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Philips
09-21-2010, 01:09 PM
TV’s with Net TV - 2009 models: xxPFL8xx4 & xxPFL9xx4
32PFL8404H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
32PFL8404H/60 (No Wi-Fi)
32PFL9604H/12 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9604H/60 (Wi-Fi)

37PFL8404H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
37PFL8404H/60 (No Wi-Fi)
37PFL8684H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
37PFL8694H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
37PFL9604H/12 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL9604H/60 (Wi-Fi)

40PFL7664H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
40PFL8664H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
40PFL9704H/12 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9704H/60 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9904H/12 (Wi-Fi)

42PFL8404H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL8404H/60 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL8654H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL8684H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL8684H/60 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL8694H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL8694H/60 (No Wi-Fi)
42PFL9664H/12 (Wi-Fi)
42PFL9664H/60 (Wi-Fi)

46PFL9704H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9704H/60 (Wi-Fi)

47PFL8404H/12 (No Wi-Fi)
47PFL8404H/60 (No Wi-Fi)
47PFL9664H/12 (Wi-Fi)
47PFL9664H/60 (Wi-Fi)

52PFL9704H/12 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL9704H/12 (Wi-Fi)

56PFL9954H/12 (Wi-Fi)


TV’s with Net TV - 2010 models: xxPFL7xx5, xxPFL8xx5, and xxPFL9xx5
32PFL7605C/05 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7605C/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7605C/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7605H/05 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7605H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7605H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7605M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7665H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7665M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7675H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7675K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7675M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7685H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7685K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7685M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7695H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7695K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7695M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL8605H/12 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL8605H/60 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL8605K/02 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL8605M/08 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9705H/12 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9705H/60 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9705K/02 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9705M/08 (Wi-Fi)

37PFL7605H/05 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7605H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7605H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7605M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7675H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7675K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL8605H/12 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL8605H/60 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL8605K/02 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL8605M/08 (Wi-Fi)

40PFL7605H/05 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
40PFL7605H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
40PFL7605H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
40PFL7605M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
40PFL8605H/12 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8605H/60 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8605K/02 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8605M/08 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9605D/78 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9705H/12 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9705H/60 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9705K/02 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL9705M/08 (Wi-Fi)

42PFL7655H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7655K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7655M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7665H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7665M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7675H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7675K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7675M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7685H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7685K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7685M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7695H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7695K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7695M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)

46PFL7605H/05 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7605H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7605H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7605M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7655H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7655K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7655M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7665H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7695H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7695K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7695M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL8605H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8605H/60 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8605K/02 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8605M/08 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8685H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8685K/02 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8685M/08 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9705H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9705H/60 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9705K/02 (Wi-Fi)

52PFL8605H/12 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL8605H/60 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL8605K/02 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL8605M/08 (Wi-Fi)

58PFL9955H/12 (Wi-Fi)
58PFL9955D/78 (Wi-Fi)


TV’s with Net TV - 2011 models: xxPFL7xx6, xxPFL8xx6, and xxPFL9xx6
32PFL7406H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7406H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7406K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7406M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7406T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7476H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7476K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7486H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7486K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7486M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7496H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7496K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7606D/78 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7606H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7606K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7606M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL7606T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
32PFL9606H/12 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9606K/02 (Wi-Fi)
32PFL9606M/08 (Wi-Fi)

37PFL7606H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7606K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7606M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7606T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7666H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7666K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7676H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL7676K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
37PFL9606H/12 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL9606K/02 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL9606M/08 (Wi-Fi)
37PFL9606T/12 (Wi-Fi)

40PFL7606D/77 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
40PFL7606D/78 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
40PFL8606H/12 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8606H/60 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8606K/02 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8606M/08 (Wi-Fi)
40PFL8606T/12 (Wi-Fi)

42PFL7406H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7406H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7406K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7406M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7406T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7456H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7456K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7456M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7456T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7486H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7486K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7486M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7606H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7606H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7606K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7606M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7606T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7656H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7656K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7656M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7656T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7666H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7666K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7676H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7676K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7676T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7696H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7696K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7696M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL7696T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
42PFL8606D/77 (Wi-Fi)
42PFL8606D/78 (Wi-Fi)

46PFL7606D/77 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL7606D/78 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
46PFL8606H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8606H/60 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8606K/02 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8606M/08 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8606T/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8686H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8686K/02 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL8686M/08 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9706H/12 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9706K/02 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9706M/08 (Wi-Fi)
46PFL9706T/12 (Wi-Fi)

47PFL7456H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7456K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7456M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7456T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7606H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7606H/60 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7606K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7606M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7606T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7656H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7656M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7656T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7666H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7666K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7696H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7696K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7696M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL7696T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
47PFL8606D/78 (Wi-Fi)

50PFL7956H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
50PFL7956K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
50PFL7956M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
50PFL7956T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
50PFL8956D/78 (Wi-Fi)

52PFL9606H/12 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL9606K/02 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL9606M/08 (Wi-Fi)
52PFL9606T/12 (Wi-Fi)

55PFL7606H/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
55PFL7606K/02 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
55PFL7606M/08 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)
55PFL7606T/12 (Wi-Fi via PTA01)

