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PHILIPS Ambilight 55PUS6754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR 10+ LED TV + 2 Year Warranty £499 delivered with code - @ Currys eBay
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PHILIPS Ambilight 55PUS6754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR 10+ LED TV + 2 Year Warranty £499 delivered with code - @ Currys eBay

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Posted 6th Sep 2019Edited by:"apur32"

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Beautiful picture

See incredible detail in everything you watch, with the Philips 55PUS6754/12 55" 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.

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.

Crystal clear audio

A great picture deserves great sound to match. The Philips 55PUS6754/12 TV features Dolby Atmos, placing you at the centre of the action on screen, whether you're playing a console game, streaming a series or watching the latest blockbuster or Blu-Ray.
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bbc license - an offense to Democracy.
JamesForrest07/09/2019 09:32

I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the …I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the sound and getting s software update from Phillips).


You not have a soundbar?

People wanted thinner TVs so you can't have good speakers anymore.

Any TV purchased now a soundbar should be a compulsory purchase to complete the experience.
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That's a beaut' of a TV.

And with an extra 9% off the asking price too?, well ...

What's not to like?. :-)
amour3k06/09/2019 22:41

That's a beaut' of a TV.And with an extra 9% off the asking price too?, …That's a beaut' of a TV.And with an extra 9% off the asking price too?, well ...What's not to like?. :-)


Thank you @amour3k Great TV with ambilight 3
apur3206/09/2019 22:43

Thank you @amour3k Great TV with ambilight 3


You're most welcome @apur32

When it comes to TV's though, I have very little knowledge of them, sorry, lol, beyond (ofcourse), HD, HDR, 3D, 4K, etc, I have no idea. :-)

I'm assuming that ambilight is in relation to either the picture quality, and/or light contrast of the TV in some way right?, or ...

And as such ambilight 3 would therefore be wayyyyyy up there with the greats too, etc etc etc?. :-)

Or am I wayyyyyy off base? (yes, pun intended, lol), thanx.
I bought this model last week. It is a great tv. Definitely recommended. Heat added.
amour3k06/09/2019 23:00

You're most welcome @apur32 8)When it comes to TV's though, I have very …You're most welcome @apur32 8)When it comes to TV's though, I have very little knowledge of them, sorry, lol, beyond (ofcourse), HD, HDR, 3D, 4K, etc, I have no idea. :-)I'm assuming that ambilight is in relation to either the picture quality, and/or light contrast of the TV in some way right?, or ...And as such ambilight 3 would therefore be wayyyyyy up there with the greats too, etc etc etc?. :-)Or am I wayyyyyy off base? (yes, pun intended, lol), thanx.


Ambilight is the lights on the sides of the TV that makes a glow against the wall with the same colours shown on the screen.
amour3k06/09/2019 22:41

That's a beaut' of a TV.And with an extra 9% off the asking price too?, …That's a beaut' of a TV.And with an extra 9% off the asking price too?, well ...What's not to like?. :-)



Don't...
The.Lone.Ranger06/09/2019 23:38

Ambilight is the lights on the sides of the TV that makes a glow against …Ambilight is the lights on the sides of the TV that makes a glow against the wall with the same colours shown on the screen.


Ahhhhhhhhh, interesting, fair enough, thanx.
Shame it’s not 7 series where Android starts
I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the sound and getting s software update from Phillips).
JamesForrest07/09/2019 09:32

I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the …I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the sound and getting s software update from Phillips).


You not have a soundbar?

People wanted thinner TVs so you can't have good speakers anymore.

Any TV purchased now a soundbar should be a compulsory purchase to complete the experience.
Would be a good tv if it had better hdmi ports
guessing this is fake hdr
JamesForrest07/09/2019 09:32

I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the …I've got an ambilight, sound is awful (despite playing around with the sound and getting s software update from Phillips).


Tbh sound bar will make a huge difference to any TV and don't cost much nowadays plus can be used whenever you buy a new one
aliboy8607/09/2019 10:14

Would be a good tv if it had better hdmi ports


What's wrong with the HDMI ports?
I’ve a 55inch ambilight 4k tv, the picture quality is nowhere as good as the Panasonic 1080p mid range model it replaced, I gave the Panasonic to my dad, wished I hadn’t.
the picture quality on DVB-T HD channels is poor to say the least.

all I’d say is view what your buying first
Fab spot AP!!

Is Ambilight 3 a bit like Ambilight 2, but with one more Ambi
Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show fool you & make you think it’s a top set.

Do your homework prior.
Edited by: "madmurd" 8th Sep 2019
Very Good Deal But Curry's are Scum I don't buy 3 figure items from them
madmurd07/09/2019 11:35

Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show make you think it’s a …Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show make you think it’s a top set


Why? My Philips 50PUS6753 isn't noticeably worse quality than my Samsung 55NU7400. Both are noticeably better quality than my 43" Hisense 6250.
When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc Police?
Gort195107/09/2019 12:10

When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc …When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc Police?


No longer does this, you just get inundated with postal payment demands and visits to your home by the licensing Gestapo.
They are
Gort195107/09/2019 12:10

When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc …When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc Police?


