Summary: I was looking for a reasonably priced HDTV to replace the CRT TV that I gave up when I moved a couple of months ago. For what I wanted -- LED, 40", 120 hz refresh rate, the prices tended to start at around $800-900. So I was interested in the Philips because of its low price tag. User reviews were really positive, and I like what I saw when I looked at it in a store. I couldn't see any reason not to buy it, even though I was suspicious of the low price. Wow!
Summary: For general viewing of programs on cable or DVD's we have found this products to be superior. Excellent picture quality in any mode with great definition, color, sharpness, motion accuracy and no glare. LED LCD is the way to go for wide vision area and minimizing reflected glare. We don't game or use Blue Ray and haven't tried internet hook ups, but for our predominant uses it is superb. Great value as well.
Summary: We bought this as a computer monitor, and it works great.It is also a lot cheaper than buying a monitor of equivilant size. So if you are in the market for an awesome size for you computer monitor, this is the right product for it. I highly recommend this tv as a computer monitor, or just as a stand alone tv.
Summary: Like the size. love the clear pictures. dislike not applicable. Got a new house need a new TV. Very easy to take out from the box, complete easy to follow instructions. Love the design. Love the super thin size. 1080 broadcast looks like 3D movies.
Summary: Picture quality and clarity of this LED TV is excellent. Compared this TV to a Sony before I bought it, I like the Philips better. You get the whitest whites and the blackest blacks. Philips firmware upgrade capability far exceeds the others. If you have a thumb/jump drive go to the Philip website and download the latest firmware update to improve the features of your TV. Called Philips customer care regarding a general question and received outstanding service.
Summary: I wanted to get the current state of the art tech when I purchased my HDTV. I took the time to go to numerous stores and watch each type availible, in every resolution, refresh rate or screen type. For my needs the LED LCD was superior, I could mount up to a 38 inch wide unit and wanted a min 120 Hz. This same TV was up to $1000 more retail.
Summary: This TV has the best picture I have ever seen! My brother's Samsung does not even come close to the same quality. The TV is high quality all the way from the glass swivel stand to the tv itself and the AMAZING picture! I would recomend this TV to ANYONE! Your TV search will end after seeing this one.
Summary: Philips LCD TVs have a feature called Digital Natural Motion (DNM) that supposedly helps disguise the blur effect that many notice with LCDs due to response times. The user guide has no explanation or description of what this feature does or doesn't do or when you should use it (or not).