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Philips 42PF5521 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV ( Use with 5% voucher) @ PC World
Philips 42PF5521 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV ( Use with 5% voucher) @ PC World

Philips 42PF5521 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV ( Use with 5% voucher) @ PC World

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With a superb picture from its Crystal Clear technology, this Stylish 42'' LCD TV is HD Ready and has a built-in Digital TV tuner for access to up to 32 Digital TV channels.

HD Ready for exceptional picture quality Receive up to 32 digital TV channels Digital Crystal Clear for better images Virtual Dolby Surround Sound Twin HDMI digital connectivity 1400 cd/m2 Brightness 10000 Contrast 160 degrees Viewing angles 2 No of Scarts

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Product code: 439553

From the PC World Website


Full specification BenefitScreen Size (inches) 42 inches Size of the … Full specification BenefitScreen Size (inches) 42 inches Size of the screen measured diagonally across the screenPicture Quality 1105920 pixels The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution will beFlat Screen YES Flat screens reflect less and do not curve at the edges providing you with less distortionWidescreen Option YES A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original formatSound Quality Virtual Dolby Surround See our TV Buying Guide for more informationDigital Tuner YES This enables you to receive over 25 Freeview channels, subject to coverage, including BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC News 24, Sky News, Sky Sports News, ITV2, CBeebies and digital radio channelsBrightness 1400 cd/m2 The greater the brightness the better quality of the picture usually is. However the actual picture quality is determined by how well the brightness and contrast of the TV work togetherContrast 10000 The higher the contrast ratio the better the picture qualityViewing angles 160 degrees This determines the optimum viewing angleOn Screen Display NO For the simple on screen access to menu optionsNo of Scarts 2 To enable you to connect to other equipment such as a DVD player, video or games consoleLine input NO Stand Included YES Wall Mountable YES Parental Lock NO Unauthorised people such as children can be prevented from tampering with the equipmentAuto Install NO Automatically tunes your TV and sets up the channels at the touch of a buttonSleep Timer YES Can be set to turn off automaticallyHeadphone Socket YES For you to listen with personal headphonesFront AV sockets NO For easy connection of equipment such as camcorders or games consolesFastext NO Allows for faster and easier access to Ceefax and Teletext information servicesRemote Control YES Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handsetWeight 39.2 kg This is the weight of the appliance in KGHeight (exc Stand) 679 mm Width (exc stand) 1236 mm Depth (exc stand) 126 mm * HD Ready for exceptional picture quality * Receive up to 32 digital TV channels * Digital Crystal Clear for better images * Virtual Dolby Surround Sound * Twin HDMI digital connectivity * 1400 cd/m2 Brightness * 10000 Contrast * 160 degrees Viewing angles * 2 No of Scarts



Only two HDMI inputs, but I guess you can't have everything.

I think you have made a mistake in your write up. The title says Plasma but your write up says LCD. On looking at PC World website I think it's a Plasma.

Still can't beat the £450 (after quidco) 42" LCD Toshiba found on Boxing Day mispriced at Curry's. Shame it's expired.

This is a really, really old set.

I've had this set for over a year...paid £699- Take it from someone who knows, picture from sd source is good, plug x-box 360 components in and the games look incredible.
Mate across road has a 1080p 40 inch samsung Lcd paid a grand for it, looks quite bad from sd source and cant tell difference in game picture from 360.

Buy at this price its a bargain!

Spend £100 more on the Panasonic TH42PX70 and you won't be disappointed. LCD's still can't match plasmas for picture quality at 40" and above the the Panny is an absolute steel.

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Spend £100 more on the Panasonic TH42PX70 and you won't be disappointed. … Spend £100 more on the Panasonic TH42PX70 and you won't be disappointed. LCD's still can't match plasmas for picture quality at 40" and above the the Panny is an absolute steel.



Please can you tell me where can you get the Panny for £610 which is the price of this TV after quidco & 5% code?

I have this tv, I run it with cable and it is quite simply the worst picture I have ever seen. A football pitch looks like a light green patch with bits of dark green patches on it, all in square pixel shapes.

It cannot reproduce skin colour and on "the dragons den" the lest hand side of all the dragons faces is purple.

As for the xbox 360. I have not bothered running it in HD, the lead does not fit.

Do not buy this old piece of rubbish.

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I have this tv, I run it with cable and it is quite simply the worst … I have this tv, I run it with cable and it is quite simply the worst picture I have ever seen. A football pitch looks like a light green patch with bits of dark green patches on it, all in square pixel shapes.It cannot reproduce skin colour and on "the dragons den" the lest hand side of all the dragons faces is purple.As for the xbox 360. I have not bothered running it in HD, the lead does not fit.Do not buy this old piece of rubbish.



Send it back if still in warranty.......as said previously i own this tv and I,m quite impressed by it, had lcd telly before and this one is easily better, yours has got to be knackered;-)

muddyfox1;1598442

Send it back if still in warranty.......as said previously i own this tv … Send it back if still in warranty.......as said previously i own this tv and I,m quite impressed by it, had lcd telly before and this one is easily better, yours has got to be knackered;-)



Good idea, but I am renting it ( £35 per month) and am in a 12 month contract.

I told that I would pay more for a better one and they told me that they just had these

I spent quite a lot of time trawling the internet to try and find some better settings for and not many people had much good to say about this tv.

Banned

Blimey! £35 a month for a £550 TV. You got done!
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