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Philips Ambilight 75PUS6754 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV + 6 Year Guarantee £879 using code @ Richer Sounds
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Philips Ambilight 75PUS6754 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV + 6 Year Guarantee £879 using code @ Richer Sounds

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Fab price for this 75" beast and this is the 2019 model too
Use code TV20 at checkout to bring price down to £879

+ 6 Years Guarantee
+ Free Delivery or available in-store too

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Enjoy cinema-sized viewing, with the Ambilight-equipped Philips 75PUS6754

3-sided Ambilight for picture immersion
Ambilight technology is unique to Philips. It makes the screen appear much wider—and your viewing experience more immersive—by emitting an extra wide glow from three-sides of your TV screen onto the surrounding wall. Colour, vibrancy and excitement move beyond the screen and into your living room to bring you a viewing experience beyond the ordinary.

Pixel Precise Ultra HD and Micro Dimming for optimised picture
Unique picture processing sets the Philips apart from its rivals. Pixel Precise Ultra HD delivers smoother motion and life-like picture depth. Micro Dimming analyses the picture across thousands of zones and adjusts it accordingly. This maximises the contrast for life-like images and realism.

Get the best from HDR with HDR10+
For the highest quality picture, HDR10+ offers scene-by-scene HDR mastering for the truest, most accurate HDR picture technology to date. With HDR10+ each scene is optimised, meaning the maximum amount of detail is shown – even in the brightest or darkest moments. The 75PUS6754 also supports standard HDR10 and HLG formats. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
As well as supporting HDR10+, the 75PUS6754 is also compatible with Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas around the world. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content.

Smarter TV from SAPHI
Packing the latest SAPHI smart system, powered by a Quad Core processor, this Philips 75” TV is a slick performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube the BBC iPlayer and more. A built-in web browser lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Crisp and detailed sound
Compatible with Dolby Atmos sound tracks, the 75PUS6754 has the potential to deliver spacious, enveloping sound. Clear Sound improves dialogue, making it easier to hear individual voices.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

Fully connected
Three HDMI sockets make it easy to connect a Blu-ray player, games console and TV set-top box. All sockets are HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with UHD Blu-ray players and most 4K HDR streaming services. Other connections include twin USB sockets, featuring recording to a compatible USB device. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base plus headphone sockets and you've everything you need from your new TV.
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TiscaliSurvivor25/01/2020 21:20

I have a 15 year old 32" 100Mhtz JVC CRT TV that refuses to die. it is …I have a 15 year old 32" 100Mhtz JVC CRT TV that refuses to die. it is about 45 inches thick and has no HDMI...What do you think the electricity savings would be if I upgraded?


You will singlehandedly stop global warming
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Cracking deal.
Awesome deal. Heat added.

I posted this but added the code TV20 later so my post was removed!
Not android
Not android?
Immediate plus in my book.
jooda7622/01/2020 11:18

Not android


It has saphi. Not as good as far as i can tell but good enough for most people.
This or the Samsung ru7100/7020
Is it a problem this doesn't have P5
Pulled the trigger and ordered, thanks op
This 75" ambilight or should I hold out for an 85" TV? It seems the ambilight could make up for the lesser size
FrugalFergal22/01/2020 19:30

This 75" ambilight or should I hold out for an 85" TV? It seems the …This 75" ambilight or should I hold out for an 85" TV? It seems the ambilight could make up for the lesser size


