Hisense H55M3300 vs Hisense H55M7000 vs Panasonic TX-58DX750 vs Philips 55PUH4900/88

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Reasons For

8 Reasons For
20% higher RMS rated power Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 has an RMS rated power of 20W (as do the Hisense H55M7000 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750), however the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is only a 16W RMS rated power TV (4W lower). Read more

RMS rated power stands for Root Mean Square rated power and it is typically used to measure the power output of the audio element of the TV.

A higher RMS rated power means that the audio system on the TV is more powerful and will be able to play the audio at higher volumes. A higher RMS power may also result in better quality audio at normal volume levels.

One more HDMI ports quantity Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 is a four HDMI ports quantity TV (as does the Hisense H55M7000), whereas the Philips 55PUH4900/88 only has three HDMI ports quantitys. Read more

The HDMI ports quantity is the number of ports that the TV has that will accept a HDMI cable. HDMI is the most common type of cable used to connect modern TVs, DVD players, games consoles etc.

A greater number of HDMI ports will allow you to permanently connect more devices to the TV and will reduce the need to reach around the back of the TV to unplug and plug in cables when switching between devices.

Wi-Fi Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 has a wi-Fi (as do the Hisense H55M7000 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750), but the Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not have a wi-Fi. Read more

A Wifi (wireless LAN connection) on your TV means that you can connect your TV directly to your WiFi network.

Connecting your TV will be easier and you will not need any cables.

Ethernet LAN Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 has an ethernet LAN, and so do the Hisense H55M7000 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750, whereas the Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not.
£220 cheaper
The Hisense H55M3300 is £220 cheaper than the Hisense H55M7000 and £600 cheaper than the Panasonic TX-58DX750.
More popular
The Hisense H55M3300 is a more popular choice amongst buyers. It ranks No. 4465 by sales volume in our TVs, whereas the Hisense H55M7000 ranks No. 47110 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750 ranks No. 137049.
Superior energy efficiency rating
The energy efficiency rating of the Hisense H55M3300 is "A", whereas the rating of the Hisense H55M7000 is "B", the rating of the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is "A" and the rating of the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is "A".
Expert reviews are better
The Hisense H55M3300 has an average expert review score of 77%, whereas the Hisense H55M7000 has an average rating of 70% (based on 2 reviews).
7 Reasons For
Higher RMS rated power Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 has an RMS rated power of 20W (as do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750), but the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is only a 16W RMS rated power TV (4W lower). Read more

RMS rated power stands for Root Mean Square rated power and it is typically used to measure the power output of the audio element of the TV.

A higher RMS rated power means that the audio system on the TV is more powerful and will be able to play the audio at higher volumes. A higher RMS power may also result in better quality audio at normal volume levels.

One more RF ports quantity Edit
The number of RF ports quantitys on the Hisense H55M7000 is two, but the Philips 55PUH4900/88 only has one RF ports quantity. Read more

We do not know the number of RF ports quantitys on the Hisense H55M3300 or the Panasonic TX-58DX750. It is possible that they do not have any RF ports quantitys.

RF stands for Radio Frequency and an RF port is an older type of input connector for TVs which is most commonly use for connecting cable TV and satellite TV feeds directly to the TV.

Multiple RF ports will allow you to connect multiple RF feeds to the TV at the same time. For example, if the TV has a built in satellite TV decoder then you could connect 2 different satellite dishes to the TV.

One more HDMI ports quantity Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 has four HDMI ports quantitys (as does the Hisense H55M3300), however the Philips 55PUH4900/88 only has three HDMI ports quantitys. Read more

The HDMI ports quantity is the number of ports that the TV has that will accept a HDMI cable. HDMI is the most common type of cable used to connect modern TVs, DVD players, games consoles etc.

A greater number of HDMI ports will allow you to permanently connect more devices to the TV and will reduce the need to reach around the back of the TV to unplug and plug in cables when switching between devices.

Wi-Fi Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 has a wi-Fi (as do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750), whereas the Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not have a wi-Fi. Read more

A Wifi (wireless LAN connection) on your TV means that you can connect your TV directly to your WiFi network.

Connecting your TV will be easier and you will not need any cables.

Ethernet LAN Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 has an ethernet LAN, and so do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750, however the Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not.
Four processor coress Edit
The number of processor coress on the Hisense H55M7000 is four, and so does the Panasonic TX-58DX750, but the Philips 55PUH4900/88 only has two processor coress. Read more

We do not know the number of processor coress on the Hisense H55M3300. It is possible that it does not have any processor coress.

