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Philips 70PUS7304/12 70 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart Ambilight TV £749.99 delivered at Costco
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Philips 70PUS7304/12 70 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart Ambilight TV £749.99 delivered at Costco

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Posted 11th May
4K UHD LED Android TV with Ambilight

Family movie night. The big game. Whatever the occasion, settle down to superb picture quality and great sound. This Performance Series TV makes all your content look great, and boasts Ambilight for an immersive experience like no other.



Ambilight

Philips' unique Ambilight technology creates a more intense and immersive experience. Intelligent LEDs around the edges of the TV cast on-screen colours onto the walls and into the room, in real time.



4K Ultra HD

With over 8 million pixels, you'll experience a sharper and more detailed picture.



Android TV

Get access to endless apps, movies and games in Google Play Store.



Google Assistant

Get information, stream movies and control your smart home using your voice.
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Looked like a bargain until I realised I'd need to buy a new house to fit it in
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Looked like a bargain until I realised I'd need to buy a new house to fit it in
VA
How does this compare to XG95?
5 year warranty too from costco
poor reviews on amazon
I'm a big fan of ambilights but I find their HDR and blacks so bad on my current one. For this reason, I am not sure I could invest again.
Reviews on this telly are very negative. Never seen it in person though
I jumped on this back in November when on offer, took 3 weeks for delivery to find out the picture quality was awful. Even my wife told me it was a step down from our IPS panel 65pus7304, and previous VA panel 65pus7303... and she ain't got a clue about HDR etc. Tried tinkering picture settings etc to give it a shot, needless to say it went back. Costco were very good when it came to returning the tv.
I had to return this when I got it. The quality is horrendous!
Bit off topic to this TV, but anyone with a costco account able to check the prices of the LG C9 for me please.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by: "Kermit2004" 11th May
suarez77711/05/2020 12:29

How does this compare to XG95?


It doesn't, high mid range v low mid range
Kermit200411/05/2020 14:17

Bit off topic to this TV, but anyone with a costco account able to check …Bit off topic to this TV, but anyone with a costco account able to check the prices of the LG C9 for me please.Thanks in advance.


55" c9 is £1259.98 and in stock

65" c9 is £1799.98 out of stock

I'm waiting for the 55" to drop, I hope they dont go out of stock whilst we waiting
Redhellomoto00811/05/2020 15:29

55" c9 is £1259.98 and in stock65" c9 is £1799.98 out of stockI'm waiting f …55" c9 is £1259.98 and in stock65" c9 is £1799.98 out of stockI'm waiting for the 55" to drop, I hope they dont go out of stock whilst we waiting


Same, might wait until later in the year as now CX has been released. Sorry to hijack this thread.
I got this back during Black Friday and absolutely love it. Great TV
suarez77711/05/2020 12:29

How does this compare to XG95?



If you on about sony xg9505 then philips 7304 is somewhere as cheap rubbish Honestly completely different experience and spec, sony kills philips in every aspect apart form ambilight which is just novelty.
donotneed11/05/2020 14:40

It doesn't, high mid range v low mid range


Do you know which Philips Ambilight TV is similar to XG95?
Does anyone what courier Costco uses please
sdylan12/05/2020 01:29

Does anyone what courier Costco uses please


Ordered a TV which parcelforce will be delivering
ganon16/05/2020 08:23

Ordered a TV which parcelforce will be delivering


Blimey parcelforce - hope it arrives in one piece
Hi everyone, any updates on those who already have or recently purchased this tv and their thoughts on it would be greatly appreciated!
I have the 58 inch version which I bought from Costco. I am returning it this week. TV picture is poor IMHO and I have spent ages tinkering with the PQ settings using threads on AV Forums. I was watching the football on BT Sport yesterday and even on 4k I couldn't get a decent picture. Software can be buggy and it restarts sometimes by itself. Will get an OLED next time. Yes it will be double the price but given I keep a TV for 10 years I consider it an investment. My own view is to buy something better.
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