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With its ultra-modern Ambilight systems, Philips leads the way in global television design. Coveted by gamers, movie fans, and TV obsessives alike, the company's OLED TVs blend high resolution, processing power, and sheer smartness to offer next-generation viewing experiences. And they can be found for much less than listed prices at the hotukdeals Philips listings. Read more
Philips 43PUS6814/12 43-inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Ambilight, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, Alexa Built-in - Silver £379 Amazon
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Philips 43PUS6814/12 43-inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Ambilight, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, Alexa Built-in - Silver Description The 43 inch TV comes with all features you ne… Read more
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The ambilight is definitely very pleasant to the eye in the bedroom as you do not need any other lights


I don’t disagree, but having an LG as my main TV, and a Philips ambilight in the bedroom, i can understand the attraction of the ambilight for what is still a pretty budget TV. In my experience the LG picture quality is likely to be superior and the OS definitely is, but i quite like the ambilight and would probably go for another one as a spare room tv and be happy for paying a bit more. I guess it all comes down to personal preference and what’s most important


This is expensive for a 43 inch TV with a budget panel, not sure why people are so keen to promote the 2020 models. Those without hdmi 2.1 should not be seen as upgrades on last year. The LG 43UM7400 or 7450 have been on offer recently for less than £300 and represent much better value and picture quality in my opinion, having scoured reviews etc.


It's uses android rather than philips OS do it's faster. It also has a better cpu for upscaling


Thanks for advice, what are it's advantages?

Philips Ambilight 55PUS8204 55" Smart 4K UHD HDR Android TV +2 Year Warranty (Claim 10 FREE 4K Movies) - £474.05 with code @ Currys / eBay
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Philips Ambilight 55 inch 4K + 10 movies for £474.05 with code "PRODUCT5 " (y) Claim 10 free movies when you purchase a new Philips Ambilight TV.Buy one of the selected Ph… Read more

Can anyone advise on the compensation with a oled ... my oled has screen burn so looking for replacement ... whats the light bleed like


Got the 50" version of this and I love the ambilight. Picture is also very nice. Only issues for me is TV guide doesn't show previews, and it keeps turning itself on from what I think is my phone even in the middle of the night...


I bought this TV a couple of months ago for £460 with an employee discount scheme. It's worth every penny, my only gripe is that it keeps forgetting that there's a usb stick for recording and pausing live TV. It keeps trying to reinitialise the stick, every time i hit pause so I took it out in the end. Interestingly it came with Kodi preloaded so it saved me having to plug my Firestick in.


It can be sideloaded


No nowtv

Philips 65PUS6754/12 65-Inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Ambilight, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos - (2019/2020 Model) - £549 @ Amazon
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This 65 inch TV is ideal for a movie night with friends or with your family. It supports 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) and therefore delivers a crystal-clear picture. Vivid colours, great… Read more

What model number? cheers


55 inch is 399, is this a good price?


Sale gone, it is £651 now.


The RU8000 is actually a pretty good tv as it has a 120hz refresh, an improvement would be a back lit LCD with local dimming eg the samsung Q80r but to be honest your talking similar money for OLED.


I paid £585 on the last deal for the android version of this, worth holding out until a similar deal comes along again, better remote, higher PPI count and the android os is really good

Philips 43PUS7304/12 43-Inch 4K UHD Android Smart TV with Ambilight and HDR 10+ - £379 @ Amazon
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Experience unique entertainment with the 43 inch Philips television. Enjoy movies in unprecedented quality with the Smart TV and 3-sided Ambilight. Enjoy fluid motion, realistic co… Read more

Just to let you know that these apps do work. They didn't at first but once I had scanned for the standard ariel channels (even though I don't have an ariel and returned zero channels found) after this process the apps started working... Hope it's of some help to someone.


For the last 2 weeks it's came up every time I turn it on for at least 10 mins before the actual tv starts.


Oh that suggests you've had an android update. I haven't had that. I have the 50" curved one


I love the picture, best I've ever seen, but that UI! have you had the 'optimizing apps 1 of 1' come up on yours?


