Philips 46PFL9707 specs

John Archer

By John Archer

Reviewed:

Key Features

  • 46in LCD TV with direct LED lighting
  • Moth Eye filter
  • Ambilight
  • Active 3D playback
  • smart TV functionality
  • Manufacturer: Philips
  • Review Price: £2,300.00
specs
Quick Glance
Size 46
Display Type LED
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio 150,000,000:1
Refresh Rate 1200
Freeview HD Yes
Features
Size 46
Display Type LED
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080
Full HD 1080p Yes
Digital Tuner Yes
Freeview HD Yes
3D Ready Yes
Contrast Ratio 150,000,000:1
Refresh Rate 1200
Physical Specifications
Height 599
Width 1042
Depth 31
Weight 14600
Connectivity
HDMI 5
Component 1
Composite 1
Scart 1 (via supplied adaptor)
Digital Audio Out 1 (optical)
Headphone Yes
Ethernet Yes
WiFi Yes (built-in)

nanite2000

September 6, 2012, 2:29 am

Is this a review? What the final score?

Martin Daler

September 7, 2012, 2:13 am

no, it's a preview - see tab above the top picture. I think even TR would admit the site has a few 'issues'.

Stevin

September 11, 2012, 10:11 pm

I am glad it is an "incremental improvement", new technology usually takes a few versions before they get it right. I am looking forward to a full review.

Beaky69

November 5, 2012, 5:38 pm

How does the 2D picture quality of this TV compare with the pre-production OLED TVs from LG & Samsung? I'm just curious to know how the best of current technology compares to the early samples of next gen technology?

Scott 2

November 5, 2012, 8:28 pm

Hmm, the more I see the prices of the top-end tellys the more I'm inclined to go with a projector for my next purchase. I have the version of this TV from a couple of generations ago (9702 I think) and it is indeed excellent, but my understanding is that £5k will get you a fab projector these days (okay, probably another couple of grand for a screen too). I think that would produce a massive and lovely picture? Given that like a good many people I suppose, I don't use the TV's internal speakers at all, don't use it for online services (interesting to see they're still cack even on this year's model) and couldn't give a hoot about 3D, I can't see how I'd ever justify upgrading from my current telly to another telly. Unless OLED somehow gets big, great and cheap very soon.

janz

November 21, 2013, 12:21 am

This TV has dirty screen effects: permanent dark shadows on the screen. Philips cannot solve this problem, even after 30 calls, visits and mails. And a new TV. Horrible.

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