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Philips 46PFL5605H - 46'' LED TV 1080p 100Hz - £609 Delivered @ Electrical Experience
Philips 46PFL5605H - 46'' LED TV 1080p 100Hz  - £609 Delivered @ Electrical Experience

Philips 46PFL5605H - 46'' LED TV 1080p 100Hz - £609 Delivered @ Electrical Experience

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Here £594 after cashback...CHEAPEST 46" LED I could find and it is a decent tv to boot....

I have just placed an order for this tv and found it over £200 cheaper than anywhere else and free delivery and a little cashback from quidco takes it down to about £594......

LED backlight technology......

Full HD 1080p HDMI USB LED 100hz Freeview




Features
Entertainment comes to life
with brilliant LED picture performance
Live the moment as if you were there with Pixel Plus HD and an impressive invisible
sound.

Your entertainment in brilliant detail
• Full HD TV with Pixel Plus HD for better details and clarity
• Brilliant LED images with low power consumption
• 100Hz LCD, 2ms performance for superb motion sharpness
• HD Natural Motion for ultra smooth motion in Full HD movies

Rich and clear sound.
• 2.1 system for 40W surround sound (2x10W plus virtual 20W)*
• Hear every word with Clear Sound

Complete digital connectivity made simple
• Seamless connectivity with 3 HDMI inputs and Easylink
• USB for fantastic multimedia playback
• Integrated MPEG-4 tuner for HD reception without set top box

Greener every day
• LED is up to 40% more energy efficient than regular LCD TVs
• 0W Power Consumption when switch off


Technical Specifications
Display
Screen Size (in) - 46"
Display Type - LED
Resolution - 1080p
Contrast Ratio - 500,000:1
Hz - 100
Tuner - Freeview

Audio
Audio Output (RMS) - 2 X 20 watt speakers
Sound System - Dolby Digital

Input
HDMI - 3
Scart - 1
Component
VGA
USB - 1 (JPEG, MP3, MPEG)
Digital coaxial - 1

Special Features
Pixel Plus HD
Child Protection
Firmware upgradeable
Digital Noise Reduction
Dynamic contrast enhancement


Dimensions/Weight
Set Width: 1122 mm
Set Height: 685 mm
Set Depth: 87 mm
Set width (with stand): 1122 mm
Set height (with stand): 731 mm
Set depth (with stand): 268 mm
Weight incl. Packaging: 26.4 kg
Product weight: 17.9 kg
Product weight (+stand): 21.3 kg
Box width: 1349 mm
Box height: 773 mm
Box depth: 198 mm
VESA wall mount compatible: 300 x 300 mm


ECO
Green label: ECO label certified
Power consumption (typical): 109 W
Standby power consumption: < 0.15 W
Power Saving Features: 0 Watt Power-off switch, Light sensor, Eco mode

Accessories
Tabletop stand
Power cord
Quick start guide
Registration card
Warranty certificate
Remote Control
2 x AAA Batteries

Read more: electricalexperience.co.uk/pro…860

40 Comments

Original Poster Banned

And a standard 2 year guarantee with it......that will heat it up, chuckle chuckle....

FREE sand down at the beach all day tomorrow.......
Edited by: "konimitsu" 18th Mar 2011

full led tv ( not edgelit) , why is not getting hot!!!

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comp123

full led tv ( not edgelit) , why is not getting hot!!!



My sentiments exactly, it went down to about -25 but at the end of the day this website is not what it should be. This tv is £200 cheaper than anywhere and that is a big saving at this price....but you are better posting a one off instore item that no one can buy and hit the volcanic heights.....but I have ordered this and happy!!!!!!!

Good deal...voted hot

Great price - hugely tempted now! Anybody want to buy a 50" LG 1080i Plasma? ;-)

didn't you just buy the 56" 21:9?

looks good heat added i guess it's the Philips badge thats holding it back

is this freeviewHD or plain old freeview.

Love this bit of the spec:

"0W Power Consumption when switch off "

Ummm..... yeah......

vote hot,very tempted.

Very good deal wish I had the money lol

n0chex

£599 at … £599 at http://www.soundandvision.co.uk/tv/lcd/philips-46pfl5605h_46pfl5605_46inch_lcd_television_freeview_low_prices




+£30 for delivery.

super hot for me, looking to get one of these soon, but maybe sooner than expected

it may be early for me ----- cashback? that quidco ?

alchemistkevin

didn't you just buy the 56" 21:9?


And the Sony KDL-46EX403U?

I have seen the Philips full led tvs in person and they just don't look as good as the LG or Samsung offerings to me. I know they're meant to be good, but for my eyes I prefer the others.

Does it not have freeviewHD and internet tv?

