Philips BDT4225EM Reviews
Product Type: Philips 3D LCD TV
Description:Model ID BDT4225EM/32 / Philips BDT4225EM - 42" LCD flat panel display with touch-screen - widescreen - 1080p (FullHD) - black / Deliver vital information or marketing messages to your audience in startling clarity. And thanks to the interactive touch screen, you can also engage ... more
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by GhostUK - written on 26/03/07 (Useful, 204 readings)
The Philips 42PF9831 is one of the best Large screen LCD televisions available at this moment in time. Apart from being able to show off the superb full Ambilight Technology, it also benefits from the excellent philips technology Pixel Plus 3. This HD Ready TV is capable of displaying upto 720p resolution, and has a contrast ratio of 4500:1. The contrast ratio on any TV is the difference between light and dark colours. So for example any picture that is supposed to be black will be black, on tvs with a low contrast ratio will look more of a grey colour. This TV also boasts Twin HDMI connectivity, 2 scart sockets, audio outputs and component inputs. The Philips ...
Philips 42PF3331VERY VERY VERY BAD QUALITY (81 words)
by trueblu - written on 07/12/07
This is the worst TV on the planet, I have it 12 months and I hate it. It has been back to the factory because of software and speaker buzzing constantly. Does not support the 1080p format so you wont get full HD from your playstation 3 or blu-ray player. Because the picture is interlaced and not progressive the pixelation on the screen is ...
Philips 42PF9731DPhilips 42PF9731D HOME ENTERTAINMENT AT IT'S BEST (112 words)
by norwichstud - written on 19/02/07 (Somewhat useful, 396 readings)
from Bennetts Electrical in late january, looks very good, very impressive. The setup is very simpe. Takes a bit of getting used to the size(the speakers put an extra 5 or 6 inches on the total width or the unit) the features are good and the Pixel Plus facility does make a difference!! I did have a problem of 2 pixels went ...