User reviews are vastly better
The Hisense H55M7000 has an average user review score of 90%, however the Hisense H55M3300 has an average rating of 60% (based on 4 reviews).
10 Reasons For
6% larger display diagonal Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 58" TV. That's 3" larger than the Hisense H55M3300, the Hisense H55M7000 and the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (55"). Read more

The display diagonal of a TV is the most common measure of screen size and is the distance from the top left to the bottom right of the visible part of a TV screen excluding any frame or border. One of the most important considerations when choosing the right screen size for your TV is the typical distance from which you will be viewing the screen. A good rule of thumb is to multiply the display diagonal by 2.5 to determine the viewing distance. So a 40 inch TV is best viewed from 100 inches away, which is equivalent to 8.3 feet or 2.54m. For home cinema setups and a truly immersive experience this ratio can be reduced to 1.2. This will give a screen size that fills 40 degrees of the viewer's field of vision. So if you viewing from a distance of 6ft (72 inches) you would need a TV display diagonal of 60 inches.

TVs with a bigger display diagonal allow you to make the most of HD content and are great for watching movies.

3D Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 3D TV, whereas the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is not 3D. Read more

3D technology has become increasingly popular as the amount of 3D film and TV content has increased dramatically in recent years. All 3D TVs will also display regular 2D content and most will allow you to switch on and off the 3D effect on 3D content. Most 3D TVs require you to wear special 3D glasses in order to view the content in 3D, however some of the newer 3D TVs require no 3D glasses at all. Of those TVs that do require glasses, there are two main types of 3D technology: passive and active. Passive 3D uses glasses similar to those that you wear in the cinema. The glasses have polarised lenses which ensure that the correct image is displayed to each eye. The main advantage of passive 3D is that the glasses are very light and comfortable to wear, but it can result in a less bright image. Active 3D uses battery powered glasses which control active shutters in each lens. These shutters constantly open and close very quickly in sync with two different images that are being displayed by the TV. This ensures that the correct image is displayed to each eye. The main advantage of active 3D is that the image is brighter, however the glasses are heavier and more expensive.

3D compatible TVs allow you to watch 3D content. For most TVs you will need to wear special glasses to see the 3D effect.

78% faster motion interpolation frequency Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 1,800Hz motion interpolation frequency TV. That's 1,000Hz faster than the Hisense H55M3300 (400Hz), 600Hz faster than the Hisense H55M7000 (400Hz) and 1,400Hz faster than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (400Hz). Read more

The motion interpolation frequency is the frame rate which the TV is able to artificially create by inserting additional frames into the picture between the frames included in the original video source. Motion interpolation technology can sometimes create some unwanted side effects such glitches when the technology suddenly activates during an action scene. Most modern TVs will have an option to switch off the motion interpolation if it is not desired.

A faster motion interpolation frequency will result in smoother action scenes, less motion blur and a more life like image.

Higher RMS rated power Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 has an RMS rated power of 20W (as do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Hisense H55M7000), but the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is only a 16W RMS rated power TV (4W lower). Read more

RMS rated power stands for Root Mean Square rated power and it is typically used to measure the power output of the audio element of the TV.

A higher RMS rated power means that the audio system on the TV is more powerful and will be able to play the audio at higher volumes. A higher RMS power may also result in better quality audio at normal volume levels.

Wi-Fi Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 has a wi-Fi (as do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Hisense H55M7000), whereas the Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not have a wi-Fi. Read more

A Wifi (wireless LAN connection) on your TV means that you can connect your TV directly to your WiFi network.

Connecting your TV will be easier and you will not need any cables.

Ethernet LAN Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 has an ethernet LAN, and so do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Hisense H55M7000, however the Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not.
Four processor coress Edit
The number of processor coress on the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is four, and so does the Hisense H55M7000, but the Philips 55PUH4900/88 only has two processor coress. Read more

We do not know the number of processor coress on the Hisense H55M3300. It is possible that it does not have any processor coress.

Thinner Edit
Panasonic TX-58DX750 is 41mm thick, but the Hisense H55M3300 is an 84mm thick TV (43mm thicker), the Hisense H55M7000 is a 60mm thick TV (19mm thicker) and the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 79mm thick TV (38mm thicker). Read more

The depth of the TV is the thickness of the TV measured from the back of the TV to the front of the TV. Curved TVs will have quite a big depth as this dimension is measured from the back of the centre of the screen to the front of the edges of the screen.

A thinner TV has the advantage of appearing more elegant and will also mean that the TV will not stick out as much when mounted on a wall.

Available from 8 shops
A greater number of stores increases the chances of this TV remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for the product.
Better energy efficiency rating
The energy efficiency rating of the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is "A", however the rating of the Hisense H55M3300 is "A", the rating of the Hisense H55M7000 is "B" and the rating of the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is "A".
4 Reasons For
7% lower annual energy consumption Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 148kWh annual energy consumption TV. That's 10kWh lower than the Hisense H55M3300 (148kWh) and 8kWh lower than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (148kWh). Read more

The annual energy consumption is the total amount of energy that the TV will use over the course of a whole year, given typical usage levels.

A lower annual energy consumption means that it will cost less each year for you to run your TV.

51% lighter Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 15.3kg heavy TV. That's 200g lighter than the Hisense H55M3300 (15.3kg), 4.3kg lighter than the Hisense H55M7000 (15.3kg) and 7.7kg lighter than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (15.3kg). Read more

The weight is the total weight of the TV excluding all packaging.

