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Philips 65PUS6814 65" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Alexa Built-In at ao.com £629
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Philips 65PUS6814 65" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Alexa Built-In at ao.com £629

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Posted 3rd Nov

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See incredible detail in everything you watch, with the Philips Ambilight 65PUS6814/12 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. With over 8 million pixels and four times the resolution of Full HD, you'll enjoy sharp images and improved depth of colour.

And with support for HDR content, you'll see the brightest and darkest shades of colour in the same frame. So, whether it's a dimly lit dialogue scene or a tense battle in the dark of night, you'll always know exactly what's happening on screen.

Be immersed with Ambilight

From movies to games, get more immersed in your content with Philips Ambilight. LEDs cast the colours on your screen onto the wall behind it and into your room, creating a stunning effect that will make your screen feel bigger and give every show a tailored, real-time light show.

Amazon Alexa

Say goodbye to the hassle of endless scrolling and use your voice to control your TV. With Amazon Alexa built-in, whether you want to check the weather, mute the TV, or turn on the Ambilight, all you need to do is ask.

You can even control other Alexa compatible devices around your home, like smart light bulbs or the thermostat without even needing to get up.

Bundles of choice

Can't decide what to watch next? Just hit the smart TV button on your remote and discover a huge choice of edge-of-your-seat blockbusters and dramas on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, BBC iPlayer, and more.

And with Freeview Play, you're able to catch-up with any TV show you may have missed over the past 7 days, whenever you have the time. So, no need to cancel your plans to catch that epic season finale.

Crystal clear audio

A great picture deserves great sound to match. The Philips 65PUS6814/12 TV features Dolby Atmos, placing you at the centre of the action on screen. By reimagining your TV audio as a 3D experience, everything you hear feels like it's happening around you. So, sound always feels expansive and spacious
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TankDeal03/11/2019 22:39

Dunno about this one but pus7354 is very good imo. It’s not as good as O …Dunno about this one but pus7354 is very good imo. It’s not as good as OLED but I would pay 700-800 for it. Felt fast and responsive and motion was very good. It might have been calibrated set, I am not curtain.


Pull yourself together man! Lol
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What’s the difference between the two you just posted please?
Is this the ‘one’ TV they were talking about earlier in the year?
Well just looked at the specs at Philips and Differences are?
EU energy label for 6754 100watts for 6814 73watts
and weights are 23.9Kg and 25Kg
colours Light silver and mid silver.

And Alexa through remote control mic.
Edited by: "morrig" 3rd Nov
Can you control this tv with a standalone Alexa echo unit?
7 series has 1700ppi and Android. 6 series has 1200ppi and saphi.
asl331203/11/2019 11:48

Can you control this tv with a standalone Alexa echo unit?


You dont need one. It's built in.
slo_moshun03/11/2019 12:46

You dont need one. It's built in.


Yes I gathered that, however I already have an existing Alexa unit. Is the TV controlled via an Alexa skill that can be downloaded?
asl331203/11/2019 13:44

Yes I gathered that, however I already have an existing Alexa unit. Is the …Yes I gathered that, however I already have an existing Alexa unit. Is the TV controlled via an Alexa skill that can be downloaded?


From what I've read you just speak into the remote for tv use. Able to control other stuff too which is Alexa enabled but I'm not exactly sure on the logistics yet!
differences between this and the 65PUS6754 at £50 less? Is it just Alexa compatibility? and different stand/colour?
It's mad. Just noticed this year, the improvement of TV's and competition has driven some epic prices for sets with lots of advancements such as Dolby vision and Atmos etc.
Is this TV a decent one?
Dunno about this one but pus7354 is very good imo. It’s not as good as OLED but I would pay 700-800 for it. Felt fast and responsive and motion was very good. It might have been calibrated set, I am not curtain.
How is this TV picture quality wise? Can you set a static light for a ambilight?
TankDeal03/11/2019 22:39

Dunno about this one but pus7354 is very good imo. It’s not as good as O …Dunno about this one but pus7354 is very good imo. It’s not as good as OLED but I would pay 700-800 for it. Felt fast and responsive and motion was very good. It might have been calibrated set, I am not curtain.


