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PHILIPS Ambilight 55OLED754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV - £935.55 With Code @ eBay / Currys
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PHILIPS Ambilight 55OLED754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV - £935.55 With Code @ eBay / Currys

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Posted 19th May

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Down from £1099 to £989 in a couple of places. A further 5% discount from Currys eBay store for a best price of £939.

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Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision

Enjoy premium sound and picture on a screen that makes everything look better than ever with the Philips Ambilight 55OLED754/12 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV.

Supporting Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision, whether you’re streaming a boxset, playing a console game, or watching a blockbuster, not only will you get perfect contrast and brightness, you’ll also get spacious sound with amazing depth and detail.

The Ambilight 55OLED754/12 also features Philips P5 Perfect Picture Engine, which enhances the tiny details in your content to make it feel more true to life. Colours are more vivid, skin tones look more natural and even the fastest moving scenes are perfectly smooth.

Bring everything to life

Get a magical light show to accompany everything you watch with Philips Ambilight. With intelligent LEDs around the edges of the TV which cast the colours on your screen onto the wall around it and into the room, your TV will feel bigger and everything you watch will come to life for a truly jaw-dropping experience.

Saphi Smart TV

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
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If you are interested in a Philips OLED then Costco are offering an Android version at just under £1k which seems better value then this: costco.co.uk/Ele…343
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Good price and excellent tv best purchase I've made recently
Zool19/05/2020 19:50

Good price and excellent tv best purchase I've made recently


What’s start up speed and general responsiveness like? I have a Sony 4k Android TV and it’s so bloated with useless features it takes forever to get running after first switching on or switching between different inputs/resolutions - and I’ve turned off every unnecessary advert/feature/gimmick I can.
noeasywayout19/05/2020 19:58

What’s start up speed and general responsiveness like? I have a Sony 4k A …What’s start up speed and general responsiveness like? I have a Sony 4k Android TV and it’s so bloated with useless features it takes forever to get running after first switching on or switching between different inputs/resolutions - and I’ve turned off every unnecessary advert/feature/gimmick I can.



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Good review here.
noeasywayout19/05/2020 19:58

What’s start up speed and general responsiveness like? I have a Sony 4k A …What’s start up speed and general responsiveness like? I have a Sony 4k Android TV and it’s so bloated with useless features it takes forever to get running after first switching on or switching between different inputs/resolutions - and I’ve turned off every unnecessary advert/feature/gimmick I can.


Mine loads straight into my Apple tv in around 10 secs that's all I use with as it covers all bases. The saphi OS built into this TV is poor very sluggish however if you don't use it I think there's nothing better on the market for the money. Remote is also basic but does the job.
Edited by: "Zool" 19th May
Zool19/05/2020 20:04

Mine loads straight into my Apple tv in around 10 secs that's all I use …Mine loads straight into my Apple tv in around 10 secs that's all I use with as it covers all bases. The saphi OS built into this TV is poor very sluggish however if you don't use it I think there's nothing better on the market for the money. Remote is also basic but does the job.


I use the Apple TV too so that’s good to know. Sounds like perhaps all TV OS could be sluggish? It would be good if manufacturers sold the TVs with the option of with or without their OS.
If you are interested in a Philips OLED then Costco are offering an Android version at just under £1k which seems better value then this: costco.co.uk/Ele…343
noeasywayout19/05/2020 20:08

I use the Apple TV too so that’s good to know. Sounds like perhaps all TV …I use the Apple TV too so that’s good to know. Sounds like perhaps all TV OS could be sluggish? It would be good if manufacturers sold the TVs with the option of with or without their OS.


Agreed most tv OS generally only get a few of years of support then start going down hill with app support far better with a dedicated box imo. Apple tv 4k is the best I've used so far
leicesterlad19/05/2020 20:09

If you are interested in a Philips OLED then Costco are offering an …If you are interested in a Philips OLED then Costco are offering an Android version at just under £1k which seems better value then this: https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Security/Televisions-Projectors/Televisions/Philips-55OLED85412-55-Inch-OLED-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-Android-Ambilight-TV/p/311343


A lovely unit.

In both LED and OLED the 6, 7 and 8 series are really close in price now.
I think the Philips OLEDs are decent but the 7 series LED TVs are poor. Recently picked up the 58PUS7304 from Costco and am returning it this week. The software is buggy and the picture quality is poor. Have spent hours calibrating it and trying to get a good picture. Even calibrated using settings from other users the picture looks washed out and dull. Am now looking for an OLED and will probably go for an LG B9.
leicesterlad19/05/2020 20:21

I think the Philips OLEDs are decent but the 7 series LED TVs are poor. …I think the Philips OLEDs are decent but the 7 series LED TVs are poor. Recently picked up the 58PUS7304 from Costco and am returning it this week. The software is buggy and the picture quality is poor. Have spent hours calibrating it and trying to get a good picture. Even calibrated using settings from other users the picture looks washed out and dull. Am now looking for an OLED and will probably go for an LG B9.