A lighter weight TV will be easier to move around and to mount on a wall. Some of the larger, very heavy TVs may require lightweight partition walls to be reinforced before the TV could be mounted.

21% cheaper to run
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is £11.22 cheaper to run than the Hisense H55M3300, £43.27 cheaper to run than the Hisense H55M7000 and £19.23 cheaper to run than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 over five years. Read more
Better energy efficiency rating
The energy efficiency rating of the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is "A", however the rating of the Hisense H55M3300 is "A", the rating of the Hisense H55M7000 is "B" and the rating of the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is "A".

Reasons Against

8 Reasons Against
6% smaller display diagonal Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 is a 55" TV, and so do the Hisense H55M7000 and the Philips 55PUH4900/88. That's 3" smaller than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (55"). Read more

The display diagonal of a TV is the most common measure of screen size and is the distance from the top left to the bottom right of the visible part of a TV screen excluding any frame or border. One of the most important considerations when choosing the right screen size for your TV is the typical distance from which you will be viewing the screen. A good rule of thumb is to multiply the display diagonal by 2.5 to determine the viewing distance. So a 40 inch TV is best viewed from 100 inches away, which is equivalent to 8.3 feet or 2.54m. For home cinema setups and a truly immersive experience this ratio can be reduced to 1.2. This will give a screen size that fills 40 degrees of the viewer's field of vision. So if you viewing from a distance of 6ft (72 inches) you would need a TV display diagonal of 60 inches.

TVs with a bigger display diagonal allow you to make the most of HD content and are great for watching movies.

1,000Hz slower motion interpolation frequency Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 is an 800Hz motion interpolation frequency TV. That's 400Hz slower than the Hisense H55M7000 (400Hz), 1,000Hz slower than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (400Hz) and 400Hz faster than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (400Hz). Read more

The motion interpolation frequency is the frame rate which the TV is able to artificially create by inserting additional frames into the picture between the frames included in the original video source. Motion interpolation technology can sometimes create some unwanted side effects such glitches when the technology suddenly activates during an action scene. Most modern TVs will have an option to switch off the motion interpolation if it is not desired.

A faster motion interpolation frequency will result in smoother action scenes, less motion blur and a more life like image.

Higher annual energy consumption Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 is a 158kWh annual energy consumption TV. That's 2kWh higher than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (148kWh) and 10kWh higher than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (148kWh). Read more

The annual energy consumption is the total amount of energy that the TV will use over the course of a whole year, given typical usage levels.

A lower annual energy consumption means that it will cost less each year for you to run your TV.

43mm thicker Edit
The Hisense H55M3300 has a depth of 84mm, however the Hisense H55M7000 is a 60mm thick TV (24mm thinner), the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 41mm thick TV (43mm thinner) and the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 79mm thick TV (5mm thinner). Read more

The depth of the TV is the thickness of the TV measured from the back of the TV to the front of the TV. Curved TVs will have quite a big depth as this dimension is measured from the back of the centre of the screen to the front of the edges of the screen.

A thinner TV has the advantage of appearing more elegant and will also mean that the TV will not stick out as much when mounted on a wall.

Heavier Edit
Hisense H55M3300 is 15.5kg heavy. That's 4.1kg lighter than the Hisense H55M7000 (15.3kg), 7.5kg lighter than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (15.3kg) and 200g heavier than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (15.3kg). Read more

The weight is the total weight of the TV excluding all packaging.

A lighter weight TV will be easier to move around and to mount on a wall. Some of the larger, very heavy TVs may require lightweight partition walls to be reinforced before the TV could be mounted.

Fewer sellers
Only 18 shops sells the Hisense H55M3300, but 23 shops sell the Panasonic TX-58DX750. Read more
The smaller the number of stores that stock this TV, the lower the competition amongst stores to keep prices low.
More expensive to run over five years by 7%
Over five years the Hisense H55M3300 costs £176.10 to run which is £11.22 more to run than the Philips 55PUH4900/88. Show assumptions.
Significantly Lower user review Score
The average user rating of the Hisense H55M3300 is only 60%, whereas the average user rating of the Hisense H55M7000 is 90% (based on 2 reviews).
10 Reasons Against
6% smaller display diagonal Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 is a 55" TV, and so do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Philips 55PUH4900/88. That's 3" smaller than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (55"). Read more

The display diagonal of a TV is the most common measure of screen size and is the distance from the top left to the bottom right of the visible part of a TV screen excluding any frame or border. One of the most important considerations when choosing the right screen size for your TV is the typical distance from which you will be viewing the screen. A good rule of thumb is to multiply the display diagonal by 2.5 to determine the viewing distance. So a 40 inch TV is best viewed from 100 inches away, which is equivalent to 8.3 feet or 2.54m. For home cinema setups and a truly immersive experience this ratio can be reduced to 1.2. This will give a screen size that fills 40 degrees of the viewer's field of vision. So if you viewing from a distance of 6ft (72 inches) you would need a TV display diagonal of 60 inches.

