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Philips 42PFL5907/F7

The Philips PFL5907 series has commendable picture quality and features, making it one of the better LED TV values.

Philips 55PFL5907/F7

The Philips PFL5907 series has commendable picture quality and features, making it one of the better LED TV values.

Philips 50PFL5907/F7

The Philips PFL5907 series has commendable picture quality and features, making it one of the better LED TV values.

Philips 46PFL5907/F7

The Philips PFL5907 series has commendable picture quality and features, making it one of the better LED TV values.

Philips 65PFL8900

The Philips Smart Laser Backlight Ultra HDTV uses intense beams of monochromatic light -- a.k.a. lasers! -- to differentiate itself from other LED LCD TVs on the market.

Philips 47PFL6704D/F7

The Philips PFL6704D series falls short of the competition's performance, but it does have a cool design and relatively accurate color.

Philips 40PFL5706/F7

While the Philips PFL5706/F7's MediaConnect option may speak to PC-centric video-streaming fans, other buyers might balk at the TV's picture-quality and control flaws.

Philips 9000 32PFL9705/12

The 32-inch Philips 32PFL9705/12 is expensive and can be a little fiddly to use, but it delivers stunning picture quality and impressively beefy sound.

Philips Cineos 42PFL9703

This is the most impressive Philips TV we've seen for some time. The picture and sound quality are both excellent and the Ambilight is an improvement over the older two strip version. It does add to the movie experience, although perhaps not enough to warrant the high price tag

Philips 46PFL5706/F7

While the Philips PFL5706/F7's MediaConnect option may speak to PC-centric video-streaming fans, other buyers might balk at the TV's picture-quality and control flaws.

Philips 55PFL5706/F7

While the Philips PFL5706/F7's MediaConnect option may speak to PC-centric video-streaming fans, other buyers might balk at the TV's picture-quality and control flaws.

Philips 42PFL6704D

The Philips PFL6704D series falls short of the competition's performance, but it does have a cool design and relatively accurate color.

Philips 65PFL5922

The PFL5922 series serves up the latest TV technology and appeals to people who prefer to cast Netflix, YouTube and the rest from their phones.

Philips Magnavox 17MD255V 17" LCD TV

  • Type: LCD TV
  • Diagonal Class: 17 in

Philips Magnavox 32ME306V 32" Class LED TV 31.5" viewable

  • Type: LED-backlit LCD TV
  • Diagonal Class: 32 in
  • HDMI Ports Qty: 2 ports
  • Display Format: 720p

Philips Signage Solutions 65BDL3051T 65" LED display

  • Type: LED-backlit LCD flat panel display
  • Diagonal Class: 65 in
  • HDMI Ports Qty: 2 ports
  • Display Format: 1080p (Full HD)

Philips 32PF9830

If you're after a TV to impress people with the quality that LCD can deliver, there are few models that can line up with Philips Philips 32PF9830 for pure picture quality -- as long as you've got plenty of high definition content to display it with. With the perilous state of digital TV in Australia, that's hardly a sure thing, but even with standard definition signals the Philips 32PF9830 impresses.

Editors' Choice

Philips Aurea 42PFL9900D

The Philips Aurea 42PFL9900D may be very expensive, but its picture performance is nothing short of stunning, and the Ambilight Spectra system stands out from the crowd.

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