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PHILIPS Ambilight 55PUS6754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £407.55 With Code @ Currys Ebay
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PHILIPS Ambilight 55PUS6754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £407.55 With Code @ Currys Ebay

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3409836.jpgBeautiful 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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Loving my new ambilight!!
Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dark regardless of tv calibration settings. Pay the extra and get a Samsung, LG or Sony. U won’t regret it
machomansavage20/02/2020 10:01

Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dar …Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dark regardless of tv calibration settings. Pay the extra and get a Samsung, LG or Sony. U won’t regret it


Thats funny mine is the best TV I have ever owned. I get great blacks. Yours must have been faulty, or Philips are using a dodgy panel supplier in the supply chain. You should have sent it back.
My Panasonic 55 KX has now been relegated to the bedroom.
Edited by: "ZapGod" 20th Feb
machomansavage20/02/2020 10:01

Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dar …Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dark regardless of tv calibration settings. Pay the extra and get a Samsung, LG or Sony. U won’t regret it


I bought a Philips 4K tv (6703) myself based in reviews on here to replace a decent 1080p Panasonic, wish I hadn’t bothered.
ambilight is just a gimmick, would just prefer decent picture quality, which mine hasn’t got.
Edited by: "matlock67" 20th Feb
ZapGod20/02/2020 10:11

Thats funny mine is the best TV I have ever owned. I get great blacks. …Thats funny mine is the best TV I have ever owned. I get great blacks. Yours must have been faulty, or Philips are using a dodgy panel supplier in the supply chain. You should have sent it back.My Panasonic 55 KX has now been relegated to the bedroom.


I did and got a Samsung. Apart from Samsung, LG, Sony (and I think that newish brand (TLC) I think all other TVs now are made in Turkey under Vestel (think that’s how u spell it)

Never happier with my new Samsung. Knocks this out of the park
Edited by: "machomansavage" 20th Feb
machomansavage20/02/2020 10:01

Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dar …Worst Tv I’ve ever owned. Wouldn’t ever buy a Philips again. Picture so dark regardless of tv calibration settings. Pay the extra and get a Samsung, LG or Sony. U won’t regret it


I've never had issue with my TV being too dark in fact in my house the Samsung is the TV with brightness issues.

My friend recently got a new Samsung too and though my Philips is 3 years old the picture quality isn't too different (unless you play HDR content through it because mine doesn't have HDR thanks to its age)
matlock6720/02/2020 10:12

I bought a Philips 4K tv (6703) myself based in reviews on here to replace …I bought a Philips 4K tv (6703) myself based in reviews on here to replace a decent 1080p Panasonic, wish I hadn’t bothered.ambilight is just a gimmick, would just prefer decent picture quality, which mine hasn’t got.


I totally agree with you! Never really had ambilight on after a while back I read about someone falling asleep and their living room went on fire.

It was just the terrible dark picture. No matter what I done. I gave up when the led lights behind the screen started falling off and making white dots on the screen.

Poorly made and has turned me off for life
Edited by: "machomansavage" 20th Feb
Adam_Shippam20/02/2020 10:23

I've never had issue with my TV being too dark in fact in my house the …I've never had issue with my TV being too dark in fact in my house the Samsung is the TV with brightness issues.My friend recently got a new Samsung too and though my Philips is 3 years old the picture quality isn't too different (unless you play HDR content through it because mine doesn't have HDR thanks to its age)


Philips are made by Vestel in Turkey now. They’re awful
My 55 PUS 7304/12 says "Assembled in Poland" on the box.
I don't use ambilight due to the tv's location in the room but am quite reasonably pleased with the picture quality..it was a Amazon Warehouse deal so at £150 less than a new one I am quite happy.
Edited by: "currychops" 20th Feb
No issues with my ambilight. Amazon Prime 4k video is very dark but that's a problem on their end which a lot of people with different TVs have mentioned.
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