Philips 55PUS6272 55 Inch 4K UHD Ambilight Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV £449.10 @ Argos eBay
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Philips 55PUS6272 55 Inch 4K UHD Ambilight Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV £449.10 @ Argos eBay

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Not bad, but 50 quid dearer than a couple of weeks ago
Edited by: "FinbarMcDougal" 27th Jun
FinbarMcDougal2 m ago

Not bad, but 50 quid dearer than a couple of weeks ago


Don't think this model was ever £400 but I stand to be corrected.
It’s been around this price for the last six months, looking at previous deals. Not voting either way, as it seems to be the going rate
Edited by: "mango.carrot" 27th Jun
i_need_bargains8 m ago

Don't think this model was ever £400 but I stand to be corrected.


it was 416.50 with code stack and England going through. Still a good deal at this price.
John_Small2 m ago

it was 416.50 with code stack and England going through. Still a good deal …it was 416.50 with code stack and England going through. Still a good deal at this price.


Yeah I saw that with a few hoops to jump through to get it at that price.
mango.carrot5 m ago

It’s been around this price for the last six months, looking at previous d …It’s been around this price for the last six months, looking at previous deals. Not voting either way, as it seems to be the going rate


Actually it's been around £500 and dropping only when there has been an offer.
i_need_bargains17 m ago

Don't think this model was ever £400 but I stand to be corrected.


Apologies to the OP, it was the 50" that was 399. Sorry!
The RRP of Philips Ambilight TVs are great value anyway so to get a discount is always very welcome. 55 inch, 4K AND 3-sided Ambilight for less than 450 quid? No-brainer. Heat added. Unlike most competitors Philips also offer a standard 2 year manufacturer guarantee. Now all we want is for John Lewis to start stocking them......
Edited by: "bellboys" 27th Jun
Hot from me 🔥
I bought one last year the quality and price is very good im so happy about my purchase and philips brand
I have the 50" , im in love, but mad looking the 65" been trying to sell my 50" but no luck as recently the 65" was £550 i think around on a previous post
My suggestion : Don't buy this TV at all, I bought it and returned within a week. Multiple Reasons :
1. Linux based interface, very less apps
2. Picture quality is not great, nothing compared to Samsung or LG
3. Interface sucks and hangs quite often

Only good thing is ambilight but charm goes away in a week and you can't watch TV with your lights off always.
Edited by: "varunrajism" 27th Jun
varunrajism4 m ago

My suggestion : Don't buy this TV at all, I bought it and returned within …My suggestion : Don't buy this TV at all, I bought it and returned within a week. Multiple Reasons :1. Linux based interface, very less apps2. Picture quality is not great, nothing compared to Samsung or LG3. Interface sucks and hangs quite oftenOnly good thing is ambilight but charm goes away in a week and you can't watch TV with your lights off always.


All ambilight is for is to reduce eye strain in dim lit conditions, it's not for show.
LazybeatX1 m ago

All ambilight is for is to reduce eye strain in dim lit conditions, it's …All ambilight is for is to reduce eye strain in dim lit conditions, it's not for show.


If not then why did they give all these options for disco lighting, police siren etc.
varunrajism2 m ago

If not then why did they give all these options for disco lighting, police …If not then why did they give all these options for disco lighting, police siren etc.


Ha ha there may be silly options like that but the core function is to reduce eye strain. Still can't see how much eye strain gets reduced with police lights flashing in the front room
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 27th Jun
Had this TV for two years, love the android part built in... That's about it, I've started to get dark spots on the screen now and been told it's not covered by the two year warranty as all lcd tvs do it after a while.... So disappointing from Phillips, will be going back to Samsung/LG for next TV.
Oh and the ambilight is cool.
Is it possible to buy ambilight 'kits' that work on normal TVs?
FrugalFergal48 m ago

Is it possible to buy ambilight 'kits' that work on normal TVs?


Literally paste that into Google and you have the first result as an answer...
FrugalFergal2 h, 30 m ago

Is it possible to buy ambilight 'kits' that work on normal TVs?


You can buy strips of LEDs to create bias lighting, but you won't get something that follows the picture like Ambilight does. There have been a couple of efforts to do so, but they've been clumsy and latency-ridden. Of course, if you just want some gentle bias lighting to improve perceived contrast, they're absolutely fine.
Hi all, can anyone recommend a decent 40-43” smart TV for under £400ish. Thanks
Confused if I need to cancel Panasonic TX50EX700B and go for this. Any suggestions on real life pros/cons ?
varunrajism8 h, 49 m ago

My suggestion : Don't buy this TV at all, I bought it and returned within …My suggestion : Don't buy this TV at all, I bought it and returned within a week. Multiple Reasons :1. Linux based interface, very less apps2. Picture quality is not great, nothing compared to Samsung or LG3. Interface sucks and hangs quite oftenOnly good thing is ambilight but charm goes away in a week and you can't watch TV with your lights off always.