Funnily enough I’m returning a 50PUS8204/12 in the hope of getting an OLED version. I must keep telling myself though that it’s a tv half the price, and the OLED won’t be more than twice as good...but still I want one.
Edited by: "psigeek" 19th May
psigeek19/05/2020 20:24

Funnily enough I’m returning a 50PUS8204/12 in the hope of getting an OLED …Funnily enough I’m returning a 50PUS8204/12 in the hope of getting an OLED version. I must keep telling myself though that it’s a tv half the price, and the OLED won’t be more than twice as good...but still I want one.

Before buying the 58PUS7304 I thought the same but I think you get what you pay for with OLED TVs. I've had the Philips LED TV for just over a month and watched the Bundesliga on BT Sport through my Virgin Media 4ktv box and the picture quality was poorer then my ten year old Samsung LED TV which is a 40 inch panel.

Thinking about how long the Samsung has lasted which is 10 years and its still working I thought I may as well invest in a good OLED TV. When you think how much people spend on a high end mobile phone and how long you expect a good TV to last I think an OLED is priced about right. I would prefer to pay less but that's the going rate for a decent OLED.

Having had the 7 series Philips LED TV I think its a false economy to get a low to mid range TV as over time you will want to get an OLED. I think its better to save up if you can and get an OLED or QLED. I was disappointed with the Philips as I thought it had potential and liked ambilight as a concept and think it adds to the viewing experience but for me picture quality is all important.
Edited by: "leicesterlad" 19th May
Seems silly to buy this. Get the 854 instead from Costco.

I'm personally waiting to see what price this years models come in at, mainly the 805 and waiting for the reviews on that set before buying. They are due within the next few weeks.
leicesterlad19/05/2020 20:35

Before buying the 58PUS7304 I thought the same but I think you get what …Before buying the 58PUS7304 I thought the same but I think you get what you pay for with OLED TVs. I've had the Philips LED TV for just over a month and watched the Bundesliga on BT Sport through my Virgin Media 4ktv box and the picture quality was poorer then my ten year old Samsung LED TV which is a 40 inch panel.Thinking about how long the Samsung has lasted which is 10 years and its still working I thought I may as well invest in a good OLED TV. When you think how much people spend on a high end mobile phone and how long you expect a good TV to last I think an OLED is priced about right. I would prefer to pay less but that's the going rate for a decent OLED.Having had the 7 series Philips LED TV I think its a false economy to get a low to mid range TV as over time you will want to get an OLED. I think its better to save up if you can and get an OLED or QLED. I was disappointed with the Philips as I thought it had potential and liked ambilight as a concept and think it adds to the viewing experience but for me picture quality is all important.


Was thinking of buying that TV too but after yours and a few other comments I'm going to save and get the OLED instead. It's a long term investment for me as my last set, an LG I got was 10 years ago and paid £1000 for it then so to pay similar now for the technology it's worth getting from Costco with the extra warranty.
leicesterlad19/05/2020 20:35

Before buying the 58PUS7304 I thought the same but I think you get what …Before buying the 58PUS7304 I thought the same but I think you get what you pay for with OLED TVs. I've had the Philips LED TV for just over a month and watched the Bundesliga on BT Sport through my Virgin Media 4ktv box and the picture quality was poorer then my ten year old Samsung LED TV which is a 40 inch panel.Thinking about how long the Samsung has lasted which is 10 years and its still working I thought I may as well invest in a good OLED TV. When you think how much people spend on a high end mobile phone and how long you expect a good TV to last I think an OLED is priced about right. I would prefer to pay less but that's the going rate for a decent OLED.Having had the 7 series Philips LED TV I think its a false economy to get a low to mid range TV as over time you will want to get an OLED. I think its better to save up if you can and get an OLED or QLED. I was disappointed with the Philips as I thought it had potential and liked ambilight as a concept and think it adds to the viewing experience but for me picture quality is all important.


I’m sure you’ll check the picture yourself but as far as I’m aware:

OLED > QLED > LED
Bought the LG B9 55 inch model after asking Richer Sounds to price match the Curry's deal. In the end I paid £973 and TV should be delivered in the next few days.
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