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Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV
Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


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Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

The Philips 47PFL570D 47 inch 1080p LCD HDTV combines a full HD display, Pixel Plus 3 HD engine and incredible surround sound from invisible speakers. The HD Natural Motion feature estimates motion in the picture and corrects the juddering movements in both broadcast and recorded movie material such as DVD and Blu-ray disc. This TV is easy to connect and enjoy with four HDMI inputs with Easylink for a full HD connection. This flat TV ensures brilliant design and powerful performance for years to come.

  • 1080p resolution; ATSC / QAM / NTSC
  • 29000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • 2ms response time
  • Pixel Plus 3 HD engine

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  1. 60 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The pain of research pays off!, October 16, 2009
    This review is from: Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    O.K., if you’re reading this, it’s probably only one in a long line of reviews that you’ll be researching in your seemingly epic quest for the right LCD T.V. I know your pain. If you have a family like me, you don’t drop a cool grand or more on anything unless you’re positive that you’re getting the most for your money. I am here to lay your fears to rest. The saying goes “I don’t know art, but I know what I like.” I didn’t know anything about this new technology until I started to look for the right LCD. And the manufacturers do not make that task simple. There always seemed to be some compromise for the sake of size or the brand name or the contrast ratio or the 120Hz…(gasp, pant). But I digress, this T.V. blew me away. Philips isn’t exactly one of the big names you think of when it comes to HDTV, not like Sony or Samsung. That’s what I used to think. This set stood out from the seas of hi-def splattered on the walls of department stores. The picture quality is truly astounding. Not just for this price, for any price. Although 120 Hz isn’t exactly my thing, (I think it makes everything look too computer animated), the rest of the features were a God send. For example, I can’t stand having too many options for my picture. I never want to mess with the Gamma settings of my T.V., nor do I have the desire to even know what that means. I just want to WATCH my T.V., and I want it to look pretty. So, this T.V. has presets that optimize it for different viewing experiences, ex. movies, games, low power “night” mode, and so on. The simplicity of the beauty on my screen only adds to my love for this product. Have had zero issues with quality or reliability. Haven’t had to deal with Philips cust. service, so I can’t speak to that end. The sound, with sufficient volume, is more than enough to feel immersed in whatever you’re watching. So, if you’re finally tired of hunting, comparing, contrasting, compromising, agonizing, side-by-siding, and scrutinizing, rest at ease with this purchase. I haven’t regretted it, and I hope you won’t either.

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  2. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV, Great Features, July 16, 2010
    By 
    J. Chesser (Florida) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    Like many of the other consumers, I searched and searched for months for the perfect TV. Catching it on sale also helped me decide on this TV. I have owned my 47PFL5704D for about six months now. The picture quality is great. The 120Hz is great for gaming; which was the original reason I wanted an LCD. In the above reviews, the consumers mention that the picture seems almost animated. This is actually a feature called “Digital Natural Motion,” and can be turn on and off through the menu. When it is on, while watching TV it is kind of distracting the way things move. However, when using this feature for games it actually makes things smoother and enhances the experience. Also, another thing I love about this TV is the simplicity. It does not have all the junk that comes with many of the new TVs. So if you are looking for a TV with Apps. or one that is able to be connected to your modem; then this is not the TV for you.

    I have had no problems with this TV yet. (Knock on wood!) The only issues that I have with this TV is that there is no PC monitor port, so you need a computer that has a HDMI output or a converter box that will convert the signal from your PC. Also, the only audio output is through a digital coaxial cable,(Glorified RCA cable) so your home theater system needs to have a digital coax input or again you will need a converter for the signal. With that being said, maybe I just need to update my computer and home stereo, then I could say that I have no problems with this TV at all. I hope readers will find this review very helpful.

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  3. 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best 47 inch TV series available today., January 31, 2010
    By 
    Glenn M. Welt “Glenn Welt” (Henderson NV) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Philips 47PFL5704D/F7 47-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    Having just purchased a model from same Philips series, I concur with a prior positive review 110%. In my quest for the best, I went as far as buying, assembling and then returning 3 other 47″ TVs within a 24 hour period. After hours of internet research and staring at countless screens in every major retail store, my eyes told me that the Philips 47PFL6704D is THE BEST 47 inch at any price, including those advertised as 240hz oe LED. It seems the differences between the 47PFL5704D and 6704D are as follows: Thinner bezel (frame around screen) on the 6704, lighter weight (6704 under 54 pounds), higher contrast ratio (50,000 to 1 on 6704). Having owned and gifted too many Sony, Samsung, VIZIO, Hitachi and Toshiba big screen TVs over the past 10 years, I can say without a doubt, this line of Philips is the best available today for ease of use, picture quality, clean design and although Philips is not a household name in the USA, in Europe they have been a top brand for all kinds of household appliances for many decades. In fact, every day I brush my teeth with a Philips Sonicare.

    My only complaints with this Philips are that the images appear to be too bright and too realistic at times. I watch most DVD movies using my VIZIO Blu-Ray player because it seems to upconvert regular DVDs to 1080p better than my Samsung and JVC players. Unless I change the Philips TV mode to MOVIE, everything appears closer to live TV instead of a film because the Philips TV does such a great job at delivering razor sharp images with details I’d expect to see only from a 3D Blu-Ray DVD. The TV lacks 2 inputs I expected and found on all my former big screens. It only has 1 coax input for antenna or cable and uses standard left & right RCA connections for mating with a home theatre systems (vs. a single digital jack). On a positive note, my former big screen only had 3 HDMI jacks and this one has 4 so I can hook up my home theatre system, Blu-Ray player, DVD recorder and DVD/VHS recorder as well.

    Sound quality also surpasses what i experienced with 6 prior Samsung and Hitachi big screens that had much larger cabinets and speakers. Most home theatre systems (HTS) will still deliver deeper bass and surround sound, but without an HTS you can still enjoy whatever you’re watching as this TV mesmerizes you.

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