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Philips 32PFL5708/F7 31.5-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED TV (Black)

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  • Brilliant LED images with low power consumption
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Brand NamePhilips
Item Weight11 pounds
Product Dimensions28.6 x 7.1 x 19 inches
Item model number32PFL5708/F7
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesSleep Timer, Parental Control
Frequency Response Curve60
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EGLQWP6
Best Sellers Rank #31,968 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableSeptember 27, 2013
  
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Display Technology LED LED-lit LED LED
Resolution 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p
Refresh Rate 60 hertz 60 hertz 60 hertz 60 hertz
3D Technology no no no no
Connectivity Technology None None Smart None
Number of HDMI Ports 2 2 2 3
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  • Sleep Timer
  • Parental Control

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Product Description

Get sleek styling and crystal clear Full 1080p HD from this LED television. With the ultimate in sharpness, detail and vivid colors, your favorite shows will look better in Philips LED brilliance.

Customer Reviews

And I'd recommend it for that purpose alone if you need a smaller HDTV.
davisbr
Whoever programmed this TV's computer doesn't seem to know much about how cable systems sometimes work.
Jingo Jones
This DOES have good sound and a great picture though, so I am very happy right now.
R. Bess

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shemoth on December 11, 2013
First of all let me say I did not purchase this from Amazon as this was not available at that time, purchased it from a different web site, I wish I could have waited a little longer as I paid 30 more than the price listed here.

Design:

Great design very slim profile. Would look like a poster if you mount it up a wall. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that the panel is actually IPS!
Remote is nice and small, designed for practicality, but I use only my universal remote (Philips)

Performance:
I have owned Samsung & Sony LED's before this, trust me the picture quality on this way better looking than any TV I've ever seen!! It doesn’t just add too much contrast & color like Samsung does, the emphasis here is on natural picture.
I’m familiar with Philip’s proprietary “PIXEL PLUS HD” technology the picture here appears absolutely razor sharp, it’s as if you are looking out of a window! Even normal SD channels look good, if not hi-def. It is so clear that you can even see the tiniest moles and hairs on the actor’s faces!!(Especially if you’re watching a sensual movie)
Viewing angle is excellent, no picture deterioration from any angle.
A very important thing here is that I used to have lots of discomfort while watching my previous LED over long periods, but with this one it is so comfortable in spite of watching movies the whole night!!

Sound:
Sound is GREAT for a unit this small. However I’ve hooked up my sound bar.

Connectivity:
HDMI is hooked up to my Panasonic BD player & Set top box (HD 1080p)
Component to Philips DVD player (HD 1080i)
Co-axial to Philips sound bar.(HD sound)
Overall this is a great TV & definitely a bang for the buck and my entertainment hub for years to come!
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By davisbr on December 30, 2013
First, like the other reviewer, I didn't buy this through Amazon or online (it wasn't available).

I picked it up at a big box warehouse (the "C" one), for the munificent sum of 2.5 ben-franklins (the proverbial "good deal"). Actually, when I first spotted it, I spent a half hour at the store mulling it over, decided it wasn't exactly what I was looking for, went home and thought about it even more (and did some research), and went back the next day and bought it to try it out (there's a 90 day no questions asked return policy at aforementioned store). So it wasn't an impulse buy per se (almost, but not quite, lol).

Just so you don't misunderstand my later comments: the Philips playing HD videos streamed from my PC from both Amazon prime and Youtube, etc., right out of the box - without any adjustments - was quite nice.

And once I was moderately successful with some of my initial settings adjustment attempts, it went from looking good to bordering on great (I was testing it with "Star Gate, the Extended Cut" movie on bluray, and got lucky with the settings - trust me, it wasn't skill - and we realized how tired our plasma was getting: the colors in the movie introduction, when the camera scans slowly over the Egyptian casket, were just way better on the little Philips than our 50 inch Samsung).

So I very much concur with the initial product reviewer, that this is an excellent small screen HDTV for watching movies.

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32PFL5708/F7 Specs:
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This is a recently introduced smaller HDTV from Philips (I'm guessing, but its primary market niche was probably intended for the bedrooms and dorms of the younger set).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jena Pollock on July 27, 2014
Ordered and though it was a great price for the model. It is junk - has not worked right since I got it. Having trouble with Philips with the warranty - very, very unhappy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NLA on June 29, 2014
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Thanks to Amazon's excellent customer service the defective TV was returned, credited, reordered and replacement received in seven days.
So far the new 32PFL5708/F7 is performing exactly as specified. Set up is simple and while this is only used for over the air digital reception the picture quality is considered excellent. This is a no frills TV receiver with limited (1 x Component OR 1 x Video.) RCA input for the older DVD/VCR players. There is no clock and separate channel entry has to be made to select individual channels using the digital suffix (xx.x). Canceling channels that may be with intermittent reception or not required is easily accomplished through the setup program.
All in all good value for the money.
The 5 year protection plan offered for $38.76 may be a worthwhile option.
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Picture is great and I like the USB connector for showing pictures. Easily connected/integrated to my surround sound Philips system.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By juan ignacio quintana osorio on April 15, 2014
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so far its look pretty good image,
watching a NBA game with the league pass with HDMI cable from the computer and look great

i try HD movie later
but im pretty sure that it will be a great image

the sound is a little poor
but with a sound bar it will be the perfect match
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The Good
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1) Excellent picture with 1080 source, fair with 720, and, of course, lousy pic with 480 source.

2) Incredibly inexpensive. I paid $159 for mine.

3) Has all the connectors I'd want: PC input (VGA/D-sub), USB, 2 HDMIs, component, composite, headphone analog audio output (I use this for my external speakers), digital audio output, etc.

4) The closed captions are easy to read. It has an option to only display CCs when you mute it, which is quite useful.

5) No dead pixels !

The Bad
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A) The remote is a little cheap, the buttons more smush than click, it has sharp edges I'll probably file down, and I can't figure out what all the buttons do, like the "Options" button and the 4 buttons with just colors on them. Perhaps it's like a universal remote you can program to control various input devices, but I didn't see anything about that in the manual.

B) Using the over-the-air broadcasts via the antenna jack, it has some shortcomings:

B-1) When you type in a channel, you have to type the entire thing. If I type in 2, it looks for analog channel 2, which of course doesn't exist any more, doesn't find it, and gives me static. I have to type in 2.1 to get digital channel 2. Even worse, if old analog channel 2 is now used to carry digital channel 7, typing 2 will take you to channel 7.1. That's got to be confusing.

B-2) The Info button provides very limited info, such as the current program name, channel, network, format/resolution, and rating. Missing are the program description, current time, start and end times of the current program, and the upcoming programs. All this info is broadcast with digital TV channels, but this TV doesn't display it.
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