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Philips 58 Inch 58PUS6203 Smart 4K LED TV with HDR £379 @ Argos
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Philips 58 Inch 58PUS6203 Smart 4K LED TV with HDR £379 @ Argos

£379£44916%Argos Deals
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Posted 28th Nov
Live 9pm - Decent enough set for those looking for TV on a lower budget.

Ultra Slim 4K UHD LED Smart TV with Pixel Precise UHD and Saphi system Enjoy the clarity of 4K UHD in a Smart TV that's brilliantly easy to use. Pixel Precise Ultra HD ensures everything looks smooth and sharp. SAPHI gives you instant access to favourite content: Netflix film night is just a button away.


LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Motion rate 800PQI.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Dimensions:

Screen size: 58 inches.
Size of TV H75.95, W130.21, D8.98cm.
Size of TV with stand: H78.19, W130.21, D24.13cm.
Weight of TV 15.2kg (unpackaged).
Weight of TV with stand: 15.5kg.
Footprint of TV 77.8cm.
Suitable for wall mounting 300 x 200 bracket.
Packaged size H75.95, W130.21, D8.98cm.
Packaged weight 19.6kg.
Sound quality:

Built-in audio sound system.
2 x 8 watt RMS power output.
Connectivity:

2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
Component video socket.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.
Optical connection.
S-Video socket.
Built in Wi-Fi.
Ethernet connection.
Remote control included.
Smart TV features:

Smart TV.
Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, youTube.
Internet browser.
Miracast.
Digital features:

Features USB recording.
Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
HDR - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
Aerial not required.
In the box: Remote Control, TV, Batteries, Power Cord, Starter Guide, Safety brochure, stand.
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A Phillips Tv without ambilight is like...
finish the sentence
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Lot of tv at that price. I've been so disappointed with the Hitachi equivalent that I'm reluctant to buy lesser brands. Heat nonetheless.

Probably say the 55in Linsar with 6year guarantee is better shot at £299
Edited by: "Joeaddo" 28th Nov
How do you get it for that price as it's £100 more when I go on the Argos site
Mark_Wick28/11/2019 19:31

How do you get it for that price as it's £100 more when I go on the Argos …How do you get it for that price as it's £100 more when I go on the Argos site


Not active yet. Active 9pm
Edited by: "Joeaddo" 28th Nov
Hi, can you see anything for the philips android tv ones, cheers.
A Phillips Tv without ambilight is like...
finish the sentence
Ah man, I really like big ones, but I just don't think I could handle this where I'd want to put it.
prometheusnx28/11/2019 19:59

Ah man, I really like big ones, but I just don't think I could handle this …Ah man, I really like big ones, but I just don't think I could handle this where I'd want to put it.


As the actress said to the Bishop...
Is phillips considered good?I just spotted this 50 inch 427, 55 inch 449. I think that's pretty good.
amazon.co.uk/Phi…-11

It's got HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, ambient lighting - im starting to be sold on it. I'm wondering what the ms lag is for gaming.
YasminVanBuren28/11/2019 22:08

Loving this one better!https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07RGPLGYG/ref=dp_cerb_3


If size matters to you, that one is 15 inches smaller.
Joeaddo28/11/2019 19:28

Lot of tv at that price. I've been so disappointed with the Hitachi …Lot of tv at that price. I've been so disappointed with the Hitachi equivalent that I'm reluctant to buy lesser brands. Heat nonetheless.Probably say the 55in Linsar with 6year guarantee is better shot at £299


Have you got a link please?
Joeaddo28/11/2019 22:44

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Cheers! I never heard of this make. Are they good? I don't know much about TVs and I need a replacement 55 inch for my TV and looking to spend around 380 max.
demosn28/11/2019 22:49

Cheers! I never heard of this make. Are they good? I don't know much about …Cheers! I never heard of this make. Are they good? I don't know much about TVs and I need a replacement 55 inch for my TV and looking to spend around 380 max.


I'm really not an expert, reviews appear mixed at least you've got the guarantee as back up. Also Richer Sounds are great with customer service so if you're not happy send it back I guess. They are lower end of the price range so won't be completely all singing all dancing but IMO serve a purpose.
fablanta28/11/2019 22:40

If size matters to you, that one is 15 inches smaller.


It's not the size that counts
Gave it a hot. But does anyone watch tv , is like desktop , obsolete technology. All use mobile or laptop hence video download or online are for small screens...
Days of big screen use to command 1500 plus now you can get a brand one for 500 lol
demosn29/11/2019 00:07

Size matters. Ask my wife


Just ignore the complaints of your wife. It's what you've got inside that matters
Edited by: "fablanta" 29th Nov
Bought for £369 off of amazon back in august...
demosn29/11/2019 00:07

Size matters. Ask my wife


I did, she said my TV was bigger
Richer Sounds have the 55" Philips with Ambilight for £400 with 6 year guarantee.
Joeaddo28/11/2019 19:28

Lot of tv at that price. I've been so disappointed with the Hitachi …Lot of tv at that price. I've been so disappointed with the Hitachi equivalent that I'm reluctant to buy lesser brands. Heat nonetheless.Probably say the 55in Linsar with 6year guarantee is better shot at £299


Hitachi are just a name to a cheap generic manufacturer (like sanyo blaupunkt etc). Probably the same as Linsar (not heard of them) phillips are a proper manufacturer making their own equipment. Very good deal IMO
prometheusnx28/11/2019 19:59

Ah man, I really like big ones, but I just don't think I could handle this …Ah man, I really like big ones, but I just don't think I could handle this where I'd want to put it.


