Released May, 2010
The Pros:240Hz mode is great for watching sports. Very thin and light - can easily be mounted on a wall. Nice aesthetics - features a stylish, rounded bezel design.
The Cons:Glossy bezel/stand - can easily pick up fingerprints and dust. Lacks Internet apps - no video streaming capabilities. Mediocre sounding built-in speakers.
The 55PFL5505D/F7 is a 55" LCD HDTV from Philips' 5500 Series for 2010. The TV has an ultra-slim design with a rounded bezel and features a widescreen LED-backlit display. It offers a full HD native resolution of 1080p and has 240Hz video processing for reduced motion blur suitable for gaming and watching sports.
Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...
The TV includes integrated speakers with SRS TruSurround HD for accompanying virtual stereo sound. The 55PFL5505D/F7 is designed with a Powersave mode and an ambient light sensor, making it Eco-friendly and allowing it to exceed Energy Star 4.0 standards. It also has four HDMI ports and is a step down from the 55PFL5705D since it lacks NetTV capability. The 55PFL5505D/F7 is expected to be released in May 2010 and has a suggested retail price of $1999.
- 55" Widescreen LED-Backlit LCD Display
- Full HD 1080p Native Resolution
- 16:9 Image Aspect Ratio
- 240Hz Video Processing
- Ultra-Slim Design with Rounded Bezel
- Perfect Natural Motion Technology
- SRS TruSurround HD
- Ambient Light Sensor & PowerSave Mode
- Energy Star 4.0 Qualified
- Inputs: 4 x HDMI, 1 x VGA, USB
User Reviews (6)
240Hz mode is great for watching sports
very thin and light - can easily be mounted on a wall
nice aesthetics - features a stylish, rounded bezel design
LED backlit - produces better black levels that competing CCFL-based sets
glossy bezel/stand - can easily pick up fingerprints and dust
lacks Internet apps - no video streaming capabilities
mediocre sounding built-in speakers
You may also like...