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Philips 40PFL9705H

Overall rating 4 stars
4 from 16 reviews
Specifications
The angle
176°
Brightness
500 CD/m2
Progressive scan
Yes
Dynamic contrast ratio
10000000:1
The pixel response time
0.5 MS
Subwoofer
Yes
Sound power
30 W (2x15 W)
Specifications
The angle:
176°
Brightness:
500 CD/m2
Progressive scan:
Yes
Dynamic contrast ratio:
10000000:1
The pixel response time:
0.5 MS
Subwoofer:
Yes
Sound power:
30 W (2x15 W)

Reviews

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Overall rating 4 stars
16 reviews
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Overall rating stars
February 4, 2011

Comment:

@Nav Garayal:
I didn’t think there was a point to miss, at first you didn’t state your reasoning for describing the iPhone as a ‘a rubbish phone’, which is a pretty clear-cut statement to make.

Also, I wasn’t addressing your point about imbalance in TR’s reviews, merely responding to your point about image quality. I’d rather not get into that other than to say that the writers only have so many words to work with.

With the few LCD TVs I’ve owned or set up for other people, I have managed to adjust the colour tone to such a degree that I felt the final image was optimum. Sometimes this requires hours of tweaking and it doesn’t help that the default settings invariably oversaturate the colours. That said, I think I know where you’re coming from. I find LCD images generally have a ‘processed’ appearance to them, whereas perhaps plasmas tend to exhibit a more natural presentation. However, when I auditioned this TV’s bigger brother at John Lewis I was seriously impressed, particularly with its amazing levels of contrast which I didn’t think were possible from an LCD. IMHO it probably deserves the praise TR have given it.

BTW, if you ever think of selling that KRP500A… I’m still regretting the day I chose not to fork out for one.

Overall rating stars
February 5, 2011

Comment:

The Kuro is a top notch TV. I have not once encountered any colour bleed, motion shudder etc on it. Truly magnificent. I only use it in Pure mode which bypasses pretty much all the processing. If you are looking at plasma, do NOT overlook the G20 which is cheaper than the V series. The G20 is brilliant for DVDs etc The picture has such depth to it that it almost seems 3D especially on films like Jurassic Park or King Kong and at £700 or less its a steal. However, The 2011 Panasonic range comes out in March 2011 so maybe its worth waiting.

Overall rating stars
February 5, 2011

Comment:

@Nav Garayal – if you like TVs to produce a natural image and reflect the real world, how can you put up with colour banding, flickering and 50Hz motion judder on your G20? Hardly natural occurrences in the real world, are they?

Overall rating stars
February 6, 2011

Comment:

@metalex- my main tv is the last generation Kuro and it provides a wonderfully natural picture. I haven’t experienced the problems you mention with my G20 and at a quarter of the price of the Kuro, the G20 is magnificent value. Have you tried good quality mains leads and cables? If your budget can stretch try the Kimber cables or even ClearerAudio. They should improve matters no end.

Overall rating stars
February 6, 2011

Comment:

Nav, I don’t own a G20. However, I do wonder how “good quality” mains cables can correct design flaws in a TV.

Overall rating stars
October 31, 2011

Comment:

The lack of a free view HD tuner – well you dont miss a lot, Philips digital tuners have always been quite poor. Having two sets, plus one at my parents, plus one in a flat we rented last year – they all suffer the same problems – a poor digital tuner, finally it simply stops working, and an external tuner has to be connected. This combined with the poor menues, is such a pity for the nice build, design, Ambilight, 21:9, the egg remote. ( Not to mention the ever remaining lack of memory of channel language setting, switch channel and the language selection is gone ).

Wonder if Philips ever will solve these problems – why all these models, why not try focus on a limited range of models and deliver better TV´s ? Whu not cut the 5000 and 6000 and deliver better 21:9 for a better price ?

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Details
Details
Image
The angle 176°
Brightness 500 CD/m2
Progressive scan Yes
Dynamic contrast ratio 10000000:1
The pixel response time 0.5 MS
Sound
Subwoofer Yes
Sound power 30 W (2x15 W)
Sound system 4 speakers
Decoders audio Dolby Digital
Surround sound Yes
Function
Sleep timer Yes
Support DLNA Yes
Backlight Ambilight Yes
Protection of children Yes
Support 24p True Cinema Yes
The number of independent TV-tuners 1
Interfaces
Inputs audio x2, component, SCART x2, RGB, VGA, HDMI x4, USB x2, Ethernet (RJ-45), Wi-Fi
Outputs coaxial
Support CI Yes
Support Wi-Fi Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
Supported formats of flash cards SD
A device for reading memory cards Yes
The connectors on the front/side panel HDMI
Multimedia
Supported formats MP3, WMA, MPEG4, MKV, JPEG
Additionally
Color brushed aluminum
Wall mount Yes
Weight with stand 22 kg
Weight without stand 20 kg
Additional information illumination system Ambilight Spectra 3; Perfect Pixel HD; Perfect Natural Motion; Perfect Contrast
Anti-reflective coating Yes
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD) 955x632x240 mm
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD) 955x596x69 mm
Key features
HD 1080p Full HD
Type LCD TV
Diagonal 40" (102 cm)
Resolution 1920x1080
Support 3D there, the packing technology
Stereo sound Yes
LED backlight there are, RGB LED
Screen format 16:9
Update frequency 400 Hz
Signal reception
Teletext with the memory at 1200 p.
Support DVB-C DVB-C MPEG4
Support DVB-T DVB-T MPEG4
Support NICAM stereo sound Yes
Support of television standards PAL, SECAM, NTSC
Supported formats of input signal 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Available resolution when connecting to PC 640x480 800x600 1024x768 1280x1024 1360x768 1920x1080
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