Summary: Uploaded the firmware upgrade immediately after purchase as picture had major flicker problems both with the DVD player and channel settings. New firmware corrected some of the picture flicker. Philips said that they plan no new firmware upgrades.
Pros: Average quality.
Cons: Picture flickers when picture format is set to automatic
Summary: I picked this TV up for the price of my 32" Samsung and I got to say that it's not a bad purchase at $547. It had above average color rendering with no color bleed or wash. This is an awesome TV. I am very impressed with the four speakers that are installed in the chassis to give it a nice sound.
Summary: I have a refurblished 37" directly purchased from phillps 2006 and so I was feeling confident about this purchase and I was not disappointed,moved the 37" to the living room which now looks better than ever and placed this 47" in the bed room and I was spprized at the quality of the build and...
Summary: It is always with trepidation that one buys a refurbished product. Was the reason the product was refurbished cosmetic or structural??? Well I have no reservation about the value of this particular unit. Delivery was on time, unpacking and setting it up easy.
Summary: This TV is a good deal for the budget minded consumer. It has a slightly above average picture compared to other HDTVs in the price range once you get the settings correct but the factory sound is sub-par (not that I use the factory speakers).
Summary: We bought this TV and were thrilled with it...until we got home and tried to set it up. The first screen would appear telling us thank you for your Philips purchase, please push the green next button. When we would push the button, it would shut the tv off!
Summary: The picture is fine but I when I tried to connect it to my laptop ..., I found out that it doesn't take the VGA output which most LCD TVs do. It 's a bloomer, not that many laptops got that DVI output that you can hook it to the HDMI input of the TV.
Summary: I bought this TV as a floor model from Costco for [...] (with a 2 year warrany included!) and on Black Friday I bought the Sony Blue-Ray BDP-BX1 [...]. Yah, I made out! Look around, besides Amazon's current pricing, I would have paid double. The picture is incredible.
Summary: I bought this TV today and this is what I got: The tv Magnavox Blu-Ray dvd player 2 HDMI cables Wii Component Cable Time Warner Digital Cable w/free HD channels and 2 way streaming DVR. All for $1750.00 with a 3 yr extended warranty on the TV and the Blu-Ray.