TVs with a bigger display diagonal allow you to make the most of HD content and are great for watching movies.

50% slower motion interpolation frequency Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 is a 1,200Hz motion interpolation frequency TV. That's 400Hz faster than the Hisense H55M3300 (400Hz), 600Hz slower than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (400Hz) and 800Hz faster than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (400Hz). Read more

The motion interpolation frequency is the frame rate which the TV is able to artificially create by inserting additional frames into the picture between the frames included in the original video source. Motion interpolation technology can sometimes create some unwanted side effects such glitches when the technology suddenly activates during an action scene. Most modern TVs will have an option to switch off the motion interpolation if it is not desired.

A faster motion interpolation frequency will result in smoother action scenes, less motion blur and a more life like image.

19mm thicker Edit
Hisense H55M7000 is 60mm thick, but the Hisense H55M3300 is an 84mm thick TV (24mm thicker), the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 41mm thick TV (19mm thinner) and the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 79mm thick TV (19mm thicker). Read more

The depth of the TV is the thickness of the TV measured from the back of the TV to the front of the TV. Curved TVs will have quite a big depth as this dimension is measured from the back of the centre of the screen to the front of the edges of the screen.

A thinner TV has the advantage of appearing more elegant and will also mean that the TV will not stick out as much when mounted on a wall.

4.3kg heavier Edit
The Hisense H55M7000 is a 19.6kg heavy TV. That's 4.1kg heavier than the Hisense H55M3300 (15.3kg), 3.4kg lighter than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (15.3kg) and 4.3kg heavier than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (15.3kg). Read more

The weight is the total weight of the TV excluding all packaging.

A lighter weight TV will be easier to move around and to mount on a wall. Some of the larger, very heavy TVs may require lightweight partition walls to be reinforced before the TV could be mounted.

£220 more expensive
The Hisense H55M7000 is more expensive than the Hisense H55M3300 by £220.
Less retailers
Only 15 stores sells the Hisense H55M7000, whereas 18 sellers sell the Hisense H55M3300 and 23 retailers sell the Panasonic TX-58DX750. Read more
Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this TV and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
More expensive to run over five years by 26%
The running costs over five years of the Hisense H55M7000 are £208.15 which is £32.05 more than the Hisense H55M3300, £24.04 more than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 and £43.27 more than the Philips 55PUH4900/88. Show assumptions.
Worse selling
The Hisense H55M7000 ranks No. 47110 by sales volume, however the Hisense H55M3300 ranks No. 4465.
Energy efficiency rating is lower
The Hisense H55M7000 has an energy efficiency rating of "B", however the Hisense H55M3300 has a rating of "A", the Panasonic TX-58DX750 has a rating of "A" and the Philips 55PUH4900/88 has a rating of "A".
Lower expert review Score
The Hisense H55M7000's average expert rating is only 70%, however the Hisense H55M3300's is 77% (based on 1 review).
7 Reasons Against
One less HDMI ports quantity Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 has three HDMI ports quantitys (as does the Philips 55PUH4900/88), however the Hisense H55M7000 only has four HDMI ports quantitys. Read more

The HDMI ports quantity is the number of ports that the TV has that will accept a HDMI cable. HDMI is the most common type of cable used to connect modern TVs, DVD players, games consoles etc.

A greater number of HDMI ports will allow you to permanently connect more devices to the TV and will reduce the need to reach around the back of the TV to unplug and plug in cables when switching between devices.

Higher annual energy consumption Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 156kWh annual energy consumption TV. That's 2kWh lower than the Hisense H55M3300 (148kWh) and 8kWh higher than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (148kWh). Read more

The annual energy consumption is the total amount of energy that the TV will use over the course of a whole year, given typical usage levels.

A lower annual energy consumption means that it will cost less each year for you to run your TV.

Heavier Edit
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 23kg heavy TV. That's 7.5kg heavier than the Hisense H55M3300 (15.3kg), 3.4kg heavier than the Hisense H55M7000 (15.3kg) and 7.7kg heavier than the Philips 55PUH4900/88 (15.3kg). Read more

The weight is the total weight of the TV excluding all packaging.

A lighter weight TV will be easier to move around and to mount on a wall. Some of the larger, very heavy TVs may require lightweight partition walls to be reinforced before the TV could be mounted.

