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PHILIPS 50PUS6554/12 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £296.92 at Currys/ebay with code

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Specification
MPN: 8718863018774

On-mode power consumption: 67 W

Annual power consumption: 98 kWh

Energy efficiency class: A+

Speakers: 2

Sound enhancement: Dolby Atmos

Audio power: 20 W

4K Ultra HD compatibility: Video CODEC: HEVC H.265 / VP9

Processing rate: 1000 PPI

Picture enhancement: Pixel Precise Ultra HD

TV tuner: Freeview HD Please note: Some services are only available in the UK

Electronic programme guide: 8-day EPG and 7-day catch up with Freeview Play

PVR function: Yes

VESA mount: 200 x 200

Table-top stand: Yes

Hardware required: - Aerial - Router

Material: Plastic

Box contents: - Philips 50PUS6554/12 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - Remote control - Table-top stand - Batteries - Power cable - Quick start guide

Dimensions: - TV: 653.3 x 1127.6 x 85.9 mm (H x W x D) - TV with stand: 676.1 x 1127.6 x 244.7 mm (H x W x D) - Boxed: 800 x 1240 x 150 mm (H x W x D)

Weight: - TV: 11.3 kg - TV with stand: 11.5 kg - Boxed: 16.1 kg

Guarantee: 2 years

Internal menu languages: 35 languages

Colour: - TV: Light silver - Stand: Silver

DLNA certified: Yes

Ethernet: Yes

WiFi: Built-in WiFi

Connections: - HDMI 2.0 x 3 - USB 3.0 x 1 - USB 2.0 x 1

Audio output: - Optical x 1 - 3.5 mm jack

HDR: - Dolby Vision - HDR10+ - Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG)

Screen size: 50"

Resolution: 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160p

Screen technology: LED

Smart platform: Saphi Smart TV

Smartphone app: Philips TV Remote app

Screen mirroring: Miracast

Smart TV services: - Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 - Streaming: Netflix 4K, Prime Video 4K - App store: Philips App Gallery - Full internet browser - Social media: YouTube 4K - Gaming apps Please note: Some services are only available in the UK

Height (mm): 653.3

Width (mm): 1127.6

Depth (mm): 85.9

Weight Grams: 16100

SKU: 510921


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So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV would you recommend up to £500?

Thanks
Carlos_Carlitos25/05/2020 12:13

So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV …So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV would you recommend up to £500?Thanks


Get an ambilight
Carlos_Carlitos25/05/2020 12:13

So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV …So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV would you recommend up to £500?Thanks


The Sony 49" for 457 at richer sounds with 2 codes
MoneyEyes25/05/2020 12:21

The Sony 49" for 457 at richer sounds with 2 codes


Can you share the link please?

Thanks!
Carlos_Carlitos25/05/2020 12:13

So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV …So many deals on TVs lately it's hard to decide which to go for , what TV would you recommend up to £500?Thanks


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MoneyEyes25/05/2020 12:22

https://www.richersounds.com/sony-bravia-kd49xg8196bu.html


Thanks a lot !
MoneyEyes25/05/2020 12:51

Your welcome, I ordered it yesterday, great deal plus 6 year warranty


Thank you ! what are the codes to get the discount?
This one or the hisense 50 inch, anyone got a opinion?
garyrho12325/05/2020 13:08

This one or the hisense 50 inch, anyone got a opinion?


Neither Hitachi 58" in Argos £ 300 good reviews!
Hot, these prices for the Philips TVs are quite unreal, dont know how tgey make a profit.
Does this have ambilight on the back
Jean-Christophe25/05/2020 13:45

Does this have ambilight on the back


doesn't mention it

i know they do have tvs that dont have it, maybe this is one of them
Ukguy10125/05/2020 13:20

Neither Hitachi 58" in Argos £ 300 good reviews!


Great price but a bit to big for us
Currys don't accept TV returns, be aware
sheffield78825/05/2020 13:43

Hot, these prices for the Philips TVs are quite unreal, dont know how tgey …Hot, these prices for the Philips TVs are quite unreal, dont know how tgey make a profit.


