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Philips 55OLED754 55” Oled TV with Ambilight and 6yr warranty £989 @ Richer Sounds
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Philips 55OLED754 55” Oled TV with Ambilight and 6yr warranty £989 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 25th Dec 2019Available: National
* Get a half-price Philips TAPB603 Dolby Atmos soundbar with this TV. Click here for package details. Offer available in-store, online or via Telesales, ends 08.01.2020. Offer excludes Clearance, Refurbished and Open Box products.

Scintillating OLED picture, Alexa voice control and SAPHI smart tech all come together to make the Philips 55OLED754 a clear class favourite.

Picture perfected with the Philips P5 Perfect Picture Engine
With the Philips P5 Perfect Picture Engine at its heart, the 55OLED754 delivers stunning image quality. Enjoy the deepest blacks and the brightest whites, the most vivid, brilliant colours and natural, lifelike skin tones. You also get Philips’ most fluid, razor sharp pictures with incredible detail and depth, in sport, movie, or any other genres - every time and from any source.

Total immersion with Ambilight 3-sided
Unique to Philips, Ambilight technology expands the picture’s presence, giving a more immersive and engaging experience. With intelligent LEDs around the top and sides of the TV, colour from the picture is cast into the room – in real time. Colour, vibrancy and excitement move beyond the screen and into your living room to bring you a viewing experience beyond the ordinary.

OLED TV
Delivering the ultimate picture quality, this Philips TV uses OLED technology. Unlike conventional LED TVs, OLED doesn't need a backlight. Each pixel makes its own colour and light. When they are turned off, they are completely black. With deeper blacks you get enhanced colours and astonishing contrast that allows you to enjoy the purest, most lifelike image.

Get the best from HDR with HDR10+ and WCG 99%
For the highest quality picture, HDR10+ offers scene-by-scene HDR mastering for the truest, most accurate HDR picture technology to date. With HDR10+ each scene is optimised, meaning the maximum amount of detail is shown – even in the brightest or darkest moments. Combined with Wide Colour Gamut at 99%, this Philips OLED TV produces stunning image realism. The 55OLED754 also supports standard HDR10 and HLG formats.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
As well as supporting HDR10+, the 55OLED754 is also compatible with Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas around the world. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content.

Dolby Atmos compatible sound
With a Dolby Atmos processor built-in, the Philips 55OLED754 decodes Atmos sound tracks - giving you the potential for an even more immersive sound. Featuring a built-in 2.1 speaker set-up with subwoofer and a 40 watt amp, it provides powerful, well-rounded sound.

Voice control with Alexa built-in
New to this TV is voice control via Alexa. With Alexa built-in, you simply speak into the remote to make function changes. Switch channel, change source or even adjust your lighting and thermostat, all by simply asking Alexa. Controlling your smart home just got easier, with Alexa built-in.

Smarter TV from SAPHI
Packing the latest SAPHI smart system, powered by a Quad Core processor, this Philips 55” OLED TV is a slick performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube the BBC iPlayer and more. A built-in web browser lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

All the connections
With four HDMI sockets and host of other connectivity, the 55OLED754 easily becomes the heart of your home entertainment. Use the HDCP2.2 compatible sockets to connect your UHD Blu-ray player, games console, set-top box and still have a spare. The RCA component input is ideal for older games consoles and DVD players and is harder to find on many modern TVs. Twin USB sockets are perfect for media devices and even let you record onto a compatible device as a PVR (Personal Video Recorder).

Upgrade to TV perfection, with the Philips 55OLED754.

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39 Comments
Great price for a great TV. Why do websites omit satellite connection from their blurb? It’s probably important to know for all those ex sky customers.
Looks like OLEDs are beginning to drop below a grand. My old Samsung Plasma is going strong still; I might make the jump at some-point and skip LCD/LED entirely. Any forecast on whether these will crash lower? I'm in no rush to buy.
Edited by: "schmoog" 25th Dec 2019
schmoog25/12/2019 08:37

Looks like OLEDs are beginning to drop below a grand. My old Samsung …Looks like OLEDs are beginning to drop below a grand. My old Samsung Plasma is going strong still; I might make the jump at some-point and skip LCD/LED entirely. Any forecast on whether these will crash lower? I'm in no rush to buy.