Anyone have a link to a good review website for this tv? Thanks.
Edited by: "twe" 8th Apr 2011

OK it seems the next model up has internet tv but it does have freeviewHD built in?

avforums.com/for…tml

Integrated MPEG-4 tuner for HD reception without set top box

5605 series:
Sharp UV2A (8bit), Direct LED (No local dimming)

This looks interesting, anyone know if its compatible with PS3 & XBOX 360?

ronray

And the Sony KDL-46EX403U?



Yeah Konimitsu. you should try buying some photo frames. Its much cheaper. lol! great price on this philips.
Shame I'm broke this time of year, thanks to HUKD

maspast

This looks interesting, anyone know if its compatible with PS3 & XBOX 360?



its got HDMI for PS3 & component for 360

Would never buy a Philips. In my experience of different Philips products, they are slow and rubbish.

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Ian182

Would never buy a Philips. In my experience of different Philips … Would never buy a Philips. In my experience of different Philips products, they are slow and rubbish.



Philips unlike most manufacturers do not churn out a million different models of tv at a time, they have a fairly small range. If you look at the specs and the reviews for most of the new Philips tv's I think you will be very surprised and I woudl rate them up with the best. I only have 1 Philips tv but the ones I have considered recently I have been quite surprised at the specs and reviews.


Ian182

Would never buy a Philips. In my experience of different Philips … Would never buy a Philips. In my experience of different Philips products, they are slow and rubbish.



Way better than most brands mate like Samsung. I have an old 37" LCD PFL5603 & its going great. the only thing I didnt like about it is that its 50hz. then again I bought a 50hz TV over 100hz so thats not a fault. So I'd gladly buy a 100hz Philips TV anyday. Their stylings out of this world.

twe

5605 series:Sharp UV2A (8bit), Direct LED (No local dimming)



what are the disadvantages of these two features then?

Sharp is the panel that they use, they don't use LG ones anymore. Meant to be good panels that I have read.
Direct LED with no local dimming is basically full led and not just around the edge (edge-lit) but instead of individual led's lowering their brightness (local dimming) every single led behind the lcd screen will become dimmer. So think of it as in a series and linked together.
Still I might go for the samsung c580 over this as its just for the bedroom and 40" is a good size for me.

Has anyone received their tv yet from.electrical experience, I sent a couple of emails to then and I know it sounds stupid, but they were very rude even through email.. Heard a few horror stories about their delivery service, any experiences?

No inet on this let's it down abit imo.

Fantastic price, but not one of the best Philips TV's looking at the reviews, Philips are making some outstanding TV's but the prices are pretty high unless you don't mind refurbished

deanos

Fantastic price, but not one of the best Philips TV's looking at the … Fantastic price, but not one of the best Philips TV's looking at the reviews, Philips are making some outstanding TV's but the prices are pretty high unless you don't mind refurbished



I dont mind refurbished... but where do you buy them from?

poisondwarf

I dont mind refurbished... but where do you buy them from?



Direct from Philips> shop.philips.co.uk/sto…age

Or Luzerntech have some > luzerntech.com/

They run the official Outlet on Ebay for Philips
Edited by: "deanos" 16th Apr 2011

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deanos

Direct from Philips … Direct from Philips> http://shop.philips.co.uk/store/rpeeub2c/DisplayHomePageOr Luzerntech have some > http://www.luzerntech.com/They run the official Outlet on Ebay for Philips



No no no no no no.....DON'T buy refurbished....I have to challenge you on that Deano i'm afraid....

On the Philips site this tv is sold refurbished at £749 er hello,
shop.philips.co.uk/sto…500

Luzerntech sell refurbished products for many companies, I do not think they are anything to do with Philips other than they must buy (IMHO) the stuff Philips can't shift. I know they sell load sof Philips but also sell many others.

So how much is THIS tv from Luzerntech? They sell it as refurbished with a 3 months guarantee at £599.99 plus delivery of £19.99 total £619.98 for THIS refurbed TV. Some of the TV products they sell are down to as low as grade c which have generally been in someones house for a while got themselves scratches and other marks, broke down then been reurbed and sold on.
http://****.co.uk/Phi…f96

Looks like you cannot put the word e bay in a link but this is sold on ebay by Luzerntech item number is 120708865942


If I was to consider a refurbished tv I would want a massive discount especially if it has a 3 month guarantee. The only way to go is NEW and the deals on this site are often better than used / refurbed.

This tv is a great quality TV, I think ALL Philips tv's now are very good, they do not make so many and this is the lower end of the range but it has fantastic features, it is 100hz, it has LED backlighting and NOT just edge lit. This has a fantasic picture and BRAND NEW at £609 DELIVERED and a standard 2 YEAR guarantee makes the refurbed tv's look exactly what they are ........ RUBBISH....IMHO.

