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Philips 32PFL6704D/F7 32-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

3.3 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • 1080p resolution; ATSC / QAM / NTSC
  • 48000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • 2ms response time
  • Pixel Precise HD for extremely sharp and clear pictures
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Technical Details

  • Child Lock
  • Sleep Timer

Product Description

With the Philips 32PFL6704D 32 inch 1080p LCD HDTV experience brilliant performance with a breathtaking full HD 1080p, 120Hz display. Combined with HD Natural Motion and incredible surround sound from invisible speakers, this Flat TV ensures you¿re always part of the action. Pixel Precise HD brings picture quality to the next level with 69 billion colors. 120Hz Clear LCD creates extreme motion sharpness for clear and vibrant images even with fast on-screen motion. This TV is easy to connect and enjoy with four HDMI inputs with Easylink for a full HD connection.

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Technical Details

Brand Name Philips
Item Weight 25.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 8.7 x 30 x 20.6 inches
Item model number 32PFL6704D/F7
Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
Color Name Black
Special Features Child Lock, Sleep Timer

Additional Information

ASIN B001RPOCD8
Customer Reviews
3.3 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #320,933 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#3,431 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 32 pounds
Date First Available September 14, 2004

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Buying this Philips makes me feel like a bit of a pioneer; there are no reviews of this fairly new set ... at least any I could find.

Compared to other 32-inchers, the specs on the 32PFL6704D/F7 (who names these things?) are pretty impressive given its price-point: 1080p, 120hz and a 2ms response time. Costco prices it at $599 -- about $200 below the MSRP, and about $100 below Dell and Amazon. (Put these specs on a Sony or Samsung and you'll pay about $900, even at the online discounters.)

Setup was breezy, and the side-by-side picture quality tool that confronts you on the first boot-up seems pretty handy. You're asked to pick a side of the TV that looks the best, and through a series of 5 or 6 screens the TV determines your preferences. It could be a gimmick, though, because there's the usual array of color, sharpness, tint and other tweaks in the options menu.

It took about two minutes for the internal tuner to snap up all the HD-broadcasting stations in the Kansas City area using a simple set of rabbit ears. It was pretty astounding to see a decidedly low-tech antenna deliver HD content and end-run all the hype about needing an HD-capable digital-tier from your cable monopoly. I'm only getting the local affiliates, mind you, but still. (Of course, most HDTVs do this these days, so it's not really something that makes this model stand out.)

The picture is fantastic. Colors are crisp, fast-motion sports and gaming are smooth, and I notice the difference between the 120hz refresh rate and the 60hz on other sets. I think I understand why 1080p is lost on a TV this small, but for the price I did well to get it, and I suspect I'll notice a difference when I load up a Blu-ray disc.
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I don't normally write reviews for any of the products I purchase but felt the need to say something about this TV which thus far has been one of my most satisfying $500+ purchases. For starters, there are not too many 1080p 32" TVs out there. Most are 720p and yet cost just as much as this Philips, if not more. I am simply amazed with the quality of the picture and even the sound from the rear facing speakers. My PS3 games look fantastic on this 120Hz screen. There are 4 HDMI inputs which is plenty for many. All settings are a breeze to adjust. Cant go wrong with this TV and thus far, Philips has not disappointed me as my DVD player and several other components are from them also. No need to pay the premium for Sony or Samsung.
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First, I'm not much of a TV guy, so I can't really rate the picture quality. To me it looks great, but I don't have much to compare it to.

I am however, an engineer who does embedded software development for a living. And that means that I recognize a firmware bug when I see one. And I've seen three after only about two weeks of usage. And that's with the latest available firmware as of 02/2010, version 1.08

We use this TV for two purposes:

1.) To connect our family computer to it (via HDMI) and enjoy the nice 1920x1080 resolution
2.) To watch some HDTV content which we receive via an outdoor antenna - using the built-in ATSC tuner.

Here are the problems so far:

1.) Whenever we switch to the PC (via HDMI) we can still hear sound from the TV channel. It's very faint, but it's audible - especially since we sit directly in front of the TV when using the PC. This is reproducable - not just a one-time event.

2.) Once, when watching ATSC TV, reception was poor and the TV went into a "loop" always repeating the last 3-5 seconds of video and sound - similar to an old vinyl record that skips... This stopped only when we changed the channel and then went back to the original channel. So far this only happened once, but it looks like the internal error handling for ATSC TV is not foolproof.

3.) When switching from HDMI (PC mode) to TV, we had no sound. Volume was turned on, but we heard nothing. Eventually we increased the volume to what would have been quite loud, and finally the sound came back - suddenly and loudly. We were than able to decrease the sound back to the regular range without it disappearing.
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As a satisfied 12-month-owner of a Philips 42-inch HDTV (the Philips 42PFL7403D/F7 42-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV), I purchased the Philips 32PFL6704D/F7 to replace an old tube TV in the bedroom. I'm very pleased with the styling, picture and sound of this set - it fits the room just right.

I had noticed a few customer reviews of this model complaining about difficulty in getting proper color settings for flesh-tones, but based upon a greater number of exemplary reviews and my own experience with this Philips product line, I bought it unseen via Amazon. Sure enough, when the TV was setup, I wasn't pleased with the tint of people's faces... I tweaked the color settings for a bit, and figured I could get it right eventually before deciding to call Philips.

Before calling, I went online to Philips' support site and found that a firmware update, v1.08, had just been released about two weeks earlier. The TV came from Amazon with v1.06 loaded, so I updated the firmware and found the default picture color much improved (although the release notes didn't refer to any such issue being fixed). Could be I was imagining the color issues, could be some screwed-up factory settings were nicely reset by the firmware upgrade process, but as of now I'm quite happy with this product.
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