Go for this
merb078622/01/2020 19:31

Go for this


We've had a glorious 65" Samsung KS9000 with HDR 1000 etc for the last 3yrs. Its amazing on 4K HDR movies but in terms of our viewing habbits 99% of the time we just watch regular TV, Netflx or Youtube. We're looking to upgrade and buy a new telly. We're still keeping the Samsung in our Games room for the current and next gen consoles but in the main living room I thought nothing less than 85" would be a worthy upgrade. I discussed and argued our viewing habbits with my flatmate and we decided we love the hugeness of the Samsung screen but didnt overly care for all the very expensive HDR tech so decided we'd press the button on pretty much any 85" TV under £1k. 65-75" is a 33% increase in size but 65" - 85" is a 71% increase in size - which at £1k seems like the bare minimum we thought we'd want to go for. Then I asked him.... so.... what if our next telly was a 85" Beko/Alba TV from a supermarket as our main telly and he almost choked. I'd love the biggest TV we can afford dont think we'll get an 85" semi decent quality TV from Richer Sounds/ John Lewis for less than £1k this year. Hence why Im looking at this 75" TV as a worthy upgrade to out 65". I think the amblight would look fab. We have hgh white walls where the ambilight could really shine. I've never seen ambilight in action so would really love to hear from others whether its really as amazing as it seems.
FrugalFergal22/01/2020 20:32

We've had a glorious 65" Samsung KS9000 with HDR 1000 etc for the last …We've had a glorious 65" Samsung KS9000 with HDR 1000 etc for the last 3yrs. Its amazing on 4K HDR movies but in terms of our viewing habbits 99% of the time we just watch regular TV, Netflx or Youtube. We're looking to upgrade and buy a new telly. We're still keeping the Samsung in our Games room for the current and next gen consoles but in the main living room I thought nothing less than 85" would be a worthy upgrade. I discussed and argued our viewing habbits with my flatmate and we decided we love the hugeness of the Samsung screen but didnt overly care for all the very expensive HDR tech so decided we'd press the button on pretty much any 85" TV under £1k. 65-75" is a 33% increase in size but 65" - 85" is a 71% increase in size - which at £1k seems like the bare minimum we thought we'd want to go for. Then I asked him.... so.... what if our next telly was a 85" Beko/Alba TV from a supermarket as our main telly and he almost choked. I'd love the biggest TV we can afford dont think we'll get an 85" semi decent quality TV from Richer Sounds/ John Lewis for less than £1k this year. Hence why Im looking at this 75" TV as a worthy upgrade to out 65". I think the amblight would look fab. We have hgh white walls where the ambilight could really shine. I've never seen ambilight in action so would really love to hear from others whether its really as amazing as it seems.


The KS9000 was top of the range and wouldn't have been less than 1k.

No idea why you would go from a great TV to any old 85" TV.
CoeK23/01/2020 07:32

The KS9000 was top of the range and wouldn't have been less than 1k.No …The KS9000 was top of the range and wouldn't have been less than 1k.No idea why you would go from a great TV to any old 85" TV.


We got the KS9000 as a 'future proof' high end TV. It's great for 4K HDR movie which we watch occasionally. We're moving this from our main living room to our dedicated games room. The consoles probably provde more of the HDR1000 content than most of the movies we watch and we can still use it to watch movies in HDR1000 when we choose.

Initially our plan was to keep the KS9000 as our main living room TV and spend £400-500 or so on a decent 55" 'games room TV'. Then we realised 95% of what we watch is just regular TV or Youtube so we then thought it might be better to move the KS9000 to the games room and just buy a 'big' TV which doesnt neccessarily have to have all the bells and whistles of the KS9000. We'd up the budget by £300-400 and we think this would be better value in the long run since we plan to replace the KS9000 in a few years anyway.

Our main living room is HUGE. I would put a 100" TV in there if we had the money. The walls are all white. The plan was to buy a 85" TV. The KS9000 equivalent is still around £2K and I doubt prices will drop majorly any time soon. We decided we would press the button on any 85" TV once it hit the £1K mark but then we dont want to end up with a Beko or Cello nonesense either.

Thats why I think the 75" ambilight TV might be a good compromise as its still 33% bigger than the 65" TV and the glowy colours would really enhance huge huge white wall behind the TV.

I just need to research whether the tech inside this TV is 'good enough' for regular TV/Youtube/Netflix. We wont be playing any games on it. The price is right and its RS with the 6yr warranty so its a very tempting deal for me.