They are no longer required to inform TV Licensing.
madmurd07/09/2019 11:35

Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show make you think it’s a …Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show make you think it’s a top set


LEDs on the side? Must be a top set!
madmurd07/09/2019 11:35

Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show fool you & make you t …Poor quality of tv don’t let the gimmicky light show fool you & make you think it’s a top set


I used to be a service agent for Philips and it taught me one thing .... don’t ever buy Philips !
42" Philips Plasma owner since 2006 and its still going strong ...Bought through here from JL.....Pays your money takes your risk.......
bitcoin507/09/2019 11:21

Fab spot AP!!Is Ambilight 3 a bit like Ambilight 2, but with one more Ambi …Fab spot AP!!Is Ambilight 3 a bit like Ambilight 2, but with one more Ambi


An ambi-light is only half an ambi, so with the ambi-light 3 you're only actually getting one and a half ambis.
Bit of a swizz, really.
niceblokedave07/09/2019 13:06

I used to be a service agent for Philips and it taught me one thing .... …I used to be a service agent for Philips and it taught me one thing .... don’t ever buy Philips !


When was that though? Philips used to use Vestel for a lot of their TV's, which isn't the case anymore.
Late07/09/2019 13:20

An ambi-light is only half an ambi, so with the ambi-light 3 you're only …An ambi-light is only half an ambi, so with the ambi-light 3 you're only actually getting one and a half ambis.Bit of a swizz, really.


It's 3 sided, top and sides, works wonders if you set it up in the right location against a wall or in a corner
bbc license - an offense to Democracy.
I have had the Philips 50PUS7303/12 since November, bought through here from amazon, for £450
have had no issues with it at all, fantastic telly in my opinion, not going on the wall, that'd be a waste
of the ambilight feature
Edited by: "robclarke42" 7th Sep 2019
FierceVinegar07/09/2019 10:33

guessing this is fake hdr


As in an 8 bit panel and low brightness levels? Yes, like most budget TV's, it's not going to really give you a good HDR experience.
FierceVinegar07/09/2019 10:33

guessing this is fake hdr


HDR is a new set of picture standards rather than a technology and it's not very helpful to classify something as real or fake HDR. The HDR standards allow content creators to specify a far wider contrast and colour range than current hardware is capable of reproducing so they're designed to scale down to whatever the TV is capable of.

The technologies to show the extra range of HDR are implemented gradually as you go up the range so where the line is when you're seeing enough difference to be 'real' HDR would be very subjective.

Having said that, it still an expensive technology to do well and the big jumps in picture quality are towards the upper ends of the range. If you want to buy a TV specifically because of HDR then you wouldn't be looking at a £500 model such as this as it's capabilities are close to that of an SDR TV.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 7th Sep 2019
EndlessWaves07/09/2019 17:15

HDR is a new set of picture standards rather than a technology and it's …HDR is a new set of picture standards rather than a technology and it's not very helpful to classify something as real or fake HDR. The HDR standards allow content creators to specify a far wider contrast and colour range than current hardware is capable of reproducing so they're designed to scale down to whatever the TV is capable of.The technologies to show the extra range of HDR are implemented gradually as you go up the range so where the line is when you're seeing enough difference to be 'real' HDR would be very subjective. Having said that, it still an expensive technology to do well and the big jumps in picture quality are towards the upper ends of the range. If you want to buy a TV specifically because of HDR then you wouldn't be looking at a £500 model such as this as it's capabilities are close to that of an SDR TV.


imo hdr is a native 10 bit panel and atleast 500-600 nits max brightness, most of these 8bit plus frc do like 300 at most so not really hdr at all, but the offical spec for hdr is like 1000 nits which most tvs dont do
FierceVinegar07/09/2019 17:47

imo hdr is a native 10 bit panel and atleast 500-600 nits max brightness, …imo hdr is a native 10 bit panel and atleast 500-600 nits max brightness, most of these 8bit plus frc do like 300 at most so not really hdr at all, but the offical spec for hdr is like 1000 nits which most tvs dont do


As far as I understand for PQ-based HDR standards (HDR10, Dolby Vision etc.) the spec is 10,000cd/m² and Rec. 2020. That's what the 10-bits are used for. If something is mastered to a lower brightness range or smaller colour space it uses a subset of that range rather than specifying the range it's using to 10-bit precision.

A 10-bit LCD panel is of limited use to HDR as the LCD isn't managing the extra brightness range and the full Rec. 2020 colour space is some way off. 8-bit panels are producing the same results at the moment, especially with the tiny pixels 4K provides.

The 1000cd/m² figure was an attempt at a certification program called UHD Premium by an organisation called the UHD Alliance, although it's fallen by the wayside with manufacturers no longer submitting products for it.

Extra peak brightness helps but to use it across a range of scenes you also need a good local dimming system, otherwise it's only usable in scenes with a fairly high minimum brightness.
Gort195107/09/2019 12:10

When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc …When you buy a new TV, does the shop you bought it from inform the bbc Police?


Doesn't matter. Register on their site you don't watch live TV or any BBC on demand and you never need one. Hide and they'll keep threatening to appear and look at your house. They've never visited me in three years now...
I have one, gets areas of the screen that fade, I have one right in the middle that shows especially on green line football. Went to Phillips and not covered under warranty....
Looks like the screen needs a clean but it's under the outside. Very annoying.... Google it as many others have this with Philips, also compared to LG and Samsung the picture is far worse.
I have one it's and find it fantastic
chancooluk07/09/2019 14:09

When was that though? Philips used to use Vestel for a lot of their TV's, …When was that though? Philips used to use Vestel for a lot of their TV's, which isn't the case anymore.


TP Vision now
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