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Philips 65PUS6754 65" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Freeview Play - £579 at AO.com
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Philips 65PUS6754 65" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Freeview Play - £579 at AO.com

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Stretch your viewing pleasure, with the Ambilight-equipped Philips 65PUS6754.

3-sided Ambilight for picture immersion
Ambilight technology is unique to Philips. It makes the screen appear much wider—and your viewing experience more immersive—by emitting an extra wide glow from three-sides of your TV screen onto the surrounding wall. Colour, vibrancy and excitement move beyond the screen and into your living room to bring you a viewing experience beyond the ordinary.

Pixel Precise Ultra HD and Micro Dimming for optimised picture
Unique picture processing sets the Philips apart from its rivals. Pixel Precise Ultra HD delivers smoother motion and life-like picture depth. Micro Dimming analyses the picture across thousands of zones and adjusts it accordingly. This maximises the contrast for life-like images and realism.

Get the best from HDR with HDR10+
For the highest quality picture, HDR10+ offers scene-by-scene HDR mastering for the truest, most accurate HDR picture technology to date. With HDR10+ each scene is optimised, meaning the maximum amount of detail is shown – even in the brightest or darkest moments. The 65PUS6754 also supports standard HDR10 and HLG formats. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
As well as supporting HDR10+, the 65PUS6754 is also compatible with Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas around the world. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content.

Smarter TV from SAPHI
Packing the latest SAPHI smart system, powered by a Quad Core processor, this Philips 65” TV is a slick performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube the BBC iPlayer and more. A built-in web browser lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Crisp and detailed sound
Compatible with Dolby Atmos sound tracks, the 65PUS6754 has the potential to deliver spacious, enveloping sound. Clear Sound improves dialogue, making it easier to hear individual voices.
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That's a great price. 🔥
Torn between this and the 55 inch 7 series
slo_moshun03/11/2019 12:40

Torn between this and the 55 inch 7 series


How big Ur Room? The 55inch 7 has swivel stand the 65 inch I would stick on Main wall for full Ambilight Effect
Spicyhotnot03/11/2019 12:51

How big Ur Room? The 55inch 7 has swivel stand the 65 inch I would stick …How big Ur Room? The 55inch 7 has swivel stand the 65 inch I would stick on Main wall for full Ambilight Effect


Yeah mate sounds good. It's my cinema bedroom suite but the ceiling height is only 2.4m. Wiring in for wall mounting.
No bad actually but i want one with 5 year warranty such as richer sounds or John Lewis price match
Is it led backlit ? Own the older 50" so backlit very important to me as great tv for films but now want bigger
This is a great deal but hanging on for John Lewis or richer sounds possibly Black Friday deals. Torn between this or the Samsung 7400
differences between this and the 65PUS6814 at £50 more? Is it just Alexa compatibility? and different stand/colour?
Are these real 4k RGb panels or like the LG...?
How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this one or keep saving for an OLED.
daniq03/11/2019 16:56

How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this …How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this one or keep saving for an OLED.


Ive just orderd it to replace its smaller 50" brother the picture is very good on these tvs i use mainly for non hdr content blu rays look fantastic on the 50
Uridium03/11/2019 15:48

differences between this and the 65PUS6814 at £50 more? Is it just Alexa …differences between this and the 65PUS6814 at £50 more? Is it just Alexa compatibility? and different stand/colour?


Yes not worth the extra 50 to me
Is this TV suitable for a really bright living room?
daniq03/11/2019 16:56

How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this …How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this one or keep saving for an OLED.


They offer different things. The price as you said is a big thing for people, if the TV is just for general use, netflix, terrestrial TV this will be a great for a family home, nice and bright. OLED gives sharper contrasts because of the absolute blacks, I.e the pixels turn off so when watching in a dark room the blacks will look more dark grey on this TV. OLED are generally not as bright in sunlight or bright rooms. Side by side in store OLED will look "better" maybe sharper when comparing colours against the blacks, but given the price I have never thought it worth it and I dont notice day in day out that the blacks aren't that black on non OLED TVs! Think this is a great price.
Great Price but warranty is key with any TV purchased sadly 1 or 2 yrs is not enough
Possible to get Richer Sounds to price match with 6 year warranty?
pothead1303/11/2019 14:37

Is it led backlit ? Own the older 50" so backlit very important to me as …Is it led backlit ? Own the older 50" so backlit very important to me as great tv for films but now want bigger


How do you mean? All TV's are backlit with LED's now, you cannot get one that isn't. Or are you talking about hte ambilight?
gazhey03/11/2019 14:59

This is a great deal but hanging on for John Lewis or richer sounds …This is a great deal but hanging on for John Lewis or richer sounds possibly Black Friday deals. Torn between this or the Samsung 7400


This has Dolby Vision.
genk03/11/2019 21:15

This has Dolby Vision.


What's Dolby vision. Gimmick or useful?
Shah_AlivUs03/11/2019 21:28

What's Dolby vision. Gimmick or useful?


