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PHILIPS 32PHT4503/05 32" HD Ready LED TV + 6 Months Spotify Premium £148.97 @ Currys PC World
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PHILIPS 32PHT4503/05 32" HD Ready LED TV + 6 Months Spotify Premium £148.97 @ Currys PC World

£148.97£1596%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 25th Feb

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  • Picture quality: 200 PPI
  • Freeview HD
  • HDMI 1.4 x 2


Watch the nation's favourite channels

Enjoy great entertainment and incredible contrast with the Philips 32PHT4503/05 32" HD Ready LED TV. With a built in Freeview tuner, you can get straight into a huge choice of over 70 channels. So, you can catch up with the soaps, dramas, panel shows and sports you love.

And thanks to Pixel Plus HD, The Philips 32PHT4503/05 will give you superb colour and sharper images, whatever you watch.

Flick through your holiday photos with USB port

Don't fancy anything on TV? Just plug in your memory stick, digital camera or MP3 player and keep everybody entertained. Watch your favourite film all over again, relive holiday memories while flicking through your photo album, or unwind with your go-to playlist.

Stick stand

The stick stand removes any distractions from around your screen, so you can stay fully focused on all the action. Maximum entertainment.
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Edited by: "anishmathw" 25th Feb
Not even 1080p.. HD ready = 720p
thenineteenninety25/02/2020 21:41

Not even 1080p.. HD ready = 720p


A decent 720p panel is more than sufficient for a 32” screen. You’d struggle to notice the difference unless you’re standing about 1 metre away.
ipswich7802/03/2020 21:14

A decent 720p panel is more than sufficient for a 32” screen. You’d str …A decent 720p panel is more than sufficient for a 32” screen. You’d struggle to notice the difference unless you’re standing about 1 metre away.


Apart from the fact most content is now 1080o (or above 4k for example), so you will be downsampling the content.

720p at 32 inch is 40dpi, which is definitely noticeable, 300dpi being the range that most eyes will not notice a difference.

But I gues your DVD player and VCR will play perfectly on it
thenineteenninety03/03/2020 21:45

Apart from the fact most content is now 1080o (or above 4k for example), …Apart from the fact most content is now 1080o (or above 4k for example), so you will be downsampling the content.720p at 32 inch is 40dpi, which is definitely noticeable, 300dpi being the range that most eyes will not notice a difference.But I gues your DVD player and VCR will play perfectly on it


What’s a VCR?
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