£600 more expensive
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is more expensive than the Hisense H55M3300 by £600 and more expensive than the Hisense H55M7000 by £380.
Two months older
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 is older than the Hisense H55M3300 by two months and older than the Hisense H55M7000 by two months.
More expensive to run over five years by 12%
The running costs over five years of the Panasonic TX-58DX750 are £184.11 which is £8.01 more than the Hisense H55M3300 and £19.23 more than the Philips 55PUH4900/88. Show assumptions.
Worse selling
The Panasonic TX-58DX750 ranks No. 137049 by sales volume, however the Hisense H55M3300 ranks No. 4465 and the Hisense H55M7000 ranks No. 47110.
12 Reasons Against
Smaller display diagonal Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 55" TV, and so do the Hisense H55M3300 and the Hisense H55M7000. That's 3" smaller than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (55"). Read more

The display diagonal of a TV is the most common measure of screen size and is the distance from the top left to the bottom right of the visible part of a TV screen excluding any frame or border. One of the most important considerations when choosing the right screen size for your TV is the typical distance from which you will be viewing the screen. A good rule of thumb is to multiply the display diagonal by 2.5 to determine the viewing distance. So a 40 inch TV is best viewed from 100 inches away, which is equivalent to 8.3 feet or 2.54m. For home cinema setups and a truly immersive experience this ratio can be reduced to 1.2. This will give a screen size that fills 40 degrees of the viewer's field of vision. So if you viewing from a distance of 6ft (72 inches) you would need a TV display diagonal of 60 inches.

TVs with a bigger display diagonal allow you to make the most of HD content and are great for watching movies.

Not 3D Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is not 3D, however the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is 3D. Read more

3D technology has become increasingly popular as the amount of 3D film and TV content has increased dramatically in recent years. All 3D TVs will also display regular 2D content and most will allow you to switch on and off the 3D effect on 3D content. Most 3D TVs require you to wear special 3D glasses in order to view the content in 3D, however some of the newer 3D TVs require no 3D glasses at all. Of those TVs that do require glasses, there are two main types of 3D technology: passive and active. Passive 3D uses glasses similar to those that you wear in the cinema. The glasses have polarised lenses which ensure that the correct image is displayed to each eye. The main advantage of passive 3D is that the glasses are very light and comfortable to wear, but it can result in a less bright image. Active 3D uses battery powered glasses which control active shutters in each lens. These shutters constantly open and close very quickly in sync with two different images that are being displayed by the TV. This ensures that the correct image is displayed to each eye. The main advantage of active 3D is that the image is brighter, however the glasses are heavier and more expensive.

3D compatible TVs allow you to watch 3D content. For most TVs you will need to wear special glasses to see the 3D effect.

1,400Hz slower motion interpolation frequency Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is a 400Hz motion interpolation frequency TV. That's 400Hz slower than the Hisense H55M3300 (400Hz), 800Hz slower than the Hisense H55M7000 (400Hz) and 1,400Hz slower than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 (400Hz). Read more

The motion interpolation frequency is the frame rate which the TV is able to artificially create by inserting additional frames into the picture between the frames included in the original video source. Motion interpolation technology can sometimes create some unwanted side effects such glitches when the technology suddenly activates during an action scene. Most modern TVs will have an option to switch off the motion interpolation if it is not desired.

A faster motion interpolation frequency will result in smoother action scenes, less motion blur and a more life like image.

Lower RMS rated power Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 has an RMS rated power of 16W, but the Hisense H55M3300, the Hisense H55M7000 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750 are all 20W RMS rated power TVs (4W higher). Read more

RMS rated power stands for Root Mean Square rated power and it is typically used to measure the power output of the audio element of the TV.

A higher RMS rated power means that the audio system on the TV is more powerful and will be able to play the audio at higher volumes. A higher RMS power may also result in better quality audio at normal volume levels.

One less RF ports quantity Edit
The number of RF ports quantitys on the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is one, but the Hisense H55M7000 only has two RF ports quantitys. Read more

We do not know the number of RF ports quantitys on the Hisense H55M3300 or the Panasonic TX-58DX750. It is possible that they do not have any RF ports quantitys.

RF stands for Radio Frequency and an RF port is an older type of input connector for TVs which is most commonly use for connecting cable TV and satellite TV feeds directly to the TV.

Multiple RF ports will allow you to connect multiple RF feeds to the TV at the same time. For example, if the TV has a built in satellite TV decoder then you could connect 2 different satellite dishes to the TV.

One less HDMI ports quantity Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 has three HDMI ports quantitys (as does the Panasonic TX-58DX750), however the Hisense H55M7000 only has four HDMI ports quantitys. Read more

The HDMI ports quantity is the number of ports that the TV has that will accept a HDMI cable. HDMI is the most common type of cable used to connect modern TVs, DVD players, games consoles etc.

A greater number of HDMI ports will allow you to permanently connect more devices to the TV and will reduce the need to reach around the back of the TV to unplug and plug in cables when switching between devices.

Does not have a wi-Fi Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not have a wi-Fi, however the Hisense H55M3300, the Hisense H55M7000 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750 have a wi-Fi. Read more

A Wifi (wireless LAN connection) on your TV means that you can connect your TV directly to your WiFi network.

Connecting your TV will be easier and you will not need any cables.