Not a gimmick. It’s the next level of HDR. Netflix and Apple support it and it’s currently beating HDR10+ for support from major movie studios (universal, fox etc). This has both Dolby Vision and HDR10+.
genk03/11/2019 21:29

Not a gimmick. It’s the next level of HDR. Netflix and Apple support it a …Not a gimmick. It’s the next level of HDR. Netflix and Apple support it and it’s currently beating HDR10+ for support from major movie studios (universal, fox etc). This has both Dolby Vision and HDR10+.


So for like £600 getting a 65 inch.. real 4kRGB and not WRGB. Plus ambilight... What has this world come to.. so why pay £2-3k on anything.

To be fair I never watch TV. Still have 42 Inc I bought 7 years ago
Lg all seems fine to me..!
Alex_H03/11/2019 20:20

How do you mean? All TV's are backlit with LED's now, you cannot get one …How do you mean? All TV's are backlit with LED's now, you cannot get one that isn't. Or are you talking about hte ambilight?


I mean you get direct backlit leds in back of tv or edge lit, leds round edge of tv (thinner tvs )
Edited by: "pothead13" 3rd Nov
pothead1303/11/2019 21:45

I mean you get direct backlit leds in back of tv or edge lit, leds round …I mean you get direct backlit leds in back of tv or edge lit, leds round edge of tv (thinner tvs )


It's a direct led TV. Source: displayspecifications.com/en/…949
Alex_H03/11/2019 21:47

It's a direct led TV. Source: …It's a direct led TV. Source: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/83b31949



yes i found the same site
Has Philips now dropped Android on their TVs?
daniq03/11/2019 16:56

How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this …How is the image actuality compared to an OLED? Not sure if to buy this one or keep saving for an OLED.


Keep saving.
i have just relised this is a ips pannel i was expecting it to be the same as my old 50" va screen.

I only use tv in a dark room and don't need wide angle.

will there be much difference in the contrast and blacks? to the 50 VA screen?

looks like I will have to cancel order can this be done before delivery or tomorrow (Monday)
Edited by: "pothead13" 3rd Nov
Wasn't planning on buying a TV but just purchased this 🙈 cheers OP
tlo8703/11/2019 23:32

Wasn't planning on buying a TV but just purchased this 🙈 cheers OP



hope your ok with IPS tv because i orderd thinking it was a VA tv i now ned to cancel
gt191503/11/2019 19:10

Great Price but warranty is key with any TV purchased sadly 1 or 2 yrs is …Great Price but warranty is key with any TV purchased sadly 1 or 2 yrs is not enough


Nonsense, SOGA was replaced in 2015 by this; citizensadvice.org.uk/abo…15/


Both give you many more years than a manufacturers warranty to claim for faulty goods, TV's in particular. Argos replaced a 7 year old Samsung for me with a brand new Pioneer TV under SOGA
We bought this TV earlier this year and love it - superb screen, ambilight is incredible. Recommended.
muffboy04/11/2019 00:25

Nonsense, SOGA was replaced in 2015 by this; …Nonsense, SOGA was replaced in 2015 by this; https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/how-citizens-advice-works/citizens-advice-consumer-work/the-consumer-rights-act-2015/Both give you many more years than a manufacturers warranty to claim for faulty goods, TV's in particular. Argos replaced a 7 year old Samsung for me with a brand new Pioneer TV under SOGA


A warranty is a guarantee that the product with be repaired or replaced if it becomes faulty during the warranty period, provided it has not been damaged.

The Consumer Rights Act 2015 provides a claim period of up to 6 years for consumers to request a repair or replacement on a product which had an inherent fault at the point of purchase. It is up to the consumer to prove that the item was sold in a faulty condition.

The protections under the CRA are not equivalent to a warranty. It's an urban myth, as with the SOGA protections that came before it. They provide a lower standard of protection than a warranty, without the guarantee of a resolution.
Edited by: "satchef1" 4th Nov
Couple of questions,

Does the Ambilight turn itself off in the day time?

whats difference between VA and IPS?

what would it be like to watch Sports?

is Ambilight just a gimmick like Curved TVs?

is the picture quality good, or is it hot simply because of the price?

im looking for a 65” to go above fireplace, sorry for all questions, as was going to wait until Black Friday!
Does the Ambilight turn itself off in the day time? No

whats difference between VA and IPS ? VA better blacks contrast ratio ideal or dark room watching movies for 1 person or couple facing direct to tv in centre not on a angle.

IPS best for wide room (family) with no degrade in image quality when watching on a angle. lower contrast blacks not great but with ambilight on it should help.

what would it be like to watch Sports? ok


is Ambilight just a gimmick ? no its very nice feature worth having.
Edited by: "pothead13" 4th Nov
i just recevied delivery of mine which i was debating sending back because I did not realise it was a IPS. I have a 50" VA Philips which i was planning to replace.

i have decided to i will test out the new tv and if i do not like over my 50 VA i will have to sell it on or maybe keep both tv

65 IPS in living room and 50 VA in Dark bedroom

anyway i will report back later how i got on with the ips
No £70 off now?
Been playing with ot for couple hours and very pleased with it so far.
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