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  1. Philips 32PF3320 review

    Philips 32PF3320 review

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    At just £865, the 32PF3320 is comfortably Philips' cheapest LCD TV yet. And frankly it looks it. Really, it couldn't be more drab; just a plasticky grey rectangle with a screen in it. Still, how does it hold up? .

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    Philips 37PF9731D review

    Philips 37PF9731D review

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    When Philips decides to go for broke with a telly, it really does go for broke. And the proof? Simple, the sheer number of features that it has crammed into the luxuriously attractive framework of the company's new 37in LCD, the 37PF9731D.

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    Philips 50PF9631D review

    Philips 50PF9631D review

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    Feature-wise, this plasma has everything but the kitchen sink crammed in, but there are minor performance foibles. It's just oozing with the sort of tricks and treats that have become Philips' trademarks in recent years

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    Philips 42PF9731D review

    Philips 42PF9731D review

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    Flatscreen TVs incorporate so much proprietary technology that it's hard to see where it all fits in. This monster of a 42in LCD features a fair smattering of Philips' brightest and best, and fits comfortably in its high-end Cineos line.

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    Philips 42PF5421 review

    Philips 42PF5421 review

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    This latest LCD set from Philips' remarkably extensive range isn't exactly the best specified on the company's books - but it makes up for this with a tempting price tag.

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    Philips 42PF7621D review

    Philips 42PF7621D review

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    The quality of Philips' recent LCD TVs has varied so dramatically that it's impossible to prejudge the 42PD7621D, but it gets off to a impressive start with its swish (albeit wide) appearance.

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    Philips 26PF5521D review

    Philips 26PF5521D review

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    You can seldom say about Philips TVs that they're 'no-frills'affairs, but not the 26PF5521D. This is comfortably the company's cheapest 26in digital LCD TV yet, and as such it's devoid of such goodies as Pixel Plus image processing

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    Philips 32PF5521D (RP) review

    Philips 32PF5521D (RP) review

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    The cute-looking Philips 32PF5521D's price grabs your initial attention: £900 shows how inexpensive an HD-ready 32-inch LCD TV from a big brand name can be. Just leave your expectations of a features list as long as your arm ...

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    Philips 20PF4121/05 review

    Philips 20PF4121/05 review

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    To say the 20PF4121/05 is a bizarre mix of low and high specs is an understatement. Heaven only knows how Philips arrived at the TV's final features list; maybe it just threw a bunch of cards in the air to see how they landed.

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    Philips 32PF9631D review

    Philips 32PF9631D review

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    The 32PF9631 is the fi rst 32in TV to employ Philips' new and intriguing ClearLCD technology. Designed to reduce the smearing problems associated with LCD when showing moving objects and to boost black level performance...

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    Philips 32PF7521D review

    Philips 32PF7521D review

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    On paper, the 32PF7521D should make a decent impression. As well as a digital tuner and HD Ready status, it carries Philips' long-acclaimed Pixel Plus picture processing.

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    Philips 42PF9831D review

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    While there are many good things about LCD technology in general, it also has a couple of problematic characteristics. First, LCD panels tend to struggle to give a deep black level.

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    Philips 37PF9830 review

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    Philips has given the 37PF9830 two advantages: a new Ambilight system and the new Pixel Plus 2 HD, designed to improve high-definition pictures. They aren't half bad, either.

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    Philips 32PF9830 HD-ready LCD TV review

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    Philips' LCDs are not for everyone. Despite its uniquely cute design and cutting-edge electronics, there's a trade-off involved when watching this 32-inch model.

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    Philips 32PF7521D review

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    Philips' new LCD range boasts TVs equipped with all manner of cutting-edge features and designs. But the 32PF7521D isn't one of those.Instead it's designed to hit an affordable price point - as you can pretty much tell...

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    Philips 15PF9936 review

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    There's a lot of competition in the market for bedroom LCDs, and we don't just mean competitive pricing. We've seen a host of unusual extras of late - LCDs that double up as all-digital PC monitors, LCDs equipped with widescreen

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    Philips 50PF7320 review

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    You don't have to look beyond its price tag to find the main appeal of Philips' latest 50in plasma TV.At just £3,000 the 50PF7320 is cheaper than some 42in sets.But does this lowly price tag come with too many strings attached?

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    Philips 15PF4410D review

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    High definition, it would appear, is not just for big TVs. The Philips 15PF4410D is a 15in LCD TV that amazingly can play hi-def sources. But is such a talent really worth having on a small screen?

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    Philips 32PF9967D/10 review

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    This is far from a glamorous screen, and the connectivity is a weak point too; a single DVI input provides the only means (via fiddly adaptors) of connecting a digital video source, a PC, and an analogue component video source

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    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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