Yes it's really bad and no updates either. Thankfully the youngest loves it for gaming as opposed to his 40" Philip's android. Electric must have have a faster refresh rate

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Philips Ambilight 58PUS8545/12 58-Inch LED TV (4K UHD, P5 Perfect Picture, Dolby Vision/Atmos, HDR10+, Alexa, Android TV) - £525.72 @ Amazon
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58" 2020/2021 Ambilight model on low price offer. Imagine a TV where the picture is larger than the screen. That is possible with 3-sided Ambilight and this 4K TV. Benefit fro… Read more
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Yeah but can be delivered tomorrow


Damn that's almost £125 more :(


Curry's now have stock of the 43"/50" & 58"



Amazon finally added a delivery date - August 01 2020 - September 05 2020!

PHILIPS Ambilight 65PUS8204 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD Android TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision/Atmos - £616.55 [with code] @ Currys / eBay
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Fab 65" Ambilight TV available for just £616.55 with promo code PRODUCT5 . Free delivery. If you require the 55" version of this model - it is also available for £474.05 using s… Read more

Here is a photo of it in the daylight if this helps


Has anyone brought this TV? how does it look (with it having silver bezel and all)? Never actually seen a silver bezel tv in someone's home...


Nope the xf9005 is one of the best budget TVs you can get and is still being produced and still costs at least £600 new (55”


They’re not remotely the same (lol)


They do - it's called a monitor!

Philips Ambilight 55PUS6704/12 55-Inch LED Smart TV (4K UHD, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR 10+) (2019/2020 Model) - £399 @ Amazon
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With the 55 inch TV, you can enjoy a sharp picture. Thanks to the 4K UHD resolution (3.840 x 2.160) and 3-sided Ambilight, you can completely immerse yourself in the action. With … Read more

That’s the one (popcorn)




This with Ambilight / size but I'd wait or increase your budget twice for OLED.


I've had this TV. It comes with a variety of model/code numbers and was a great TV two years ago. Things are changing and this is a BIG TV if you get my drift. Paid £50 more two years ago on Amazon warehouse as new.


Got the 6703, how the heck do I get rid of this stuttering of the image?

Philips TPVision 55OLED754 55 Inch TV Smart 4K Ultra HD Ambilight OLED Freeview £901.55 with code @ AO eBay
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Think this may have been about £10 cheaper in the past but still a good price

In the truth of things there is not much to watch in 4K unless you have SKY. Freeview is still stuck in the land of SD with a few (5 in my case) HD channels thrown in. Anything for 4K is generally streamed from TV apps with the problems of compression that ensues when the bandwidth isn't up to scratch or blu-ray players. I still see me watching a lot of stuff in SD!!!


I find the Amazon firestick or now tv stick gives me all the apps I need but the 720p is a little lacking, I've one at that resolution hd, and another plasma at full hd, which I think is 1080p and you can see the difference. 4k doesn't appeal to me yet.


Mine too but sadly showing it's age due to it's 720p resolution & lack of support for any apps! I'm now on the look for a OLED 4K. From what I've seen OLED clearly gives superior resolution & vibrancy.


Plasma was also much more expensive to make and the power required for 4k as you say was stupid. Im grateful my plasma is still going strong would buy another if they were still available.


Same here but they wont make that size due to shortage of panels and wanting to charge at the highest price points. Hopefully in a few years.

Philips 70PUS7304/12 70 Inch 4K UHD HDR10+ Smart Android Ambilight TV +5 yrs warranty +10 Free Rakuten Movies - £749.89 delivered @ Costco
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Nice Ambilight TV back on offer. (y) + 5 Year Warranty Included + Free shipping Click this link to claim 10 FREE UHD movie rentals on Rakuten TV when you buy this TV Fe… Read more
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It is a minefield trying to answer that, but a lot of HDR content in cinemas aims for at around 1000nits when in HDR. Very few LCD panels on the market that are in or around this price range can offer that. Some even have the brightness listed on the model number, such as the Samsung QLED range. 1000, 1500 etc. But good HDR also relies on well implemented local dimming or technologies such as Dolby Vision (which Samsung doesn't support). Then you have things like eARC and HDMI 2.1 that all add to the "experience" and future proofing of a TV.


thanks. Is finding reviews the only way to find out those details? Looking at TV listings, they don't even make it easy to find what the brightness level is, never mind trying to find out whether it has local dimming etc. So I'm a bit lost trying to find a set that is HDR more than in name only


It is not that simple, LCD also really need functional local dimming and wide colour gamut. Unfortunately a high number of sets market buzzwords and features but are not really capable of delivering them. Simplest thing is to turn off HDR and run the set with SDR the picture is likely to be superior in this mode.


