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Philips 50PUS7383/12 50" 3 Sided Ambilight 4K UHD TV with HDR10/HLG £404.10 / 43PUS7383/12 43" £359.10 with code @ AO
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Philips 50PUS7383/12 50" 3 Sided Ambilight 4K UHD TV with HDR10/HLG £404.10 / 43PUS7383/12 43" £359.10 with code @ AO

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Posted 18th Jul

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tassoguy18/07/2019 14:09

Guys, this tv or the Hisense H50U7AUKwhich is better? Thanks in advance


In terms of basic picture quality it's going be much of a muchness, though this does have Philips' P5 chip that's rated quite highly and also used in their top end TVs like their OLEDs. It should beat the Hisense for things like motion handling (especially if you use interpolation). This has a much better smart TV system too (certainly in terms of app choice), plus Ambilight, which is what sets Philips TVs in this price range apart from the pack IMO. Even if you don't want to have it turning your room into a disco, setting it as gentle bias lighting perceptually improves the black levels of the TV and provides a more pleasing image in a darker room. You can buy kits to add a similar effect to other TVs, but having it built-in and fully controllable via the TV itself is a real nice bonus.

tom619518/07/2019 14:16

Does it support bbc iplayer UHD?


It should do. It isn't specifically listed on the BBC site as a compatible model, but essentially every other Philips TV is and this uses the same version of Android as those, so it will be the same app.
Edited by: "Aretak" 18th Jul
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Great price great tv
any credible reviews?
tom619518/07/2019 13:47

any credible reviews?


There are some reviews of the 6703 and 6753 around, which rated those highly even when they cost more than this does now. This is essentially the same TV, but with an upgraded image processor (so it should have sharper upscaling and better motion handling for example), plus Android TV instead of Philips' own smart TV system. It's the same 8-bit VA panel though, and still just a basic direct-lit LED system with no local dimming that tops out at ~350 nits, so it's better to just forget about HDR and consider it an excellent SDR TV. For this price you can't really complain though.
Aretak18/07/2019 14:01

There are some reviews of the 6703 and 6753 around, which rated those …There are some reviews of the 6703 and 6753 around, which rated those highly even when they cost more than this does now. This is essentially the same TV, but with an upgraded image processor (so it should have sharper upscaling and better motion handling for example), plus Android TV instead of Philips' own smart TV system. It's the same 8-bit VA panel though, and still just a basic direct-lit LED system with no local dimming that tops out at ~350 nits, so it's better to just forget about HDR and consider it an excellent SDR TV. For this price you can't really complain though.


Sounds good, I'm tempted!
Guys, this tv or the Hisense H50U7AUK

which is better? Thanks in advance
Does it support bbc iplayer UHD?
tassoguy18/07/2019 14:09

Guys, this tv or the Hisense H50U7AUKwhich is better? Thanks in advance


In terms of basic picture quality it's going be much of a muchness, though this does have Philips' P5 chip that's rated quite highly and also used in their top end TVs like their OLEDs. It should beat the Hisense for things like motion handling (especially if you use interpolation). This has a much better smart TV system too (certainly in terms of app choice), plus Ambilight, which is what sets Philips TVs in this price range apart from the pack IMO. Even if you don't want to have it turning your room into a disco, setting it as gentle bias lighting perceptually improves the black levels of the TV and provides a more pleasing image in a darker room. You can buy kits to add a similar effect to other TVs, but having it built-in and fully controllable via the TV itself is a real nice bonus.

tom619518/07/2019 14:16

Does it support bbc iplayer UHD?


It should do. It isn't specifically listed on the BBC site as a compatible model, but essentially every other Philips TV is and this uses the same version of Android as those, so it will be the same app.
Edited by: "Aretak" 18th Jul
Aretak your a gentleman thanks
I have this TV and I highly rate it. Worth getting a 4K fire stick to go with it though, as the built in Android system doesn’t have many apps. Put the two together and it’s perfect!
Anyone know how this compares to the 7303? I just ordered (similar price) but not dispatched yet.
How many years warranty do you get?
crazymacaque18/07/2019 15:53

Anyone know how this compares to the 7303? I just ordered (similar price) …Anyone know how this compares to the 7303? I just ordered (similar price) but not dispatched yet.