Can't watch your TV without lights on?
Sugar.....looks like I've been watching movies wrong all my life!
FrugalFergal8 h, 4 m ago

Is it possible to buy ambilight 'kits' that work on normal TVs?


dreamscreen
adam.holton8 h, 38 m ago

Hi all, can anyone recommend a decent 40-43” smart TV for under £400ish. Th …Hi all, can anyone recommend a decent 40-43” smart TV for under £400ish. Thanks


There's much info on the net. not sure but. this is new and might be worth a look TCL 43DP608
adam.holton9 h, 10 m ago

Hi all, can anyone recommend a decent 40-43” smart TV for under £400ish. Th …Hi all, can anyone recommend a decent 40-43” smart TV for under £400ish. Thanks


Or maybe 40mu6120 samsung
i_need_bargains11 h, 32 m ago

Yeah I saw that with a few hoops to jump through to get it at that price.

lol that was my deal...and it honestly wasnt that bad. Initially, I got them to unbox it for me in Argos, so I could have a butchers, and nearly went back and bought it at £499.99.

But kept seeing ridiculous deals for other tellys, & found a voucher cloud £30 deal on TV>55", from AO & that was pretty much it !

I went to the AO site via TCB (2.5% CB), and input £30 off voucher code, + AO had a £20 refund offer (automatically applied if England go through), and when you confirm the order at the end they offered a further £20 refund, if you agreed to take a call (no obligation to buy) from their extended warranty team. Job Done.

Having said that though, ***my deal here*** is no longer available at that price, and if this is the next best offer available, I'd say its still a bargain at the price
LazybeatX11 h, 41 m ago

All ambilight is for is to reduce eye strain in dim lit conditions, it's …All ambilight is for is to reduce eye strain in dim lit conditions, it's not for show.

Every word of that sentence is complete and utter nonsense. Well done!
FinbarMcDougal26 m ago

Every word of that sentence is complete and utter nonsense. Well done!


Oh Finbar, go back to bed and watch ya favourite movie again, A.S.S VENTURA, CRACK DETECTIVE.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 28th Jun
LazybeatX35 m ago

Oh Finbar, go back to bed and … Oh Finbar, go back to bed and watch ya favourite movie again, A.S.S VENTURA, CRACK DETECTIVE.


Sorry, but I couldn't make any sense of that sentence either.
FinbarMcDougal9 m ago

Sorry, but I couldn't make any sense of that sentence either.

It's probably for the best. You did understand that sentence didn't you?
LazybeatX21 m ago

It's probably for the best. You did understand that sentence didn't you? …It's probably for the best. You did understand that sentence didn't you?


All I understand is that you know nothing about Ambilight. But that's good enough for me. Have a nice day.
Aretak9 h, 40 m ago

You can buy strips of LEDs to create bias lighting, but you won't get …You can buy strips of LEDs to create bias lighting, but you won't get something that follows the picture like Ambilight does. There have been a couple of efforts to do so, but they've been clumsy and latency-ridden. Of course, if you just want some gentle bias lighting to improve perceived contrast, they're absolutely fine.


It's coming soon:

Philips Hue Entertainment Development kit.
FinbarMcDougal17 m ago

All I understand is that you know nothing about Ambilight. But that's good …All I understand is that you know nothing about Ambilight. But that's good enough for me. Have a nice day.

Thanks I definitely will.
Shovon28 m ago

It's coming soon:Philips Hue Entertainment Development kit.


Still requires the hardware vendor to implement the software support to make it all work though. It's not just a universal plug and play solution, and Razer is the only company mentioned as having pledged support so far. I'd be surprised if any other TV manufacturer bothered to do so to be honest.
Edited by: "Aretak" 28th Jun
very good value, just wish if it could have been VA panel rather than IPS
The E-bay auction title says HDR, but the Philips website doesn't mention it?
krisb1701d1 h, 2 m ago

The E-bay auction title says HDR, but the Philips website doesn't mention …The E-bay auction title says HDR, but the Philips website doesn't mention it?


How strange, it does accept HDR signal
I have a feeling TPVision (Philips new owners) will licence the Ambilight system to other manufacturers when the patent has a few years left to run. Could prove a money-spinner even though it will take away their TV's USP.
Edited by: "bellboys" 28th Jun
bluecityste13 h, 7 m ago

Can't watch your TV without lights on?Sugar.....looks like I've been …Can't watch your TV without lights on?Sugar.....looks like I've been watching movies wrong all my life!


Not saying you can't, but you don't always have to make your living room a movie theatre to watch TV.
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