What brightness level would you recommend for good HDR?


This or hold out for 65" OLED?

Philips TPVision 70PUS6724 70 Inch TV Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR10+ Ambilight LED 3 HDMI for £659.30 delivered @ AO eBay
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70" with 3-sided Ambilight. Extra discount given at checkout when you use code PRODUCT5 +Free delivery +2 years warranty Key Features 4K Ultra HD - enjoy a sharp and cryst… Read more

Ah yes. The effect of this affect causes an effect to your viewing experience. (flirt)


*affects ;)


Useful info, thanks. Was considering this TV but will look elsewhere.


And become the grammar police? That's not for me thanks, those people are disliked and don't get invited to parties. Is doom patrol similar to paw patrol?


Then you should probably put your free time into something useful, like learning the difference between your and you're. Also this effects everything with panning shots with contrasting details. I noticed it often when watching Doom Patrol.

Philips 55PUS6754 55" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision/Atmos For £379.05 Using Code @ AO / ebay
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Philips 55PUS6754 55" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision/Atmos For £379.05 @AO/ebay Using Code Specification MPN: 8718863018873 On-mode power consumption: 8… Read more



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I'm very confused what to buy at the moment! Do I buy this or a hisense? I watch a lot of football so would prefer to minimise the ball blur! Any suggestions with a budget of around £450? Hoping for 55" or 58" Not too bothered about sound as I have a soundbar and not bothered about SD upscaling. Any help appreciated!


No Northern Ireland delivery (annoyed)


Anyone know if this set runs on android?

(USED GRADE A) 55" Philips 55PUS6814/12 Ambilight 4K HDR Android Smart LED TV £399.99 @ ElectronicWorldTV
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Seems like a good price. This site usually includes pictures of all the defects when selling a tv however there are none on this. Looking for the best value TV for under £400. Full… Read more
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Can see this one is expired now, but nice find and thanks for sharing @Nima_Mirfakhraee - welcome to the site :)


Just for reference, Costco give a five year warranty on all tvs, and richer sounds give 6. I'd be checking those two places for a longlasting telly. It seems almost impossible to repair most modern tvs economically nowadays, so long warrantys are worthwhile.... If they are free.


Appreciate the advice, there’s just so many to choose from and I use HUKD as a “go-to place” before I think of making a purchase! I’ve had the same LG TV for 9 years and hasn’t given me 1 problem. But I want to getter a bigger and newer set ideally with the expectation it will last as long as my current one(cheeky)


The 55PUS6754 was only £360 from Curry's a few days ago. It's the same TV with a different stand.


The TV market generally replaces the whole line-up at medium and large sizes with new revisions each year. AOC Philips uses the digit on the end of the model to denote year. Models ending 4 are 2019 and models ending 5 are 2020 (/12 is just the region IIRC). Most other manufacturers use letters at different points in the model name. Around this point we're starting to see many 2019 models become generally unavailable so the clearance deals stop and the prices can go back up on the few remaining units.

Philips 65PUS6704 Ambilight 4K UHD TV £539.98 delivered @ Costco
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Good price for Costco members from Monday (y) Bring the emotion into any room with the Philips TV that's designed to fit right in. Picture quality is so sharp you'll think you'r… Read more
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Also does this run on andorid? And Google play store?


Im looking to get this tomorrow, Any real life reviews on this model? Many thanks in advance!


That's a shame it's gone up...only £80 more for the 70" model in Argos...


Costco have had delivery’s however price is now 599.


PRODUCT5, if you're using the eBay app it automatically adds it for you, try that though.