These would most likely go lower in couple of months time as they release 2020 models. May drop down to the £800 mark for entry level oleds I presume.
I love Ambilight. Have it on my main TV and it really does add to the experience.
gintovarghese25/12/2019 08:43

These would most likely go lower in couple of months time as they release …These would most likely go lower in couple of months time as they release 2020 models. May drop down to the £800 mark for entry level oleds I presume.


Thanks for the input . I'll probably hold off until there's hotter competition. The Ambilight makes it really tempting. I had a look around and there's only one review for this TV and it's in Italian. OLED is still pretty young so I'll probably wait for it to dip further.
schmoog25/12/2019 09:00

Thanks for the input . I'll probably hold off until there's hotter …Thanks for the input . I'll probably hold off until there's hotter competition. The Ambilight makes it really tempting. I had a look around and there's only one review for this TV and it's in Italian. OLED is still pretty young so I'll probably wait for it to dip further.


If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k panel?
Gumbon25/12/2019 09:21

If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k …If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k panel?


Surely a better TV panel & up scaling is more essential if the broadcast is poorer. Anyway better pictures on satellite than through nowtv boxes
Gumbon25/12/2019 09:21

If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k …If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k panel?


I don't have any form satellite/terrestrial/cable; it's all Netflix, Prime, Blu-Ray and whatnot (cleaner sources than broadcast compression). Most of the stuff I watch is 1080p but that's predominantly because that's what my current panel supports. I'd jump to 4K only if there was glaringly obvious artefacts on the screen. But I sit pretty close on a rug, so there probably would be
schmoog25/12/2019 09:32

I don't have any form satellite/terrestrial/cable; it's all Netflix, Prime, …I don't have any form satellite/terrestrial/cable; it's all Netflix, Prime, Blu-Ray and whatnot (cleaner sources than broadcast compression). Most of the stuff I watch is 1080p but that's predominantly because that's what my current panel supports. I'd jump to 4K only if there was glaringly obvious artefacts on the screen. But I sit pretty close on a rug, so there probably would be


Sit no closer than 5ft and picture will be crystal clear on native 4k
Cracking deal
Not sure about this TV, the 804 seems like a good TV but still not much reviews about this TV.

It would seem only that it doesn't have android versus the 804, which doesn't really matter that much, because you can use setup boxes, fire sticks, apple tv etc, as the smart interfaces built into TV's generally suffer, particularly over time when they stop getting software updates and then also it has the older p5 picture processing chip, which is from last year (On no!), last years models got fantastic reviews.

However the one review I could find was from Which? Which didn't seem to rate it that highly. I'm trying to decide between this and the 804 or possibly the LG C9 but I quite want ambilight, there is the possibly of getting the LG and then getting a hue sync box as I already have a bunch of Hue lighting, but then I still feel it is not going to be as good and will only work for HDMI content passed through plus cost more. The benefit of the C9 is the 4.99 careplan from Currys that covers screen burn. Also I have 8% off at Currys should would prob buy from there and have the careplan to cover off the warranty.

To difficult to decide, same issue I had on black friday and hence why I am here again trying to know what is best heh!
Does the Samsung hAve eARC , afaik no Philips 2019 set does. Tech specs also say not DLNA compliant. Is there a 65” Also on offer?
Edited by: "GDawes" 25th Dec 2019
GDawes25/12/2019 11:30

Does the Samsung hAve eARC , afaik no Philips 2019 set does. Tech specs …Does the Samsung hAve eARC , afaik no Philips 2019 set does. Tech specs also say kit DLNA compliant. Is there a 65” Also on offer?