That's what she said ....
FlyingPotato29/11/2019 04:26

Hitachi are just a name to a cheap generic manufacturer (like sanyo …Hitachi are just a name to a cheap generic manufacturer (like sanyo blaupunkt etc). Probably the same as Linsar (not heard of them) phillips are a proper manufacturer making their own equipment. Very good deal IMO


I think that these “Phillips” TVs have Samsung panels
Bad reviews on this those
FlyingPotato29/11/2019 04:26

Hitachi are just a name to a cheap generic manufacturer (like sanyo …Hitachi are just a name to a cheap generic manufacturer (like sanyo blaupunkt etc). Probably the same as Linsar (not heard of them) phillips are a proper manufacturer making their own equipment. Very good deal IMO


I think Philips are also just a licenced brand (for TV anyway) these days, although seem to be maintaining some quality and features (e.g. Ambilight). They stopped their own TV manufacturing done time back, then there s a gap before the current branded ones came out, iirc.
fablanta29/11/2019 02:50

Just ignore the complaints of your wife. It's what you've got inside that …Just ignore the complaints of your wife. It's what you've got inside that matters


pokemon228/11/2019 23:37

Gave it a hot. But does anyone watch tv , is like desktop , obsolete …Gave it a hot. But does anyone watch tv , is like desktop , obsolete technology. All use mobile or laptop hence video download or online are for small screens... Days of big screen use to command 1500 plus now you can get a brand one for 500 lol


what? anyone remotely serious about enjoying media extravagance will watch on the biggest TV they can fit in their living room, and what about gaming? mobiles are for toilets and laptops for bedrooms
Cremoso9929/11/2019 04:10

Richer Sounds have the 55" Philips with Ambilight for £400 with 6 year …Richer Sounds have the 55" Philips with Ambilight for £400 with 6 year guarantee.


Thanks. Do you have a link?
fablanta29/11/2019 02:50

Just ignore the complaints of your wife. It's what you've got inside that …Just ignore the complaints of your wife. It's what you've got inside that matters


but what if it doesn't reach inside
fablanta28/11/2019 22:40

If size matters to you, that one is 15 inches smaller.


Cringe
pokemon228/11/2019 23:37

Gave it a hot. But does anyone watch tv , is like desktop , obsolete …Gave it a hot. But does anyone watch tv , is like desktop , obsolete technology. All use mobile or laptop hence video download or online are for small screens... Days of big screen use to command 1500 plus now you can get a brand one for 500 lol


Does anyone watch TV?
video streaming has never been more popular
Im so confused with all these tvs 😩 I'd like one around this size, but haven't really got more than a £400 budget.. Can anyone give me a basic rundown of what to look for for something decent.. I've read so many comments the last few weeks but it's all hurting my brain
lilymac29/11/2019 14:40

Im so confused with all these tvs 😩 I'd like one around this size, but …Im so confused with all these tvs 😩 I'd like one around this size, but haven't really got more than a £400 budget.. Can anyone give me a basic rundown of what to look for for something decent.. I've read so many comments the last few weeks but it's all hurting my brain



lilymac29/11/2019 14:40

Im so confused with all these tvs 😩 I'd like one around this size, but …Im so confused with all these tvs 😩 I'd like one around this size, but haven't really got more than a £400 budget.. Can anyone give me a basic rundown of what to look for for something decent.. I've read so many comments the last few weeks but it's all hurting my brain


Hey there

TVs can be complicated. The thing to do is look at professional reviews. Start by looking through an article like this one on the best TVs of 2019. It has TVs from the budget range up to the very best and most expensive ones.

whathifi.com/bes…tvs

One of their budget recommendations is this model, which they awarded FIVE STARS in their review:

whathifi.com/rev…470

It is currently £399 at Curry's.
Edited by: "SlowBandit" 29th Nov
SlowBandit29/11/2019 14:52

Hey thereTVs can be complicated. The thing to do is look at professional …Hey thereTVs can be complicated. The thing to do is look at professional reviews. Start by looking through an article like on the best TVs of 2019. It has TVs from the budget range up to the very best and most expensive ones.https://www.whathifi.com/best-buys/tvs/best-4k-tvsOne of their budget recommendations is this model, which they awarded FIVE STARS in their review:https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-ue43ru7470 It is currently £399 at Curry's.


Thank you, will take a look when I get home
lilymac29/11/2019 15:07

Thank you, will take a look when I get home


Issue you have is does size matter more than function and tv quality

I don’t know much about TVs my current one is a Samsung 50inch 4k UHD but it’s a MU6120

it was £469 Christmas 2017

if you’re not a videophile then you’ll be content with lesser TVs than some other wanna be experts on the internet
CWH29/11/2019 15:21

Issue you have is does size matter more than function and tv quality I …Issue you have is does size matter more than function and tv quality I don’t know much about TVs my current one is a Samsung 50inch 4k UHD but it’s a MU6120 it was £469 Christmas 2017if you’re not a videophile then you’ll be content with lesser TVs than some other wanna be experts on the internet


Wanna be expert? I posted a professional review of a FIVE STAR reviewed TV that is within her specific budget.
That's some serious real estate at 4k for the money. Heat added
Cheeky
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