Philips 65OLED85412 OLED 65” w/ ambilight, Dolby Vision & HDR10+ (incl. 5 year extended warranty) - £1,499.89 delivered at Costco
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854 model is exclusive to Costco, with model 804 being General market model, which is exactly same specs just with different stand (this one swivels) - for comparison, Curry’s sell… Read more

Sold out 😔


You're still not going to achieve the same effect as the sides, even with 2 strips at either side of the bottom it doesn't look as good


Got mine on Thursday and been watching stuff over the weekend. All I can say is super impressed! Android TV is snappy and quick on this box, which is something I was hesitant on as it sounds like it’s not implemented too well on Sony TV’s. OTA updates may bring v10 in the coming months. The ambilight is super impressive and I have connected to other bulbs and light strips in the living room. Can control some functions from Alexa, and the image quality is brilliant. Upscaling from 1080 still had the deep colours and seemed to upscale well, and the true 4k images were amazing (I don’t have a 4k blu ray player but streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube and Disney+ all came through amazing well. Even my PS4 managed to take advantage of HDR and the image looks sublime - even though still 1080p ... can’t wait for a PS5. And Dolby Vision content seriously looks phenomenal - got a 4k AppleTV at same time and movies have a 3D look and feel to them now, and the ambilight just seems to enhance the scenes by drawing you in and I think helping the contrast by providing some backlighting matched around the sides. No issue with 3 sided as TV sits on a TV console with a very nice T-stand that raises it by a few centimetres but also allows it to be swivelled. The menu system goes very deep, so good to have a light version to adjust the image based on time of day - we have a very bright living room and does really well during the day, but does better in the evening - especially in dark scenes. There was software update for the TV firmware that we installed after playing some content initially and we both thought it really helped with brightness during the day, but also gave even more detail in dark shadows. Even the remote had a software update along with the various apps pre-installed. we didn’t use TV speakers much as have a 5.1 system setup - but they seemed they’d be okay for watching news etc. But best to complement with HTS or even a soundbar. Remote is good, and the keyboard on the other side came in useful. Only disadvantage is not backlit. All-in-all really happy. Was a great upgrade from a Samsung curved LCD, and has really impressed with everything thrown at it. Will be keeping it, especially with a 5 year warranty thrown in. hope that helps - but I might be slightly smitten as such a big jump from the old 55 inch 1080 set we used.


Anyone pick this up? looking into reviews seems great, so looking for some real world views?


Just add a Philips LED single light strip to the bottom.

Philips Ambilight 55PUS6754 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV with HDR10+, Dolby Vision/Atmos - £359.10 (with code) @ Currys / eBay
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Philips 55PUS6754 Ambilight TV for £359.10 delivered with code PANORAMA . Free delivery. If you prefer Richer Sounds, you can use this deal to price match and possibly purchase fo… Read more

For anyone who bought theirs, curry’s have offered to extend my guarantee. It said 5 on the listing but the manufacturers guarantee is only 2 when I went to register it. So for anyone else who thought it was 5, message curry’s on eBay and get them to sort it (y)


Just had mine refunded


I haven’t had an email or refund but the inept computer monkeys on their social team who feel to respond when they feel like it have told me I’m not getting the TV. As an added bonus my refund won’t come back for 7-14days when they took the money over 2 weeks ago. Not relevant to this deal anymore but I’d 100% avoid their eBay offering. Their customer service team have no visibility of that side of the business so will be painful if things go wrong


Day of the deal


When did you order ?

PHILIPS Ambilight 55OLED754/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV - £929 @ Currys / eBay
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SpecificationMPN: 8718863019221 On-mode power consumption: 140 W Annual power consumption: 205 kWh Energy efficiency class: B Speakers: 3 Sound enhancement: Dolby Atmos Audio… Read more

This TV (55OLED754) and the Costco 55OLED854 (and a host of others) should also qualify for the 10 free movies on Rakuten offer ( see ) (y)


Had this for £899 with 6 years waranty, that's sounded like a deal for me. You may wait or take newier versions(like suggested) with pottentialy better OS, better procesor, but this one is pretty capable TV. i don't feel going back, try watching One plannet on 4k, and that will be your fav teli.


Costco are selling the model up from this (55OLED854) at 999 and would be a better buy. Or Richersounds are selling this model at 989, so would include a warranty so a far better buy than Currys. Buying something cheap that you don't mind binning when it fails is okay to purchase from them, but anything more expensive buy from a retailer who offer better service and warranty included in the price.

Philips 50PUS6754/12 50" 4K UHD Smart TV with Ambilight, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision/Atmos - £314.10 with code @ Currys/ebay
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See incredible detail in everything you watch, with the Philips 50PUS6754/12 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. With over 8 million pixels and four times the resolution of Full HD, … Read more

Fair points, I'll see how it goes. I won't be using any of the smart features I'll be using it on one hdmi source only so should get away with it, but the picture quality and ambilight is certaily very good, for the price point.


