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Philips 32PFS6401 Review
|1 Year Old|
|£35 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 72?
It has below average expert reviews and ok user reviews with an average overall rating of 57%. Hisense TVs have excellent reviews in general.
At over a year old this TV is slightly out of date, and newer televisions with more up to date technology are available. View the latest televisions 2018.
This TV has an efficiency rating of A+, and its running costs of only £35 over 5 years are in the cheapest 6% of all 4,306 televisions that we have compared it to. View all energy saving TVs.
Customers report picture quality.
It has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:
Philips 32PFS6401 In-Depth Analysis
Poor Expert Reviews
This Philips TV received an expert rating of 50 out of 100 from benchmark.pl. Experts don't rate this television very highly.
Very Good Brand
We checked 3,279 expert and user reviews (including 2,586 verified purchases) for Philips TVs and found that on average Philips has very good reviews compared to other brands. 98% of those that bought a Philips TV would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Users Report Great Picture Quality
Two customers reckoned that it had good colour saturation and two owners who reviewed the product considered that it had a good contrast ratio.
Don't believe them - the picture quality is amazing…
Worst of all - seems like settings get lost sometimes and the Dynamic Contrast gets back to on…
It was killing the colours themselves…
Turned out that the "Dynamic Contrast" setting (on by default) blows up the contrast levels, smearing details…
Really have no words to describe it! Only "Photo" mode produced something closer to distinguishable details and remotely correct colours…
Running Costs Are Very Low
This television has an efficiency rating of A+. The 32PFS6401 is one of the most economic to run TVs that we have analysed for 5 year running costs. Based on average energy prices and usage levels, we estimate the 5 year running cost of the 32PFS6401 is only £35.
Released Over a Year Ago
Philips released the 32PFS6401 in March 2016.
Only Full HD
The display resolution of this TV is Full HD, which is typical of many TVs. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Smaller Than Average Display Diagonal
Across all the TVs the display diagonals range from 13" to 110", and the average display diagonal is 46". The display diagonal of the 32PFS6401 of only 32" is smaller than 83% of all TVs when sorted by this feature.
Does Not Feature OLED/QLED Technology
The 32PFS6401 does not feature OLED/QLED technology, although this is within the context that 98% of TVs also do not feature OLED/QLED technology.
Like most other TVs, the 32PFS6401 is not 3D. 75% of TVs are not 3D.
Thicker Than Average
The 32PFS6401's thickness of 77mm is thicker than 78% of all TVs when sorted by this feature. The average thickness of all TVs is 60mm, with the thinnest being 1.7mm and the thickest being 100mm.
The 32PFS6401 supports Wi-Fi, as do 61% of TVs.
Has an Audio Input for DVI
The 32PFS6401 has an audio input for DVI, which is unusual. 93% of TVs do not have an audio input for DVI.
Features Ambient Lighting
The 32PFS6401 features ambient lighting, unlike 98% of TVs which do not feature ambient lighting.
Supports Interactive TV
The Philips 32PFS6401 supports interactive TV, unlike 94% of TVs which do not support interactive TV.
Features USB Recording
The 32PFS6401 features USB recording, unlike 90% of TVs which do not feature USB recording.
Not Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Certified
Like most other TVs, the 32PFS6401 is not Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified. 62% of TVs are not Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified.
Supports Video On Demand (VOD)
The Philips 32PFS6401 supports video on demand (VOD), unlike 97% of TVs which do not support video on demand (VOD).
Supports a YouTube Video App
The 32PFS6401 has a greater number of video apps than most televisions. The most frequently supported video app is Netflix, but this video app is not supported by this television. The video apps YouTube are also supported by this Philips TV.
Supports Picture Mute (for Radio)
The Philips 32PFS6401 supports picture mute (for radio), unlike 98% of TVs which do not support picture mute (for radio).
Features Local Dimming
The 32PFS6401 features local dimming, which is unusual. 76% of TVs do not feature local dimming.
Has a DVI Port
The Philips 32PFS6401 has a DVI port, unlike 96% of TVs which do not have a DVI port.
Supports High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)
The 32PFS6401 supports High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP), which is unusual. 78% of TVs do not support High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
Lower Than Average RMS Rated Power
The RMS rated power of the Philips 32PFS6401 of only 16W is lower than average when compared to most other TVs. It is lower than 76% of all TVs when sorted by this feature. TVs have RMS rated powers of between 2W and 200W, and the average RMS rated power is 21W.