58PFL9956H/12 (Wi-Fi)
58PFL9956T/12 (Wi-Fi)


BluRay disk players with Net TV
BDP3150 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

BDP3200/05 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/12 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/51 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/55 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200X/77 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200X/78 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/79 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/93 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/94 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/96 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP3200/98 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

BDP3250/05 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

BDP5100/05 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP5100/12 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP5100/51 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP5100/98 (Net TV Ready: Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

BDP5200/05 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP5200/12 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP5200/51 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP5200/55 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP5200X/78 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP5200K/93 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP5200/98 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)

BDP6000/12 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)

BDP7500B2/05 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500B2/12 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500B2/51 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500B2/98 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500S2/05 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500S2/12 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500S2/51 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
BDP7500S2/98 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

BDP7600/05 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP7600/12 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP7600/51 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP7600/93 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)

BDP8000/12 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP8000/51 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)
BDP8000/78 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)

BDP9600/12 (Wi-Fi, with videostore)


Home Cinema systems with Net TV
HTS9140/12 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
HTS9140/51 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
HTS9140/98 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

HTS9520/12 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
HTS9520/51 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
HTS9520/55 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)
HTS9520/98 (Philips Wi-Fi USB adapter WUB1110 required)

HTS9540/12 (Wi-Fi)


Note: Subject to modification. No rights can be derived.

ernieknolfson
10-01-2010, 08:04 AM
a quick question about the different models:
e.g.
37PFL8605H/12
37PFL8605H/60
37PFL8605K/02
37PFL8605M/08

what is the H and K (or M) for?
and what is the number a the end?
i would like to know if there any major differences between these models.
thanks in advance.

Philips
10-01-2010, 08:44 AM
The H/xx, M/xx, K/xx, etc. are indications for different executions of a certain model.
The /12, /60, /02, etc. are indications for different market regions.


C= Customisable version (design your own TV)
D/05 = DVB-T UK
D/10 = DVB-T whole Europe
D/12 = DVB-T continental Europe (excl. UK & IRL)
D/77 = Digital Argentina
D/78 = Digital Brazil
H/05 = MPEG-4 DVB-T/C UK
H/10 = MPEG-4 DVB-T/C whole Europe
H/12 = MPEG-4 DVB-T/C cont. Europe (excl. UK & IRL)
H/60 = MPEG-4 DVB-T/C Russia
K/02 = MPEG-4 DVB-T/C/S2 (Satellite DACH)
M/08 = MHP MPEG-4 DVB-T/C Italy
T/12 = DVB-T2 UK, Sweden, Finland, Norway


Example: 32PFL9705H/60
32 = Screen size indicator (32 inch),
PFL = Product category code (Philips Flat LCD TV),
9705 = Product model number range
H = Option/feature code (MPEG-4 DVB-T/C)
/60 = Market region indicator (Russia)

fri
11-15-2010, 10:15 AM
Hello there, another quick questions...
Please, what is the difference between models 32PFL7605H/12 and 32PFL7685H/12?
I can see one, Perfect Natural Motion in 7605 vs HD Natural Motion in the other models.
Is there any other significant difference? Which one is better?
Thank you in advance.
Best regards,
F.

Philips
11-16-2010, 08:29 AM
Hello.

Indeed the most important difference between the 7605 and 7685 is the perfect natural motion for the 7605 and HD natural motion for the 7685.
The 7685 is only sold at Euronics and has some differences in the model styling.
I can't tell you what is best, as picture quality is very personal. I advise you to go to the shop and compare the models next to each other.

With kind regards,

Philips NetTV moderator.

Toengel
11-16-2010, 08:38 AM
The H/xx, M/xx and K/xx are indications for different executions of a certain model:

C= Customisable (choose your own colour, stand, remote, etc.).
H= MPEG4.
K= DVB-S reception.
M= MHEG (system used in Italy).


The /12, /60, /02, etc are indications for different market regions:

/02= Germany & Austria, Turkey.
/05= UK & Ireland
/08= Italy.
/12= Continental Europe.
/60= Eastern Europe (former USSR countries).


Hi,

can you please extend your list for the D/78 information (58pfl9955d/78 - see TV’s with Net TV - 2010 models: xxPFL7xx5, xxPFL8xx5, and xxPFL9xx5)?

Thanks in advance,

Toengel@Alex

Philips
11-16-2010, 11:44 AM
Done, see list above.

Toengel
11-16-2010, 11:54 AM
Hi,

thanks.... What I don't understand is why the 58PFL9955 is labeld as h/12 in Germany cause there is also a S2 tuner inside... so it should be labeld as k/02... ;-)

Regards,

Toengel@Alex

Philips
11-17-2010, 01:30 PM
Hi, thanks.... What I don't understand is why the 58PFL9955 is labeld as h/12 in Germany cause there is also a S2 tuner inside... so it should be labeld as k/02... ;-) Regards, Toengel@Alex

:D I know, Philips' ways are sometimes inscrutable.... :D
But yes, in principle you are correct. However there were some very good (marketing) reasons to do it like this, which I can not further explain. But don't be afraid, you have the correct TV and it is, and I'm sure you agree, a great device! ;)

Toengel
11-17-2010, 02:09 PM
you have the correct TV and it is, and I'm sure you agree, a great device! ;)

Hi,

I agree - I paid for the TV... however, the TV would be greater if all reported bugs (see 140.25 experience thread) will be fixed as soon as possible...