Does not have an ethernet LAN Edit
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 does not have an ethernet LAN, but the Hisense H55M3300, the Hisense H55M7000 and the Panasonic TX-58DX750 have an ethernet LAN.
Only two processor coress Edit
The number of processor coress on the Philips 55PUH4900/88 is two, but the Panasonic TX-58DX750 only has four processor coress. Read more

We do not know the number of processor coress on the Hisense H55M3300. It is possible that it does not have any processor coress.

A lot thicker Edit
Philips 55PUH4900/88 is 79mm thick, but the Hisense H55M3300 is an 84mm thick TV (5mm thicker), the Hisense H55M7000 is a 60mm thick TV (19mm thinner) and the Panasonic TX-58DX750 is a 41mm thick TV (38mm thinner). Read more

The depth of the TV is the thickness of the TV measured from the back of the TV to the front of the TV. Curved TVs will have quite a big depth as this dimension is measured from the back of the centre of the screen to the front of the edges of the screen.

A thinner TV has the advantage of appearing more elegant and will also mean that the TV will not stick out as much when mounted on a wall.

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Eight months older
The Philips 55PUH4900/88 is older than the Hisense H55M3300 by eight months, older than the Hisense H55M7000 by eight months and older than the Panasonic TX-58DX750 by six months.

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Date Released

8 months Ago 7 months Ago 9 months Ago 16 months Ago

Running Costs Over 5 Years

Electricity cost - switched on £ 173.06
Electricity cost - standby £ 3.04
Total running cost £ 176.10
Purchase price £ 429.99
Total cost of ownership £ 606.09
Details
Electricity cost - switched on £ 205.11
Electricity cost - standby £ 3.04
Total running cost £ 208.15
Purchase price £ 649.99
Total cost of ownership £ 858.14
Details
Electricity cost - switched on £ 181.07
Electricity cost - standby £ 3.04
Total running cost £ 184.11
Purchase price £ 1,029.99
Total cost of ownership £ 1,214.10
Details
Electricity cost - switched on £ 161.84
Electricity cost - standby £ 3.04
Total running cost £ 164.88

Energy Efficiency Class

Environmental Impact

0.87T
Running this TV over 5 years will generate 0.87 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
22
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant and grow them for 10 years.
1.0T
Running this TV over 5 years will generate 1.0 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
26
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant and grow them for 10 years.
0.91T
Running this TV over 5 years will generate 0.91 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
23
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant and grow them for 10 years.
0.82T
Running this TV over 5 years will generate 0.82 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
21
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant and grow them for 10 years.

Display

Display Diagonal
55" 55" 58"
BEST
55"
HD Type
 4K Ultra HD
 4K Ultra HD
 4K Ultra HD
 4K Ultra HD
3D
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 3D
BEST
 3D
3D Type
 Active
 Active
 Active
 Active
Screen Shape
 Flat
 Flat
 Flat
 Flat
Motion Interpolation Frequency
800Hz 1,200Hz 1,800Hz
BEST
400Hz
Motion Interpolation Technology
 Smart Motion Rate (SMR)
 Smart Motion Rate (SMR)
 Smart Motion Rate (SMR)
 Smart Motion Rate (SMR)
Display Brightness
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 300 cd/m²
Screen Format Adjustments
 16:9
 4:3
 Zoom
 16:9
 4:3
 Zoom
 16:9
 4:3
 Zoom
 16:9
 4:3
 Zoom
Display Diagonal (metric)
138cm 138cm 146cm
BEST
139cm

TV Tuner

Digital Signal Format System
 DVB
 DVB-S
 DVB-S2
 DVB-T
 DVB-T2
 DVB-C
 DVB
 DVB-S
 DVB-S2
 DVB-T
 DVB-T2
 DVB-C
 DVB
 DVB-S
 DVB-S2
 DVB-T
 DVB-T2
 DVB-C
 DVB
 DVB-S
 DVB-S2
 DVB-T
 DVB-T2
 DVB-C
Tuner Type
 Analog
 Analog
 Analog
 Analog
Analog Signal Format System
 PAL
 SECAM
 NTSC
 PAL
 SECAM
 NTSC
 PAL
 SECAM
 NTSC
 PAL
 SECAM
 NTSC
Number of Tuners
2 Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data

Smart TV

Smart TV
 Smart TV
 Smart TV
 Smart TV
 Smart TV
Internet TV
 Internet TV
 Internet TV
 Internet TV
 Internet TV
Timeshift
 Timeshift
 Timeshift
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV)
 Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV)
 Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV)
 Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV)
Unknown - Click to provide data
Video Apps
 YouTube
 NetFlix
 YouTube
 NetFlix
 YouTube
 NetFlix
 YouTube
 NetFlix
Operating System Installed
 Firefox OS
 Firefox OS
 Firefox OS
 Firefox OS
My Home Screen
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 My Home Screen
Unknown - Click to provide data

