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Philips 40PFL7505D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED LCD HDTV, Black (2010 Model)
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- 4 HDMI inputs
- LED - edgelit
- Perfect Natural Motion
- Perfect Pixel
- Energy Star 4.0
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With a 1920 x 1080p widescreen resolution and an ultra-thin frame, the Philips 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV offers the ultimate high-definition standard, progressively scanning images to bring you a smooth, flicker-free image. The HDTV features Philips' Perfect Natural Motion technology, which works to eliminate juddering images and brings you smooth, clear moving images instead. With a 120 Hz rate (120 frames per second) for rapidly moving pictures and a super-fast response time of 2 milliseconds, this HDTV provides fluent motion and a vibrant picture even when there's a lot of action on screen. You'll need this kind of resolution for the latest DVD and Blu-ray releases.
Perfect Pixel HD Offers Exceptional Image Quality
Because the Perfect Pixel HD Engine works by enhancing each and every incoming pixel and matching it to the surrounding pixels, you'll see improved natural detail, vivid colors, and smooth motion with any signal type.
LED Lights for Superior Contrast
Revolutionary LED lights generate brilliant light for the bright scenes and dim light for the dark scenes, giving you extreme contrasts and vibrant images with minimal power consumption.
Audio Technology Gives Surround Sound Experience
Equipped with SRS TruSurround HD, the HDTV immerses you in a rich sound experience, giving surround sound quality with deep bass, high frequency detail, and crisp, clear vocals. For additional audio options, a Dolby Digital output is handy for connecting to your home theater system.
Multiple Inputs Cater to All Your Viewing Needs
You can quickly and easily connect to a cable or satellite box, camcorder, game console, Blu-ray disc player, DVD player, PC, and more with the HDTV's multiple inputs. Four HDMI inputs with Philips' EasyLink let you control the connected devices with the same remote control you use with the TV.
Energy Efficient Features Reduce Power Consumption
The HDTV's power-saving features include low standby power consumption and high-efficiency materials, which combine to give the HDTV its Energy Star rating.
The Philips 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV is backed by a manufacturer's one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Philips 40PFL7505D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV, TV base, power cord, cable holder, quick start guide, user manual, registration card, remote control, and batteries for the remote control.
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Top Customer Reviews
While shopping with my wife, we wandered over to the TV wall just to check out what was available, and I proceeded to wander up and down the wall looking at the TVs. Slowly I narrowed my pool by size (37"-42"), technology (LED LCD), resolution (1080p), and refresh rate (120Hz-240Hz). After all that, I shocking found myself staring at a Philips set (at a great price). The picture was clear, colors were vibrant (probably over-saturated for the sales floor but that's par for the course, I believe), and the bezel was clean and understated. Honestly, I couldn't believe it. I asked my wife which one she liked, and she picked the same one! We decided to purchase this TV and have loved it ever since I set it up.
The performance:price ratio on this TV is unbelievable. I'm the type of person who lives by the "get what you pay for" mantra, and, honestly, the price was the only thing that scared me about this TV. Is the deal too good to be true? Since we bought the TV without researching it first (another past time of mine), I hopped on teh almighty interwebz as soon as we got home. I could only find a couple negative comments, and I will elaborate on them here:
- The remote and TV IR sensor are a little picky. An angry customer commented that you have to point the remote directly at the TV for it to work. This is not entirely true. The sensor is placed in the bottom middle of the bezel while most TVs have them out to the sides these days. He probably had something sitting directly in front of the TV blocking the sensor.Read more ›
Ok, 1st things 1st. Update the TV!
Meaning just get any USB device and drag over the firmware update from the Phillps website and this TV works like a dream. Its very simple so don't let that scare you into not buying this tv. All new tv's have firmware updates now. Its very common.
I can't speak for the tv before the update because I did it right away.
Anyway, on to the review! ^_^
1st TV Programing
I have Direct TV I gotta say movies and shows simply look amazing. The picture is crisp and pops out at you. The newer the tv show your watching the better it will look. HD programing is a must of course. No Lag or jiddering or whatever other reviews say.
