Philips 65PFL9708S specs

John Archer

By John Archer


Key Features

  • 65-inch LCD TV with edge LED lighting
  • UHD/4K Native resolution
  • Passive 3D playback
  • Smart TV with video services and DLNA USB/network playback
  • Ambilight
  • Manufacturer: Philips
  • Review Price: £4,500.00
Quick Glance
Size 65
Display Type LED
Refresh Rate 900
Freeview HD Yes
Size 65
Display Type LED
Full HD 1080p Yes - actually 4K
Digital Tuner Yes
Freeview HD Yes
Freesat HD No
3D Ready Yes
Refresh Rate 900
Physical Specifications
Height 855
Width 1467
Depth 45.5
Weight 37500
Component 1
Composite 1
Scart 1 (RGB)
Digital Audio Out 1 (optical)
Headphone 1
Ethernet Yes
WiFi Yes (built in)


November 11, 2013, 4:24 pm

Just an intermediate technology which is lacking international support. Only Japan has announced 4k broadcasting, whereas other countries have decided to go directly with 8k when the technology is available. Youtube and BluRay should support this. You will probably need a new computer though.

It is most likely that 8k should be the last resolution change for TV broadcasting. 1080p is sufficient in my opinion, but 8k is future proof.


November 11, 2013, 8:03 pm

where can I fiind info that 8k broadcasting is decided to be a thing?
Also are there really common with 1080p? I thought 720p/1080i was the norm but maybe that is old I have not been informed in this area for a long time.


November 12, 2013, 8:38 am

Nothing about what you have said is remotely accurate. Try again.

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April 23, 2014, 5:36 pm

Just one actually functioning 4K HDMI?

And that one doesn't even do 60Hz?

And the same pathetic specs on the new 2014-models?

F losers!


August 12, 2014, 6:31 am

Anyone noticed irritations in 3D mode during movement in the content?

It seems the two side images are not displayed synchronously, so that there is a "false 3D" effect visible that interferes with the intended depth.

This is even visible in the TV setup menu: while in 3D mode set it to any language where the button text is too large for the buttons, which makes the text 'crawl' sideways.
Now you can clearly see that the moving text jumps out of the 2D layer ...

Also watch out for 2D moving pictures in 3D movies, like TV screens that are part of the setting. If there is lateral movement on these screens, it's clearly unintended 3D.
If you pause and watch the still, everything is fine.

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