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Philips TV 50PUS6753 6753 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD A Smart LED TV 3 HDMI - £341 with code at AO eBay
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Philips TV 50PUS6753 6753 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD A Smart LED TV 3 HDMI - £341 with code at AO eBay

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Posted 14th Jun

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10% less than the previous deal posted on Amazon for this Tv from AO EBay site with code PRICEWIN will take it to £341 delivered
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Resolution Type: 4K Ultra HD
Internet Connection: Built-in WiFi
Tuner Type: Freeview HD
Processor Type: Quad Core
HDMI Input:x3
HDMI Input: x2
Digital Optical Output:1

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Cheapest this one has been at 322. Still a good find. 🔥
Definitely getting a TV today with this code, looking at the Hisense 55" at around the same price

Any opinions, too much choice at the moment!
pengedragon14/06/2019 14:28

Definitely getting a TV today with this code, looking at the Hisense 55" …Definitely getting a TV today with this code, looking at the Hisense 55" at around the same priceAny opinions, too much choice at the moment!


If you can wall mount, the ambilight on this is great. Think it still works just on a stand.

Great price!


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This has come up in a couple of threads: Neither the 6703 or 6753 have bluetooth or any difference in HDMI, have a look at the two user manuals on the Philips site. This came up on the 65" thread late last week. The stand/colour are the differences, in spite of what one TV comparison site says

6703 - download.p4c.philips.com/fil…pdf

6753 - download.p4c.philips.com/fil…pdf

Re: HDMI, you may want to consider the devices you're plugging in. I have an AV receiver and very limited HDR equipment (I don't believe my Fire TV gen 2 box supports HDR, and only supports 4k @ 30hz. The Virgin V6 box may support a little bit more).

The issue with these Philips ones is that if you have an A/V receiver, and all your HDMIs are plugged into there, only sending one HDMI to the telly, you have to make a decision between:

HDMI1 - can send audio back via ARC, but can't play HDR or 4k 60hz.
HDMI2 - can play HDR or 4k 60hz, but won't sent TV audio back via ARC.

ARC = Audio Return Channel - it sends audio from the TV back to your receiver/sound bar. So if you're using inbuilt apps on the TV for example.

As a workaround, I've plugged an S/PDIF cable into the optical out on the telly and that'll go into my Marantz NR1508.

The Philips Android sets have ARC on multiple HDMI sockets, I believe.

Still, quite happy with ours so far, though I need to get it all set up properly.


Edited by: "Bossworld" 14th Jun
Bossworld14/06/2019 15:08

If you can wall mount, the ambilight on this is great. Think it still …If you can wall mount, the ambilight on this is great. Think it still works just on a stand.Great price!---This has come up in a couple of threads: Neither the 6703 or 6753 have bluetooth or any difference in HDMI, have a look at the two user manuals on the Philips site. This came up on the 65" thread late last week. The stand/colour are the differences, in spite of what one TV comparison site says6703 - https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/4/43pus6703_12/43pus6703_12_dfu_eng.pdf6753 - https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/5/55pus6753_12/55pus6753_12_dfu_eng.pdfRe: HDMI, you may want to consider the devices you're plugging in. I have an AV receiver and very limited HDR equipment (I don't believe my Fire TV gen 2 box supports HDR, and only supports 4k @ 30hz. The Virgin V6 box may support a little bit more).The issue with these Philips ones is that if you have an A/V receiver, and all your HDMIs are plugged into there, only sending one HDMI to the telly, you have to make a decision between:HDMI1 - can send audio back via ARC, but can't play HDR or 4k 60hz.HDMI2 - can play HDR or 4k 60hz, but won't sent TV audio back via ARC.ARC = Audio Return Channel - it sends audio from the TV back to your receiver/sound bar. So if you're using inbuilt apps on the TV for example.As a workaround, I've plugged an S/PDIF cable into the optical out on the telly and that'll go into my Marantz NR1508.The Philips Android sets have ARC on multiple HDMI sockets, I believe.Still, quite happy with ours so far, though I need to get it all set up properly.[Image]


The ideal distance from the wall is 15cm ( According to Philips)
I had mine on the wall but put it on a stand as the ambilight just didn't look right. Looks much better on a stand.

You could get a pull out wall bracket if you must have it on the wall.
Something like this
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Catnap4514/06/2019 15:45

The ideal distance from the wall is 15cm ( According to Philips) I had …The ideal distance from the wall is 15cm ( According to Philips) I had mine on the wall but put it on a stand as the ambilight just didn't look right. Looks much better on a stand. You could get a pull out wall bracket if you must have it on the wall. Something like this[Image]


I fear that might bring down the chimney breast lol. Very happy with the slim mount I've got
Catnap4514/06/2019 15:45

The ideal distance from the wall is 15cm ( According to Philips) I had …The ideal distance from the wall is 15cm ( According to Philips) I had mine on the wall but put it on a stand as the ambilight just didn't look right. Looks much better on a stand. You could get a pull out wall bracket if you must have it on the wall. Something like this[Image]


I see your point though

Got one of these.. great value for money
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