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  Published: 2008-06-07, Author: John Archer , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Abstract:  Everyone knows you've got to keep moving to stay alive in today's cut-throat TV marketplace. But nobody seems to take this mantra quite as seriously as Philips. Every successive Philips TV generation for the last few years has introduced not only major ad...

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  Published: 2008-12-09, review by: whathifi.com

  • Unique style, Ambilight technology, Full HD, incredible realism, smooth motion, great detail, good tuner
  • A touch more expensive than rivals, black levels not always rock solid

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  Published: 2008-12-01, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Philips 42PFL7603D is a larger but slightly older version of the 32PFL9613D, and has the same stunning image quality. The HD Natural Motion processing has to be seen to be appreciated. Watching the casino scenes in our Blu-ray version of Casino Ro...

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  Published: 2008-10-22, Author: Ian Morris , review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Design; sound; HD picture quality; connectivity; affordable
  • Freeview picture quality isn't brilliant; Ambilight is sluggish
  • This is a lovely looking TV with superb HD performance and great sound at a sensible price -- the only real downside is the slightly ropey Freeview performance. Also, Ambilight isn't anywhere near as involving as it is on the 9703 ...

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  Published: 2008-09-22, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • Philips, like Samsung, Sony and Toilet Duck, is a household name now, but this 42-inch LCD isn't even a top-tier model, yet it looks every bit as good as some of its rivals. With no fewer than four HDMI ports, a full 1080p screen and two-channel Ambil...
  • Philips' latest picture enhancement tech, Perfect Pixel HD Engine, has been left out in favour of the older Pixel Plus 3 HD jiggery pokery. That means no Clear LCD for crisp moving images and no 100Hz mode for ultra-smooth motion. Also, having seen th...
  • While it's not one of Philips best screens, this is still streets ahead of most mid-range LCD televisions thanks to its gorgeous design and solid all-round performance.Philips 42PFL7603D is tagged with Philips, television, LCD, high definition and amb...

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  Published: 2008-08-27, review by: hdtvorg.co.uk

  • We cant help thinking that some seriously good LCD TVs from Philips have been overlooked in the past. This shouldnt be the case with the 42PFL7603D which presents an all round performance that is hard to beat for the price.You might also like to con...

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  Published: 2008-08-06, review by: digitalversus.com

  • Nice colors, One of the only Philips TVs that escapes from automatic gamma correction, Ambilight system
  • Blacks are grayish, Display sometimes shakes in use with a PC, Contrast a bit weak, HD incompatible digital TV tuner

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  Published: 2008-07-30, review by: techradar.com

  • Picture response, Sharp detail, Muscular speakers, Four HDMIs
  • No dedicated PC input, Lacks Philips’ top image processing tech, Limited contrast
  • This new LCD screen from Ambilight advocate Philips boasts the sort of design flourishes youd expect from a top-of-the-range HDTV: the 42in screen is surrounded by a narrow gloss black frame and transparent plastic lip; the glass tabletop stand is sli...

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  Published: 2008-08-06, review by: Lesnumeriques.com

  • Belles couleurs, L'une des seules TV Philips qui échappe à la retouche automatique du gamma, Système Ambilight, Tuner TNT compatible HD
  • Noir trop gris, Affichage qui tremblotte parfois avec un PC, Contraste un peu faible
  • Grâce à son tuner TNT HD la PFL7603H gagne une étoile par rapport à la version D....

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  Published: 2008-05-16, review by: Cnetfrance.fr

  • Design, TNT HD, Ambilight 2, prix intéressant, port USB, pied pivotant.
  • Compatibilité HD 1080/24p à voir, calibrage obligatoire.
  • Nouveau design et nouveau prix (999 euros) pour ce téléviseur LCD HD Ready (1366x768 pixels) Philips équipé du système Ambilight 2 offrant 4 modes de rétro-éclairage d’ambiance...

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