This is where most reviews are incorect. Ppl get happy after 1 - 2 days and praise the product. I'm saying this on all products not just the TV. Honest reviews are ones that have been tried and tested. If course someone who has upgraded from a crt to lcd or HD to 4k will speak wonders. I have this model also. It will get so blooming frustrating using the software. Wait for the constant crashes and reboots. Apart from that though it is a great tv and I avoid the smart features.


Just arrived today, lovely TV. Saphi really isn't as bad as some of you are making it out to be. Software update was a bit buggy but after a cold reset it updated just fine and my PS4 looks great on it.


Weird how this has less heat than the same tv £30 more?


I just returned my 6704 for same reason. A piece of junk.

PHILIPS Ambilight 55PUS8204/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant - £449.10 @ Currys / eBay
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Same price as 55PUS7334/12 model. SpecificationMPN: 8718863021149 On-mode power consumption: 95 W Annual power consumption: 139 kWh Energy efficiency class: A Speakers: 2 Sou… Read more

I bought this last night and have already managed to claim the 10 free Rakuten movie codes too!


Would this one be better


Maybe an lg nanocell or a high end hisense. (y) (y) (y)


Budget of around £400-£600 here. Is there anything better than this model within that price bracket?



PHILIPS Ambilight 55PUS7334/12 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £449.10 @ Currys / eBay
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SpecificationMPN: 8718863020067 On-mode power consumption: 86 W Annual power consumption: 126 kWh Energy efficiency class: A+ Speakers: 2 Sound enhancement: Dolby Atmos Audio… Read more

Doesn't look like there's much difference. The 8204 has a PPI of 1900 as opposed to the 7334's 1700, so its overall picture is better. Also the 8204 has 3GBs of RAM, while the 7334 has 2GB. As far as I can tell they both come with the better remote with a QWERTY keyboard on the back.


Cheers man, I've been trying to compare the two but there were more reviews for the 7334... But 8000 series are supposed to be better but couldn't find any specific details on what is different. Do you know what the difference is?


The 55PUS8204 is better. No point getting this one when the 8204 is the same price.


There is also a 55PUS8204 model, which one is better?


I thought it was just me that the firmware has slowed right down. I notice it mainly when switching on tv for first couple of minutes but seems fine after that.

PHILIPS Ambilight 65PUS8204 65" Smart 4K UHD LED Android TV + Claim 10 FREE 4K Movies - £589 (with code) @ Currys / eBay
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Good low price for this 65" Series 8 Ambilight TV - £589 using code PANORAMA at checkout. This set runs Android too. Thanks to @Dan_82 for providing code. You can also claim … Read more

Yeah. I want to know this too. Some things look amazing but then others are just too dark. Ps4 and xbox look awesome though.


I bought this telly the other week, stands me at £610.10, (after factoring in TCB@1%= £6.14, that is) at which I thought was an absolute bargain. So, just a heads up, if you want this tv, order it through TCB, they have a 3%=£17.67 on ebay and their £3 promo at the min, makes this telly £568.33, an stonking deal, can't justify another one,,,,, can I??


Great price, paid £615 last week with a voucher on here, heat added!


Anypne got a run down off the perfectt settings for pic, ambi light etc (y) (y)


Well you'd have to wait at least 8 months or so to see if 2020 panels still have the problem but be warned. It was not that straight forward to get them to a) replace the first damaged panel & b) Finally agree to a refund, as Lg's warranty on OLED Panels dont include burn in so all of the manufacturers/retailers who use LG OLED panels do not cover burn in their warranties either. They will try to claim that burn in is caused by customer mis-use (watching the same channel with logos for more than 20 minutes). It took months of letter writting backwards & forward culminating in threats of court action arguing that the set was not fit for purpose both times before either Philips or Jl finally agreed a satificatory solution. Many other owners on both AVSForums & Moneysavingexpert have tried the same arguments with no luck. I guess I was just fortunate that I got a result on both occasions. I cant speak for RS but burn in is definitely not covered by JL 5 Year warranty. if you really want that high end picture, I'd look at Samsungs QLED range & save yourself the headache.

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