Pull yourself together man! Lol
JESUS!04/11/2019 05:47

Pull yourself together man! Lol


this comment!
slo_moshun03/11/2019 12:11

7 series has 1700ppi and Android. 6 series has 1200ppi and saphi.


I thought PPI was down to screen size, not range (i.e. 6 versus 7 series)?
JESUS!04/11/2019 05:47

Pull yourself together man! Lol


Don't get drawn in
asl331203/11/2019 13:44

Yes I gathered that, however I already have an existing Alexa unit. Is the …Yes I gathered that, however I already have an existing Alexa unit. Is the TV controlled via an Alexa skill that can be downloaded?


Yes any Amazon Alexa unit will work. Sonos ones and other third party Alexa device's maybe not.
I have this TV, I paid £699 and for the price I paid I think its great.
slo_moshun03/11/2019 14:11

From what I've read you just speak into the remote for tv use. Able to …From what I've read you just speak into the remote for tv use. Able to control other stuff too which is Alexa enabled but I'm not exactly sure on the logistics yet!


Nice
me_lee04/11/2019 07:42

I thought PPI was down to screen size, not range (i.e. 6 versus 7 series)?


Its pixel per inch? Size is irrelevant then.
slo_moshun07/11/2019 14:59

Its pixel per inch? Size is irrelevant then.


Erm... I thought it was very relevant . 4K at 65" has less pixels per inch than 4k at 55". So PPI isn't really a measure of quality or it would mean the smallest TVs are the best.
me_lee09/11/2019 10:18

Erm... I thought it was very relevant . 4K at 65" has less …Erm... I thought it was very relevant . 4K at 65" has less pixels per inch than 4k at 55". So PPI isn't really a measure of quality or it would mean the smallest TVs are the best.


Just checked my 55. It's 1700p ppi (picture performance index) and the 6 in the same size is 1200 so no idea now!
slo_moshun09/11/2019 10:54

Just checked my 55. It's 1700p ppi (picture performance index) and the 6 …Just checked my 55. It's 1700p ppi (picture performance index) and the 6 in the same size is 1200 so no idea now!


I thought ppi was pixels per inch
me_lee09/11/2019 18:30

I thought ppi was pixels per inch


Nope. Not according to the manual.
slo_moshun09/11/2019 18:49

Nope. Not according to the manual.


Weird that Phillips take such a commonly used acronym and use it for something else.
me_lee10/11/2019 00:17

Weird that Phillips take such a commonly used acronym and use it for …Weird that Phillips take such a commonly used acronym and use it for something else.


Technically it's not an "acronym"
slo_moshun10/11/2019 01:12

Technically it's not an "acronym"


OK. And, technically, in display terms ppi is pixels per inch (not picture performance index) unless you're Phillips... and is affected by display size and resolution.
me_lee12/11/2019 07:57

OK. And, technically, in display terms ppi is pixels per inch (not …OK. And, technically, in display terms ppi is pixels per inch (not picture performance index) unless you're Phillips... and is affected by display size and resolution.


Boom
me_lee12/11/2019 07:57

OK. And, technically, in display terms ppi is pixels per inch (not …OK. And, technically, in display terms ppi is pixels per inch (not picture performance index) unless you're Phillips... and is affected by display size and resolution.


Yes I know. I said that earlier. And yes, Philips call it Picture Performance Index, as it's in the manual. I also said that earlier. Now just calm down and enjoy the rest of the day. LOL. That's an acronym. As I said earlier also.
slo_moshun12/11/2019 13:39

Yes I know. I said that earlier. And yes, Philips call it Picture …Yes I know. I said that earlier. And yes, Philips call it Picture Performance Index, as it's in the manual. I also said that earlier. Now just calm down and enjoy the rest of the day. LOL. That's an acronym. As I said earlier also.


Didn't know I wasn't being calm

Jog on passive agressive dude.
me_lee12/11/2019 14:05

Didn't know I wasn't being calm Jog on passive agressive dude.


Oh dear...
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