Best regards,

Toengel@Alex

Nijey
12-01-2010, 05:18 PM
Maybe you can help me..
1) FIRST:

as explain the different between the M and K is
MHP (Interactive DTT) only in the M model
DTV-S2 on K Model (Dutch)
..right?

If i use the K model in Italy, and I've a Satellite can I see the DTV-S2 channel? or not?


2) SECOND:

in the 40PFL8605M/08 with DLNA or USB I can see an MKV files with AC3 AUDIO.. but the DTS audio is not supported..

If I've a 5.1 audio system can I connect the coaxial digital output to my system and so see the video on philips and the sound on the audio system?

sorry for my poor english...

thanks a lot!

bye bye

ciki22
12-12-2010, 06:00 PM
Hi guys,

can you please tell me home theater HTS5520 supports Net Tv, and if not is there any possibility to upgrade it with some new version of firmware in near future.

Thanks

Philips
12-13-2010, 09:09 AM
Hi guys, can you please tell me home theater HTS5520 supports Net Tv, and if not is there any possibility to upgrade it with some new version of firmware in near future. Thanks

Dear ciki22,
Net TV is currently only available on the HTS9xxx series (mentioned at the beginning of this post).
It will NOT become available via a FW upgrade on other models.

kassyman2
12-28-2010, 04:30 PM
i have buying bdp5100/98,where can i get the nettv firmware?

Philips
12-28-2010, 05:47 PM
i have buying bdp5100/98,where can i get the nettv firmware?

Hi kassyman2, according the leaflet you need two things:
* Philips Wi-Fi USB adaptor WUB1110 required (sold separately) for wireless access. Note: Can also be wired via the built-in LAN connector.
** Net TV software available for download from www.philips.com/support.
I think that this particular Net TV SW is not available yet, but I will check this and reply asap. Did you buy the WiFi adapter?

Update 29-Dec-2010:
- The special Net TV SW for your Bluray player will be released in Januari 2011.
- The Philips Wi-Fi USB adaptor WUB1110 is only necessary for "wireless" access. You can also connect "wired" via the built-in LAN connector.

Update 20-Jan-2011:
The special Net TV SW for your Bluray player BDP5100 is ready. We are currently in the process of uploading it to our websites. It should be everywhere available in 1 - 2 days.

Release Note V1.53:
This software upgrade* enables you to enjoy Philips NetTV online services.
(*) For future software upgrades from v.1.53, please download the future software versions from www.philips.com/support site only & upgrade your player via USB.

kassyman2
01-05-2011, 05:28 AM
Hi kassyman2, according the leaflet you need two things:
* Philips Wi-Fi USB adaptor WUB1110 required (sold separately) for wireless access. Note: Can also be wired via the built-in LAN connector.
** Net TV software available for download from www.philips.com/support.
I think that this particular Net TV SW is not available yet, but I will check this and reply asap. Did you buy the WiFi adapter?

Update 29-Dec:
- The special Net TV SW for your Bluray player will be released in Januari 2011.
- The Philips Wi-Fi USB adaptor WUB1110 is only necessary for "wireless" access. You can also connect "wired" via the built-in LAN connector.

thanks for reply,i will check back the firmware in jan 2011

vick
02-08-2011, 11:29 AM
Hello,
I have updated a firmware with NetTv support (Jan 2011) for the BDP5100/51.
New NetTv menu item appears. But when I'm trying to connect to the NetTv, the player show the error message "Could not connect to the Philips server. Please try again later". And it happens allways. The Internet connection is available for the player (via LAN), I have checked it with BD Live.
So, the question is : Is NetTv server not available really, or the new firmware is broken and does not support this feature, but should, because it only one new feature for the new firmware?

Thanks.

Toengel
02-08-2011, 11:53 AM
Hi,

shutdown your player, disconnect your power cord for 2-3 minutes. Start again. Watch, if your router detects the BDP... (MAC, IP, etc.)

Toengel@Alex

vick
02-08-2011, 12:06 PM
Hi,

shutdown your player, disconnect your power cord for 2-3 minutes. Start again. Watch, if your router detects the BDP... (MAC, IP, etc.)

The router detects and shares the internet for the player without problems. I can see DNLA media services within network, and can use BD live. Only not available feature is NetTv: "Could Not connect to the Philips server". If the internet is not available for the player then it shows another message.

Toengel
02-08-2011, 12:53 PM
Hi,

you should contact your local Philips support and maybe Philips here in the forum can help you...

Toengel@Alex

tolgaakcan
02-15-2011, 12:26 PM
Would anybody please tell me the difference between 7605 and 7695. I was told that 7605 has Sharp screen 7695 has LG.
Is that correct? What difference does it make?
Thank you for your response in advance.

Philips
02-15-2011, 01:55 PM
Hello.

