Philips Ambilight 75PUS6754/12 TV 75 inch LED Smart TV (4K UHD, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, Smart TV) £999 at Richer Sound
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Philips Ambilight 75PUS6754/12 TV 75 inch LED Smart TV (4K UHD, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, Smart TV) £999 at Richer Sound

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Posted 10th Oct
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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.

Scale up movie night and enjoy the thrill of the cinema, at home, with the Philips 75PUS6754.

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Dkr196610/10/2019 20:43

Wife says size matters, so heat from me


She will be happy with a big black TV which she can see with 4K resolution.
Edited by: "shaildyp1" 12th Oct
Off to pick one up in me Fiat 500
Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome10/10/2019 21:49

Bought the 65" variant of this (or more accurately the ever so slightly …Bought the 65" variant of this (or more accurately the ever so slightly inferior 6573 model) back in June for £600 and love it - much better blacks than some people on here moaned about, and ambilght is yet to get old and feel gimmicky since it really adds to the immersion and has a cool factor that gets everybody talking when they see it - and then syncing with a living room full of Hue bulbs for an even deeper effect.Coming down in screen size from a mid range 1080p projector was always going to be a little jarring but the 4k and ambilght makes up for it. I often think how much I'd have preferred the 75" but the price difference was £1200 at the time and couldn't justify that for 10 inches, despite the snark from her indoors. But now we're talking. What a deal. Going to call in my local branch tomorrow and see if they have one and whether or not I can squeeze it in the car. Cheers OP, you temptress.



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Wife says size matters, so heat from me
Dkr196610/10/2019 20:43

Wife says size matters, so heat from me


She will be happy with a big black TV which she can see with 4K resolution.
Edited by: "shaildyp1" 12th Oct
In-store exclusive. Good luck guys
Off to pick one up in me Fiat 500
Bought the 65" variant of this (or more accurately the ever so slightly inferior 6573 model) back in June for £600 and love it - much better blacks than some people on here moaned about, and ambilght is yet to get old and feel gimmicky since it really adds to the immersion and has a cool factor that gets everybody talking when they see it - and then syncing with a living room full of Hue bulbs for an even deeper effect.

Coming down in screen size from a mid range 1080p projector was always going to be a little jarring but the 4k and ambilght makes up for it. I often think how much I'd have preferred the 75" but the price difference was £1200 at the time and couldn't justify that for 10 inches, despite the snark from her indoors. But now we're talking. What a deal. Going to call in my local branch tomorrow and see if they have one and whether or not I can squeeze it in the car. Cheers OP, you temptress.
shaildyp110/10/2019 20:47

She will be happy with a big black TV.




Especially on the diagonal...

Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome10/10/2019 21:49

Bought the 65" variant of this (or more accurately the ever so slightly …Bought the 65" variant of this (or more accurately the ever so slightly inferior 6573 model) back in June for £600 and love it - much better blacks than some people on here moaned about, and ambilght is yet to get old and feel gimmicky since it really adds to the immersion and has a cool factor that gets everybody talking when they see it - and then syncing with a living room full of Hue bulbs for an even deeper effect.Coming down in screen size from a mid range 1080p projector was always going to be a little jarring but the 4k and ambilght makes up for it. I often think how much I'd have preferred the 75" but the price difference was £1200 at the time and couldn't justify that for 10 inches, despite the snark from her indoors. But now we're talking. What a deal. Going to call in my local branch tomorrow and see if they have one and whether or not I can squeeze it in the car. Cheers OP, you temptress.



shaildyp110/10/2019 20:47

She will be happy with a big black TV.


Don't forget the green towel
So the ambilight refers to the lighting giving out effects at back of the tv?

Can this feature be turned off and on as one wishes?
Ru4real10/10/2019 23:52

So the ambilight refers to the lighting giving out effects at back of the …So the ambilight refers to the lighting giving out effects at back of the tv?Can this feature be turned off and on as one wishes?


yes
Thanks

How do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? Samsung’s ? Is it Oleds now or qleds?
Ru4real11/10/2019 00:11

ThanksHow do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? …ThanksHow do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? Samsung’s ? Is it Oleds now or qleds?


75" Oleds and QLED's will be considerably more expensive than this.

This particular Philips has more in common with the slightly lower end Samsung's, like the RU7400 or RU8000. Neither of those has Ambilight though.
Ru4real11/10/2019 00:11

ThanksHow do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? …ThanksHow do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? Samsung’s ? Is it Oleds now or qleds?


Research local dimming zones and compare with oled and qled. Ask for a demo in a store with a dark room or ask mates if they have them
Use code TV30 for additional £30 off
kroy14311/10/2019 08:27

Use code TV30 for additional £30 off


Can't use this and in store only. Does this work Instore?
Ru4real10/10/2019 23:52

So the ambilight refers to the lighting giving out effects at back of the …So the ambilight refers to the lighting giving out effects at back of the tv?Can this feature be turned off and on as one wishes?



