Philips digitaal. laajakuvataulutelevisio 26PF5520D 66 cm (26") integroitu digitaalinen LCD Digital Crystal Clear -tekniikan avulla is rated
Rated 4 out of
I was p;eased originally,but not since Frreview update
Have found the product to be rather poor since area update with freeview and going over to digital only from local transmitters.The Tv does not seem to be able to hold all the channels,ie have retuned the set next time i switch it on either does not show picture orhas lost some channels ,tried retuning all ok then same happens again.
Date published: 2011-10-02
Rated 4 out of
I'm not too keen on the silver finish, I prefer glossy black. The on/off button feels flimsy and is easily broken if pressed too hard. Also I find the remote too large, I would prefer something more compact and again black rather than silver which shows up dirt rather easily. There is only two HDMI ports on the back and I when I buy my next television I will need at least three. Also a VGA port would also be useful. I understand the reasoning, its a small TV as sets go these days and I assumed that when you designed it you thought it would perhaps go in a child's bedroom. Well I brought this for my rather small lounge and I have a Virgin box, and Xbox 360, and a PS3 connected via a splitter I had to buy. A twenty-six inch screen is perfect for my needs, the last of connections isn't. To be fair this is a problem with all 26'' tv's, I just wish it wasn't. Lastly, the set only supports up to 1080i resolution. My need 26'' television I look at will have to go up to 1080P.
Date published: 2012-07-25
Rated 1 out of
A very bad purchase
I had a Japanese TV for over 10 years, but when digital was on the horizon i decided to purchase this model a number of years back. As soon as the warranty was up I had a great deal of trouble an still do. It will freeze and not respond to the remote on a regular basis. I have to switch it off and switch it on again to get it to work.
I mistakenly thought that Phillips was a watchword for quality, but not in my experience. It stll looks like a new TV, but responds like a TV that is ten years old, or more. Come and see if you do not believe me.
Date published: 2011-10-09