Edit: Im still baffled by how this exact TV from RS hit over 1,000c at £1250 in Sept and less than 4 months later at £879 this deal still hasnt hit 300c

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Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 23rd Jan
FrugalFergal23/01/2020 09:14

We got the KS9000 as a 'future proof' high end TV. It's great for 4K HDR …We got the KS9000 as a 'future proof' high end TV. It's great for 4K HDR movie which we watch occasionally. We're moving this from our main living room to our dedicated games room. The consoles probably provde more of the HDR1000 content than most of the movies we watch and we can still use it to watch movies in HDR1000 when we choose.Initially our plan was to keep the KS9000 as our main living room TV and spend £400-500 or so on a decent 55" 'games room TV'. Then we realised 95% of what we watch is just regular TV or Youtube so we then thought it might be better to move the KS9000 to the games room and just buy a 'big' TV which doesnt neccessarily have to have all the bells and whistles of the KS9000. We'd up the budget by £300-400 and we think this would be better value in the long run since we plan to replace the KS9000 in a few years anyway.Our main living room is HUGE. I would put a 100" TV in there if we had the money. The walls are all white. The plan was to buy a 85" TV. The KS9000 equivalent is still around £2K and I doubt prices will drop majorly any time soon. We decided we would press the button on any 85" TV once it hit the £1K mark but then we dont want to end up with a Beko or Cello nonesense either.Thats why I think the 75" ambilight TV might be a good compromise as its still 33% bigger than the 65" TV and the glowy colours would really enhance huge huge white wall behind the TV.I just need to research whether the tech inside this TV is 'good enough' for regular TV/Youtube/Netflix. We wont be playing any games on it. The price is right and its RS with the 6yr warranty so its a very tempting deal for me.Edit: Im still baffled by how this exact TV from RS hit over 1,000c at £1250 in Sept and less than 4 months later at £879 this deal still hasnt hit 300c https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huge-75-philips-4k-hdr-2019-ambilight-tv-1249-75pus6754-500-off-amazon-3301454


Bigger TV doesn't equate to a Better TV.

The size of this TV is great, but it lacks in sluggish buggy software and only one HDMI 2.0 port (the rest are 1.4) which means if you want HDR content from your other devices, you will have to get at the back of the telly each time and manually change the HDMI cable.
gotadeal23/01/2020 11:06

Bigger TV doesn't equate to a Better TV. The size of this TV is great, but …Bigger TV doesn't equate to a Better TV. The size of this TV is great, but it lacks in sluggish buggy software and only one HDMI 2.0 port (the rest are 1.4) which means if you want HDR content from your other devices, you will have to get at the back of the telly each time and manually change the HDMI cable.


They're all hdmi 2.0.
just came out of Richer Sounds and viewed the 55" version of this to see its ambilight in action. It was impressive and the picture quality was nice. Not as good as the high end QLEDS or OLEDs for picture quality but this TV is half the price of those.

However...

It is BIG. When I say big I mean ENORMOUS. Its a clear leap in size from my 65" TV.

For the price, nothing comes close. Im seriously considering snapping one up.

I would love to hear from anyone who already has this or prevous ambilight TVs for their opinion on theirs.

Edit 1: Richer Sounds said 75"+ TVs are still very niche. They tend to only do sales on the smaller TVs because theyre more mass market, hence they buy more of them hence they need to do sales to get rid of them when the newer models are coming. Therefore its rare for the to put 75" TVs on sale since they order so few of them in the first place, stock just naturally sells off. This is a good deal and the best bang for buck big TV around at the moment.
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 24th Jan
what's better this one or the LG 75UM7600PLB 75 Inch at £ 999 at costco ?
cheers

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Andy_Peters7Cc24/01/2020 15:04

what's better this one or the LG 75UM7600PLB 75 Inch at £ 999 at costco …what's better this one or the LG 75UM7600PLB 75 Inch at £ 999 at costco ?cheersA


I looked at both the LG at Costco and Philips at Richer Sounds. LG is a very good TV. Sound was ok, clear but not as good as the Philips in my opinion. The panel is definitely IPS not VA. Picture quality looked similar to the Philips, I preferred the black levels on the Philips. AI has Google Assistant and connects to Google Home & Alexa etc. Another one to look at is Hisense B, all 3 compete well against each other. Also Costco do the 70" 7304 which is the 7 series with Android not Saphi at £999 but I'd personally wait for a Costco deal on that one.

