PHILIPS 58PUS6809 - 58" 3D Ultra HD (4K) LED Smart TV £650.95 Delivered @ Pixmania
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PHILIPS 58PUS6809 - 58" 3D Ultra HD (4K) LED Smart TV £650.95 Delivered @ Pixmania

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Found 14th Apr 2015
TV Price £659
TV Price Plus 5% Code: £626.05 Code = APRILUK
Delivery £24.90

Total =£650.95
Plus 3.15% TCB

Pixmania's review : PHILIPS 58PUS6809 - 3D Ultra HD LED Smart TV


Discover a smarter TV experience with the 58PUS6809 LED television from Philips that brings you everything you could want from a TV, with Ultra HD resolution on a 3D display together with access to a multitude of local and online multimedia content.

The 58PUS6809 screen is a Smart TV that brings you the very latest features. Enjoy the fluidity and speed of its Internet services boosted by a Dual Core processor that include not only the usual features such as Catch-up TV and VOD but also Cloud functions (Cloud TV and Cloud Explorer) that mean you can access a huge variety of free TC channels and browse the multimedia content stored in the Dropbox service.

The 58PUS6809 is also a connected TV which means it's really easy to enjoy your domestic entertainment media. The SimplyShare function means that your Philips TV and your compatible multimedia devices can communicate with each other, and you also get to benefit from Miracast technology that mirrors the audio/video signals from your compatible mobile devices.

The 58PUS6809 is also a 4K TV and a 3D Active TV which means you get a spectacular viewing experience – not only do you get a stunning 3840 x 2160 pixel image, your 58" (147 cm) integrates Ultra 400 PMR technology for crisp, accurate action images. The Micro Dimming Pro technology gives you optimised contrast and the Philips Ultra HD Pixel Plus engine optimises image quality for a display that is quite simply sublime.

You can also immerse yourselfright in the heart of next generation video games with this 58PUS6809 from Philips.

In order to be able to enjoy the 3D Active technology from this Philips television, 2 pairs of compatible glasses are included.

56 Comments

Pixmania!

Do John Lewis pricematch pixmania?

That is a lot of TV for that money.

Unless the price is massive or unmatchable I would avoid pixmania, service is shocking and returns take forever. Last time I bought electronics it had a European plug which I wasn't told about before purchase.

joeymcjoe

Do John Lewis pricematch pixmania?


Thinking just that.

joeymcjoe

Do John Lewis pricematch pixmania?


John Lewis will only price match bricks and mortar stores, not online-only businesses.

Also, Philips?

If i hadnt got a 55" samsung a couple of months ago i would have had a punt on this offer

Wots the picture like compared to Sony/Panasonic?

can't see any mention of HEVC so how could I get 4k content other than YouTube?

If only this was John Lewis and had 5yr warranty. Also says it's and import so fwd probably has a point

would be awesome if it had ambilight, have some heat.

Another Pixmania 'deal'. Oh dear.

Pixmania .........avoid.........avoid........avoid

It says it has DVB-S2. Does that mean it also has Freesat HD?

not4me

Also, Philips?


Ditto, the Hewlett Packard of the TV world.

My first led/lcd TVs about 6-7yrs ago was a Philips ambilight and I have to say the TV was great. Great picture and very reliable. Always had good experiences with Philips electronics. The same can't be said for Pixmania who were shameful when i sent something back for a refund. Just that 1 experience yrs ago has tainted them forever in my book. JL however completely opposite - awesome!

Very HOT

DVB-S2 is indeed satellite, so it will pick up Freesat and Freesat HD free-to-air Channels but the EPG will be a mess (only now/next data and no freesat ordering).

There may be an app on the store which pulls EPG data from the web or is an alternative EPG (there is one on Sony DVB-S2 sets which uses Gracenote to pull the data).

Also seems to have DVB-T2 which would be Freview HD, unlike most of the other TVs on PixMania (which are Euro models and only have DVB-T).

I was very interested but then I read the reviews on Philips own website. Seems like it's slow to react and can often freeze.

Philips.com

Pixmania are totally useless. I ordered a monitor for my PC once and it was cancelled as they said it was out of stock. So I ordered something else and that was cancelled for the same reason.
Edited by: "ToOn7" 14th Apr 2015

Zuulan

It says it has DVB-S2. Does that mean it also has Freesat HD?



No as Freesat provide the guide. This would provide you with the channels but it's a massive ball ache and you can only see what's on now and nexy

Zuulan

I was very interested but then I read the reviews on Philips own website. … I was very interested but then I read the reviews on Philips own website. Seems like it's slow to react and can often freeze. :(Philips.com



I'm glad I was able to cancel the order. There are sooo many similar 1 star reviews. Forget that!


Edited by: "MSzwandt88" 14th Apr 2015

these are known to have a very slow processor so pictures look alrightish but with a band of lighter screen either side but moving 4k is said to lose a lot of definition due to the lack of processing power.

wish i had the cash

Pixmania buyer beware ! if it goes wrong at any stage you are on your own ! I had to turn to the manufacturer on a out of box failure tv after 2 weeks of pixmania frustration!

Pixmania are at best, abysmal , avoid !!

HOT

You lost me at Pixmania...

Pretty sure the Philips is just a badge now. Outsourced to some Chinese mob. Last time a 4k Philips deal was posted I think there was a codec issue which meant it would never be able to playback any 4k content, Only upscale.

Anyway pixmania alone is enough for anyone to avoid this.

Caveat emptor: Pixmania have a terrible reputation!

How come these 4k TVs are so cheap, so soon, wasn't they thousands of pounds only 12 months ago?

Zuulan

I was very interested but then I read the reviews on Philips own website. … I was very interested but then I read the reviews on Philips own website. Seems like it's slow to react and can often freeze.



Sounds like my ex girlfriend.

deard69

How come these 4k TVs are so cheap, so soon, wasn't they thousands of … How come these 4k TVs are so cheap, so soon, wasn't they thousands of pounds only 12 months ago?


because the seller is useless. avoid pixmania!!!
Pixmania

This product requires a mains adapter for the UK. Pixmania supplies an … This product requires a mains adapter for the UK. Pixmania supplies an adapter when you buy this product*.


Doesn't matter if it says DVB-T2. no other european country uses DVB-T2, why would they add the tuner to the set? all the sets on pixmania don't receive U.K Freeview HD
terrible site, terrile service, shockingly misleading.

careful. it's actually Funkai a Chinese company who bought rights to use Philips badge after they stopped making them. I bought a Philips monitor 2 years ago and it's already broke

These 4k TVs are cheap because the technology used is about 2years old already. Up 2 date 4k TVs are around £3000....and its Phillips

I agree about Pixmania, 6 years ago bought a pc from them and they refused to send it saying I needed to fax them my passport, utility bills, bank statements and other such private documents and refused a refund or to send item till I provided them the details and actually told me on the phone "whats the problem" and seemed shocked I did not want to give them to them.

these are so cheap because they fundamentally don't work as 4k tvs. they just don't work when the image starts moving and ends up looking like that £299 4k tv amazon did on black friday lol. These arent actually made by philips by the way.

Seems to me this is advertised as a 4K TV that would be very difficult to get true 4K content on!

It doesn't have HDMI 2.0, which is required to connect future 4K players, and it doesn't support the HEVC codec, which means that the TV is unable to stream Netflix and other streaming services in 4K. I think YouTube 4K is your only option

It will attempt to up-scale HD content, but thats not true 4K.

If this is your budget, I'd pass and get a similar priced high quality 1080P set.

Cold.

Ordered from Pixmania recently and they were excellent. No complaints whatsoever
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