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When it comes to bang for buck, this Philips is right on target. We love the provision of Ambilight, while 4K images are sharper than a box of tacks. But take claims of HDR support with a pinch of salt. The budget 4K TV aisles are getting crowded. As buyers gravitate to smaller screens, prices are plunging, even as feature specifications get more generous. Philips is a prime agitator. In addition to UHD resolution and HDR support, it offers Ambilight, the LED mood lighting system which can now integrate with a larger Hue lighting scheme.
Read more: Philips TV. The inch 43PUS reviewed here is the smallest in Philips series line-up. Screen sizes available: inch, inch, inch, inch Tuner: Freeview Play, generic satellite HD 4K: Yes HDR: Yes Panel technology: LED LCD Smart TV: Yes, Philips Smart Curved: No Dimensions: Cosmetically, this 6 Series TV looks substantial enough.
Closer inspection though reveals that bezel and stand are lightweight grey plastic. Connectivity is good. All three HDMI inputs are 4K HDCP 2. Ethernet and Wi-Fi are standard. The TV offers a choice of satellite and terrestrial tuners, the latter Freeview Play. A quad core processor keeps navigation snappy.
The menus are standard Philips fare, and as such are reasonably intuitive. A convenient Home button pulls up a vertical list for channels, Freeview Play guide, sources and settings. Design TL;DR: The thin bezel and lightweight stand look smart enough, but build quality is plasticky. Freeview Play puts all the UK's main Catch Up TV services BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 within easy reach, via a 7-day TV guide, as well as UKTV Play and BBC News and Sport apps.
A generic smart hub then offers Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Video and Vimeo, amongst others. Netflix streams in 4K HDR, while Amazon is 4K. Full HD imagery looks crisp and thanks to the pixel density of the 4K panel has a photographic sheen which delights. This set looks sharp with Freeview HD and looks excellent with regular Blu-ray.
Which presents us with an early caveat. A consequence of running HDR10 content into such a screen is that the set actually pulls down the average picture level, presumably as it attempts to tone map. This can make some HDR content look surprisingly dark. Consequently, this set actually looks consistently better with SDR content.
All things considered, UHD image clarity is extremely good. The set zings with 4K from Sky Q. There are also predictable issues with black level. Colours are lush. Modes include Personal, Vivid, Natural, Standard, Movie and Game; these become HDR Personal, HDR Vivid, HDR Natural, HDR Movie and HDR Game when triggered.
There are deeper adjustments to be had, including contrast, sharpness, brightness and motion. Motion handling is a bit arbitrary. Somewhat surprisingly, we encountered more overt artefacts using Standard and Smooth image processing from the Motion Style menu, than the Sports option. When watching films, the 'Off' or 'Movies' settings are the most cinematic.
The screen itself is a tad reflective, so take care with placement. This can work against contrast and clarity in a brightly light room. Ultimately, your ears will benefit most from the addition of an external sound system, be it soundbar, two channel stereo system or soundbase. Sound Quality TL;DR: As befits a bargain TV, the screen makes a functional noise. Hisense touts the inch N range at a similar price point. Elsewhere, British TV manufacture Cello has its new 4K Platinum models.
They lack HDR though. Finally, Samsung's inch MU suffers from similar peak brightness issues to the Philips, but its VA LCD panel offers some sumptuous colors, and its operating system is fast and responsive. When it comes to value for money, the 43PUS deserves all the gongs. Its connected services are right on point, and the beauty of two-sided Ambilight will be a deal clincher for many. TechRadar The source for Tech Buying Advice. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer.
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