I went with the 75" Philips for the Ambilight. My biggest concern is how good black levels will be compared to my Panasonic ZT60 plasma which has a special studio master panel. However, I thought this deal would be a good chance to get on the 4K UHD bandwagon for relatively small outlay for a 75" beast. User reviews from those who bought this during Black Friday have been positive too.

This is an interim TV for me to test out Philips before moving house later this year and I'll be going top end OLED, either Panasonic or Philips. In fact, I was originally looking at the 65 inch Panasonic GZ2000 but now is not the right time to lay down £3K on a TV!
Thanks mr c

very helpful, saw some other comments on the Hisense being best option too. I got a cheap at time 75 inch TOSHIBA from Costco in 2018 and it’s bit rubbish so was hoping these would be a little better
gatlanda22/01/2020 16:33

Is it a problem this doesn't have P5


This is odd. According to this website the 75" model does have a P5 processor

Edit: I think thats an error as Philips own site says it has Pixel Precise Ultra HD with no reference to P5
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 25th Jan
haisrisri25/01/2020 11:49

Which is best ? This OR …Which is best ? This OR https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-65pus7304-65-4k-ambilight-tv-hdr10-at-amazon-3392918


I think that one should be better as its got a 1700 Picture Performance Index and P5 Perfect Picture Engine. This one has a 1200PPI and no P5 Processor
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
Great deal merb. 75" Ambilight under £900
39762780-AZH6x.jpgBought this when Currys had it for the same price in black Friday. They promptly went out of stock and it only showed up on Wednesday this week lol. Got it wall mounted the next day and the little one is currently watching Minions on it. Wasn't sure if I'd like the Ambilight, but it works very well with an extra cool feature of being able to pair it with Hue light bulbs to extend the effect. Excellent value for money and I'm very happy with it.
crafoo25/01/2020 20:37

[Image] Bought this when Currys had it for the same price in black Friday. …[Image] Bought this when Currys had it for the same price in black Friday. They promptly went out of stock and it only showed up on Wednesday this week lol. Got it wall mounted the next day and the little one is currently watching Minions on it. Wasn't sure if I'd like the Ambilight, but it works very well with an extra cool feature of being able to pair it with Hue light bulbs to extend the effect. Excellent value for money and I'm very happy with it.


Great post. Mine will be here next week. I am so excited I cant wait. Are you happy with yours? Obvioulsy the size is non-debatable but how do you feel about the black levels, the brightness and motion quality?

I also thought this video was a great buying guide
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 25th Jan
MrC.Ashback25/01/2020 09:25

I looked at both the LG at Costco and Philips at Richer Sounds. LG is a …I looked at both the LG at Costco and Philips at Richer Sounds. LG is a very good TV. Sound was ok, clear but not as good as the Philips in my opinion. The panel is definitely IPS not VA. Picture quality looked similar to the Philips, I preferred the black levels on the Philips. AI has Google Assistant and connects to Google Home & Alexa etc. Another one to look at is Hisense B, all 3 compete well against each other. Also Costco do the 70" 7304 which is the 7 series with Android not Saphi at £999 but I'd personally wait for a Costco deal on that one. I went with the 75" Philips for the Ambilight. My biggest concern is how good black levels will be compared to my Panasonic ZT60 plasma which has a special studio master panel. However, I thought this deal would be a good chance to get on the 4K UHD bandwagon for relatively small outlay for a 75" beast. User reviews from those who bought this during Black Friday have been positive too.This is an interim TV for me to test out Philips before moving house later this year and I'll be going top end OLED, either Panasonic or Philips. In fact, I was originally looking at the 65 inch Panasonic GZ2000 but now is not the right time to lay down £3K on a TV!


