Using this TV was a bit of a pain. It’s not really intuitive, and I had to set up everything from scratch. It took a while for the TV to realise that I’d plugged in a Blu-ray player, as I had to go to the menu and actually tell it which HDMI port I’d plugged the device into. While this was a breeze for me, it might not be for others. However, there also is a wizard that tells you exactly what to do if you get too confused. I also found the menu to be a little slow.
The colours on this TV are beyond incredible. I have never seen better colours on any other TV – ever. Everything from the shadow detail and black levels to the skin tone were absolutely stellar. Philips had graciously provided us with a 3D test disc, and it had some pretty nice clips on it. I must have watched some of those clips at least 10 times. It really was that good.
A mega-sized TV deserves a mega-sized stand
One of the awesome speakers that makes this TV sound so good
The Joker says buy this TV, but only if you have that kind of money
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