This TV received an expert rating of 70 out of 100 from android-mt.com.
Running Costs Are Very Low
This TV has an energy efficiency rating of A+, and the 32PFH4101 is in the cheapest 10% of all 332 mid-size TVs that have been available for the last year that we have assessed for running costs. Based on average usage levels and energy prices, we estimate the 32PFH4101 will cost only £54 over 5 years to run.
Just Released Five Months Ago
The 32PFH4101 was only relased by Philips five months ago.
Philips Televisions Have Good Reviews
Based on 316 expert and owner reviews, Philips has good reviews for its TVs. Philips also has good reviews specifically for its mid-size TVs.
Supports One Analog Signal Format System
The Philips 32PFH4101 has a greater number of analog signal format systems than most TVs that came out around the same time as it. The most frequently supported analog signal format system is NTSC, but this analog signal format system is not supported by this TV. The analog signal format systems NTSC|PAL|SECAM are also supported by this television.
1080p Video Mode
This TV supports a 1080p video mode, which is the most commonly supported video mode on similar spec TVs that are a comparable age to it.
+4 More reasons for
Supports One Audio Format
The 32PFH4101 has a greater number of audio formats than most mid-size TVs that are a comparable age to it. The most frequently supported audio format is MP3, but this audio format is not supported by this TV. The audio formats AAC|MP3|WAV|WMA are also supported by this Philips TV.
Very Low Annual Energy Consumption
The lowest annual energy consumption of latest TVs is 37kWh and the highest is 200kWh. The Philips 32PFH4101 has one of the lower annual energy consumptions (only 47 kilowatt hours) amongst comparable spec TVs of this age.
With a weight of only 4.9 kilograms, the 32PFH4101 is one of the lighter mid-size TVs that were launched in the last 12 months amongst comparable spec TVs of this age. The weights of mid-size TVs that were launched around the same time as the 32PFH4101 range from 1kg to 36kg.
9 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a WiFi Connection
The Philips 32PFH4101 does not have a WiFi connection, unlike most of the other mid-size TVs that were released in the last 12 months which have a WiFi connection.
The 32PFH4101 is not Smart TV, unlike most of the other mid-size TVs that were launched in the last year.
If you want a TV that is Smart TV then you might want to look at the 43PUS6501 (£499.00), or the 49PUT6401 both from Philips or the Samsung UE40K6370 which also has a higher Rating.
Not 3D Compatible
Like most of the other new mid-size TVs, the 32PFH4101 is not 3D compatible.
TVs which are 3D compatible that might be worth looking at include the UE40K6370, or the UE40JU6640 both from Samsung or the LG 49UH8509 which is also higher rated.
Does Not Have a Built-In Camera
Like most of the other mid-size TVs that came out in the last 12 months, the 32PFH4101 does not have a built-in camera.
+6 More reasons against
Only Has One Screen Format Adjustment
The number of screen format adjustments found on the 32PFH4101 is more than most TVs that are a comparable age to it. The most commonly found screen format adjustment is 16:9, but this screen format adjustment is not found on this TV. The screen format adjustments 4:3|16:9|Auto|Zoom are also found on this television.
Quite Dim Display Brightness
The display brightnesses of similar spec televisions that have been on the market for around the same time as the 32PFH4101 range from 1 cd/m² to 450 cd/m², and the average display brightness is 300 cd/m². When compared to other newly released mid-size TVs that we have assessed the display brightness of, the 32PFH4101's display brightness of only 200 candellas per square meter is one of the dimmest.
Does Not Feature OLED Technology
Most new similar spec televisions do not feature OLED technology. The 32PFH4101 is no exception to this as it too does not feature OLED technology.
There are a number of alternative TVs which also feature OLED technology which you might also want to look at including the LG 32LX300, or the Philips 43PUH4900 (£459.00) which is also higher rated.
Only One USB 2.0 Port
Most new mid-size TVs have between one and two USB 2.0 ports, including the 32PFH4101 which has one USB 2.0 port.
Only One RF Port
Most televisions that have been around for the last year have one RF port, including the 32PFH4101 which has one RF port.
2 Other reasons to consider the Philips 32PFH4101
Full HD HD Type
The display resolution of the this TV is Full HD, which is the most frequently found HD type on new mid-size TVs. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
If you want a TV with a higher display resolution then you might want to consider the Samsung UE43KU6079 (4K Ultra HD), the LG 43UH610 (£419.99) (4K Ultra HD), or the Philips 43PUS6101 (4K Ultra HD) which is also higher rated.
At 77 millimeters, the Philips 32PFH4101 has a fairly average thickness compared to most of the other recently released mid-size TVs.
It may also be worth considering one of the other 77mm thick TVs currently available including the 43PUS6501 (£499.00), or the 40PFS5501 (£399.00) both from Philips or the Telefunken TE32278B30CXD (£222.70) which has a better Rating.
Telewizor 32 cali wcale nie jest ?atwo wybra?. Dodatkowo ka?dy z producentów ma w swojej ofercie co najmniej kilka interesuj?cych propozycji. Któr? z nich wybra?? Czy Philips 32PFH4101 b?dzie... Read more…
@ £0.139 per kwh - Edit electricity price and usage
kwh per hour
kwh per hour left on standby
Electricity price £per kilowatt hour
Annual electricity price inflation %
Hide electricity usage and price
Water cost when switched on
@ £0.003474 per litre - Edit water usage and price
litres per hour
Water price £per litre
Annual water price inflation %
Hide water usage and price
Submit Energy Consumption Figures
Total running cost over 5 years
Running costs for this TV have been estimated based on other similar TVs. If you know how much electricity and water the Philips 32PFH4101uses then please let us know by entering those figures in the boxes above.
Running this TV over 5 years will generate 0.26 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 7 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.
Previous and future annual running costs of the Philips 32PFH4101 assuming future electricity price inflation of 0.0600% per year. Edit inflation assumptions