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Philips 70PUS9005/12 70" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant 4-sided Ambilight HDR Dolby Vision Andriod LED TV £849 @ Currys
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Philips 70PUS9005/12 70" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant 4-sided Ambilight HDR Dolby Vision Andriod LED TV £849 @ Currys
Posted 10th Sep 2020

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Ambilight

You'll be immersed in your favourite shows with the Ambilight feature on the Philips 70PUS9005/12 70" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant.The intelligent LEDs around the four sides of the TV project coloured light onto your walls, and reacts to what's on the screen for even more atmosphere.

P5 Perfect Picture and HDR

The clever P5 engine brings depth and detail to your viewing, for images that look more realistic. It keeps the image blur-free and smooth, perfect for sports.

HDR technology boosts colour and contrast from frame to frame, so you'll always enjoy the best possible image.

Dolby technology

The 70PUS9005/12 makes the most of Dolby technology to improve both sound and images. It supports Dolby Vision for bright colour and contrast, and Dolby Atmos for clear deep sound.

Works with voice assistants

Control your TV, smart lights and more with your voice. This TV works has Google Assistant built in, so you can search and control your home without needing separate devices.
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steveieboy111/09/2020 08:09

Totally agree, I turn all my lights off in the lounge to watch TV and keep …Totally agree, I turn all my lights off in the lounge to watch TV and keep all curtains drawn. No one can see the sign saying about mobile phones though.


that is incorrect, low level bias lighting ideally behind the screen increases perceived contrast and reduces eye fatigue when watching TV in a darkened environment
I've just ordered mine from Richer sounds. They have dropped there price to £849. I also used a code TV25 which dropped price to £824 this includes 6 years warranty.
Edited by: "HSM" 11th Sep
Tony_DR11/09/2020 09:47

No its not. It reduces actual contrast. Particularly on screens that cant …No its not. It reduces actual contrast. Particularly on screens that cant manage full HDR10 brightness like OLEDs and low end LEDs.And eye fatigue? Just lol at the sales bs.


perceived contrast not sales BS....people have been doing this for years before Philips ambilight ever existed

read this and educate yourself howtogeek.com/213…ng/
gg2273610/09/2020 13:16

Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but …Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides


Think the newer models that have amblight have it on 4 sides (9000series) and the 8000 series and below have ambilight on 3 sides (I think the above is correct as I looked at getting a philips TV myself recently, but best check to confirm this yourself) .
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Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides
Picture must be wrong..it says oled+ on it
If its a va screen this is good
Edited by: "David_Fortune" 10th Sep
gg2273610/09/2020 13:16

Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but …Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides


Yeah that picture also say OLED+, and I don't believe its an OLED TV. i think Curry may have muddled their images up.
The Philips page does show an image of all 4 sides lit - philips.co.uk/c-p…ded
gg2273610/09/2020 13:16

Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but …Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides


displayspecifications.com/en/…0b9
cymrustu10/09/2020 13:27

Yeah that picture also say OLED+, and I don't believe its an OLED TV. i …Yeah that picture also say OLED+, and I don't believe its an OLED TV. i think Curry may have muddled their images up.The Philips page does show an image of all 4 sides lit - https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/70PUS9005_12/9000-series-4k-uhd-led-android-tv-with-ambilight-4-sided


Thankyou, I wasn’t disbelieving just found it odd. Nice to know it does exist. Typical curry’s really with their picture. Heat added for the price btw
Can't find a review of this set. Anyone managed? Looks a good deal but would like to know a bit more before jumping
think I am going pay more though for the SONY BRAVIA KD65XH9005
gg2273610/09/2020 13:16

Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but …Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides


This model does have 4 sided Ambilight according to Philips website
gg2273610/09/2020 13:16

Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but …Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides



That picture does show 4 sides. 3 sided ambilight has no glow at all along the bottom.
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Iceman-2910/09/2020 16:07

That picture does show 4 sides. 3 sided ambilight has no glow at all along …That picture does show 4 sides. 3 sided ambilight has no glow at all along the bottom. [Image]


The picture has been updated/ changed since I posted that question
see Philips 2020 overview for details of the set compared to other 2020 Philips sets.
gg2273610/09/2020 13:16

Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but …Quick question, I keep seeing people saying about 4 sided ambilight but does it exist? The picture quite clearly shows the ambilight on only 3 sides


Think the newer models that have amblight have it on 4 sides (9000series) and the 8000 series and below have ambilight on 3 sides (I think the above is correct as I looked at getting a philips TV myself recently, but best check to confirm this yourself) .
TV seems to be Currys only.
I’ll come back when it’s down to £700
Gort195110/09/2020 17:28

TV seems to be Currys only.


