Philips 65 “-PUS7601 Review – Good, thanks Fäld HDR backlight

Oct

22

2016

In summary

In the somewhat higher price can pretty much play all TVs HDR images, but only OLED TVs or LCDTV with a Fäld backlight can do that really well. Unfortunately, such TVs are very expensive, especially if you’re a big 65 “screen will. The Philips PUS7601 has such Fäld backlight, making a beautiful HDR rendering is possible. Furthermore, it should be seen and the design is three-sided Ambilight . the sound is caused by the loudspeakers placed at the back of a bummer and the interface of us could have been a little faster.
pluses

Good contrast with Fäld backlight
Beautiful HDR rendering
sleek appearance
Remote keypad

Negative points

Interface can be faster
Loudspeakers at the rear
No HDR support Netflix

final Verdict
Tweakers zegt: 8
Price for publication: € 3000, –
Available from: € 2989, –
Tested version: Philips 65PUS7601 Silver

If we are to believe the TV manufacturers, we all have an HDR necessary -TV, for this year are all more expensive TVs capable of displaying images with high dynamic range. Oddly enough, most HDR TVs equipped with an LCD panel whose dynamic range is low. As a result, see HDR images are on such TV barely better than the non-HDR or SDR -beelden we’re looking at for many years. The only way to really hdr to give good weather without having to divert to an OLED panel, is through the use of a local dimming backlight with many small zones.

Philips PUS7601

The Philips PUS7601 is provided with such a full local dimming backlight array with 128 individual zones, so that it can be displayed hdr convincing. Of course, this TV has an associate professor display panel. It is only available as a 65 “model. Although we are sorry that there is not even a 55” model is available, we understand this choice though. Televisions with a Fäld backlight are simply more expensive to make than ones with an edge-lit backlight and at smaller sizes to justify bad these additional costs. The PUS7601 was at the time of writing for three thousand euros in the Price Watch, which is certainly not cheap, but considering the Fäld backlight, which normally only applied to top models, even extremely expensive.

All Philips TVs in the upper segment run on Android Google TV and this model is no exception. A quad-core SOC provides the necessary computing power and there is 16GB of flash storage site. The double-sided remote control is equipped with a handy QWERTY keyboard. The sound is provided by a powerful 30W speaker and obviously Ambilight should not be missing at a Philips TV. The PUS7601 the three-sided variant, which emits colored light on the top and sides of the TV.

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