And that’s even before you turn it on and Ambilight starts to do its thing. In displays, which have a native resolution (the TFT ones, for example), the pixel pitch depends on the resolution and the size of the screen. The vertical frequency/refresh rate shows how many times in a second the image on the screen is refreshed. While not as powerful, far reaching and efficient as the new P5 processor Philips provides on its high-end TVs, Pixel Precise Ultra HD is nonetheless way more potent than the processors typically found in sub-£600 55-inch 4K TVs. Sound (claimed): 20W You can set hues to Follow Video (which is to say, mimic onscreen colour movement), Follow Audio, Follow Colour and Follow Flag; the latter is a World Cup affectation that mirrors the colours of your favourite team. Its pictures have visual snap and healthy colours, with plenty of clarity. Dark HDR scenes suffer just a fraction, too – as the TV’s attempts to find the optimum brightness point leads to some lost shadow detailing. The set may not be super-slim, but it’s hardly bulky either. Yes, that green mass is supposed to be stubble. Copyright © Dennis Publishing Limited 2020. Ambilight sets the mood for movies, music or gaming. File formats supported. Information about some of the main image file formats supported by the current model. Average power consumption in standard work mode. Measurements show that Philips’ set is only capable of at most 350 nits of brightness on a 10% white HDR window. Feed the TV some HDR content and a whole other selection of presets is unlocked. Sound TL;DR: The 55PUS6753 gets the audio job done – especially when it comes to detailing and vocals. Here's a much brighter, more vibrant and more dynamic picture than we’ve come to expect from TVs at this price, and the TV does a great job with the opening of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2. 4K Blu-rays and broadcasts look spectacularly sharp and clean, leaving you in no doubt, even on a 55-inch screen, that you’re seeing pictures with millions more pixels in them than you get with HD. Let's find out. A solid mix of image quality and feature functionality, bolstered by the brilliance of Ambilight, this 6 Series 43-incher should attract bargain hunters like bees to honey. Build quality is so-so, but really, what do you expect for £700? The 50PUS6703 is a superb TV at a startlingly low cost. The speaker is a device, which converts electrical audio signals into acoustic vibrations resulting in corresponding sounds. Information about the network technologies and standards supported by the model, which allow for it to connect to and communicate with other devices. This is not RGB lighting gimmickry: Ambilight genuinely improves the perceived image quality. Ergonomics. MORE: 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray – all the 4K discs on sale and coming soon. Weight with stand in different measurement units. Receive mail from us on behalf of our trusted partners or sponsors? It’s not perfect, but the 50PUS6272 is as close as you can reasonably expect for £460. There are different FRC algorithms. As a Philips flatscreen, the 43PUS6753 naturally comes with no shortage of other image parameters to tinker with. The supplied remote control is standard issue, and sound quality is as you'd expect for a flat-screen TV: passable for day-to-day viewing but far behind an external soundbar or home theatre speakers.