Currys exclusive the 4 sided i think, i got the 58" and it does make a great difference having it on the bottom

Only thing i found its taken ages to get a decent picture , now i have its bang on
Edited by: "deanos" 10th Sep
2 Year warranty at Currys + they try and sell you additional warranty every Year.
(Not my favorite retailer)

6 Year warranty at RS.
It is a four sides ambilight but not an oled.its got an Mv mva screen plus a querty handset
Gort195110/09/2020 23:02

2 Year warranty at Currys + they try and sell you additional warranty …2 Year warranty at Currys + they try and sell you additional warranty every Year.(Not my favorite retailer)6 Year warranty at RS.


you cant get 4 sided at RS
I think this could have been had for 80 less using tvsave 80 yesterday
70" wow
Last thing you want on a TV is additional ambient light.
I've just ordered mine from Richer sounds. They have dropped there price to £849. I also used a code TV25 which dropped price to £824 this includes 6 years warranty.
Edited by: "HSM" 11th Sep
Tony_DR11/09/2020 07:59

Last thing you want on a TV is additional ambient light.



Totally agree, I turn all my lights off in the lounge to watch TV and keep all curtains drawn. No one can see the sign saying about mobile phones though.
Should I wait till Black Friday deal or discount codes!
HSM11/09/2020 08:05

I've just ordered mine from Richer sounds. They have dropped there price …I've just ordered mine from Richer sounds. They have dropped there price to £849. I also used a code TV25 which dropped price to £824 this includes 6 years warranty.


They don't stock this TV, so how did you buy it from them?
We bought a Phillips TV . I always used to like Phillips.
But they've been awful.
The quality is poor. Customer service terrible .
I'll be going back to LG for my next telly.

The very old LG which I have now on a different room is sill working properly and in better shape than the Phillips that replaced it.
compbulkbuy11/09/2020 09:03

They don't stock this TV, so how did you buy it from them?


Sorry mate got different model. Thought it was same
Just got 8555 model and it's brilliant. Ambilight does fantastic job and android to OS is so much better than LG or Samsung ones.
Couldn't be happier
Edited by: "d3k" 11th Sep
steveieboy111/09/2020 08:09

Totally agree, I turn all my lights off in the lounge to watch TV and keep …Totally agree, I turn all my lights off in the lounge to watch TV and keep all curtains drawn. No one can see the sign saying about mobile phones though.


that is incorrect, low level bias lighting ideally behind the screen increases perceived contrast and reduces eye fatigue when watching TV in a darkened environment
AncientYouth11/09/2020 09:37

that is incorrect, low level bias lighting ideally behind the screen …that is incorrect, low level bias lighting ideally behind the screen increases perceived contrast and reduces eye fatigue when watching TV in a darkened environment


No its not. It reduces actual contrast. Particularly on screens that cant manage full HDR10 brightness like OLEDs and low end LEDs.

And eye fatigue? Just lol at the sales bs.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 11th Sep
High input lag on these. Useless for gaming
So many comments above talking/asking about the ambilight light, if interested you shouldn't you be asking, is it a good TV as in regards to picture quality ect, I cant find any reviews
HSM11/09/2020 08:05

I've just ordered mine from Richer sounds. They have dropped there price …I've just ordered mine from Richer sounds. They have dropped there price to £849. I also used a code TV25 which dropped price to £824 this includes 6 years warranty.


Which model?
HSM11/09/2020 10:10

The philips 70pus8555


Isn't that a lesser model
adamderak11/09/2020 10:12

Isn't that a lesser model


Think it has 3 ambient light instead of 4. Not much in it I think
Tony_DR11/09/2020 09:47

No its not. It reduces actual contrast. Particularly on screens that cant …No its not. It reduces actual contrast. Particularly on screens that cant manage full HDR10 brightness like OLEDs and low end LEDs.And eye fatigue? Just lol at the sales bs.


perceived contrast not sales BS....people have been doing this for years before Philips ambilight ever existed

read this and educate yourself howtogeek.com/213…ng/
AncientYouth11/09/2020 10:21

perceived contrast not sales BS....people have been doing this for years …perceived contrast not sales BS....people have been doing this for years before Philips ambilight ever existedread this and educate yourself https://www.howtogeek.com/213464/how-to-decrease-eye-fatigue-while-watching-tv-and-gaming-with-bias-lighting/


I manage just fine watching an HDR4000 QLED without any "eye fatigue" even in complete darkness thanks. With that TV it wouldn't matter to have some ambient light, but with say an OLED that can only produce maybe 600 Nits consistently it would matter if you want to be able to reproduce HDR as ambient lighting reduces the contrast.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 11th Sep
Are these panels as good as the sony's ?
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