Because it probably costs under £20 to make it
Blitz000125/05/2020 16:10

Because it probably costs under £20 to make it


Not only this model, but the 'high end' Philips models, selling at £500. If this costs £20, should I assume other brands low specs cost £3 + £0.20 delivery from China.
I'm sure you've exaggerated with the figure, but clearly their production price is low, however, more than likely they aim to make very little profit on each TV and instead to sell millions.
sheffield78825/05/2020 16:17

Not only this model, but the 'high end' Philips models, selling at £500. …Not only this model, but the 'high end' Philips models, selling at £500. If this costs £20, should I assume other brands low specs cost £3 + £0.20 delivery from China. I'm sure you've exaggerated with the figure, but clearly their production price is low, however, more than likely they aim to make very little profit on each TV and instead to sell millions.


I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it isn't as good build quality as the likes of Samsung and Sony, not saying its a bad TV, is it Philips that makes their lower priced TVs or a budget brand also?
MoneyEyes25/05/2020 17:12

I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it …I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it isn't as good build quality as the likes of Samsung and Sony, not saying its a bad TV, is it Philips that makes their lower priced TVs or a budget brand also?


Unfortunately, same as Akai, Toshiba, JVC and so on, Philips does not make its TVs anymore. I don't even know if they make anything TBH, as their products are very cheap now.
The good part is their TVs are not made by Vestel, like Toshiba or JVC. Which are really poor, especially the budget ones. Even Panasonic low end TVs are Vestel. Apart from Samsung, LG and Sony, I think pretty much any other company outsourced their TVs.
Philips are made by TP Vision (China or Taiwan, I don't remember). For US, Funai owns their TVs, which is another rubbish brand, I still remember my first VHS, was a Funai.
I don't know about this particular TV, but their £500+ TVs, OLED have proper good specs and the price is amazing. I've never seen one apart from in the pictures, but on paper they look great.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th May
hoolahoops25/05/2020 15:41

Currys don't accept TV returns, be aware


On what basis are they trying to justify breaking the law?
WG4725/05/2020 18:33

On what basis are they trying to justify breaking the law?


You call them telling you want to return then they hang up. That's after you have been on hold a few hours.
Ukguy10125/05/2020 13:20

Neither Hitachi 58" in Argos £ 300 good reviews!


I’ve two hitachi’s from Argos both different sizes and I’d never buy again, one randomly switches itself off all the time and the other stalls
gemmabibby25/05/2020 19:29

I’ve two hitachi’s from Argos both different sizes and I’d never buy again …I’ve two hitachi’s from Argos both different sizes and I’d never buy again, one randomly switches itself off all the time and the other stalls


Wasn't aware a TV could stall, what engine does it have
hoolahoops25/05/2020 19:13

You call them telling you want to return then they hang up. That's after …You call them telling you want to return then they hang up. That's after you have been on hold a few hours.


So your personal anecdote is now them not accepting returns?
WG4725/05/2020 20:04

So your personal anecdote is now them not accepting returns?


Yeh they are criminal arnt they?
What brands do you think are the best besides Samsung and Sony?
elemunt25/05/2020 22:16

Second one doesn't seem to work?


I'm sure that's what I used
hoolahoops25/05/2020 15:41

Currys don't accept TV returns, be aware


Good to know. Argos don't accept returns this time too. I helped somebody yo return a faulty laptop. After trying to leave it at the store and also talking over the phone without achieving anything, I wrote a complaint email. I told them the laptop was purchased on Argos credit, I'm leaving the country with no intention to return, if they don't give instructions, I will take it with me and not pay the credit, as the laptop was received faulty I've tried to return it and it is not my fault. Guess what? Next day Argos picked up the laptop from my friend's house...
MoneyEyes25/05/2020 17:12

I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it …I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it isn't as good build quality as the likes of Samsung and Sony, not saying its a bad TV, is it Philips that makes their lower priced TVs or a budget brand also?