The most important difference between the 7605 and 7695 is the perfect natural motion for the 7695 and HD natural motion for the 7605.
The 7695 is only sold at Expert and has some differences in the model styling.
Both sets are produced with LG display panels.

tolgaakcan
02-15-2011, 02:14 PM
Thank you for your respond. I find it hard to understand HD Natural motion. There is only perfect natural motion video on the official web site. As far as I understand it is for reducing judder effect.
What does Hd Natural Motion do? Is it less important or less advanced?
Which TV models came out earlier? 7695 or 7605
I am sorry what is "Expert"
Thanks..

Sam-ourai
02-21-2011, 08:32 PM
Expert is a national chain stores in france like darty / fnac / gitem / boulanger / etc...

http://expert.fr/image-son/televiseur-ecran-plat-led-lcd-plasma-3d/tv-led-lcd/philips/42pfl7695h/386-20503-0-Z00067-0-0.html

Mike.mitchell
05-13-2011, 09:24 AM
Does the system Philips HTS 5560/12 contain the Net TV application? If originally not was it added with the latest firmware update?
Otherwise, it would be very sad if not so.
Thanks!D

Oscar
05-17-2011, 10:26 AM
Looking at the leaflets it doesnīt mention anything but reading the firmware upgrade file it does.....

Lets see what Philips has to say to this

Toengel
05-17-2011, 10:39 AM
Hi,

the manual also didn't say something about Net TV...

Toengel@Alex

Philips
05-18-2011, 08:22 AM
Hi Mike,

There is no Net TV for the HTS55xx-series (2k10 models).

Regards,

Mike.mitchell
05-18-2011, 08:46 AM
Thanks for the information! I appreciate your service.
Although, it would be great to get an firmware upgrade that realizes net tv and iphone remote control.

Regards

forfaitair
05-22-2011, 11:02 AM
How about the 2011 Blu-ray models? Which one of them do have Net TV?
And which models will have Smart TV?

Toengel
05-22-2011, 01:20 PM
Hi,

Smart TV enabled BDPs (supported by MyRemote App):
BDP5200
BDP6000
BDP7600
BDP8010

I also think that all of these have Net TV. You should look at the product spread sheets of the BDPs to be sure... or the manuals...

Toengel@Alex

JeanMiFox
07-23-2011, 06:00 PM
Hi,
could you let me know when the model 37PFL9606H/12 will be available in Belgium ?
Thanks!

Toengel
09-17-2011, 09:56 AM
Hi,

@Philips

Can you please extent the list (post 3) with D/10, H/10 and H/58?

Toengel@Alex

hristoslav2
10-29-2011, 10:32 AM
D - DVB-T (MPEG2) + analogue
H - DVB-T/C (MPEG-4.HD AVC)
C - DVB-T/C design tv /7605С/ http://www.philips.com/designyourtv
M - DVB-T/C/S/S2 (MPEG4) MHP(Multimedia Home Platform), MHEG (system used in Italy).
К - DVB-T/C/S/S2 (MPEG4) + support (Astra)
T - DVB-T/T2/C (MPEG4) - Freeview HD
S - DVB-T (MPEG2)
SB - DVB-T1 (MPEG4)
- - no letter indicates that the model has only an analog tuner





02 - Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Turkey.
05 - UK & Ireland
08 - Italy
10 - whole Europe
12 - continental Europe (excl. UK & IRL)
27 - U.S.A., Canada, Puerto Rico, U.S.Virgin Islands,
F7/F7e/F7b - U.S.A., Canada, Puerto Rico, U.S.Virgin Islands, Mexico
27/55/85 - Central Амеricа
27/55/77/78 - Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
30/93/98 - Southeast Аsia
37 - U.S.A., Canada
56/94 - Pakistan, India
58 - Eastern Europe
60 - Russia, Eastern Europe (former USSR countries).
77 - Argentina ,Paraguay, Uruguay
78 - Brasil
79 - China, Middle East, Thailand
93 - India ,Thailand ,Vietnam ,Korea, China
98 - India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Tajwan, Philippines, Middle East, Africa
97 - Аustralia , New Zeeland
00 - ? Universal

Т3 - China
http://www.philips.com.cn/c/televisions-1000-series/38996/cat/#filterState0=5000_SERIES_FLAT_TV_SE_CN_CONSUMER%3 Dtrue%2C3000_SERIES_FLAT_TV_SE_CN_CONSUMER%3Dtrue

DerShortyy
10-29-2011, 10:42 AM
[QUOTE=hristoslav2;15273]
http://www.philips.com/designyourtv


The TV-Designer isnīt available anymore (only germany?)... very sad

fabrigol
11-21-2011, 02:50 PM
Hi dear Philips Mod, I wanted to know if the model 40PFL8605H/12 (Wi-Fi) indicates that the module wifi is already integrated into the tv and therefore does not need additional accessory PTA01 (key USB wifi) for the italian market, then the words (Wi-Fi via PTA01) on the contrary indicates that you must buy the additional accessory to have wifi connection, you are sure of this? Thank you for the kind and friendly reply
best regards
Fabio

feketeg
11-24-2011, 05:20 PM
Hi! Please write me which panel is used in 42PFL7656H/12 (who's the panel manufacturer?)!
Many thanks!

Philips
11-28-2011, 02:35 PM
Hello.

