Philips 32PFL7562D - 32" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV - With Pixel Plus & Freeview £439.99
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Philips 32PFL7562D - 32" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV - With Pixel Plus & Freeview £439.99

£439.99
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Found 24th Sep 2007Made hot 24th Sep 2007
Well Reviewed mid-range Philips 32" LCD TV

* Brightness: 500 cd/m² * Dynamic screen contrast: 7500:1 * Response time (typical): 8 ms

* Viewing angle: 176º (H) / 176º (V) * Panel resolution: 1366 x 768p

* Integrated Digital Tuner for DVB-T reception * HD ready for the highest quality display of HDTV signals

* Pixel Plus 2 HD improves details in standard TV and HDTV * Dynamic contrast enhancer delivering rich black details

* Better quality images that reveal more detail * Digital Natural Motion for smooth moving images

* Superb sound reproduction * Virtual Dolby Surround for a cinema-like audio experience

* Matching stand with elegant design included * Dual HDMI input for full digital High Definition connection * Aspect ratio: 16:9

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Don't know why link not working - HUKD forum problem?

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Thanks Bertt The link is working fine now

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Looks not a bad telly - some comments here
avforums.com/for…239

Only downside appears to be lack of VGA imput....

Good price - voting hot

gari189

Only downside appears to be lack of VGA imput....Good price - voting hot



In the manual, it says you can connect a PC with VGA to the component inputs, and select PC in the menus.

VGA 640x480
SVGA 800x600
XGA 1024x768

Voted hot thanks, just bought the last one in stock for my parents. Early Christmas present.

How does this one compare to the 32" Panasonic LXD70 that was posted here recently? The Pana is more expensive, but I can't spot differences at first glance.

Great price, voted hot but expect to see thsi model at very good prices over the next few weeks as it's just been replaced in the model line-up.

Can Richersounds beat/match this price? it's interesting to buy it from there as they offer a 5years guarantee for 10%.

tooheys30

How does this one compare to the 32" Panasonic LXD70 that was posted here … How does this one compare to the 32" Panasonic LXD70 that was posted here recently? The Pana is more expensive, but I can't spot differences at first glance.


The Phillips was under £500 from elsewhere last week and it was one of those I thought about. The factors that me go for the Panasonic was the 100mhz, the 5 year warranty, the vga port (for using with Xbox 360) and the excellent reviews. (If I'm going to have the telly for 5 years I want to make sure its a good one).

The Phillips look very sleek (nicer than the Panasonic) and this isn't the basic "5" series. Only thing that made me rule this one out was the lack of vga (I wanted to use component for dvd player). If you have a £450 budget - I'd go for this.

Its not an easy decision buying a tv and even looking at the picture quality in the stores can be misleading since they are rarely setup properly....

The only thing to watch with Amazon is that one or two of their tvs are sourced from France (eg Toshiba wlt68)

Can it be forced to 24fps?

good deal.
But Panny is a different class all together.

Great deal for those on a budget. Philips have some great pictures from SD broadcasts on their sets.

The Pana is better, but then, the price is higher.

would be nice to get this from Viking Direct with the 20% off code before.

gari189

The Phillips was under £500 from elsewhere last week and it was one of … The Phillips was under £500 from elsewhere last week and it was one of those I thought about. The factors that me go for the Panasonic was the 100mhz, the 5 year warranty, the vga port (for using with Xbox 360) and the excellent reviews. (If I'm going to have the telly for 5 years I want to make sure its a good one).The Phillips look very sleek (nicer than the Panasonic) and this isn't the basic "5" series. Only thing that made me rule this one out was the lack of vga (I wanted to use component for dvd player). If you have a £450 budget - I'd go for this. Its not an easy decision buying a tv and even looking at the picture quality in the stores can be misleading since they are rarely setup properly....The only thing to watch with Amazon is that one or two of their tvs are sourced from France (eg Toshiba wlt68)



Hi Gari189, this set does have component input for your DVD player. VGA input is to connect a PC. All the connections can be found here: p4c.philips.com/fil…pdf

the panny is a way better tv i personally wouldnt touch this after speaking to the currys manager recently when i came to but my 42 inch lcd i went with the toshiba xseries.

I asked about other models because this philips and its bigger brother had dropped a hell of a lot in price there 50inch plasma was the 1st to go sub £1000 when i asked why i was informed they were rubbish and they had had over 50% fail within the 1st 12 months and the build quality was rubbish he continued to tell me that some of the componants used where shared with the goodmans sets which says it all.

Hope i havent spoilt anyones day but you get what you pay for with lcd.

You were asking a Currys manager for advice, you say?

I wasnt asking for advice as im a sound engineer by trade and part of my job is putting lcds in clubs i asked which he had recived complaints about and which he had heard good things about. I always do my homework with buying lcd as if you get a wrong un you regret it as i said i have a xseries toshiba which have a great name and a tx series panny.

its also the same sort of price on dixons £469 but theres always codes if you google and quidco to. Which im sure with a bit of reserch you can get a better price they will also price match any cheaper price so if you must have one there you go.

dixons.co.uk/mar…226

Did he also advise you to buy one for 200 quid more?!?:-D

I've seen a mention in another thread, either on here or the avforums, that Philips had a higher than normal failure rate....purely anecdotal so I wouldn't let it sway you one way or another....

I bought this tv from Costco about 6 months ago and it is absolutely fantastic. I think I paid around £540 for it and it is worth every penny. With Costco you get a 3 year warranty on all tv's so I have no concerns about it breaking down. People who say the build quality is rubbish and do not back it up with any statistical evidence and who go on hearsay and who take advice from currys are not being to helpful to people looking to buy an LCD telly. I have this tv and the build quality is excellent and with pixel plus the quality of the picture is outstanding. Hope this helps someone if they are undecided.:thumbsup:

GOOD Deal, jus ordered one. I've got the 37" version down stairs from costco so I know its a v.good TV.

THX!!!

Does anyone know wher - and if - I can find a 26 or 27" model? As much as I'd love to bag this it's a little too deep to fit on my shelf!
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