Too be fair, I have always been a Samsung guy(well Sony in all honesty but the better TV's are out of our price range), had 3 Samsung's on the trot, then went to LG when sky gave them away free in a black friday deal a few years back(I managed to get 2 instead of the 1 I was supposed too on that as well), but anyway I am transgressing a fair bit, brought a Phillip's 55" with ambilight in a deal last year and the picture knocks spots of any Samsung/LG we had before it, it's a lovely tv
Ryan_U25/05/2020 20:23

What brands do you think are the best besides Samsung and Sony?


LG. Panasonic too, but not the cheap ones made by Vestel. Most of the other brands, if not all the other brands outsourced their production to other companies and you can clearly see the result. Cheap and nasty! But that's good for those who can't afford to pay a lot for a TV.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th May
sheffield78825/05/2020 22:58

LG. Panasonic too, but not the cheap ones made by Vestel. Most of the …LG. Panasonic too, but not the cheap ones made by Vestel. Most of the other brands, if not all the other brands outsourced their production to other companies and you can clearly see the result. Cheap and nasty! But that's good for those who can't afford to pay a lot for a TV.


What's the best way to spot a vestel make?
Ryan_U25/05/2020 23:11

What's the best way to spot a vestel make?


The price probably. If it is cheap, it may be Vestel. Also search for the model on the internet, you may come across this info. Search for the brand too, in this case you will come across the info that Philips does not make any TVs, so you search who makes them. Finally, quite difficult, as you can only see this after you get your TV or if you're in store, at the back, where it states the model, serial no, etc, usually the Vestel ones have this info on a paper label/sticker (unless this changed lately) while a more serious TV usually has a more professional label.
To have an idea, JVC, Toshiba, low end Panasonic are made by Vestel, I think Sanyo, Blaupunkt, Sharp, Polaroid are on the same boat. Or search Vestel in Google and see what TVs they make.
You don't need to search for Sony, Samsung and LG, as up to now, they make their own TVs.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th May
sheffield78825/05/2020 23:20

The price probably. If it is cheap, it may be Vestel. Also search for the …The price probably. If it is cheap, it may be Vestel. Also search for the model on the internet, you may come across this info. Search for the brand too, in this case you will come across the info that Philips does not make any TVs, so you search who makes them. Finally, quite difficult, as you can only see this after you get your TV or if you're in store, at the back, where it states the model, serial no, etc, usually the Vestel ones have this info on a paper label/sticker (unless this changed lately) while a more serious TV usually has a more professional label.To have an idea, JVC, Toshiba, low end Panasonic are made by Vestel, I think Sanyo, Blaupunkt, Sharp, Polaroid are on the same boat. Or search Vestel in Google and see what TVs they make.You don't need to search for Sony, Samsung and LG, as up to now, they make their own TVs.


Thank you so much for your advice bro
MoneyEyes25/05/2020 17:12

I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it …I understand where your coming from but I can tell from the picture it isn't as good build quality as the likes of Samsung and Sony, not saying its a bad TV, is it Philips that makes their lower priced TVs or a budget brand also?


Just so you know, there are only 2 panels makers, and the rest is bezel and branding.
I sure that only a couple of years ago, the only panel makers were toshiba and Samsung.
It’s probably still the same
Blitz000126/05/2020 10:23

Just so you know, there are only 2 panels makers, and the rest is bezel …Just so you know, there are only 2 panels makers, and the rest is bezel and branding.I sure that only a couple of years ago, the only panel makers were toshiba and Samsung.It’s probably still the same


I was pointing more towards the frame, it looks a bit cheap from the picture
Blitz000126/05/2020 10:23

Just so you know, there are only 2 panels makers, and the rest is bezel …Just so you know, there are only 2 panels makers, and the rest is bezel and branding.I sure that only a couple of years ago, the only panel makers were toshiba and Samsung.It’s probably still the same


Definitely more than Toshiba and Samsung making panels but regardless even if a bottom spec Vestel had the same panel as a top spec Samsung the actual picture would vary loads between them as the cheaper unit wouldn’t have the same chipset such as cpu and scalers for example.
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