Just a different colour, this one is metallic silver
tom619518/07/2019 16:02

How many years warranty do you get?


2 with Philips I believe
is it worth paying extra £70 and getting the 55inch model ? 55PUS7383?
olivarrr18/07/2019 15:45

I have this TV and I highly rate it. Worth getting a 4K fire stick to go …I have this TV and I highly rate it. Worth getting a 4K fire stick to go with it though, as the built in Android system doesn’t have many apps. Put the two together and it’s perfect!


What's the picture like from an angle pls?
"Ultra Slim" are not words i would choose to describe this Tv.
mattster18/07/2019 17:31

What's the picture like from an angle pls?


It's poor. Colours are washed out. See the comment I posted on the other deal for this TV.

Any TV with a VA panel will have poor viewing angles, apart from the high end QLED TV's from Samsung. IPS panels have good viewing angles, but it's worse in almost every other area compared to VA.
Free google home mini with this TV as well.
I bought this TV recently and was surprised how good the picture is. Love the ambilight too.
I have this television and whilst the picture is fine, the rest of it is rubbish. I have complained to Philips and got virtually no help to my problems. The remote is poor especially on turning on, most times have to walk up to screen. It's the dumbest smart television I've ever had. If you use the freesat, it tunes about 500 channels and then you have to manually delete each channel. Also claims some free channels are not available. The decoder for any NAS you have attached is shocking. Iplayer etc is jerky will tiny drop outs every now and then, (no it's not my wifi, I have tried it on an ethernet connection, and router is fine) It is a pain in the neck. If I can put one person of buying this I have done a good deed. I have 3 other smart TV in the house of varying ages none as thick as this, my toaster has more intelligence.
jools1918/07/2019 20:12

Free google home mini with this TV as well.


You have to use a code to get that free but you can only put one code in at the checkout
redford18/07/2019 20:38

I have this television and whilst the picture is fine, the rest of it is …I have this television and whilst the picture is fine, the rest of it is rubbish. I have complained to Philips and got virtually no help to my problems. The remote is poor especially on turning on, most times have to walk up to screen. It's the dumbest smart television I've ever had. If you use the freesat, it tunes about 500 channels and then you have to manually delete each channel. Also claims some free channels are not available. The decoder for any NAS you have attached is shocking. Iplayer etc is jerky will tiny drop outs every now and then, (no it's not my wifi, I have tried it on an ethernet connection, and router is fine) It is a pain in the neck. If I can put one person of buying this I have done a good deed. I have 3 other smart TV in the house of varying ages none as thick as this, my toaster has more intelligence.


I won't even lie, I have the Philips 50PUS6272 and the thing turns itself on and off sometimes when I try to load up apps like Netflix I love the picture quality and Ambilight but I agree, dumbest 'smart' TV ever
redford18/07/2019 20:38

I have this television and whilst the picture is fine, the rest of it is …I have this television and whilst the picture is fine, the rest of it is rubbish. I have complained to Philips and got virtually no help to my problems. The remote is poor especially on turning on, most times have to walk up to screen. It's the dumbest smart television I've ever had. If you use the freesat, it tunes about 500 channels and then you have to manually delete each channel. Also claims some free channels are not available. The decoder for any NAS you have attached is shocking. Iplayer etc is jerky will tiny drop outs every now and then, (no it's not my wifi, I have tried it on an ethernet connection, and router is fine) It is a pain in the neck. If I can put one person of buying this I have done a good deed. I have 3 other smart TV in the house of varying ages none as thick as this, my toaster has more intelligence.


Sounds very much like you may have a faulty one
This has increased to 499 for the 43 inch version. Wondering if the 43 inch will ever be sub 360 soon?
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