The 40PFL8605H/12 does NOT have WiFi integrated in the set, you need the PTA01 additionally.

With kind regards,

fmd1074
11-29-2011, 01:01 AM
I have the 46PFL5705D/F7 model. I did not see it on the list of NetTV. I was wondering how to upgrade the NetTV interface.

dk8pn
11-29-2011, 08:51 PM
The 40PFL9715K/02 is missing within the list, reason ?

Could this have something to do with the fact that 3 independent 9715 which i know (including mine) can't longer access Net TV since more than a week ?

Thomas Kaul
01-26-2012, 08:51 AM
Hello,

my equipment: 40PFL8606K and HTS9540/12. Yesterday I inserted two 8GB SDHC (class 6) in each of both devices to try Video on demand on both devices.

For 40PFL8606K the SDHC was formatted correctly and I can use the app for Maxdome Videostore in Germany.

For HTS9540/12 the SDHC formatting came not fully to end, looked like the system hang-up (the bar stopped little below 100% formatting progress), so I did restart it.
What strikes me is that in NetTV for the HTS I do not have the Maxdome app available, not sure if this has to do with it.

Hence my questions:

1) Is it dependent from device which NetTV apps are available? More precise: can I use Maxdome on HTS9540
2) How can I verify if my SDHC card in my HTS9540 is formatted correctly?

Any feedback highly appreciated,

Kind rgds
Thomas

Toengel
01-26-2012, 11:46 AM
Hi,

as stated here (http://www.supportforum.philips.com/en/showthread.php?4266-New-on-Net-TV-MAXDOME) the Maxdome app is currently only available for 2011 TVs. Not all apps are availalbe on all NetTV devices. For example, 2010 models do not have DRM features, so Maxdome will not be made availalbe for these TVs.

For the formatting - try to format the SD on your PC (completely - not quick format) and insert it in the HTS again (to format it again on the HTS). Be sure you have the latest firmware on the HTS.

Toengel@Alex

Thomas Kaul
01-26-2012, 04:11 PM
thx for speedy & competent response!

Manuel
01-27-2012, 10:44 AM
I think, LG display serial number dependent LC420EUF-SDFx


Hi! Please write me which panel is used in 42PFL7656H/12 (who's the panel manufacturer?)!
Many thanks!

oscarbcncat
01-29-2012, 10:15 PM
I'm about to purchase a 46PFL9706 in Spain. All the models offered here are H/10, as supposed. But today I have found that amazon.es is selling M/08 (supposed to be for italian market). From all that I've read about the differences between both models I understand that M/08 is more complete that H/10 because it adds DVB-S/S2 (MPEG4), MHP(Multimedia Home Platform) and MHEG (system used in Italy).

Am I wrong? Will the M/08 model work in Spain?

PS: And it's also the best price I've found!!

tormenta161
02-06-2012, 10:07 AM
I do not see the BDP5180/12 in the list.
Is it a real model or the name givven to a subset sold in Medaimarkt?:confused:

ronny forgeron
03-18-2012, 04:10 PM
There is something here I don't understand. Some bluray models are "nettv ready"" What does this mean? Like the BDP3100 or BDP5100, I mailed to Philips support I considered buying a BDP 3100 after I had bought a BDP 3250/12 and found out it did not support Nettv (only the 3250/05 it says here) and got for answer that nettv was not in the specifications and they did not know?! I should mail to the Nettv support. I did but never got an answer.
So what does Nettv ready mean? if I buy a BDP 3100 will it support nettv or do i have to wait for an update? There never will be an update for my current BDP3250/12 I got for an answer already.

kdphilips
04-22-2012, 06:30 AM
Hi Philips Moderator
Can you please provide me with the most compatible model of Philips 55 PLF 7606 for me living in Australia i.e T/12 or K/02?
I believe they would all work well with a set top box or cable TV (like Sky but here its called Foxtel) but I would like one that is compatible with free to air Australian digital TV without the set top box or cable TV.I believe one suitable for the German market would be the best but not 100% sure (thus K/02) but buying from the UK would be much easier for me.( T/02).
I bought a 52PFL8605/98 from Singapore - works great with Foxtel but the 7606 not sold there.
Thank you
Kevin

prino
05-23-2012, 11:58 AM
Our old TV (also a Philips, but a CRT one) died last night. It was a UK model, and worked without problems here in Belgium.

I am seriously considering the 9000 series, but there is potentially one big snag, as I'm not sure how long we will continue to live in Belgium (if I had any choice, we'd be out yesterday) and there are several possibilities, I'm in discussion about freelance jobs in Germany and France and a permanent job in Prague, and there is the realistic prospect that we will move to Lithuania after I retire.

Basically, I want a TV that will work in all of these places, and gives me all of the options that the various models sold locally offer me.

Being Dutch I've been using Philips equipment for as long as I can remember, and despite one less enjoyable moment (an FT 880 tuner was written of by Philips, but repaired for the equivalent of eur 27 in Vilnius), I would like to stick with you, but to do so I really need very clear information about how usable a TV bought here in Belgium (or the Netherlands, or amazon.co.uk, or Germany) would perform in other countries in the EU.

