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Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black

Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black
Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black


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Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black


Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black

40″ 240Hz LCD with NetTV and Pixel Precise HD EngineWith superb motion-sharpness and richly detailed, vibrant images, the Philips 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV features the ultimate resolution standard and TruSurround sound for a cinematic viewing experience in your home. A variety of connection options makes it easy to connect additional entertainment devices, so you can use this state-of-the-art HDTV to view photos, play music, or as a monitor for your PC.
40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV
At a Glance:Full HD LCD display for the best possible picture quality

Pixel Precise HD improves natural detail and optimizes contrast

Perfect Natural Motion for clear, vibrant, and smooth fast-moving pictures

Connection options for your PC, DVD, Blu-ray player, game console, USB device, and network

Energy efficient and

Backed by a one-year limited warranty
Full HD LCD display for the best possible picture quality. View larger.

Connection o

  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • 240Hz Clear LCD
  • NetTV
  • Pixel Precise HD
  • Energy Star 4.0

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  1. 26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great TV at a great price, with wifi capapable of streaming movies, August 16, 2010
    By 
    Wiseguy 945 (Cedar Rapids, IA) –
    This review is from: Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black (Electronics)

    The 5705 is the best of my 5505 model, with now wifi for streaming movies. I purchased the 5505 model of this phillips tv (without the wifi) about 1 month ago, and so far love it. For comparision, I own a Panasonic Viera th-50pz80U (480hz 1080p)that I bought 2 years ago, and my brother owns the newer g10 50 inch 600hz panasonic, and this phillips is as nice as those two Plasma TVs. Upsides of this tv, LCD, more durable as far as moving around. Plasma tvs are still glass and need to be kept upright, never to be placed on their face. this can be moved more. It is brighter than the plasma TV at baseline. Colors pop without haveing to put the TV into a brighter mode as I have done before on my plasma. there is no burn in or streeking as with the plasmas if not taken care of. I have not had a problem with the panasonics, but on rare occasion on pause I will see a little burn in that will fade on my plasma. I think that the speed of the TV, 240hz, has made it comparable to my plasma for everyday movies. This has a digital motion program built in the set which can be turned off and on. For regular movies and TV, I turn it off. On animated movies, wow, i think this TV beats my plasma. The draw back with the digital motion is that it looks really choppy in movies with a lot of action, like car chases . It does funny things with the people on the screen as well. If it is focused on a character, it almost feels as if they were standing there in the room. It looses the warmth and depth in background, and again seems choppy when the focus person or object moves, and looks really processed (like a computer straining to keep up with rate) if the background moves. Regular movies and sports, I love my Plasma TV. This Philips 5505 model does not have Wifi built in for net flix, but the 5705 model does. This one runs a bit cheaper, and as a second nice tv for the bedroom, this works well and is a great value for the speed and size. Only a few of the upper models from sony and LG have 240 hz LCD/LED tvs, and those models will cost you quite a bit more for a comparable TV. The Cheapest i saw the Sony was around $1100 for a 40 inch. For LCD tvs, this one is great, and the digital motion can be turned off which is a nice feature. As a final note, my friend sprung for a samsung 46 inch 120hz model, and spent considerably more, and this toast it all around. again with the samsung as with most LED tvs, they over process the image and it looks choppy and unnatural. That is why i like the fact I can turn on and off the Digital motion feature. Check this TV out, great value and performance.

    UPDATE: Other questions that have come up

    The picture on the net are tough to see what the tv looks like

    The Bezel is a glossy bezel, reflective

    The screen is essentially flat. I note a small reflection when the tv is off, but there is no reflection when the tv is on, and i can tell you my plasma tv that is one draw back, the reflection on bright days. in looking at the other lcd/led tvs on the market, this is the same as most of them these days. My friends Samsung 46″ 650 model has an actual plastic protective cover over the LCD screen which does reflect, that was a shock. the non reflective front is one of the advantages of any LCD/LED tv

    Mesurments 26 1/2 tall, 9 3/4 at base, tv 3 3/4 thick, 39 across horizonal, corner to corner at 40″ screen, almost 43 corner of bezel to corner of bezel.

    Finally, LCD/LED tvs run much cooler than plasma tvs, so this tv is much cooler and nicer in my room than my plasma would be.

    One final note. Depending upon if you want Net capability for streeming videos from the internet eg, netflixs, or blockbuster streeming vidio, the 5705 model online here at amazon is only a few dollars more. I got my tv at a warehouse retailer for less than the current price today on sale, so this model was a no brainer, and I don’t really care about the net capability because various blu-ray players have that capability as well. so if you want a stand alone tv and you plan to get a blu ray player, net capapble doesn’t matter. if you have limited space and watch all your movies offline, then the 5705 model would be worth the investment.
    hope this helps

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Buy sucks, and thanks to that, I got an even better TV for cheaper., November 15, 2010
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    This review is from: Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black (Electronics)

    NO GLARE. Indeed, a large plus. Just the right size for a one bedroom apartment with minimal space. The NetTV is really only valid for netflix, but that’s fine because what else do you really need? Crisp clear picture from any angle. Games like Halo: Reach and Call of Duty Black OPS look freakishly amazing. The amount of added detail I noticed when I first played on this T.V. is astounding. Great t.v. for any gamer. The speakers sound fantastic, and the simulated 5.1 had me a little stunned in the beginning.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good quality for the price, December 4, 2010
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    Jeffmguida (Connecticut) –
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    This review is from: Philips 40PFL5705D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LCD HDTV with NetTV, Black (Electronics)

    First off I’ll note that when I first plugged the Philips in I wasn’t impressed, and almost no one would be by the default settings.. they are VERY bad. After doing some tweaking and getting my HD feed setup I can’t tell you how pleased I am. The sharpness is a BIT weaker than your higher end brands which is why I gave it the 4 star rating but don’t let this discourage you in the slightest. The color on this TV is absolutely stunning, the richness is something you will never tire of watching. I hooked it up to a panasonic bluray and the movie was flawless on every level, the sounds are delivered clearly in a smaller room (about 150sqft) and the action and movement is beautiful. This TV will absolutely deliver everything you want and it’s a great buy.

    Now for the few “quirks” that make me rate 4 instead of 5. The remote is very slow and clunky while going through options, the volume up/down is extremely slow as well my dish remote does it at about 3x the speed. The tweaking took me about 90 minutes to get the colors right and the options all set. The initial “setup wizard” that shows a few pictures is borderline useless the images on TV look nothing like what you select, you will most definitely need to tweak it yourself. The equalizer takes quite a bit of work and you may have to play with it for individual settings i.e. movies/sports, etc.

    Considering those are my biggest complaints you can’t go wrong with this TV. Great picture, great sound in medium/smaller rooms, awesome for gaming. I almost never use the remote once I get my cable/satellite setup so keep that in mind as a very minute issue. You will be pleased it’s a great TV.

    Edit 6 months in. TV has since adapted lovely red dots all over the screen randomly. Will be exercising warranty to try and fix. Not expected from a product only 6 months old to already need a service call. Not happy.

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