213
There, for an extra £90 :thumbsup:

cornish;4666024

http://www.pricerunner.homecinematv.co.uk/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SAM-LE32A457C1DXthats a better buy


That's cheaper at play using the 5% discount code.

in my experience philips products are always good. i would splash out a little more on the newer 32PFL5403D model though. its very good (i own it) i find the blu-ray, and xbox 360 images are especially good and ps3 is also very good. it also has 1080p input (not proper 1080p i know) which is good enough for a 32" in my opinion.

my uncle just got this TV and tbh it aint that great. the picture is good but the connectors are unreliable e.g. when he connected sky+ and his dvd recorder through scart the sky woudnt work. when he took the dvd recorder out the sky worked fine. he got it working now but it is really fiddly. just a word of warning
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