- Dimensiones del producto: 115,6 x 79,2 x 33,5 cm ; 31,3 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: 42PFL5603D/27
- ASIN: B00140P90G
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 12 de abril de 2009
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Philips 42PFL5603D - Televisión Full HD, Pantalla LCD 42 pulgadas
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AV 1: Audio L/R in, YPbPr
AV 2: Audio L/R in, YPbPr
AV 3: CVBS in, S-Video in
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 64,5 cm
Altura del paquete: 79,3 cm
Altura dispositivo (con soporte; pulg.): 71,6 cm (28.2")
Ancho: 104,6 cm
Ancho del dispositivo (con soporte): 104,6 cm
Ancho del paquete: 105,1 cm
Anchura dispos. (con soporte; pulg.): 104,6 cm (41.2")
Audio digital, salida coaxial: 1
Bloqueo para niños: Si
Brillo de pantalla: 500 cd / m²
Cantidad de bandas en ecualizador: 5
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Certificado Energy Star: Si
Conexiones frontales / laterales: HDMI, S-video in, CVBS in, Audio L/R in, Headphone out, USB
Conexiones multimedia: USB
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 1 W
Consumo energético: 265 W
Diagonal de la pantalla: 106,7 cm (42")
Entrada de S-Video: 2
Entrada de audio (L,R): 4
Entrada de audio para PC: No
Entrada de video compuesto: 1
Entrada para antena: 75ohm F-type
Escaneado progresivo: Si
Filtro peine: 3D
Formato de pantalla, ajustes: 4:3, 14:9, 16:9, Zoom
Formatos de imagen soportados: JPG
Guía electrónica de programación: Si
HDMI 1: v1.3
HDMI 3: Analog audio L/R in, HDMI v1.3
Interfaces de montaje VESA: 400 x 400 mm
Interfaz común: No
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 5 - 40 °C
Mando a distancia: Si
Manual de usuario: Si
Mejoras de conectividad: HDMI-CEC
Máxima resolución: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Número de altavoces: 4
Número de puertos HDMI: 4
PC (D-Sub): No
Peso: 20,2 kg
Peso con stand: 24 kg
Peso del paquete: 30,1 kg
Potencia estimada RMS: 25 W
Profundidad: 8,84 cm
Profundidad del paquete: 33,3 cm
Profundidad disp. (con soporte; pulg.): 26,2 cm (10.3")
Puerto DVI: No
Radio FM: No
Reducción de ruido: Si
Relación de aspecto: 16:9
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 29000:1
Reloj integrado: Si
Requisitos de energía: 110-240V, 50-60Hz
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Salidas para auriculares: 1
Sistema de audio: Dolby Digital, BBE
TV bandas soportada: Hyperband, UHF
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: No
Tecnología de mejora de sonido: IncredibleSurround
Temporizador de apagado: Si
Tiempo de respuesta: 5 ms
Tipo HD: Full HD
Tipo de cable: QAM
Tipo de control remoto: TV
Tipo de reproductor de disco óptico: No se incluye
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) entrada: 2
montaje VESA: Si
Ángulo de visión, horizontal: 178°
Ángulo de visión, vertical: 178°
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After reading a few conflicting spec reports, the Phillips 42 does in fact have a 5ms seek time. Some sites you will see have it listed at 8ms but this is incorrect. The 5ms is amazing when watching sports or playing games. There are roughly no 'trails' or inconsistent images.
The trim around the TV does not glow or light up as some earlier reports suggested (before the release)
Software like the 3D engine and HD Natural Motion is very stable and looks great when watching HD content. Infact it takes a bit to get used to it, being that image panning is very very smooth.
Software like Dynamic Contrast and Active Control were kind of useless to me because when these features are active you can actually see the screen adjusting. It seemed annoying to me and at first and I thought there was something wrong with the set. However they are easily defeated (turned off) and it worked fine after the adjustment was made.
The software also gives you a setup assistant feature which quickly walks through the setting up of the color. It shows you different split screens and asks your opinion on which looks better. After a few of these are answered the TV automatically adjusts itself according to your choices. I think this is a nice feature for those who do not like to 'tweak settings' over and over again. The picture was close to perfect in my opinion after running the setup assistant.
