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PHILIPS 55OLED903/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Soundbar £1499 plus £200 cashback with fibre broadband @ Currys
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PHILIPS 55OLED903/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Soundbar £1499 plus £200 cashback with fibre broadband @ Currys

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Seems to get extremely good reviews.

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  • 4K Ultra HD Premium Certified with HDR10+
  • Picture quality: 4500 PPI
  • Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with Google Assistant
  • Twin Freeview HD
  • HDMI 2.0 x 2 / HDMI 1.4 x 2

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It's a very limited audience that's gonna be looking for a new OLED TV and taking out a new broadband package at the same time. Otherwise it's the regular price.
Got this TV from John Lewis a 2 weeks back. It's very good, ambilight is very good.
spoon_200003/07/2019 19:52

Got this TV from John Lewis a 2 weeks back. It's very good, ambilight is …Got this TV from John Lewis a 2 weeks back. It's very good, ambilight is very good.


Yep, it's a superb telly, gets great reviews everywhere. I'd love one to go with my Hue set up but can't justify it on that basis alone. It would only be part time, my main telly is an LG OLED.
1.5% Topcashback = £22.49 off so potentially £1476.51.
Excellent TV, hopefully the 65" drops significantly in price as well
deeky03/07/2019 19:55

Yep, it's a superb telly, gets great reviews everywhere. I'd love one to …Yep, it's a superb telly, gets great reviews everywhere. I'd love one to go with my Hue set up but can't justify it on that basis alone. It would only be part time, my main telly is an LG OLED.



Got to be cheaper then buying 4 hue light strips
  • HDMI 2.0 x 2 / HDMI 1.4 x 2
Is this the 2019 version then?
daz_7503/07/2019 21:59

Is this the 2019 version then?


No. That's out in October. 804/854 poss 904

Annoyingly it was announced in January and supposed to be released in July along with the 7304 LCD sets but they've been held back.

804 and up has hdr10+ and Dolby vision, even better processing as well as 1000nits brightness, so looks epic, but also likely to launch at £2500.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 3rd Jul
jaydeeuk103/07/2019 23:10

No. That's out in October. 804/854 poss 904Annoyingly it was announced in …No. That's out in October. 804/854 poss 904Annoyingly it was announced in January and supposed to be released in July along with the 7304 LCD sets but they've been held back.804 and up has hdr10+ and Dolby vision, even better processing as well as 1000nits brightness, so looks epic, but also likely to launch at £2500.


Don't understand why you'd pay £550 more the a b8 and £450 more than a c8 for some lights?
daz_7504/07/2019 01:06

Don't understand why you'd pay £550 more the a b8 and £450 more than a c8 …Don't understand why you'd pay £550 more the a b8 and £450 more than a c8 for some lights?


Well it's lights, better HDR support (not that anyone uses hdr10+) a better brighter panel and better processing. But no, I wouldn't pay more than £2k for it.
jaydeeuk104/07/2019 07:04

Well it's lights, better HDR support (not that anyone uses hdr10+) a …Well it's lights, better HDR support (not that anyone uses hdr10+) a better brighter panel and better processing. But no, I wouldn't pay more than £2k for it.


Ok thanks for the info. Not sure how the panel can be better than the LG when it's the same panel.
I know this is the one that won the blind test on avforums but I believe it was marginal over the others. I do like the lights though although I've never seen them in use
daz_7504/07/2019 07:36

Ok thanks for the info. Not sure how the panel can be better than the LG …Ok thanks for the info. Not sure how the panel can be better than the LG when it's the same panel.I know this is the one that won the blind test on avforums but I believe it was marginal over the others. I do like the lights though although I've never seen them in use


Same panels, different software so difference can be huge. Lg has the worst motion handling in most tests which is why I'm holding off for further drops on the sony.
BenRC04/07/2019 07:44

Same panels, different software so difference can be huge. Lg has the …Same panels, different software so difference can be huge. Lg has the worst motion handling in most tests which is why I'm holding off for further drops on the sony.


