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: 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. Fun to watch DVD's of movies we've already seen and notice all the HD details we missed before on our ancient TV. Sound quality also excellent, no issues with volume control. Hooked up a blueray player so we can get Netflix and Vudu content too. Highly recommend this TV!
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 drive so it can play all day during a tradeshow. This is one of five LED TV's of this model that we purchased for tradeshow displays.
Summary: In all honesty, Im a pretty big snob when it comes to electronics and whatnot, but I couldnt afford a super pricey TV while I was at school. I picked this up for around $500 and the thing is a beauty. No complaints nor would I believe I got such a steal for it. Totally recommended.
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: We purchased this TV one month ago. We previously had a very nice 35" Mitsubishi standard picture tube set. A moment of silence, please. We are very pleased with the new TV in all aspects. I extended the warranty 3 years with a SquareTrade warranty from Costco ($60). We are on cable, don't have HD yet, and don't do video games, but the picture is quite good. Some sets are better, but not in the price range.
Summary: This is my first HDTV that I've ever purchased, but I had done a lot of research before deciding which television I was going to purchase. If this is the size of television that you're looking for, then this, in my opinion, is going to be your best choice for the best price.
Summary: I am in the process of moving from Georgia to Massachusetts. Can't sell the house so I have an apartment and need to furnish it. Needed a TV. This was on clearance, last one, BNIB, for $325 at my local Target. I have always sworn by Sony TV's, but the price made me take a chance. (There were no Philips TV's on display). This TV blows away ALL competition. It is the first TV I have ever said WOW when I saw the picture.
Summary: The picture is excellent, with plenty of calibration/customization options to adjust the picture to your taste (you can choose between low, high, and off for Philip's digital enhancement options). There's even a "Picture A vs. Picture B" type calibration assistant (though I still tweaked the settings a tad after that). Menu navigation and settings are straight forward.