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Philips' 19PFL3505D/F7 is an entry-level flat-panel LCD television and is the most basic model in the 3000 series of "Eco TVs".

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Pros

no noticeable lag with gaming consoles

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compact design can fit in any cabinet, or sit on a dresser or on the desk next to you

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details are very clear, picture is sharp

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sound quality is above average, very clear throughout

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large number of inputs of various types

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HD broadcasts are well rendered, no artifacts or pixelation visible

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Cons

automated brightness adjustment over-compensates at times, makes it too dim

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 Philips' 19PFL3505D/F7 is an entry-level flat-panel LCD television and is the most basic model in the 3000 series of "Eco TVs". They are so named because they feature a light sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness of the display to save energy. This TV displays images at resolutions of 720p HD, and uses a digital image enhancer to improve contrast and color onscreen. It has built-in 3W speakers that virtually simulate a surround-sound setup. There are numerous input options, including a PC-VGA in that allows the TV to be used as a monitor. Dolby Digital outputs allow this TV to connect to home theatre systems.

Features 
  • 19" widescreen display
  • 16:9 aspect ratio
  • 1366 x 768 resolution
  • 250 cd/m2 brightness
  • 800:1 contrast ratio
  • Connections: 2x Audio L/R, component, S-video, analog audio L/R, 2x HDMI, digital audio coaxial out, PC Audio in, PC VGA in, USB
  • 5 ms response time
  • 170 (H) / 160 (V) degree viewing angle
  • 2x built-in stereo speakers
  • Automatically adjusts brightness to conserve energy
Post Review
Ted
12/28/2010 02:06

the reception via antenna on the Philips 19PFL3505D/F7 is much worse than the our old television. We have an amplified HDTV indoor antenna which should be adequate in our area [Near Phila] and was adequate with the old TV. We also had to use a converter with the old TV, since it would not receive digital signals. I am going to send the Philips TV back. I think they are trying to force us to use cable.

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