Philips 50PF9966 Reviews
Product Type: Philips 3D Plasma
Description:Model ID 50PF9966/12 / Philips 50PF9966 - 50" MatchLine plasma TV - widescreen - 720p - HDTV monitor - pearl white silver / The ultimate viewing experience of Ambilight and Pixel Plus 2 pushes picture quality to new levels. The unprecedented viewing comfort of Ambilight and Plasma ... more
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Philips 50PFP5532Dcant fault this telly (247 words)
by tefphillips - written on 15/07/10 (Useful, 65 readings)
had this tv now about 9 months i didn`t want a 50 in but cos the price was so reasonable i got it i have cable hd cannected and it is amazing the pic quality is so fab, i have had no problems regarding screen burning like some of the plasma tv`s i`ve seen, i love the black matt surround not a fan of high gloss i like the concealed buttons down the side out of sight, i don`t have it on the stand it come with i have it on a tv cabinet with a built in post which goes up the back, this tv is very heavy so if buying make sure its in a place where it does n`t need to be moved that often (ie so u can get round the back for cleaning ect) its a very substantial piece the remote is ...
Philips 50PFP5532DPhilips 50PFP5532D (1329 words)
by popalong - written on 23/12/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
start guide,User Manual,Registration card,Warranty certificate,Remote Control,Batteries for remote control SETUP This television is very heavy compared to an LCD. It took two men to bring it in, and at 50 inches it isn t small. However, I did manage to remove it from the box, build up the stand, connect the stand to the television, and eventually lift it onto a television stand all by myself. It took about 45 minutes. I wouldn t recommend this, though. The box recommends at least 2 people and I agree. I just couldn t wait to get it up and running! It is quite thin, though, so it doesn t take up a lot of space at the back of the unit. After I had all that done it was ...
Philips 50PF7521DNice Picture, Broke Alot (495 words)
by Budster2005 - written on 29/01/10, updated on 30/01/10 (Very useful, 186 readings)
yourself, unless you want to risk damaging your tv or yourself you must get someone to help you. That was no problem, we got all the usual cables plugged in and set up and powered on the tv, it was a great picture, but it would be as we previously had a 28" CRT and we were loving every minute of it, until about the 20th minute when the turn just turned off. We had turned on our xbox 360 and wanted to see how amazing it would look, it did look amazing but after 20 minutes it just turned itself off, we knew it wasn t the xbox because that was still running, we tried unplugging the plug and putting it back in but nothing the tv didnt want to know. We then phoned ...