Philips TV 55PUS6272/05 55" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Silver £499 @ AO
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Philips TV 55PUS6272/05 55" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Silver £499 @ AO

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Found 25th Dec 2017
Philips TV 55PUS6272/05 55" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Silver
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Absolutely rubbish TVs!! Phillips support is shocking too. Keeps crashing and turning off
Don't waste your money.
I have the older Version and it’s amazing.. but maybe this one just need a software update ??
I own this tv. Don't bother it's rubbish. Slow interface. Picture worse than my old none HDR tv. Diabolical motion processing - tv stutters and freezes.

Pro's - I like the ambilight feature.


I wanted to return it to Argos but I didn't get round to it in time. I'm outside the 30 day period now.
Edited by: "mikem1989" 25th Dec 2017
My old 55 inch 4k Philips tv is still great after 2 years, after the heavy usage last year it's still standing lol
Shame as i like philips tvs had mine about 7yrs cost me £2000 so top top of the range when i bought it and would like a new one will keep on looking for another ambilight set.
Edited by: "waterloo" 25th Dec 2017
I've taken a punt on it as I'll mostly just be using it for Chromecast (so I'm not bothered by the slow CPU/software) and have used the ao.com £20 discount code "20BDTV" together with £20 off via Quidco to get the TV for £459.
Edited by: "marcusjt" 4th Jan
marcusjt4th Jan

I've taken a punt on it as I'll mostly just be using it for Chromecast (so …I've taken a punt on it as I'll mostly just be using it for Chromecast (so I'm not bothered by the slow CPU/software) and have used the ao.com £20 discount code "20BDTV" together with £20 off via Quidco to get the TV for £459.


How are you getting on with it?
teerex15th Jan

How are you getting on with it?


Blue Planet in 4K is breathtakingly beautiful, 1080p content looks great, and the Ambilight really does enhance the viewing experience. You can turn off Ambilight of course but when I have it feels much less immersive so I've switched it back on again, and there's a handful of presets for it - I prefer natural so it enhances rather than distracts. The UI is a little slow to respond sometimes and the physical remote control isn't very well designed, but I'm mostly using my phone to remote control the TV's Netflix & YouTube apps (for 4K) or the Chromecast (1080p) anyway. And finally, the TV's built-in sound is a bit lame but I never hear it as I've got a surround sound system plugged in.

So I'm very happy with it, no regrets!
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