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The 55PFL7505D/F7 is a 55" LCD HDTV from Philips' 7500 Series and is an upgrade in size to the 46PFL7505D.

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looks good - has a stylish, rounded bezel

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LED backlit - produces dark, inky black levels and consumes less energy than CCFL-based HDTVs

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240Hz mode is great for watching sports and high-action films

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built-in speakers produce mediocre sound - not great for movies

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Terrible picture. As with most LED TVs, without a proper calibration the picture is horrid. Whites are blue and the blacks are grey.

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240Hz is a joke. Unable to play console games due to controller input lag. Produces a tunnel vision effect.

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lacks Philips' NetTV internet apps - no Netflix streaming

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only compatible with a limited number of video files via USB

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limited HD inputs - only 4 HDMI

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The 55PFL7505D/F7 is a 55" LCD HDTV from Philips' 7500 Series and is an upgrade in size to the 46PFL7505D.  The TV has an ultra-slim design with a rounded bezel and features a widescreen LED-backlit display.  It offers a full HD native resolution of 1080p and has 120Hz video processing for reduced motion blur and smooth high-speed images.  The TV includes integrated speakers with SRS TruSurround HD for accompanying virtual stereo sound.  The 55PFL7505D/F7 is designed to be Eco-friendly and utilizes advanced LED technology, meeting Energy Star 4.0 standards.  It has a Powersave mode and an ambient light sensor which adjusts the backlighting to the lighting conditions of the room which conserves energy.  The TV also includes four HDMI 1.4 ports and is enabled with DivX HD, but differs with the 55PFL7705D since it lacks NetTV capabilities.  The 55PFL7505D/F7 is expected to be released in June 2010 and has a suggested retail price of $2299.

  • 55" Widescreen LED-Backlit LCD Display
  • Full HD 1080p Native Resolution
  • 16:9 Image Aspect Ratio
  • 120Hz Video Processing
  • Ultra-Slim Design with Rounded Bezel
  • Advanced LED Technology
  • Perfect Natural Motion Technology
  • SRS TruSurround HD
  • DivX HD Ready
  • Ambient Light Sensor & PowerSave Mode
  • Energy Star 4.0 Qualified
  • Inputs: 4 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x VGA, USB
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06/06/2012 05:05

Wasn't sure about buying a Philips brand tv due to previous problems in the past with this brand. Had this TV for a year and already it's performance is what I expected problems again. The HDMI I have connected to a blu-ray player, was good at first, until you get this occasional black screen, with no response to the TV from the remote, and buttons on the tv... I'm not sure what the problem is..

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