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Philips 46PFL9707S

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  • Philips 46PFL9707

    Plus

    • Sensational 2D picture quality
    • Appealing design
    • Very good audio

    Minus

    • 3D suffers excessive crosstalk
    • It's expensive
    • Online features not extensive enough

    3 år sedan
  • Philips 46PFL9707 review

    Plus

    • Deep black levels
    • Precise 2D images
    • Mixed brightness
    • Cursor-keyboard remote

    Minus

    • Hugely expensive
    • Smart TV disappoints
    • 3D dogged by crosstalk

    Conclusion
    Wrapped in both the finest brushed metallic build quality around and an Ambilight glow, and supplied with an innovative and powerful speaker system, the Philips 46PFL9707 is special in so many ways.A new user interface proves flexible, and the TV's keyboard-backed pointer remote dazzles, though it's mixed brightness sequences and total black that are this Direct LED-backlit LCD TV's clear highlights.It's just such a shame that Net TV offers few apps and, worse, that 3D is plagued by crosstalk. Still, there's no arguing about the Philips 46PFL9707's title as king of 2D Blu-ray.Also considerIn terms of flagship TVs there are some awesome choices out there, from the uncompromising Samsung UE55ES8000 with voice control and a sci-fi design (and a super-slim bezel), the elegant (though with a very similar 3D crosstalk problem as this Philips) Sony KDL-46HX853 to two from Panasonic; the TX-L47WT50B and the fluid of movement, intense of black 'king of plasma', the Panasonic TX-P50VT50B.

    8 år sedan
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    Philips 46PFL9707

    Conclusion
    The 46PFL9707 is an impressive LED LCD TV. On paper, it's fantastic to see Philips give UK and European buyers another choice in the hardly crowded Local Dimming LED market, although in practice, we found that their implementation of it had some issues. On top of that, the picture accuracy in the most accurate out-of-the-box mode (on our review sample) wasn't as neutral as many other competing models, displaying with a red tint relative to the D65 white point used for HD and SD video. The Philips 9707 is a screen which definitely benefits from professional calibration. Fortunately, the 46in PFL9707 has more claims to fame which kept us satisfied. We find Ambilight to be a great feature that takes the design of the TV beyond the panel itself, and if you find that it floats your boat also, then you're probably reading this site not to find out which brand of TV to buy, but which Philips television to buy, since this feature is exclusive to them. What's more, the Moth Eye filter - which in our opinion steals the show - does an outstanding job of keeping images rich even in extremely bright viewing environments. There is also the 46PFL9707T's sound quality, which is exceptional by in-TV standards (Philips' decision to build the speakers into the stand itself is so smart and so effective that we wonder why it hasn't been copied yet). None of that changes the fact that, true to high-end LED LCD form, the Philips 46PFL9707 commands a relatively high price tag. If you're in a darker environment, its excellent Moth Eye Filter will be largely put to waste, and Panasonic and Samsung plasmas give overall better picture quality for considerably less money in these locations. On the other hand, if you have the cash to spend and want what is perhaps the best bright-room contrast performance on the market, or want a unique top-end LED LCD so you can avoid worrying about image retention, the latest Philips 9000 series should be right up your street.

    8 år sedan