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PHILIPS 50PUS6554/12 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV [Energy efficiency class A+] £329 @ Currys PC World
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PHILIPS 50PUS6554/12 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV [Energy efficiency class A+] £329 @ Currys PC World

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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Philips 50PUS6554/12 50” Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. With over 8 million pixels and four times the resolution of Full HD, you’ll enjoy sharp images and improved depth of colour.

And with support for HDR content, you’ll see the brightest and darkest shades of colour in the same frame. So, whether it’s a dimly lit dialogue scene or a tense battle in the dark of night, you’ll always know exactly what’s happening on screen.

Bundles of choice

Can’t decide what to watch next? Just hit the smart TV button on your remote and discover a huge choice of edge-of-your-seat blockbusters and dramas on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, BBC iPlayer, and more.

And with Freeview Play, you’re able to catch-up with any TV show you may have missed over the past 7 days, whenever you have the time. So, no need to cancel your plans to catch that epic season finale.

Crystal clear audio

A great picture deserves great sound to match. The Philips 50PUS6554/12 TV features Dolby Atmos, placing you at the centre of the action on screen. By reimagining your TV audio as a 3D experience, everything you hear feels like it’s happening around you. So, sound always feels expansive and spacious.
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4 Comments
Ordered this on Black Friday with 15% Cashback, TopCashback are offering 10% back currently.
I've had my last two ordered cancelled from top cashback so didn't receive anything and all they say is it's not guaranteed, so think of it as a bonus if you get it back.
I know not your wording but the hdr feature is more of a support for rather than actual hdr. It does not have local dimming and this looks like pretty much any other TV even with hdr enabled
Edited by: "majorwedgy84" 1st Dec 2019
majorwedgy8401/12/2019 07:21

I know not your wording but the hdr feature is more of a support for …I know not your wording but the hdr feature is more of a support for rather than actual hdr. It does not have local dimming and this looks like pretty much any other TV even with hdr enabled



totally agree for decent HDR you would need 10bit panel to begin with, so would be looking £1000 start price on tv. 700+ nits to have decent colour reproduction.
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