Thanks,

Robert

DerShortyy
05-23-2012, 12:09 PM
Our old TV (also a Philips, but a CRT one) died last night. It was a UK model, and worked without problems here in Belgium.

I am seriously considering the 9000 series, but there is potentially one big snag, as I'm not sure how long we will continue to live in Belgium (if I had any choice, we'd be out yesterday) and there are several possibilities, I'm in discussion about freelance jobs in Germany and France and a permanent job in Prague, and there is the realistic prospect that we will move to Lithuania after I retire.

Basically, I want a TV that will work in all of these places, and gives me all of the options that the various models sold locally offer me.

Being Dutch I've been using Philips equipment for as long as I can remember, and despite one less enjoyable moment (an FT 880 tuner was written of by Philips, but repaired for the equivalent of eur 27 in Vilnius), I would like to stick with you, but to do so I really need very clear information about how usable a TV bought here in Belgium (or the Netherlands, or amazon.co.uk, or Germany) would perform in other countries in the EU.

Thanks,

Robert

Hi Robert,
please read this Post: http://www.supportforum.philips.com/en/showthread.php?593-Net-TV-models&p=932&viewfull=1#post932

in my opinion you canīt do nothing wrong with a k/02 Modell because you will have integrated all Receivers you might need in the future for the countries youīve mentioned...

Best regards

ronny forgeron
06-13-2012, 10:31 AM
There is something here I don't understand. Some bluray models are "nettv ready"" What does this mean? Like the BDP3100 or BDP5100, I mailed to Philips support I considered buying a BDP 3100 after I had bought a BDP 3250/12 and found out it did not support Nettv (only the 3250/05 it says here) and got for answer that nettv was not in the specifications and they did not know?! I should mail to the Nettv support. I did but never got an answer.
So what does Nettv ready mean? if I buy a BDP 3100 will it support nettv or do i have to wait for an update? There never will be an update for my current BDP3250/12 I got for an answer already.

too much trouble to answer my question?

Toengel
06-13-2012, 10:34 AM
Hi,

NetTV ready should mean, that you need to buy the Philips WLAN stick additionally. However, the

- 3100 = 2009 model
- 3250 = 2011 model

You should take a look at the 3300 (or 3380 with 3D support). Both are 2012 models. See: http://www.supportforum.philips.com/en/showthread.php?3061-How-to-find-out-which-Blu-ray-player-is-from-which-year&p=16110&viewfull=1#post16110

Toengel@Alex

Philips - Mark
06-13-2012, 11:38 AM
Listed below are the BluRay Disk Players (BDPxxxx) and Home Theatre Systems (HTSxxxx) that support the full Net TV portal.

Regretfully, the first generation of these devices, (2010) are not capable to handle some of the newests video apps / video stores.

All listed devices benefit from a continuously growing amount of available Apps. Philips releases new Apps almost every week. :)

You are free to select, install and use Apps from various countries. :) Some Apps only work in the country for which they are released, simply because the App provider has no license to make the content available abroad.


2010:
BDP5180,BDP7500S2,BDP7500B2,HTS9520,HTS9140,HTS714 0,BDP8000,BDP9600,HTS9540

2011:
BDP5200,BDP5200K,BDP5200X,BDP5300K,BDP6000,BDP7600 ,DBD8010,HTS3261,HTS3271,HTS4282,HTS4561,HTS4562,H TS5561,HTS5562,HTS5581,HTS5582,HTS5591,HTS5592,HTS 7201,HTS7202,HTS7212,HTS7562,HTS7592,HTS8562,HTS92 21,HTS9241

2012:
HS3563,HTS3583,HTS3593,HTS5563,HTS5583,HTS5593,HTS 6583,HTS6593, BDP5500,BDP7700,BDP8100,BDP9700,HTB7530D,HTB7530KD ,HTB7560D,HTB7560KD,HTB7590D,HTB7590K,HTB7150,HTB9 150

Other Philips BluRay Disk Players and Home Theatre Systems have internet functionality, supporting BD-life, DLNA, and individual Apps like YouTube. These device do not support the full Net TV portal.

Refer to the leaflet provided on WWW.P4C.Philips.com per device to check out the functionality per device.

Additionally, Philips launched the first Home Media Player HMP7001 supporting the Net TV portal.

With above mentioned devices you can add access to many Apps to any brand of TV (Even if it still is an old TV with a picture tube, the devices also support composite video out.
Take care, for video store usage the TV needs to have a HDMI connector, movies are only shown over (encrypted) HDMI.

suntattood
06-14-2012, 04:54 AM
I though no one will sort it out. Thanks for that. http://imagicon.info/cat/12-19/vbulletin-cool.gif

Tom1904
08-08-2012, 08:39 AM
Hello,
hope someone can help me... I recently bought a Philips 42PFL3507 107cm 100Hz LED TV.
Now I had to buy a WIFI USB ADAPTER... so I bought a PTA01 ( philips WIFI wireless adapter) ...