In addition to simply turning it on or off there are a large amount of options to tweak it to your preference. It even offers you the option to choose what colour wall you are projecting onto and tweaks the output accordingly!

It's a very clever innovation that I'm convinced every other TV maker would love to use on their sets if they were allowed (but they aren't Lol). Hard to go back to ordinary TVs once you've gone Ambilight!

Edited by: "bellboys" 11th Oct
Gigantic screen for the money. Tempted
alera11/10/2019 16:20

Gigantic screen for the money. Tempted


Ordered this today. Had last years 65 inch one and sold that to pay for half of this. Dolby vision, new TV, 6 years warranty and the larger size screen was a no brainer.
Works really well with the Philips hue lights. Have the LG C oled in the living room and although I love it for the perfect blacks.... Movies. I prefer the Philips, especially of the night with the lights spreading over the whole wall in the kitchen dinner.

If you want it, have to go to one of the stores. Can't pay over the telephone sadly. They order from Philips directly. Don't have anymore in their warehouses (all gone)
Plus it's by far the cheapest. A lot of TV for the price.
This deal is better than the one last week so why is it not scorching hot?
blanka11/10/2019 19:12

Ordered this today. Had last years 65 inch one and sold that to pay for …Ordered this today. Had last years 65 inch one and sold that to pay for half of this. Dolby vision, new TV, 6 years warranty and the larger size screen was a no brainer.Works really well with the Philips hue lights. Have the LG C oled in the living room and although I love it for the perfect blacks.... Movies. I prefer the Philips, especially of the night with the lights spreading over the whole wall in the kitchen dinner.If you want it, have to go to one of the stores. Can't pay over the telephone sadly. They order from Philips directly. Don't have anymore in their warehouses (all gone)Plus it's by far the cheapest. A lot of TV for the price.


Do you think this TV will be able to do a good job with Dolby Vision? I'm not sure what the nits are but it may not have the brightness to do it justice.
Alex_H12/10/2019 08:18

Do you think this TV will be able to do a good job with Dolby Vision? I'm …Do you think this TV will be able to do a good job with Dolby Vision? I'm not sure what the nits are but it may not have the brightness to do it justice.


Nits will never be on par with a qled. But it depends on how and when you watch your TV. I have a LG oled C 65 inch in the living room. At night, I have one side light on and with dolby vision, it's sometimes too bright. So it will show a dark scene (looks incredible) and then show some bright daylight. It makes your eyes squint and quite overpowering.

I got this TV to replace the old one and will go in the kitchen dinner (social room) and I wanted a led as it's better for brighter rooms. It's a step up from last years with the dolby vision and reviews have been quite a bit better (few I have read)
But I most chose this screen because of the amberlight. Has I have a extensive hue setup in that room. That alone (when dark) beats any TV for me. Even the decent oled in the other room. But it's whatever you're into.

For the size and specs, it's a great price. But if you go for a new qled with silly nits (it's your thing), can't go too wrong either.

Richer sounds also go 28 days replacement. So as long as it appears boxed and new. You can return it. Just be careful taking it out and putting it back.
blanka12/10/2019 08:51

Nits will never be on par with a qled. But it depends on how and when you …Nits will never be on par with a qled. But it depends on how and when you watch your TV. I have a LG oled C 65 inch in the living room. At night, I have one side light on and with dolby vision, it's sometimes too bright. So it will show a dark scene (looks incredible) and then show some bright daylight. It makes your eyes squint and quite overpowering.I got this TV to replace the old one and will go in the kitchen dinner (social room) and I wanted a led as it's better for brighter rooms. It's a step up from last years with the dolby vision and reviews have been quite a bit better (few I have read)But I most chose this screen because of the amberlight. Has I have a extensive hue setup in that room. That alone (when dark) beats any TV for me. Even the decent oled in the other room. But it's whatever you're into.For the size and specs, it's a great price. But if you go for a new qled with silly nits (it's your thing), can't go too wrong either.Richer sounds also go 28 days replacement. So as long as it appears boxed and new. You can return it. Just be careful taking it out and putting it back.


Makes sense, thanks for the very informative reply, really useful
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Just bought one, the ole 65 curved samsung gave up the ghost after three years, this one is just as good, albeit the processor Is a bit leggy, heat added.
Alex_H12/10/2019 08:54

Makes sense, thanks for the very informative reply, really useful


No worries mate. Hope you have a good weekend.
Kamicaol12/10/2019 09:09

Just bought one, the ole 65 curved samsung gave up the ghost after three …Just bought one, the ole 65 curved samsung gave up the ghost after three years, this one is just as good, albeit the processor Is a bit leggy, heat added.


