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#21 siztenboots

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Posted 08 October 2020 - 09:00 AM

Having been looking since March and struggling to find retailers with stock , I got my delivery from Argos of the Philips 58 Inch 58PUS7505 2020 model Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV , after my staff discount it was £405 delivered. 

 

A lot of screen size for the money, its paired up with a fire tv 4k stick



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Posted 13 October 2020 - 08:48 AM

Having been looking since March and struggling to find retailers with stock , I got my delivery from Argos of the Philips 58 Inch 58PUS7505 2020 model Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV , after my staff discount it was £405 delivered. 

 

A lot of screen size for the money, its paired up with a fire tv 4k stick

 

How is it?  Are you pleased with it?
 



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Posted 14 October 2020 - 10:19 AM

trying to find a way to fine tune lip sync , although depends on the source input if its noticeable

 

the satellite input does not seem to work with the new Sky Q wideband lnb , not tried using the tv coax input . Also can't seem to get iplayer/itvhub to work atm



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Posted 14 October 2020 - 10:28 AM

You best bet is to look for reviews by Home Cinema choice or what Hifi. They do detailed test reports and ideally a side by side approach with other manufacturers. The main guy who really knows his stuff is a chap called John Archer. This is the place to go for reviews. Their is no such thing as the best TV manufacturer, Samsung is still very much up there but I just bought a philips and it is great except for the EPG. 



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Posted 14 October 2020 - 10:43 AM

You best bet is to look for reviews by Home Cinema choice or what Hifi. They do detailed test reports and ideally a side by side approach with other manufacturers. The main guy who really knows his stuff is a chap called John Archer. This is the place to go for reviews. Their is no such thing as the best TV manufacturer, Samsung is still very much up there but I just bought a philips and it is great except for the EPG. 

 

Great steer, thanks thumbsup
 



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Posted 15 October 2020 - 07:16 PM

trying to find a way to fine tune lip sync , although depends on the source input if its noticeable

the satellite input does not seem to work with the new Sky Q wideband lnb , not tried using the tv coax input . Also can't seem to get iplayer/itvhub to work atm


You need a hybrid LNB for sky Q and freesat. The nice young lady that recently installed Sky Q for me was happy to fit one at no additional charge.

Lip sync can be set on Sky Q for both optical and HDMI outputs- I tend to sync it to people saying words beginning with "P", seems to work best.




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