£1749 for 65"
ChildofChaos25/12/2019 11:13

Not sure about this TV, the 804 seems like a good TV but still not much …Not sure about this TV, the 804 seems like a good TV but still not much reviews about this TV. It would seem only that it doesn't have android versus the 804, which doesn't really matter that much, because you can use setup boxes, fire sticks, apple tv etc, as the smart interfaces built into TV's generally suffer, particularly over time when they stop getting software updates and then also it has the older p5 picture processing chip, which is from last year (On no!), last years models got fantastic reviews.However the one review I could find was from Which? Which didn't seem to rate it that highly. I'm trying to decide between this and the 804 or possibly the LG C9 but I quite want ambilight, there is the possibly of getting the LG and then getting a hue sync box as I already have a bunch of Hue lighting, but then I still feel it is not going to be as good and will only work for HDMI content passed through plus cost more. The benefit of the C9 is the 4.99 careplan from Currys that covers screen burn. Also I have 8% off at Currys should would prob buy from there and have the careplan to cover off the warranty.To difficult to decide, same issue I had on black friday and hence why I am here again trying to know what is best heh!


There's the Italian review I hyperlinked a few posts back. It's got some technical insight into the panel's quality - but nothing as comprehensive as some websites. Just use Google translate
gintovarghese25/12/2019 08:43

These would most likely go lower in couple of months time as they release …These would most likely go lower in couple of months time as they release 2020 models. May drop down to the £800 mark for entry level oleds I presume.



I managed to pick up the 7002 ambilight model for £800 on prime day, was posted on here but didn’t seem to get hot
Was looking for the newer models like the 804
But i couldn’t resist a oled for that price, happy with my purchase
Also got a £50 credit because they messed up delivery
Got it for this price on Black Friday - very happy with it.
Gumbon25/12/2019 09:21

If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k …If your just watching freesat is there really and advantage vs a 400£ 4k panel?


This sounds like a very important point. Can you please elaborate gumbon. Is there any point when you can get a Hisense 65" 7300 model for £420 with 5yrs warranty?
dk14325/12/2019 17:20

Got it for this price on Black Friday - very happy with it.


Me too
Having bought 2 Philip's TVs I have to say the ambilight is awesome however the Menu interface is slow and lethargic and had my kids and me waiting too long for a response to almost all remote actions..
Dreadfull Tv's. Avoid
Merry screen burn in
Anyone know if richer sounds or John Lewis do interest free finance for their TVs?
ChildofChaos25/12/2019 11:13

Not sure about this TV, the 804 seems like a good TV but still not much …Not sure about this TV, the 804 seems like a good TV but still not much reviews about this TV. It would seem only that it doesn't have android versus the 804, which doesn't really matter that much, because you can use setup boxes, fire sticks, apple tv etc, as the smart interfaces built into TV's generally suffer, particularly over time when they stop getting software updates and then also it has the older p5 picture processing chip, which is from last year (On no!), last years models got fantastic reviews.However the one review I could find was from Which? Which didn't seem to rate it that highly. I'm trying to decide between this and the 804 or possibly the LG C9 but I quite want ambilight, there is the possibly of getting the LG and then getting a hue sync box as I already have a bunch of Hue lighting, but then I still feel it is not going to be as good and will only work for HDMI content passed through plus cost more. The benefit of the C9 is the 4.99 careplan from Currys that covers screen burn. Also I have 8% off at Currys should would prob buy from there and have the careplan to cover off the warranty.To difficult to decide, same issue I had on black friday and hence why I am here again trying to know what is best heh!


Hi what is the curry’s careplan? I cant see how this covers screen burn as all oled burn issues are famously not covered in the fine print? Would love to know tho.

Also this : theguardian.com/mon…aim
Edited by: "skeeter909" 26th Dec 2019
skeeter90926/12/2019 10:59

Hi what is the curry’s careplan? I cant see how this covers screen burn as …Hi what is the curry’s careplan? I cant see how this covers screen burn as all oled burn issues are famously not covered in the fine print? Would love to know tho.Also this : https://www.theguardian.com/money/2015/jan/15/currys-policy-plan-care-claim


They don't seem to list it for this TV and as they only sell online and not in stores and have there own repair centres that operate the care plan, i'm assuming it's because they don't repair this tv/don't have parts.