Now for Video games. I have a Ps3 and have played it a fair amount already and There's no lag at 1080p 120hz at all. And thats set at maximum I don't know how some reviews say there's a lag maybe thats before the update. But video games look impressive, and again the picture just seems to pop out at you. I play alot of sports and fighting games which of course has alot of action and fast movements and I'm seeing things I never saw before on my old CRT HDTV. There's just so much detail now that the creator's of the games put into it that I can now see, when before you simply didn't pick it up just looking at it.
Now for maybe what alot of you are buying a 120hz tv for.. The Bluray Movies.
I gotta say the picture looks.breathtaking My Dad who's a old timer when it comes to electronics who's been saying a tv is a tv...even said... Wow this was worth it when he saw the Dark Knight IMAX parts on Bluray. It simply looks like there right in the room with you.Read more ›
Some other reviews have commented on the sound. We're OK with it. Others have said that the remote is a bit sensitive, and we generally concur with that, but it's no big deal. I find the remote overall and the TV in general quite easy to use and configure.
Those things are nice, but TVs like this are really about the picture. I read the glowing reviews of this TV's picture and was excited to see it. Overall, I have to admit that I'm a bit disappointed. Our other TV is a Samsung 40" C630 and I think it definitely has a superior picture to the Philips. I have tried all the different picture mode settings and tinkered with the individual items (brightness, contrast, color) but I just can't get it close to the Samsung. In particular, thin-lined objects such as golf clubs or the edges of a white shirt against a colored background show clear jaggies and aliasing. I also can't get grass to look just the right shade of green. In general, the Samsung's picture just looks crisper and better defined. The Philips picture is by no means bad, but I can notice the difference.
I was put off at first on the price and then by the idea that I could get an LED TV for that price so I bought it on a whim and haven't been happier. I should note that in my day job I manage AV for a University so dealing with Plasmas, LCD TVs and projection is a daily task.
This is by far one of the simplest setup systems that I've been through. Choose your preferred image from the two that's split on the screen. The software will do this with you about 6 times. That's it. You're done. From novice to expert I call that easy. Of course for the experts out there after this first time setup you can tweak a plethora of individual options for display and sound.
Enough here for my PS3, laptop, cable, etc. The major plus I felt with this TV for me was the fact that it was quite thin and light, but was thick enough that Philips placed the connectors on the back panel of the unit. I have a Samsung 3D TV in work that's so thin it requires dongles to connect VGA/DVI and other connections. One dongle is lost already by an OJT. I worked with a Pioneer that was so thin it was only logical for it to have a cumbersome breakout (I/O) box). This is thin. Fortunately not thin for form and looks at the cost of function.
For an on TV speaker I'm pleased. Most will use this with an external sound system so I won't spend a lot of time here. Its loud but not noisy. The sound from the built-in speaker is ok.
Wow. For $600? Just wow. Bright, clear, good representation of darks and blacks.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Do not purchase tv it want last ..lost picture right after my three year extended warranty..Phillips customer service sucks!! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tangy
Great tv! I have had this unit going on four years, and haven't had one issue. It has a very good picture, almost like your are there when brand new. Read morePublished on March 31, 2014 by steven meyer
If I can offer any recommendation about this TV, I would say DON 'T BUY!!! It won't last!!! I bought my Phillips 40 inch LED HDTV after doing a lot of research and product... Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by T-ro
the place I bought it better TVs is really nice guy named Mike was really helpful the television itself is great super sharp 1080 this is a great TV I use it as a computer monitor... Read morePublished on August 13, 2013 by Vilkus
Have being used it for two years. No big problem at all. The only downside is its glass front is too reflective. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by Jian Lin
I just purchased my Philips TV a couple of months ago and already it is turning itself off while I'm watching it, there was a huge crackling/buzzing noise inside the TV last week... Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Jake