When you was at Costco did you happen to see a hisense 65” 7500 in the flesh and if so was it any good ? Thank you
FrugalFergal25/01/2020 20:46

Great post. Mine will be here next week. I am so excited I cant wait. Are …Great post. Mine will be here next week. I am so excited I cant wait. Are you happy with yours? Obvioulsy the size is non-debatable but how do you feel about the black levels, the brightness and motion quality?I also thought this video was a great buying guide


I've honestly not had chance to watch an awful lot on it yet and I'm yet to watch any UHD content to see what is capable of. But from the small amount I've seen I've got zero complaints. If you're the type to really inspect every element closely I'm sure you'll find short comings in some areas, it's inevitable (you could pay 5 times the amount and still get some things you're not 100% happy with), but if you want a very capable large TV for very little money (TV wise), you won't go wrong here. I'm sure you'll be very happy with your purchase

Won't be the same as seeing it first hand and probably not that helpful, but added this pic as it felt relevant and pretty much everything on screen just went black at the end of the film lol. Personally feel the picture overall is very good, nothing jumps out as looking a bit off at all.

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I have a 15 year old 32" 100Mhtz JVC CRT TV that refuses to die. it is about 45 inches thick and has no HDMI...

What do you think the electricity savings would be if I upgraded?
TiscaliSurvivor25/01/2020 21:20

I have a 15 year old 32" 100Mhtz JVC CRT TV that refuses to die. it is …I have a 15 year old 32" 100Mhtz JVC CRT TV that refuses to die. it is about 45 inches thick and has no HDMI...What do you think the electricity savings would be if I upgraded?


You will singlehandedly stop global warming
crafoo25/01/2020 20:37

[Image] Bought this when Currys had it for the same price in black Friday. …[Image] Bought this when Currys had it for the same price in black Friday. They promptly went out of stock and it only showed up on Wednesday this week lol. Got it wall mounted the next day and the little one is currently watching Minions on it. Wasn't sure if I'd like the Ambilight, but it works very well with an extra cool feature of being able to pair it with Hue light bulbs to extend the effect. Excellent value for money and I'm very happy with it.


What wall mount are you using please? Looks great, mine is being delivered on Monday
jdeery25/01/2020 21:33

What wall mount are you using please? Looks great, mine is being delivered …What wall mount are you using please? Looks great, mine is being delivered on Monday


39763481-9lKEA.jpgJust had to go rooting through the cardboard bin for this lol. Hope it helps.
reeceross25/01/2020 20:59

When you was at Costco did you happen to see a hisense 65” 7500 in the f …When you was at Costco did you happen to see a hisense 65” 7500 in the flesh and if so was it any good ? Thank you


Yes, I saw the Hisense 65" 7500, it looked slick with fantastic picture quality for the price. Also they had the Hisense H65U7BUK which was only £50 more expensive than the 7500 with extras like different stand, one more HDMI port and Dolby vision but not noticeably any different in screen to me. If I was in the market for a 65" without spending big money I'd seriously consider a Hisense.
crafoo25/01/2020 22:07

[Image] Just had to go rooting through the cardboard bin for this lol. …[Image] Just had to go rooting through the cardboard bin for this lol. Hope it helps.


Cheers for your opinions on the 75", the picture quality does look superb! Also information on the Sanus mounting bracket is useful, I'll need to pick up one of them too!

Richer Sounds delivered mine today! My plan is to buy a bracket for the Philips then get an AV specialist out to get it on the wall, cables in the walls and move my old Panny plasma and bracket to another room to connect for Sky Q multi-room.

Reckon I'm about a week away from sorting all that and finally watching 4K UHD Ambilight on the 75"!

My only Philips comparison will be to the 70 inch 7 series 7304 I saw in Costco which looked like it had really amazing blacks for a non-OLED TV. So if our 6 series 6354 is close to that quality I'll be happy!

Ideally, I would have bought the 75 inch 7 series 7354 but that is a seriously lot higher £ than ours and also not easily available to buy here.
adamderak25/01/2020 21:25

You will singlehandedly stop global warming


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My other TV has Saphi which is fine... BUT has anyone worked out how to hide the default item which advertises Ambilight which the TV has any way?39763738-nI6U2.jpg
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