Philips 58PUS6809 58In 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 3D Smart TV £738.94 Delivered @ Argos
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Philips 58PUS6809 58In 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 3D Smart TV £738.94 Delivered @ Argos

£738.94Argos Deals
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Found 16th May 2015
Also available from Argos Ebay (same price) here:

ebay.co.uk/itm…n_3

Seen this posted over a month ago at Pixmania for £650, granted this deal is more expensive but it saves having to deal with our friends over in France.

Enjoy stunning clarity and detail with Ultra-HD resolution (HDMI 1.4), Smart capabilities, 3D technology plus Freeview HD for additional channels. Combined with a stylish ultra-narrow bezel design to give you more of the picture and a 2 year Philips guarantee, this is a great choice for entertainment and quality.

Top 5 Smart Apps include: BBC iPlayer, YouTube, BBC Sport, Netflix, BlinkBox.

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Active 3D TV with optional 2D to 3D conversion.
Includes 2 pairs of 3D glasses.
Screen size: 58 inches
Motion rate 400Hz.
Response time 9 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Connectivity:
1 SCART socket, 2 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.
Smart TV.
1 DVI socket.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.

Wi-Fi enabled.
Ethernet connection.
DLNA compatibility.
Miracast.
Open browser.
Suitable for wall mounting 400 x 400 bracket.
Sound quality:
2 channel sound system.
20 watt RMS power output.
Digital features:
Features USB video playback.
Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Smartphone remote capability.
Dual core processor.
8 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
CI+ slot.

31 Comments

the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to save time reading them all, here you go...

no HDMI 2.0, no Netflix 4K, no HEVC, 30hz, Philips ain't what they used to be, rebadged, not a Sony, 58" is too big



Edited by: "TwistedNerve" 16th May 2015

Top deal saves having to mess about with European plug end ect,

TwistedNerve

the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to … the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to save time reading them all, here you go... no HDMI 2.0, no Netflix 4K, no HEVC, 30hz, Philips ain't what they used to be, rebadged, not a Sony, 58" is too big



30hz?

fLiPeR

30hz?



yeah?I like you am puzzled. I'm sure it says 400hz. Maybe I'm not reading something properly?

Saro

yeah?I like you am puzzled. I'm sure it says 400hz. Maybe I'm not reading … yeah?I like you am puzzled. I'm sure it says 400hz. Maybe I'm not reading something properly?



Although the processing or mci is 400hz the HDMI 4k signal on this model is limited to 30hz.

Edited by: "McHotpoon" 16th May 2015

Original Poster

The panel will be at least 100Hz native.

I'd buy a Technika over this.

Philips aren't what they used to be....

Heat added even though I can't do active 3D myself, it's passive 3D or nothing to me.

philips have the worst tv customer service in the world, they have the best shaver customer service in the world. I had thier top spec £5000 grand tv which they abandoned when they had no real software developers. it had no end of software problems and they never fixed them.
Edited by: "rizlaw" 16th May 2015

Forget the screen ! with no HDMI 2.0 at 4K this is a complete lemon . Would'nt buy at 500.

30hz in 2015 is almost unbelievable.

HDMI 1.4 does 3D video but not 4K, you need HMDI 2.0 for that

Edited by: "WalterSmith" 16th May 2015

hotttttt

It's 30Ηz when you connect the TV to a source (be it PC/tablet/BlueRay/DVD player) through the HDMI 1.4 sockets.
The panel itself can do 4K @ 50Hz or even 100 Hz natively (and up to 400Hz using Motion-Compensated Frame Interpolation techniques), but 30Hz is a limitation of the bus (HDMI v1.4) due to bandwidth requirements.
So if you hook a pc on it, it can only do 4K @ 30 Hz or FullHD @ 60 Hz. For screen casting or movie watching, it won't pose a problem. For 4K gaming you will be limited to 30fps which poses a problem (assuming you'ce got a VGA card capable or churning out >30fps)
It's the newest HDMI v2.0 protocol that solves this limitation.

Not a Sony

TwistedNerve

the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to … the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to save time reading them all, here you go... no HDMI 2.0, no Netflix 4K, no HEVC, 30hz, Philips ain't what they used to be, rebadged, not a Sony, 58" is too big



That made it easier, thank you.
Edited by: "jcrider" 16th May 2015

Philips is sooooo yesterday.
I finished brand!

rizlaw

philips have the worst tv customer service in the world, they have the … philips have the worst tv customer service in the world, they have the best shaver customer service in the world. I had thier top spec £5000 grand tv which they abandoned when they had no real software developers. it had no end of software problems and they never fixed them.



I had a faulty monitor after owning for 2 years. They replaced it next day, I didn't even have to prove purchase. I think their customer service is pretty good personally

af191

Philips is sooooo yesterday.I finished brand!



Which one Russell or Jo?

better spend the money on a good hd tv

Comment

TwistedNerve

the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to … the majority of the comments will say one or more of the following, so to save time reading them all, here you go... no HDMI 2.0, no Netflix 4K, no HEVC, 30hz, Philips ain't what they used to be, rebadged, not a Sony, 58" is too big



58 inch is too big!!!

How is that relevant?

58 aint too big for most by the way

Pranga

Comment58 inch is too big!!!How is that relevant?58 aint too big for most … Comment58 inch is too big!!!How is that relevant?58 aint too big for most by the way



that was an exact comment from the last time this TV was posted!

LG do a 4k 49inch 3D passive smart tv for £650. LG is far better imo.

Pranga

Comment58 inch is too big!!!How is that relevant?58 aint too big for most … Comment58 inch is too big!!!How is that relevant?58 aint too big for most by the way



Ever heard of sarcasm?

cold, no HEVC

no HDMI 3.6, no IGN 4K, only half HEVC, 0.5hz, Philips ain't a butchers, rebadgered, not a Finlux, 58" is far too small..

Not a bad price.. so have some heat.

However...

no HDMI 2.0
, no Netflix 4K,
no HEVC,
30hz,
Philips ain't what they used to be,
rebadged, not a Sony,
58" is too big (_;)

rizlaw

philips have the worst tv customer service in the world, they have the … philips have the worst tv customer service in the world, they have the best shaver customer service in the world. I had thier top spec £5000 grand tv which they abandoned when they had no real software developers. it had no end of software problems and they never fixed them. [/qu[quote=rizlaw]philips have the worst tv customer service in the world, they have the best shaver customer service in the world. I had thier top spec £5000 grand tv which they abandoned when they had no real software developers. it had no end of software problems and they never fixed them.

did you tell us this to gloat or to make us all realise your an idiot to spend £5000 on a telly. I for one thought the latter.

coco2007

Ever heard of sarcasm?



it wasn't sarcasm, read the comment i replied to!!!
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