But there is someone on the LG C9 OLED thread here that says they called Currys several times and been told there warranty covers screen burn.
Got the son a 43 inch ambilight for Xmas and it’s exceptional.
Flashward25/12/2019 22:28

Dreadfull Tv's. Avoid


In what way? It uses one of the best available OLED panels ever made.
Edited by: "mikebo1" 26th Dec 2019
Which magazine do not seem to give this TV a good score, it's a shame they haven't reviewed an 804 to compared, on Specs alone it seems like it would be a pretty decent option, as it doesn't seem that much has been taken from the 804, but there is a lack of reviews.
Edited by: "ChildofChaos" 27th Dec 2019
ChildofChaos27/12/2019 00:08

Which magazine do not seem to give this TV a good score, it's a shame they …Which magazine do not seem to give this TV a good score, it's a shame they haven't reviewed an 804 to compared, on Specs along it seems like it would be a pretty decent option, but there is a lack of reviews.


Avforums podcast love the 804 and having just listened to the podcast I am getting pulled towards the 804 even more.
willevans71653327/12/2019 09:10

Avforums podcast love the 804 and having just listened to the podcast I am …Avforums podcast love the 804 and having just listened to the podcast I am getting pulled towards the 804 even more.


Yeah? I do like this TV, i'm having a hard time justifying the price though as the non OLED's from philips are less than half the price and seem to be fantastic TV's too, I should of thought more about this as the offers will likely stop soon and I didn't bite during black friday as i couldn't decide which one!
ChildofChaos27/12/2019 14:56

Yeah? I do like this TV, i'm having a hard time justifying the price …Yeah? I do like this TV, i'm having a hard time justifying the price though as the non OLED's from philips are less than half the price and seem to be fantastic TV's too, I should of thought more about this as the offers will likely stop soon and I didn't bite during black friday as i couldn't decide which one!


Exactly the same boat as you.
I really want oled, but if I got the 755 I would always be thinking I short changed myself against the 804.
paying 550 for the 8204 is the most sensible option and would do everything I need but not sure if it would feel like enough of an upgrade to keep me from itching to upgrade again in 6months time.
willevans71653327/12/2019 16:11

Exactly the same boat as you. I really want oled, but if I got the 755 I …Exactly the same boat as you. I really want oled, but if I got the 755 I would always be thinking I short changed myself against the 804.paying 550 for the 8204 is the most sensible option and would do everything I need but not sure if it would feel like enough of an upgrade to keep me from itching to upgrade again in 6months time.



Yeah the struggle is real.... if i was going OLED i would likely go for the 804, however I'm really not sure as the 8204 seems great and then I think well the 754 is not a huge amount more than the 8204 so it makes me start thinking about that and then i think well if i'm spending that much to get an OLED I maybe don't want to shortchange and get the lowest end one and just get the 804.

Personally i'm not upgrading, I don't have a TV in this room but I do use a 5k 27" iMac to watch things on. I have a 42" 720p Plasma elsewhere. I'm not sure how much TV I'm going to watch, which makes me wonder if OLED is overkill but then I just don't know... tough choice!
ChildofChaos27/12/2019 16:43

Yeah the struggle is real.... if i was going OLED i would likely go for …Yeah the struggle is real.... if i was going OLED i would likely go for the 804, however I'm really not sure as the 8204 seems great and then I think well the 754 is not a huge amount more than the 8204 so it makes me start thinking about that and then i think well if i'm spending that much to get an OLED I maybe don't want to shortchange and get the lowest end one and just get the 804. Personally i'm not upgrading, I don't have a TV in this room but I do use a 5k 27" iMac to watch things on. I have a 42" 720p Plasma elsewhere. I'm not sure how much TV I'm going to watch, which makes me wonder if OLED is overkill but then I just don't know... tough choice!


This will far far exceed any of the LCD models
daveh00725/12/2019 07:27

Great price for a great TV. Why do websites omit satellite connection from …Great price for a great TV. Why do websites omit satellite connection from their blurb? It’s probably important to know for all those ex sky customers.


Yeah I spotted there was a sat input on the back, so has this also got freesat built in?
whitey8228/12/2019 22:26

Yeah I spotted there was a sat input on the back, so has this also got …Yeah I spotted there was a sat input on the back, so has this also got freesat built in?


Philips & Sony both have satellite inputs but their tuners are not listed as freesat due to them being open to all Satellite transmissions not just free to air
OMG price gone up to £1,499
Hdmi 2.1 ?
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