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Philips 43PUS6703 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Amiblight Smart WiFi LED TV £331.49 at Argos eBay
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Philips 43PUS6703 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Amiblight Smart WiFi LED TV £331.49 at Argos eBay

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Thanks to Ambilight, the Philips 43PUS6703 gives you an immersive image from a smaller screen.

Ambilight 3-sided
You’ve created a home that’s more than just a house, so why not choose a TV that is warm and inviting too? Philips unique Ambilight technology makes your screen much wider—and your viewing experience more immersive—by emitting an extra wide glow from three-sides of your TV screen onto the surrounding wall. Colour, vibrancy and excitement move beyond the screen and into your living room to bring you a viewing experience beyond the ordinary.

Micro Dimming for optimised picture
Powerful software analyses the picture in no fewer than 6400 different zones and adjusts it accordingly. This maximises the contrast for life-like images and realism.

HDR Plus with HDR10 and HLG
This Philips 43 inch TV is compatible with next generation HDR Plus. HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast. HDR10 and HLG formats are both covered. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

SAPHI – the smarter TV
Packing the latest SAPHI smart system, powered by a Quad Core processor, this Philips 43” TV is a slick performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, YouTube the BBC iPlayer and more. A built-in web browser lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.
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Peak brightness?
Got so excited then saw it was the 6-series :/

Edit - managed to get a refurbed 7 series for £360.
Edited by: "Kua" 1st Nov
Shinobei01/11/2019 12:41

Peak brightness?


Somewhere in the 350 nits range - way more than you'll ever need for SDR content, which is all you should expect from this anyway, as the alleged HDR support is just box ticking (the same goes for all cheap TVs with their 8-bit panels and lack of local dimming). It'll provide a fantastic SDR image though after some tweaking. I used to have the 50" model and it looked fantastic once set up correctly.
Every time see that code for some reason think... Go forth and prosper my Sun, havn't a clue why.
Aretak01/11/2019 14:45

Somewhere in the 350 nits range - way more than you'll ever need for SDR …Somewhere in the 350 nits range - way more than you'll ever need for SDR content, which is all you should expect from this anyway, as the alleged HDR support is just box ticking (the same goes for all cheap TVs with their 8-bit panels and lack of local dimming). It'll provide a fantastic SDR image though after some tweaking. I used to have the 50" model and it looked fantastic once set up correctly.


Thanks I figured as much but I keep thinking there'll be a budget price HDR 10 bit TV with decent peak brightness lol
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