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Philips 50PFL6902/F7 50'' 4K Dolby Vision HDR Smart TV @ $350 + F/S

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Bj's Wholesale offers Philips 50PFL6902/F7 50'' 4K Dolby Vision HDR Smart TV @ $349.99 with free shipping.

Costco also has the same model at same price.

LINK:
https://www.bjs.com/philips-5-pfl...0000994090

Costco Link:
https://www.costco.com/Philips-50...tm<b>l</b>

SPEC:
  • 50" 4K UHD IPS panel
  • HDR with Dolby Vision
  • NetTV OS
  • 4K Upscaling
  • 120 Hz Pefect Motion Rate
  • 20W RMS Stereo Speakers
  • 802.11ac WiFi with MIMO
  • Supports HVEC, H264 Playback from USB
  • 3x HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2
  • 1x USB
  • 22.3 lbs with Stand
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Created 03-12-2018 at 10:44 AM by Suryasis
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Same price at Costco [costco.com] thru 3/24. Model listed as simply "50PFL6902" but looks like same specs.
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Reviews are really bad on both sites. They're even bad on Philips site itself. You can get a 55" TCL S405 Roku TV for the roughly same price through BestBuy. Most should go for that at this price point.
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Despite the lack of any proper reviews, I thought I'd take a chance and pulled the trigger on this deal. Just got it in a few days ago, verdict is still out. For a TV that touts Dolby Vision HDR and enhanced color gamut etc, it definitely lacks that wow factor (I don't think it gets bright enough to really put those features to use.). Not bad if you know what you're in for. Kinda in line with what I expected, get what you pay for!
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I got this and the TCL (in a 43" I think) back in December. Both are good. I returned the TCL.

The TCL was poor when viewing at an angle. The Philips is noticeably better.

I don't use the Smart TV features, nor the TV's speakers. A lot of the reviews were saying both are poor. The software got updated again; 146_0, was 141_1 I think when I got back in November. I think for Smart stuff. I've not noticed a difference.

I've external Roku 4K and Tivo, and run through a Yamaha receiver. Any upscaling is done on the receiver. BluRay disc look fantastic. What 4K content I've streamed looks great.

So basically I use it as a display, and its great as that. It's local dimming is faux/simulated, rather than say 16 different areas.

Maybe when content is all 4K HDR 10+ or Dolby I'll get a new display. I'm thinking Black Friday November of 2019.

Oh, and brightness isn't fantastic, as above user noted. But I watch in a dark room.
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Last edited by ono May 10, 2018 at 09:14 PM.
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