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Philips 65 Inch 65PUS6704 Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR Ambilight - £699 using code @ Argos / eBay
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Philips 65 Inch 65PUS6704 Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR Ambilight - £699 using code @ Argos / eBay

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This Philips Ambilight TV will change your TV experience dramatically. Ambilight extends the picture with LED lamps on your wall and makes the viewing much more immersive and at the same time more comfortable for your eyes. All this combined with a state of the art picture improvement system that takes your 4K Ultra HD content to new levels in sharpness, colors, motion and contrast.

3 sided Ambilight that gives you an immersive viewing experience with light beyond the screen.

Model number: 65PUS6704.

Television picture quality:
  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD display resolution.
  • Motion rate 1200.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels

Sound quality:
  • 2 x 10 watt RMS power output.

Connectivity:
  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Component video socket.
  • Headphone socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
  • Remote control included.

Smart TV features:
  • Smart TV.
  • Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV, demand 5, 4od, Amazon Prime, youTube.
  • Internet browser.
  • Miracast.

Digital features:
  • Features USB recording and video playback.
  • Dolby Vision - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Freeview Play (UK).
  • Quad core processor.
  • CI plus slot.
  • Aerial required.
  • In the box: Remote, Stand, 2xAAA batteries, Power cord, Quick start guide.

Additional features:
  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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If anyone is interested in buying, I have this TV and posted a bit of a review on the 70 inch link today. Great price heat added for an amazing TV
crazyshelby06/09/2019 17:04

If anyone is interested in buying, I have this TV and posted a bit of a …If anyone is interested in buying, I have this TV and posted a bit of a review on the 70 inch link today. Great price heat added for an amazing TV


can you please pm links to review thanks
The_Big_Rock06/09/2019 21:13

can you please pm links to review thanks


Its just on here for the 70 inch as it's the same panel (just an extra 5 inches) but my review is for this exact tv. Hope it helps!

hotukdeals.com/dea…141
Isnt it 674?
crazyshelby06/09/2019 21:26

Its just on here for the 70 inch as it's the same panel (just an extra 5 …Its just on here for the 70 inch as it's the same panel (just an extra 5 inches) but my review is for this exact tv. Hope it helps! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-70-inch-70pus670412-smart-ambilight-4k-uhd-tv-3290141


Thanks
Review on which says one of the worst 4k tvs they have tested this year
moz14707/09/2019 06:58

Review on which says one of the worst 4k tvs they have tested this year


what review? this is last years model anyway
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perko8107/09/2019 11:52

what review? this is last years model anyway



perko8107/09/2019 11:52

what review? this is last years model anyway


Which reviewed this TV in July and the 6704 is 2019 model according to trusted reviews
moz14707/09/2019 06:58

Review on which says one of the worst 4k tvs they have tested this year


What did they say as to why it was so bad then?
crazyshelby07/09/2019 17:06

What did they say as to why it was so bad then?

Ye I'd like to know as last year's version (6703/6753) gets great reviews.
chancooluk07/09/2019 18:15

Ye I'd like to know as last year's version (6703/6753) gets great reviews.


Exactly, the reason I don't believe it for a minute is I have this TV and its brilliant. Ive also got a Samsung oled and a 4k LG 50 inch and had a lot of tvs over the years, so I'd easily spot a bad screen! Blown away by this one for the money so I'm intrigued by the so called terrible review!
  • Philips 65PUS6704/12 review
    £749.00
    Test score 59%
    REVIEWED JUL 2019
    Overview
    The basics just aren't there and no amount of technology accoutrements will rescue a TV that struggles with the fundamentals.
    What is it?It's a mid-range 4K TV from Philips that's priced closer to an entry-level model. Its mid-range billing is why you get features, such as Dolby Atmos and the Ambilight technology.At 65 inches it's one of the bigger sets in Philips' roster and it supports a variety of HDR formats. HDR10 and HLG are the industry standard and the broadcast standard for HDR respectively, but Dolby Vision is also supported. It's an advanced format capable of adjusting contrast dynamically to suit the demands of each scene. This is to help prevent content looking too dark or bright which often masks detail.4K content does look fantastic, even on many subpar TVs because the resolution brings out so much extra detail, so it's always worth seeking some out. Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have the largest libraries of ultra-high definition content, but you will need to pay a monthly fee to watch it.SD and HD channels are plentiful and free as long as you have an aerial or satellite to access them.The three HDMI inputs and two USB ports are easy to reach, which is rarely the case on a TV this size. There's no cable management, but given how low the screen sits you may not see any stray wires anyway.What's the picture quality like?The picture is pretty decent. Blurred lines are rare even in standard definition content and the detail really sings at higher resolutions.Overly warm colours spoil proceedings somewhat. The red leaning creates an unnatural glow that only abates at 4K and even then it's just replaced by a yellow tinge. It's not as off-putting though and the balance is better here.Adding HDR sees the TV take a step back. The colours once again look unnatural and the contrast is genuinely weak. A TV with Dolby Vision in tow should really be able to display deep, coal-like blacks, but instead you've got a foggy malaise that looks like paintbrush water.What about the sound?There's nothing special here. It's clear enough, but thin and feeble when compared with better rivals that weave rich, thick tapestries of robust sound. An injection of bass would be helpful, but we struggled to find the low tones in the mix.One of the HDMI inputs is HDMI ARC, so it's easy to attach a sound bar or surround sound system. It doesn't have one of the newer HDMI eARC inputs, which can transfer higher-quality audio. We'll probably only see this on a few high-end TVs for now and it's not something a TV must have to make it worth considering.What's it like to use?You'll spend most of your time in the smart menu hub that holds a selection of apps and menus. It's quick and laid out simply. You can rearrange the order that the apps appear in, remove ones you don't use and add ones you do.Apps are categorised helpfully in the app store and we never struggled to find the ones we wanted. It's quick, too, but using the search function is less speedy. Check your spelling before you start typing out a search so you don't need to do more than one.You won't want to delve deeply into the menu too often since it gets confusing. Settings, such as contrast, are often mentioned twice and it isn't clear whether they are changing the same thing or something different.The remote is pretty good. We like how the majority of the keys are arranged; particularly the ones people tend to use most. A few too many are the same size and a tad indistinct, that's our only real criticism.Your channels are kept in the electronic programme guide (EPG) and the layout is easy to follow. Annoyingly there's no picture or sound while you browse it, so your viewing is entirely interrupted.Is there anything else I should know?Ambilight is an odd thing, some people will love it and others will find it distracting and pointless. Essentially it's a row of lights at the back of the TV that change colour to complement what's happening on the screen. It's a neat idea, and you can always turn it off if you hate it.There's a PVR built in, so you can record one show at a time onto a USB hard drive, but you can't watch anything else while you do.Should I buy it?It's a weak effort and one of the worst 4K TVs we've tested this year.
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