Philips 7800 series Erittäin ohut Smart 4K Ultra HD LED-TV 42PUS7809 106 cm (42"), 4K Ultra HD LED-TV, DVB-T/T2/C/S/S2, neljä ydintä Ambilight 2 sivulla ja Pixel Precise Ultra HD is rated
Rated 5 out of
Paras koskaan näkemäni kuva. Moitittavaa tästä on vaikea keksiä. Tausta valot ovat todella hienot.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 3 out of
aika helppo käyttöinen
kuva on hyvä mutta sisäistä valoanturia ei saa pois päältä.joka aiheuttaa sen että kuva tummuu jo muutenkin tummissa kohtauksissa.
Date published: 2015-05-28
Rated 2 out of
Stunning to look at until you turn it on.....
When you unbox the TV it looks stunning but when you start using it you quickly get frustrated with a myriad of tech issues.
The good bit....
If you use your TV as a monitor for Sky or Virgin then I am sure this TV will be okay for you. Colours are good, black levels are okay, can go milky in dark scenes (was hoping for better) and Ambilight adds to the viewing experience.
Now the bad.....
The user interface is way off the mark. Go Into Smart TV Mode, Start using any App, press the TV Guide Button by accident and boom the interface goes bonkers. Hey... Philips...Why don't you disable the TV guide button when in Smart Mode...... NB. there is no hard reset or power off so you have to cut the mains to get it to work again.
The help menu is of little help, keeps crashing and leaves weird artefacts on the screen when you think it has been quit.
The TV Guide is slow and clunky and the iPhone App cannot link to it in the UK!
BBC Apps have been discontinued on this range of TV's, I understand this is partly a BBC issue, but come on Philips this TV is sold as SMART!
No BBC iPlayer is a huge fail.
The UHD upscaling is quite good but let down by terrible herringbone patterns in certain scene situations.
No HDMI 2 or NetFLix UHD support limit what UHD content you can watch.
The remote keyboard is a nice idea but so frustrating to use. Keys bounce and response is woeful.
There are so many bugs in the UI I could go on...
In conclusion this is a very poor effort by Philips. The integrated software badly lets the UHD screen down. Lets hope new software will fix the many bugs.
NB. Tested with software rev QN143E_014.003.006.128CR2 as of Sept 2014.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 4 out of
Why no HDMI 2.0
I can't really add much more to the previous review except to implore Philips to add a HDMI 2.0 connection to this TV. Basically without HDMI 2.0 any future UHD (ultra high definition) content above 30 fps (frames per second) won't be displayed properly. Philips PLEASE update your UHD TV's to HDMI 2.0. NB old HDMI cables currently working on HDMI 1.4 will work on HDMI 2.0
Date published: 2014-07-20