DO NOT BUY REFURBISHED TV's
Edited by: "konimitsu" 16th Apr 2011

konimitsu

No no no no no no.....DON'T buy refurbished....I have to challenge you on … No no no no no no.....DON'T buy refurbished....I have to challenge you on that Deano i'm afraid....On the Philips site this tv is sold refurbished at £749 er hello, http://shop.philips.co.uk/store?Action=DisplayProductDetailsPage&Locale=en_GB&SiteID=rpeeub2c&productID=222615500Luzerntech sell refurbished products for many companies, I do not think they are anything to do with Philips other than they must buy (IMHO) the stuff Philips can't shift. I know they sell load sof Philips but also sell many others.So how much is THIS tv from Luzerntech? They sell it as refurbished with a 3 months guarantee at £599.99 plus delivery of £19.99 total £619.98 for THIS refurbed TV. Some of the TV products they sell are down to as low as grade c which have generally been in someones house for a while got themselves scratches and other marks, broke down then been reurbed and sold on.http://****.co.uk/Philips-46PFL5605H-05-46-Full-HD-LCD-TV-Pixel-Plus-HD-/120708865942?pt=UK_AudioTVElectronics_Video_Televisions&hash=item1c1acf1f96Looks like you cannot put the word e bay in a link but this is sold on ebay by Luzerntech item number is 120708865942If I was to consider a refurbished tv I would want a massive discount especially if it has a 3 month guarantee. The only way to go is NEW and the deals on this site are often better than used / refurbed.This tv is a great quality TV, I think ALL Philips tv's now are very good, they do not make so many and this is the lower end of the range but it has fantastic features, it is 100hz, it has LED backlighting and NOT just edge lit. This has a fantasic picture and BRAND NEW at £609 DELIVERED and a standard 2 YEAR guarantee makes the refurbed tv's look exactly what they are ........ RUBBISH....IMHO.DO NOT BUY REFURBISHED TV's



So do i take it that refurbished televisions are not the way to go then? lol

Nothing wrong with refurbished, im not on abut the TV you listed , if you read what i said im on about you can get a better one (eg models upwards with Ambilight and local dimming ) and the prices are high unless you don't mind refurbished, look at there listing there is one for £699 with barely visible scratches on the stand, they are £1600 new theres your huge saving

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poisondwarf

So do i take it that refurbished televisions are not the way to go then? … So do i take it that refurbished televisions are not the way to go then? lol



I have never found any value in a refurbished tv. They are generally only slightly cheaper and you know nothing about its history and generally but not always you give up your guarantee also. I would rather compromise and get the next model down or save a little longer but try and stick to my budget than go down the refurb route.

A smokin hot deal here the other day for a refurbed tv at £189.99 and I listed about a week ago the same tv BRAND NEW £203 and cashback took it to £190 'eventually' I just don't understand it.

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deanos

Nothing wrong with refurbished, im not on abut the TV you listed , if you … Nothing wrong with refurbished, im not on abut the TV you listed , if you read what i said im on about you can get a better one (eg models upwards with Ambilight and local dimming ) and the prices are high unless you don't mind refurbished, look at there listing there is one for £699 with barely visible scratches on the stand, they are £1600 new theres your huge saving



You are on about the tv I listed...but that doesn't matter it just proves the point, I don't take anything personal and certainly don't mean to be personal to you either....refurbed is just one of my gripes as it is proved time and time again that it does not pay. Now nobody can argue that sometimes you are going to bag yourself a cracking deal on a refurbed tv and I agree with you that if you could get a better model for the same price or cheaper with very little wrong it has to be a consideration but these great deals are few and far between but I concede that point to you it is possible. But on this deal it obviously shows it does not always pay....this is a very good deal by the way, when I listed Amazon (peoples benchmark) was about £160 dearer.



My tv was deliverd the other day. I've only got it out the box to check there were no marks on it, as I am moving so it will sit in its box for a month or two. Gonna test it 2moro though. This such a good deal people do not realize.

konimitsu

And a standard 2 year guarantee with it......that will heat it up, … And a standard 2 year guarantee with it......that will heat it up, chuckle chuckle....FREE sand down at the beach all day tomorrow.......




just unpacked mine, there is no guarrente in the box with it?do I register it online? I'm not going to be use.g it for 2 months so Wud it be better to register it now or in 2 months time? any help Wud be great

FlowersStill

just unpacked mine, there is no guarrente in the box with it?do I … just unpacked mine, there is no guarrente in the box with it?do I register it online? I'm not going to be use.g it for 2 months so Wud it be better to register it now or in 2 months time? any help Wud be great



Philips give a 2yr guarantee across there entire range , does it mention it in the instructions ?
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