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Philips 65OLED754 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 65” with Freeview HD & Ambilight, Silver £1649 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Philips 65OLED754 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 65” with Freeview HD & Ambilight, Silver £1649 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Philips 65OLED754 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 65” with Freeview HD & Ambilight, Silver

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Philips’ OLED754 brings you a stunningly lifelike picture, thanks to 4K resolution on an OLED display, boosted by HDR, and powered by the brand's Picture Perfect Engine. Enjoy more immersive viewing and gaming with Ambilight technology, which emits matching light around the screen. Dolby Atmos sound is spaciously immersive, which, together with Dolby Vision, delivers a thrilling cinematic experience. The Android platform opens up a wealth of online content, and you can control it by voice with Alexa built in.
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No eARC on any Philipps 2019 models if I am not wrong . Would love to be wrong.
Is this any good? The last oled ambilight s were ok but not great compared to the competition Lg so are these any better?
Doesn't this have HDR 10+ over the LG ? But only HDMI 2.0b ? Be interested to know if that's just a firmware update or physical hardware to become 2.1 ?
Just seen input lag is 32ms !! Ouch !
pss5304/12/2019 06:39

Doesn't this have HDR 10+ over the LG ? But only HDMI 2.0b ? Be interested …Doesn't this have HDR 10+ over the LG ? But only HDMI 2.0b ? Be interested to know if that's just a firmware update or physical hardware to become 2.1 ?


Yes both HDR 10+ and Dolby vision. I believe 2.1 requires compatible hardware, don't think you can upgrade, not sure though.
jaffamuffin03/12/2019 23:37

Is this any good? The last oled ambilight s were ok but not great compared …Is this any good? The last oled ambilight s were ok but not great compared to the competition Lg so are these any better?


Please substantiate your claims that the last philips are inferior to the LGs.

The philips uses the same screen but has better processing and hence movement.

The LG has the better interface but that's easily dealt with via a 30 quid firestick or similar.
These Philip's will not support 120hz due to no hdmi 2.1
jaffamuffin03/12/2019 23:37

Is this any good? The last oled ambilight s were ok but not great compared …Is this any good? The last oled ambilight s were ok but not great compared to the competition Lg so are these any better?


The Philips 803 oleds won blind tests for various publications and were very highly praised. This TV is basically the same as that one with a few minor upgrades and a switch of OS.
I really want to get a Philips oled (android) but am slightly put off by things like the input lag and lack of hdmi 2.1.
Not sure that the input lag would really affect me as my current TV is apparently 36ms in game mode anyway and seems fine, but then I have never really had better.
willevans71653304/12/2019 09:22

The Philips 803 oleds won blind tests for various publications and were …The Philips 803 oleds won blind tests for various publications and were very highly praised. This TV is basically the same as that one with a few minor upgrades and a switch of OS.I really want to get a Philips oled (android) but am slightly put off by things like the input lag and lack of hdmi 2.1.Not sure that the input lag would really affect me as my current TV is apparently 36ms in game mode anyway and seems fine, but then I have never really had better.


Anything below 40ms is great, unless you are a professional gamer, most people will not be able to tell the difference between 10ms and 50ms.
mreriksen04/12/2019 09:46

Anything below 40ms is great, unless you are a professional gamer, most …Anything below 40ms is great, unless you are a professional gamer, most people will not be able to tell the difference between 10ms and 50ms.


That was my thought on it, I get to play a bit but don't do online multiplayer stuff as I am a bit pants.
Mostly play strategy games and Minecraft with the kids so input lag shouldn't affect me really
willevans71653304/12/2019 09:56

That was my thought on it, I get to play a bit but don't do online …That was my thought on it, I get to play a bit but don't do online multiplayer stuff as I am a bit pants.Mostly play strategy games and Minecraft with the kids so input lag shouldn't affect me really


only a few years ago, most "gaming tvs" had input lag of 40-50ms which was considered to be excellent.

in 2016, AV Forums reviewed LG B6 OLED with the following quote "Using our Leo Bodnar tester we initially measured the B6 in the calibrated ISF Expert mode and got an input lag of 63ms but as soon as we selected the Game mode that dropped to a lag of 38ms which should be low enough for all but the most demanding of gamers."
pss5304/12/2019 06:39

Doesn't this have HDR 10+ over the LG ? But only HDMI 2.0b ? Be interested …Doesn't this have HDR 10+ over the LG ? But only HDMI 2.0b ? Be interested to know if that's just a firmware update or physical hardware to become 2.1 ?


HDR10+ is dead. Hdmi 2.1 supports dynamic HDR so that would be used instead of HDR10+ going forward.

I'd wait until next year for hdmi 2.1 if you didn't want an LG
TwentyTwo04/12/2019 14:47

HDR10+ is dead. Hdmi 2.1 supports dynamic HDR so that would be used …HDR10+ is dead. Hdmi 2.1 supports dynamic HDR so that would be used instead of HDR10+ going forward.I'd wait until next year for hdmi 2.1 if you didn't want an LG


Is there any HDR10+ content in the UK?
mreriksen04/12/2019 10:12

only a few years ago, most "gaming tvs" had input lag of 40-50ms which was …only a few years ago, most "gaming tvs" had input lag of 40-50ms which was considered to be excellent.in 2016, AV Forums reviewed LG B6 OLED with the following quote "Using our Leo Bodnar tester we initially measured the B6 in the calibrated ISF Expert mode and got an input lag of 63ms but as soon as we selected the Game mode that dropped to a lag of 38ms which should be low enough for all but the most demanding of gamers."


Weird. Rtings give the B6 28ms.
rev604/12/2019 15:12

Weird. Rtings give the B6 28ms.


That's right. There was a petition against LG on the b6 to lower the input lag and they did eventually via a firmware update
daveykinetic04/12/2019 22:06

That's right. There was a petition against LG on the b6 to lower the input …That's right. There was a petition against LG on the b6 to lower the input lag and they did eventually via a firmware update


That was impressive then. 50ms is horrible to me. I had an old TV that was around that mark in game mode.
Edited by: "rev6" 4th Dec 2019
Price is up now by £100... Was about to buy today but don't get it why TV prices are jumping up and down all the time.
Is it worth to wait till Boxing Day sales?
LazzyG05/12/2019 10:55

Is it worth to wait till Boxing Day sales?


Will probably be lower during boxing day/January sales
mikebo104/12/2019 07:34

Please substantiate your claims that the last philips are inferior to the …Please substantiate your claims that the last philips are inferior to the LGs.The philips uses the same screen but has better processing and hence movement.The LG has the better interface but that's easily dealt with via a 30 quid firestick or similar.


It was hdtv test video where vincent reviewed the 803 i thought about getting one but came away with the feeling that although ‘good’ current gen oled panels e.g from lg are better
What are the panel details for the latest lg oled model and how does this compare to the LG panel in all the philips range?
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