Audio

Equalizer
 Equalizer
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
RMS Rated Power
20W
BEST
20W
BEST
20W
BEST
16W
Number of Loudspeakers
2 2 2 Unknown - Click to provide data
Built-In Speaker(s)
 Built-in speaker(s)
 Built-in speaker(s)
 Built-in speaker(s)
 Built-in speaker(s)
Sound Modes
 Standard
 Music
 Standard
 Music
 Standard
 Music
 Standard
 Music
Audio Decoders
 Dolby Digital
 Dolby Digital
 Dolby Digital
 Dolby Digital
Audio Decoding Technologies
 Dolby MS10
 Dolby MS10
 Dolby MS10
 Dolby MS10

Ports & Interfaces

Headphone Outputs
1 1 1 1
Common Interface Plus (CI+)
 Common interface Plus (CI+)
 Common interface Plus (CI+)
 Common interface Plus (CI+)
 Common interface Plus (CI+)
Common Interface (CI)
 Common interface (CI)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Common interface (CI)
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) Ports
1 1 1 Unknown - Click to provide data
RF Ports Quantity
Unknown - Click to provide data 2
BEST
Unknown - Click to provide data 1
SCART Ports Quantity
1 1 Unknown - Click to provide data 1
Digital Audio Optical Out
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 1 1
Composite Video in
1 1 Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Component Video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in
1 1 1 1
USB 2.0 Ports Quantity
2 2 2 2
Audio Input for DVI
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Audio input for DVI
DVI Port
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 DVI port
HDCP
 HDCP
Unknown - Click to provide data
 HDCP
 HDCP
HDMI Version
 2.0
 2.0
 2.0
BEST
 2.0
PC in (D-Sub)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 PC in (D-Sub)
HDMI Ports Quantity
4
BEST
4
BEST
3 3
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)
 VIERA Link
 VIERA Link
 VIERA Link
 VIERA Link
Audio (L,R) in
1 1 Unknown - Click to provide data 1
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
 Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
 Audio Return Channel (ARC)
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Audio Return Channel (ARC)
 Audio Return Channel (ARC)
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A Ports Quantity
1 1 1 Unknown - Click to provide data
Common Interface Plus (CI+) Version
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 1.3 Unknown - Click to provide data
RF Connector Type
 F
 C
 IEC
 F, IEC
 F
 C
 IEC
 F, IEC
 F
 C
 IEC
 F, IEC
 F
 C
 IEC
 F, IEC

Networking

Wi-Fi
 Wi-Fi
BEST
 Wi-Fi
BEST
 Wi-Fi
BEST
 Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Bluetooth
Unknown - Click to provide data
Ethernet LAN
 Ethernet LAN
BEST
 Ethernet LAN
BEST
 Ethernet LAN
BEST
 Ethernet LAN
Browsing
 Browsing
 Browsing
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data

Management Features

On/Off Timer
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 On/Off timer
Smart Modes
 Personal
 Cinema
 Dynamic
 Normal
 True Cinema
 Personal
 Cinema
 Dynamic
 Normal
 True Cinema
 Personal
 Cinema
 Dynamic
 Normal
 True Cinema
 Personal
 Cinema
 Dynamic
 Normal
 True Cinema
Firmware Upgradeable
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Firmware upgradeable
On Screen Display (OSD)
 On Screen Display (OSD)
 On Screen Display (OSD)
 On Screen Display (OSD)
Unknown - Click to provide data
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
 Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Picture Mute (for Radio)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Picture mute (for radio)
Number of OSD Languages
17 17 Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Firmware Upgradeable Via
 USB
 Auto upgrade wizard
 USB
 Auto upgrade wizard
 USB
 Auto upgrade wizard
 USB
 Auto upgrade wizard
Hotel Mode
 Hotel mode
 Hotel mode
 Hotel mode
Unknown - Click to provide data