I have problems now to connect to my network... is there a problem due to compability between this 2 products ? or am I just not handy enough ?

a lot of thanks to the one who can make me enjoy my smart tv...
Tom1904

hristoslav2
08-08-2012, 03:23 PM
http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?scy=RU&slg=ENG&sct=CABINETS_STANDS_SU1&cat=TV_ACCESSORIES_CA&grp=SOUND_AND_VISION_GR&ctn=PTA01/00&mid=Link_FAQs&session=20100515091645_87.126.215.245&hlt=Link_FAQs

Wireless USB Adapter PTA01
USB\VID_0471&PID_209E&REV_0108
USB\VID_0471&PID_209E

http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/p/pta01_00/pta01_00_pss_aen.pdf

Wi-Fi Media Connect
http://www.wifimediaconnect.philips.com/


http://translate.google.bg/translate?sl=bg&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=bg&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fforum.setcombg.com%2Findex.php%2Fto pic%2C46043.0.html

Peauty
08-15-2012, 02:07 PM
Hi

I just bought the 42PFL3507 most because of the SMART TV/NET TV features but there is any SMART TV features on my tv, while I'm indeed connected on Internet through a Dongle and that I even used Youtube on the TV (even BOXEE Iomega that I have).

Did this new TV I've bought has a problem and the SMART TV features are missing into it? Is this a Philips technical problem while manufacturing this one I've bought?

What's happening there?
Thanks for helping me.

Best

Toengel
08-15-2012, 02:10 PM
Hi,

your TV does not have NetTV - only the YouTube Leanback is available.

Toengel@Alex

Peauty
08-15-2012, 02:30 PM
Thanks for replying

But why PHILIPS WEBSITES says there is SMART TV, even on this page http://www.philips.fr/c/televiseurs/16165/cat/?origin=|mckv|sLSVPtA6X&pcrid=11822576303|plid|#!/range ?

I buy it for that. It's a commercial lie then.
Can you explain me that ?

Best

Tom1904
08-22-2012, 09:51 AM
Thanks for replying

But why PHILIPS WEBSITES says there is SMART TV, even on this page http://www.philips.fr/c/televiseurs/16165/cat/?origin=|mckv|sLSVPtA6X&pcrid=11822576303|plid|#!/range ?

I buy it for that. It's a commercial lie then.
Can you explain me that ?

Best

Same problem here... very disappointed !

Pinky44
11-14-2012, 05:29 PM
I have enabled 'JointSpace' on my 40PFL 9705 using the code 5646877223 from the Philips Remote and it did indeed announce that JointSpace was enabled. This was to allow an Android Remote control App to control the TV. (Philips TV Remote 2k11). Actually it didn't work and since then I'm no longer able to update the TV's firmware by either 'over my network', (it says 'Philips server not found'), or by USB stick, the TV announces 'No readable files found'. I spent 45 minutes speaking to tech help who even tried to 'Push' the latest firmware but that failed too.

Do any of you clever people have a code to disable 'JointSpace' and return my TV to normal so I can update to the latest firmware as I'm falling behind.

Thanks in advance,
Pinky.

Toengel
11-15-2012, 07:38 AM
Hi,

deactivaion code is the same as activation - just enter the numbers again...

But I think this is not the origin of your problems...

Toengel@Alex

Pinky44
11-15-2012, 11:36 AM
Hi,

deactivaion code is the same as activation - just enter the numbers again...

But I think this is not the origin of your problems...

Toengel@Alex


Hi Toengel,
Thank you for your quick reply and I've de-activated 'Joint Space' for now.

You're quite right of course, Joint Space isn't the problem.

I've been particularly unlucky with my 9705. Periodically the sound would drop out. A firmware upgrade seemed to fix this problem but a couple of months later it started doing a re-boot cycle about every 6 minutes. My dealer swapped it out with a brand new 'out of the box' set. Then it was back to the sound drop out when connected to my Humax Foxsat HDR via HDMI. I connected the Foxsat via Scart (rather unsatisfactory) and the problem went away. There was another firmware update but the TV said I had the latest firmware. Trying to keep this short, a call to Philips customer support resulted in them sending me the latest firmware on a USB stick (F.O.C.). Further investigation by me showed there was a misprint in the downloadable file name giving it an earlier incept date than my installed firmware. The USB stick from Philips solved the problem.

Currently I'm on firmware Q553 0.140.39.0 and the latest firmware is Q553 0.140.48.0. I've downloaded the update and put it on a USB stick but the TV announces 'No readable files'. I added some JPG's and MP3's to the stick and they were read with no problem but the update sequence didn't start. I've tried a total of 5 USB sticks (including the Philip's one) and all with the same result - no go. (autorun.upg is in the root).

As for trying to upgrade via the Internet I get 'Philips server not found, try again later'.

The TV is definitely on my network as I can stream audio and video from my laptop. MAC scanning s/w identifies it at it's correct (static) IP address.

Interestingly enough I was sorting out a friends laptop yesterday and after about 15 minutes it announced 'Philips TV found'. Even more proof it's on my network.

Any thought as to why it can't find the Philips server?

Pinky.

flores
11-23-2012, 09:19 AM
Why is my 40 PFL 5806K/02 not in this list?

bogdantom
12-26-2012, 03:32 PM
Hello Philips moderator,

I want to buy a Philips 46PFL5007K/12. My question is if this TV supports the ARC option. On some sites that sell this product is stated that it does while on others don't.
Thanks

Toengel
12-26-2012, 03:33 PM
Hi,

just download the Product Spread Sheet on the TV webpage. And yes, one HDMI-Port has ARC.