I guess these none lg ones will always be pricerier as they have to pay LG for the panels
daz_7504/07/2019 08:03

I guess these none lg ones will always be pricerier as they have to pay LG …I guess these none lg ones will always be pricerier as they have to pay LG for the panels


Pay more ... They are not FOC to LG!!
bluefish230304/07/2019 08:52

Pay more ... They are not FOC to LG!!


I'm guessing the don't sell them at cost price to other companies tho
daz_7504/07/2019 09:05

I'm guessing the don't sell them at cost price to other companies tho


LOL
daz_7504/07/2019 08:03

I guess these none lg ones will always be pricerier as they have to pay LG …I guess these none lg ones will always be pricerier as they have to pay LG for the panels


LG Display make the panels, LG electronics are the ones who sell the TVs. Different companies, despite the name, so they'll be paying about the same as panasonic, sony or philips depending on volume.

Ambilight is awesome, makes more of a difference to viewing than HDR - especially at night.
I got the 803 for £1100, still having slight reservations with lack of Dolby vision, although the difference in the dynamic hdr vs hdr10 seems minimal and perhaps made up with the Philip's processing.

However I have a feeling the jump from my 8 year old 3d plasma will be so significant I wont care!
jaydeeuk104/07/2019 09:34

LG Display make the panels, LG electronics are the ones who sell the TVs. …LG Display make the panels, LG electronics are the ones who sell the TVs. Different companies, despite the name, so they'll be paying about the same as panasonic, sony or philips depending on volume. Ambilight is awesome, makes more of a difference to viewing than HDR - especially at night.


Assume £450 for some lights is a tad excessive tho 😁
daz_7504/07/2019 01:06

Don't understand why you'd pay £550 more the a b8 and £450 more than a c8 …Don't understand why you'd pay £550 more the a b8 and £450 more than a c8 for some lights?


What about the B&W sound?
deeky04/07/2019 18:39

What about the B&W sound?


Is that better than Dolby atmos?
daz_7504/07/2019 18:54

Is that better than Dolby atmos?


Dolby Atmos is just a format like Dolby Digital etc, it features down-firing sound in a proper amp/speaker set up. Bowers & Wilkins make high quality audio equipment.

dolby.com/us/…tml

bowerswilkins.com/en-gb
Edited by: "deeky" 4th Jul
daz_7504/07/2019 07:36

Ok thanks for the info. Not sure how the panel can be better than the LG …Ok thanks for the info. Not sure how the panel can be better than the LG when it's the same panel.I know this is the one that won the blind test on avforums but I believe it was marginal over the others. I do like the lights though although I've never seen them in use


The processors are proprietary systems which set each of the brands apart not the display panel itself, Philips has the P5, Sony the X1 Pro and Panasonic HCX2 and LG Alpha 9.

The panel here is driven by the processing and the P5 in the Philips is one of the best in the business right now.
deeky04/07/2019 18:59

Dolby Atmos is just a format like Dolby Digital etc, it features …Dolby Atmos is just a format like Dolby Digital etc, it features down-firing sound in a proper amp/speaker set up. Bowers & Wilkins make high quality audio equipment.https://www.dolby.com/us/en/brands/dolby-atmos.htmlhttps://www.bowerswilkins.com/en-gb


Ok thanks for the info. On a sound bar any way
ekko.star04/07/2019 20:32

The processors are proprietary systems which set each of the brands apart …The processors are proprietary systems which set each of the brands apart not the display panel itself, Philips has the P5, Sony the X1 Pro and Panasonic HCX2 and LG Alpha 9.The panel here is driven by the processing and the P5 in the Philips is one of the best in the business right now.


Yeah no doubt it's good and like I said won the avforums test but by a close margin. Certainly not £500 worth of margin for me tho
daz_7504/07/2019 21:05

Yeah no doubt it's good and like I said won the avforums test but by a …Yeah no doubt it's good and like I said won the avforums test but by a close margin. Certainly not £500 worth of margin for me tho


For casual viewers all OLED's are impressive.

However for videophiles a close margin can be the equivalent of a mile and motion processing is a biggie. They will pay the premium for it.
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