Performance

Optical Disc Player Type
 Not included
 Not included
 Not included
 Not included
Video Formats Supported
 MP4
 AVI
 FLV
 MOV
 MPEG
 MKV
 VOB
 TS
 WEBM
 WMV
 RM
 3GP
 MPG
 VRO
 M4V
 3GPP
 PS
 MPEG1
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 H.264
 VC-1
 WMV9
 AVC
 MP4
 AVI
 FLV
 MOV
 MPEG
 MKV
 VOB
 TS
 WEBM
 WMV
 RM
 3GP
 MPG
 VRO
 M4V
 3GPP
 PS
 MPEG1
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 H.264
 VC-1
 WMV9
 AVC
 MP4
 AVI
 FLV
 MOV
 MPEG
 MKV
 VOB
 TS
 WEBM
 WMV
 RM
 3GP
 MPG
 VRO
 M4V
 3GPP
 PS
 MPEG1
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 H.264
 VC-1
 WMV9
 AVC
 MP4
 AVI
 FLV
 MOV
 MPEG
 MKV
 VOB
 TS
 WEBM
 WMV
 RM
 3GP
 MPG
 VRO
 M4V
 3GPP
 PS
 MPEG1
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 H.264
 VC-1
 WMV9
 AVC
Audio Formats Supported
 FLAC
 MP2
 MP3
 MP4
 WMA
 WAV
 WMV
 AAC++
 FLAC
 MP2
 MP3
 MP4
 WMA
 WAV
 WMV
 AAC++
 FLAC
 MP2
 MP3
 MP4
 WMA
 WAV
 WMV
 AAC++
 FLAC
 MP2
 MP3
 MP4
 WMA
 WAV
 WMV
 AAC++
Image Formats Supported
 JPG
 PNG
 GIF
 BMP
 MPO
 WEBP
 PNS
 JPS
 JPG
 PNG
 GIF
 BMP
 MPO
 WEBP
 PNS
 JPS
 JPG
 PNG
 GIF
 BMP
 MPO
 WEBP
 PNS
 JPS
 JPG
 PNG
 GIF
 BMP
 MPO
 WEBP
 PNS
 JPS
Teletext Function
 Teletext function
 Teletext function
 Teletext function
 Teletext function
Game Mode
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Game mode
Unknown - Click to provide data
Local Dimming
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Local dimming
 Local dimming
 Local dimming
Ambient Light Sensor
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Ambient light sensor
Unknown - Click to provide data
Processor Cores
Unknown - Click to provide data 4
BEST
4
BEST
2
Subtitle Formats Supported
 SUB
 SRT
 SSA
 ASS
 SMI
 TXT
 SUB
 SRT
 SSA
 ASS
 SMI
 TXT
 SUB
 SRT
 SSA
 ASS
 SMI
 TXT
 SUB
 SRT
 SSA
 ASS
 SMI
 TXT
Teletext
899 pages 899 pages 1,500 pages
BEST
1,000 pages
Video Compression Formats
 MPEG
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 MPEG
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 MPEG
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
 MPEG
 MPEG2
 MPEG4
USB Recording
 USB recording
 USB recording
 USB recording
Unknown - Click to provide data
Subtitles Function
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Subtitles function
Logical Channel Number (LCN)
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Logical Channel Number (LCN)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data

Design

Colour of Product
 Black
 Black
 Black
 Black
Signal Strength Indication
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Signal strength indication

Ergonomics

VESA Mounting Interfaces
 200 x 200
 200 x 200
 200 x 200
 200 x 200
VESA Mounting
 VESA mounting
 VESA mounting
 VESA mounting
 VESA mounting

Power

Power Consumption (typical)
108W 128W 113W 101W
BEST
Power Consumption (standby)
0.5W 0.5W 0.5W 0.5W
Energy Efficiency Class
 A
BEST
 A
 A
BEST
 A
BEST
Annual Energy Consumption
158kWh Unknown - Click to provide data 156kWh 148kWh
BEST
Power Consumption (off)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 0.3W
AC Input Voltage
 20-24
 20-24
 20-24
 20-24
AC Input Frequency
 50
 50
 50
 50

Certificates

Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Certified
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified
Unknown - Click to provide data
RoHS Compliance
Unknown - Click to provide data
 RoHS compliance
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Specification
 DMS
 DMP
 DMR
 RUI 2.0
 DTCP-IP
 DMS
 DMP
 DMR
 RUI 2.0
 DTCP-IP
 DMS
 DMP
 DMR
 RUI 2.0
 DTCP-IP
 DMS
 DMP
 DMR
 RUI 2.0
 DTCP-IP

Weight & Dimensions

Depth
84mm 60mm 41mm
BEST
79mm
Weight
15.5kg 19.6kg 23kg 15.3kg
BEST
Package Weight
21kg 26.2kg Unknown - Click to provide data 20kg
BEST
Weight With Stand
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 24kg 15.6kg
BEST
Depth (with Stand)
241mm 218mm 234mm 211mm
BEST
Height (with Stand)
755mm
BEST
763mm 805mm 764mm
Width (with Stand)
1,235mm
BEST
1,235mm
BEST
1,290mm 1,239mm
Height
717mm 713mm 753mm 725mm
Width
1,235mm 1,235mm 1,290mm 1,239mm
Package Height
833mm 860mm 857mm 830mm
BEST
Package Width
1,365mm 1,382mm 1,494mm 1,330mm
BEST

Packaging Content

Desktop Stand
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Desktop stand
 Desktop stand
Batteries Included
 Batteries included
 Batteries included
Unknown - Click to provide data
 Batteries included
Handheld Remote Control
 Handheld remote control
 Handheld remote control
 Handheld remote control
 Handheld remote control
Battery Type
Unknown - Click to provide data AAA Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Cables Included
 AC
 AC
 AC
 AC
Quick Start Guide
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Quick start guide
Manual
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Manual
Unknown - Click to provide data

Operational Conditions

Operating Temperature (T-T)
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 5 - 35

Technical Details

LED Backlight
 LED backlight
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
Light Sensor
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data
 Light sensor

Other Features

USB Ports Quantity
Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data Unknown - Click to provide data 2
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