Toengel@Alex

bogdantom
12-26-2012, 04:12 PM
Hi,

just download the Product Spread Sheet on the TV webpage. And yes, one HDMI-Port has ARC.

Toengel@Alex

thanks

jochay
01-07-2013, 06:19 PM
Hello,

I can't find the Napster app on my Net TV. I understand from the list that Napster is not available on the 40PFL8606K/02. Why is that? Will that change anytime soon?

I think about buying a HTB9550D/12. Would I be able to use the Napster app through this Home Entertainment System?

Thanks for a quick reply!

serx
01-20-2013, 07:25 PM
Hello,

a little question. My TV 37PFL8605H/12, doesn't play AC3 sound format. Will be a software release that would solve this situation, or it isn't possible because the TV hasn't the Hardware for it?

Thanks!

Sergi

Toengel
01-21-2013, 08:05 AM
Hi,

from which source are you trying to play AC3?

Toengel@Alex

serx
01-21-2013, 08:14 AM
Hi,

from which source are you trying to play AC3?

Toengel@Alex


hi,

from a pendrive. Usually they're files with sound codified with AC3 ...

Thanks!

ErikHansson
02-03-2013, 05:00 PM
Hi!
Is it possible to enable jointspace on 3807 model tv, at all, or is it hardware limited?
Im looking for a way to control it with my home automation system, and i dont want to use IR.

Mariop
03-18-2013, 04:52 PM
Have a 46PFL9706K/02 for more than 1 year now, it is connected to a DVB-C network. I always have installed s/w upgrades as soon as they become available / released.
From the beginning this "High-End" TV reboots itself at random moments, sometimes it works just fine for days and sometimes it restarts itself 2x in one evening. What you see then is that the screen turns competely black & no audio/sound and after a few seconds the video returns, unfortunately all PVR/USB-HDD recordings are lost (we use this function to pause program).
NetTV is horribly slow just like the Internet EPG which of does not even work. My home network is NOT the problem since other devices are working fine.
It seems as if Philips has stopped s/w bug fixing or providing new s/w releases for this model
I'm not happy!

Vareiro
05-09-2013, 04:24 PM
Hi,

I think all 2012 NetTV models are missing on the list. For instance, among others, I cannot see the EISA awarded 46PFL9707S. Can you update the list accordingly?

Thanks,

Vareiro

ErikRijssen
06-25-2013, 09:49 PM
Can someone please explain to me the difference between a philips 46PLF7007 and 46PLF7007H? At the store is the 7007 version € 200.00 more expensive than the 7007H version.

I am also curious about your opinion on this television

Toengel
06-26-2013, 07:38 AM
Hi,

there dos not exists a 46PFL7007. Only the following models exist:
- 46PFL7007K/12 (in Europe)
- 46PFL7007H/12 (in Europe)
The difference between K and H are the integrated TV tuners (see leaflet).

Toengel@Alex

Dainis
08-23-2013, 05:18 PM
Hello, I have a question. Witch model is better 2012 year 40PFL8007K/12 or 2013 year 42PFL7008K??? mostly in picture quality for me important! Both in Europe market. Thanks

chauchse
11-17-2013, 07:01 PM
Hello, I have a question. What is the difference between this 2 following models : 42PFL6188K/12 42PFL6158K/12 ?
I didn't find the answer on the web

Thx

Toengel
11-18-2013, 08:15 AM
Hi,

for differences see: http://58pfl9955.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/philips-2013-alle-informationen-zur-6008er-tv-serie/

Toengel@Alex

Philips - Thomas
11-18-2013, 08:18 AM
Hey chauchse,

the 6188 does have 2 more goggles in the Package (so 6 instead of 4)

best Regards
Thomas

djdave
01-02-2014, 10:10 PM
Hi,
i'm interested in the PFL6xx8 models, especially 42PFL6198 and 47PFL6198. In my understanding, these are still 2013 models, but currently now in GErmany and Belgium shown in several shops with big discounts.
Meaning this model is phased out?
thx

Toengel
01-03-2014, 07:42 AM
Hi,

each year new TVs will be released...

Toengel@Alex

dk8pn
01-03-2014, 06:35 PM
Hi,
i'm interested in the PFL6xx8 models, especially 42PFL6198 and 47PFL6198. In my understanding, these are still 2013 models, but currently now in GErmany and Belgium shown in several shops with big discounts.
Meaning this model is phased out?
thx

Hi,
don't wonder about discounts. This is the only way to stay within some business. Philips is actually not doing very much to satisfy the customers. Latest software TPM1013E_003.001.000.001 is an impressive demonstration how customers are continuously frustrated. And the most remarkable thing is that they don't learn any lessons.

Best regards,

Willi

AdySopan
05-26-2014, 03:43 PM
Hi Philips,

Few month ago i did bought Philips TV 39PFL4208S/98 Smart TV.
However I felt disappointed with your device which could't support MKV file c/w DTS sound format.
Please advise on how I could resolve this matter.
I try to become Philips product supporter and please do not made me regret.

Thanks,
ady