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  1. Philips 32PF9967D review

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    Presumably having noticed the rather huge price gulf between its flagship PF9830 LCD TVs and the sets lower down in its flat TV range, Philips has come up with a classic middle man in the 32PF9967D

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    Philips 42PF9967D review

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    With Philips' extensive range of large LCD televisions, it's all too easy to forget that the Dutch company also boasts a nifty line in plasma screens, and has done so for a long time. The 42PF9967D is its range-topping 42in plasma...

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    Philips 32PF9830 review

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    We recently looked at the 37PF9830: the first TV to use Philips' new Pixel Plus 2 HD processing system. The only problem was that at £3k, it was an example of advanced TV technology most people probably couldn't afford

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    Philips 50PF7320 review

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    Even though this Philips offering is cheap, it still boasts Philips' much-vaunted Pixel Plus processing.There's something slightly retro about the 50PF7320's appearance, and its success is down to individual taste

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    Philips 37PF9830 review

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    Philips is claiming it can work magic on high-definition sources with its new Pixel Plus 2 HD processing. So will the 37in 37PF9830, the first of Philips' new flagship Pixel Plus 2 HD TVs, deliver 'higher-definition HD'? Time to investigate...

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    Philips 32PF9830 review

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    The last few flat TVs we've seen from Philips have been very well priced, but performance seems to have suffered as a result. The 32PF9830, however, looks like it could mark a return to the brand's high-spec brilliance of the past

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    Philips 32PW6520/05 review

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    It's been a while since we last looked at a CRT TV. But with this Philips set delivering a whopping 32in of picture for just £450, there are plenty of people that are very glad to see it.Aside from its sheer bulk,this is a fairly attractive piece of kit.

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    Philips 32PF7520D/10 review

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    Until we can get our hands on Philips' eagerly awaited flagship 9380 flat TV range, the new 32PF7520D represents the pinnacle of the company's current LCD TV line. And it's easy to see why it commands a premium

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    Philips 20PF5320D review

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    Common wisdom dictates that the bigger your TV screen,the more you're likely to appreciate the benefits of high-definition pictures. For this reason companies don't really make HD Ready screens smaller than 26in

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    Philips 32PF9830 review

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    This flagship flatscreen's claim to fame is the inclusion of Pixel Plus II HD, the picture processing mode suited to the demands of high-definition material, plus the superb Ambilight system. Let's see how this super-stylish set fares

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    Philips 32PF7520D review

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    Where there's a scrap for wellspecified affordable tellies, you know there'll be a Philips.The company maintains its run of pretty sets with this one, but now that the black-frame-and-silver-surround look has become so entrenched...

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    Philips 32PF5520D review

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    On paper the Philips 32PF5520 looks like a winner with both a digital tuner and HD Ready badge and all at a reasonable price. But without Pixel Plus, will its pictures be good enough?

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    Philips 26PF5520D review

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    Philips' 26PF5520D is labelled 'HD-Ready' and has a digital TV tuner - but you wouldn't think so when you look at its attractive price.It's hard to see why it's so affordable at first, as this set has a DVI input...

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    Philips 15PF8946 review

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    Philips' flat TV output never ceases to astound us: it seems that hardly a month goes by without another of the brand's screens landing on our test benches. It's also one of the most versatile manufacturers around, releasing LCDs

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    Philips 23iF9946 Streamium review

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    Of all the major consumer electronics manufacturers, Philips seems keenest on pushing the digital home envelope. Well, shoving it may be a more appropriate term

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    Philips 32PF4320 review

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    Not everyone wants a high-def-ready TV, and those who don't could save a whole lot of cash by opting for a basic LCD that turns in a good performance with TV and DVD pictures - like this stripped-down, well-priced model from Philips.

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    Philips 26PF5520D review

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    Despite its diminutive size, Philips' latest 26in LCD TV,the 26PF5520D, ticks all the boxes necessary to call itself 'futureproof'.The first of these boxes is the one labelled 'digital tuner'.

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    Philips 20PF8846 review

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    Like the 17in DMTech LCD TV featured elsewhere in this roundup, this 20in screen from Philips is clearly aimed at those looking for a second-room set. And while it doesn't have a PC input - meaning it sadly can't double up as...

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    Philips 26PF8946 review

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    For all its high-end - and usually well-realised - aspirations, Philips is also a company that's happy to knock out budget LCDs, which often impress both with their reasonable price and aboveaverage performance.

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    Philips 32PF4320 review

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    While we wait with bated breath for Philips' next generation of Pixel Plus LCD Televisions, the brand is tiding us over with a little something designed to keep the budget market happy: the 32in 32PF4320 - yours for a mere £1,200, or less.

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    Philips 26PF8946 review

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    Most big-name brands seem content to let the likes of Goodmans and Bush keep the low-price LCD battleground to themselves, but not Philips. It regularly turns out affordable screens that are far better performers than we might have expected

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    Philips 20PF8846 review

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    Philips has an intimidating reputation for producing quality LCD screens, time after time, even at the lower end of the price scale. At just £500, this 20in offering fits nicely into that budget category, so we're hoping for good things.

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    Philips 15PF8946 review

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    Philips is currently doing very nice business at the bottom end of the LCD TV market and now it's at it again with the 15PF8946 - not its very cheapest model, but one which offers the added bonuses of a builtin radio tuner and PC compatibility.

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    Philips 28PW8719 review

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    Remember when £400 didn't even get you a 28in 50Hz widescreen TV from Goodmans? Well, today it'll get you a 100Hz model, from no less respected a brand than Philips.

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    Philips 20PF8846 review

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    Another day, another highly affordable Philips LCD TV with a model name scarcely any different to the last one. But can the 20PF8846 continue the company's recent trend for surprisingly good low-end sets?

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