Summary: Do not purchase tv it want last ..lost picture right after my three year extended warranty..Phillips customer service sucks!!I will never purchase another Phillips product again this was my first and last purchase..a tv suppose to last more then 3 years!!!
Summary: Great tv! I have had this unit going on four years, and haven't had one issue. It has a very good picture, almost like your are there when brand new. the picture is not as good as it once was but it is still good, especially on Blu-ray or any native 1080p. maybe its just my cable being only at 720p.
Summary: If I can offer any recommendation about this TV, I would say DON 'T BUY!!! It won't last!!! I bought my Phillips 40 inch LED HDTV after doing a lot of research and product comparisons. I figured I'd go with Phillips because it is supposed to be a reputable company with a quality product.
this television is great super sharp and now that Google introduced at chrome device that can be smart tooto
Vilkus "Light Guardian", Amazon
13 August 2013
Summary: the place I bought it better TVs is really nice guy named Mike was really helpful the television itself is great super sharp 1080 this is a great TV I use it as a computer monitor I can't complain it's awesome
Summary: Have being used it for two years. No big problem at all. The only downside is its glass front is too reflective. During daytime, better watch it in a room with curtains that can block light well.
Summary: I just purchased my Philips TV a couple of months ago and already it is turning itself off while I'm watching it, there was a huge crackling/buzzing noise inside the TV last week and now there is a shadow haf way across the screen. I will never own another Philips TV.
Summary: This was such a great deal and we love everything about this TV, no complaints. Easy set up, easy to adjust color/brightness, etc. HD picture quality is just incredible, almost 3D effect sometimes.
Philips 40PFL7505D/F7 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED LCD HDTV, Black
Todd Hammer, Amazon
3 March 2012
Summary: We would like to be able to use the flash drive port to run photo slide shows in a continuous loop but have not figured that out yet. If Phillips monitors these reviews they can respond to this request and let us know what the simplest method is for showing a continous loop slideshow from a flash...