You not a leg man then?
Anyone know of availability in Romford?
Noice. Although may need a new car to transport it in too... and a tv stand... and a new living room.
Stevelow_21212/10/2019 09:46

Anyone know of availability in Romford?


Did ask earlier - none in stock but they will be ordering some in towards the end of the month!
Cynical bait, in my opinion.

Rang this morning. Told none in stock for any store anywhere.

Stopped them short before attempting a sale on something else.

Put it to them as to why the newer advert and price? Cue some stammering.

Have gave Richer Sounds plenty over the years, Would've bought there and then today. Now, am not so sure, even when stock may return.

They're certainly not the only ones guilty of this type of thing, but it leaves a bad taste.
Oh WOW wish I had money for this!!!
Stevelow_21212/10/2019 09:46

Anyone know of availability in Romford?


Ordered mine yesterday when they opened at 12. They order from Philips directly and you have to order in store only. Philips will ship to richer sounds warehouse and then onto you. They don't have any actually in store FYI.

..... But have seen the above comments about how there maybe a shortage with Philips.
Edited by: "blanka" 12th Oct
Ru4real11/10/2019 00:11

ThanksHow do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? …ThanksHow do these Philips TVs compare to the rest of the market? Samsung’s ? Is it Oleds now or qleds?


Philips do Thier own OLED which are superb. OLED TVs belong to different and much more pricey bracket so no these cannot match the image quality on any OLED QLED but nevertheless produce a very decent image
blanka12/10/2019 08:51

Nits will never be on par with a qled. But it depends on how and when you …Nits will never be on par with a qled. But it depends on how and when you watch your TV. I have a LG oled C 65 inch in the living room. At night, I have one side light on and with dolby vision, it's sometimes too bright. So it will show a dark scene (looks incredible) and then show some bright daylight. It makes your eyes squint and quite overpowering.I got this TV to replace the old one and will go in the kitchen dinner (social room) and I wanted a led as it's better for brighter rooms. It's a step up from last years with the dolby vision and reviews have been quite a bit better (few I have read)But I most chose this screen because of the amberlight. Has I have a extensive hue setup in that room. That alone (when dark) beats any TV for me. Even the decent oled in the other room. But it's whatever you're into.For the size and specs, it's a great price. But if you go for a new qled with silly nits (it's your thing), can't go too wrong either.Richer sounds also go 28 days replacement. So as long as it appears boxed and new. You can return it. Just be careful taking it out and putting it back.


Your house sounds huge. This TV seems a really good deal, though it would be hotter.
BustyB29312/10/2019 14:00

Your house sounds huge. This TV seems a really good deal, though it would …Your house sounds huge. This TV seems a really good deal, though it would be hotter.


As mentioned above. It doesn't deserve to go hot as a deal because almost no one can buy it. No stock anywhere.
nickyjg12/10/2019 14:16

As mentioned above. It doesn't deserve to go hot as a deal because almost …As mentioned above. It doesn't deserve to go hot as a deal because almost no one can buy it. No stock anywhere.


Someone mentioned they managed to backorder in store? Meaning there is stock, just not available imediately.
highdon12/10/2019 14:18

Someone mentioned they managed to backorder in store? Meaning there is …Someone mentioned they managed to backorder in store? Meaning there is stock, just not available imediately.


Yes that's correct. Order is from Philips.
So Instore only at richer sounds. They order via Philips directly and the TV gets sent to their warehouse. Then they dispatch from their warehouse to your front door.
They use to stock this TV in their warehouse but not anymore.

So any delays is via Philips and not richer sounds.
Think that's it
blanka12/10/2019 14:27

Yes that's correct. Order is from Philips.So Instore only at richer …Yes that's correct. Order is from Philips.So Instore only at richer sounds. They order via Philips directly and the TV gets sent to their warehouse. Then they dispatch from their warehouse to your front door.They use to stock this TV in their warehouse but not anymore.So any delays is via Philips and not richer sounds.Think that's it


Not to cast any aspersions upon your good self, but I actually mentioned that very thing in my dealings. They didn't know about any of that procedure.

Of course, could just be that this particular store manager was crafty stupid, or both.
blanka12/10/2019 14:27

Yes that's correct. Order is from Philips.So Instore only at richer …Yes that's correct. Order is from Philips.So Instore only at richer sounds. They order via Philips directly and the TV gets sent to their warehouse. Then they dispatch from their warehouse to your front door.They use to stock this TV in their warehouse but not anymore.So any delays is via Philips and not richer sounds.Think that's it


That also means if there is enough demand, they will likely start to stock it again. Unless it's an outgoing model in which case they wouldn't want any stock on hand not to risk obsolescence.
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