If you are not planning on mounting the set to a wall the stand is very cool. It allows you to 'swivel' the TV up to about 30º in either direction. My TV is located in the middle of the room however my couch is off to the right side. So having the ability to rotate the TV so that I am looking at it in direct line of site is very handy especially when playing games! :)
Fit and finish of the Phillips is superb and as the marketing swill says, it really does look great in any room. My wife was concerned that it was too big for our space however once it was set up she really enjoyed the sleek and subtle design features.
The Remote is pretty basic and cannot be programmed for other devices. I also found that off axis operation (when not pointing directly at the TV) causes inconsistent results. My sense is the remote does not send out a high enough powered IR signal because the issue goes away when I use my logitech universal remote.
As far as power consumption goes, all I can attest to is the fact that it does not get very hot which leads me to believe the power levels are clean however it is hard to tell without proper test equipment. There is a 'powersaver' mode which drastically ramps down the contrast and is only really good in a very dark room. I rarely use this as I prefer my color settings. Even the lower contrast one I created for 'movie mode' still performs better then the preset powersave mode.
Overall quality of the sound is pretty good and in my opinion completely adequate for most situations and/or users. I used the TV for over 2 weeks before setting up my surround sound system and never felt I was missing out. The speakers are not terribly loud so if you are someone who is looking for that full movie experience with explosions so real the cops are called, well, then you will definitely want to invest in a 5.1 or 7.1 surround system. The built-in subwoofers are rear firing so you may want to be careful about judging the resonance in the next room if the rooms share a wall or if you share a wall with a neighbor. The subs don't have too much power so in most cases it should be fine but should be considered.
Amount of Inputs are great. It has 3 HDMI, 2 component and 2 composite. It even has a USB port so you can plug in portable media and display photos and things however I have not used this feature. The only thing I wish is if it had a Digital or Optical sound in but I am sure Phillips felt if you needed that kind of quality you would use it with a Surround System.
Overall a great TV and solid buy for the money. Hope this helped. Good luck!
I connected my killowatt meter to measure the consumption in power saving mode and sure enough, it consumes between 65watts to 75watts. I looked at CNET's charts that compared power consumption and this beat all other LCD's and Plasma's by a HUGE margin in power consumption (even screens that are much smaller than this). I didn't notice the picture quality go down w/ the power saving mode, it just got slightly dimmer.
The video processing features are nice too, though I disabled the natural motion option (it made movies have a weird appearance to me, kind of like a reality show... hard to describe).
I definitely would recommend this 42PFL5603D LCD TV.
Here's the average power consumption details that I tested for each TV mode (mine is usually set to Power Save):
Power Saving Mode = 72 watts
Sports = 227 watts
Standard = 140 watts
Movie = 140 watts
Game = 210 watts
I am a big gamer, so I wanted to buy a tv that could handle the games I push on it, it handled everything. You should see how good Halo and Gears of War looks on this TV...WoW!!
I was gonna buy the Samsung 120hz TV which cost about $500 more than this one, but I did my research (which I suggest you do) and a lot of companies (including cnet) said that the 120hz is just a gimmick. Cnet said that they had put a bunch of 120hz tv's with a bunch of 60hz tv's and it didn't show much of a diffrence. Based on this, I decided to pay less for my TV and go with this one. The 120hz was the only thing that I was gonna pay $500 more for the samsung, everything else was the same on the Philips and the samsung.
So, now on to the Pro's and Con's:
Pro: Great picture (after it learns, takes about 1 day tops)
Plays very well on video games
Should I even have to tell you about DVD's, I think not...Awesome.
Blue-Ray (if DVD's are awesome, then Blue-rays r out of this world)
Really easy to set up
User friendly controls
Connected to my At&t u-verse remote easily
Cons: The audio is the only con (I bought a sound bar at Target and it is easy to hook up. The sound could have been better, but all the pros. outway the sound issue, so I wouldn't worry so much about that. It does have good sound for a small room, but not for a large living area).
I do recommend this TV, it is a people friendly, 3-D watchin', out of this world adventure :)