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    Buy new TV, need some advice

    Hello I plan to buy a new TV now, looking at 55tommer.I've seen some of the Philips 55 "3D LED Smart TV 55PFL6158Sand replace the Philips 55 "3D LED Smart TV 55PFL7007T.Is there much difference between 6 series and 7 series in picture quality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriis View Post
    Hello I plan to buy a new TV now, looking at 55tommer.I've seen some of the Philips 55 "3D LED Smart TV 55PFL6158Sand replace the Philips 55 "3D LED Smart TV 55PFL7007T.Is there much difference between 6 series and 7 series in picture quality?

    Hi Chriis,

    Both those TV have a Dynamic Screen Contrast of 500,000:1 and a resolution of 1920x1080p, so in those specs they are similar.

    The 7007T however has an 800 Hz Perfect Motion Rate and 450 cd/m² brightness, where the 6158S has 700 Hz Perfect Motion Rate and 400 cd/m² brightness.

    As for whether this will affect your viewing pleasure is probably best decided by experiencing the 6158s at a local dealer.

    Best regards,
    Ina


    If any other users have some experiences they would like to share with Chriis about the 6158S, I'm sure he would appreciate it very much.

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    7000 or 8000 series are truly stunning televisions - Philips Pixel Perfect HD engine is amazing, better than X Reality Pro, seriously! I cannot believe how good the picture is, feels just like watching a CRT in HD!!!

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    Recommend to take a look at LG or Samsung .. less problems .. a bit more costumer care ...

    Ok the picture is slightly better on Philips TV .. but with so much problems with the rest of the TV it's a failure to sell them at all ... PHilips does put more into making new and bigger TV with more software errors .. then fixing the ones that the people have reported over and over and over...

    This atleast on the scandinavian/Europe marked... I don't know about the US or Asia marked tho...

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