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Philips 75PFL6601 Review
|$460 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 69?
At over a year old this TV is slightly out of date, and newer televisions with more up to date technology are available.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.
It has running costs of $460 over 5 years, which puts it in the most expensive 1% of all 4,333 TVs that we have compared it to. View all energy saving TVs.
This TV has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:
Philips 75PFL6601 In-Depth Analysis
High Running Costs
Based on typical usage levels and energy prices we estimate that the 75PFL6601 will cost $460 over 5 years to run, which makes it one of the more expensive to run televisions.
Larger Than Average Display Diagonal
The display diagonal of the Philips 75PFL6601 of 75" is very large compared to most other TVs. It is larger than 97% of all televisions when sorted by this feature. The average display diagonal of all televisions is 46", with the smallest being 13" and the largest being 110".
The highest resolution of the 75PFL6601 is 4K. That's over four times the resolution of a Full HD TV, which is the most common resolution. The resolution of all TVs ranges from HD Ready (worst) to 8K (best). 4K Ultra HD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
4K Ultra HD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Does Not Feature OLED/QLED Technology
The 75PFL6601 does not feature OLED/QLED technology. 98% of TVs also do not feature OLED/QLED technology.
The Philips 75PFL6601 is not 3D, although this is within the context that 75% of TVs are also not 3D.
Thicker Than Average
Across all the televisions the thicknesses range from 1.7mm to 100mm, and the average thickness is 60mm. The Philips 75PFL6601's thickness of 68.6mm is thicker than average when compared to most other TVs. It is in the thickest 32% of all TVs when ordered by this feature.
The 75PFL6601 supports Wi-Fi. 61% of TVs also support Wi-Fi.
Supports Netflix and YouTube
The 75PFL6601 has a greater number of video apps than most TVs. This TV supports Netflix, which is the most commonly supported video app supported by televisions. The video app "YouTube" is also supported by this television.
Average Contrast Ratio (typical)
The contrast ratio (typical) of the 75PFL6601 of 1,200 is relatively average compared to most other TVs. It is higher than 61% of all TVs when sorted by this feature.
Has an Equalizer
The 75PFL6601 has an equalizer. 92% of TVs do not have an equalizer.
Supports Parental Controls
The 75PFL6601 supports parental controls, which is unusual. 87% of televisions do not support parental controls.
Supports High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)
The Philips 75PFL6601 supports High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP), which is unusual. 78% of televisions do not support High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
Slower Than Average Response Time
The response time of the Philips 75PFL6601 of 8ms is slower than average when compared to most other TVs. It is in the slowest 35% of all TVs when ordered by this feature. The fastest response time of TVs is 0.1ms, the slowest is 50ms, and the average response time is 6.9ms.
3840 X 2160 Pixels Display Resolution
The highest display resolution supported by the Philips 75PFL6601 is 3840 x 2160 pixels. That's over four times the resolution of a 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels TV, which is the most common resolution supported by televisions. In addition, this Philips television supports a display resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels. Across all TVs the resolution ranges from 366 x 768 pixels (worst) to 5120 x 2160 pixels (best).
Has a Child Lock
The 75PFL6601 has a child lock, which is unusual. 88% of TVs do not have a child lock.
Has a PC in (D-Sub) Port
The 75PFL6601 has a PC in (D-Sub) port, unlike 70% of TVs which do not have a PC in (D-Sub) port.
Very Slow Motion Interpolation Frequency
The slowest motion interpolation frequency of TVs is 50Hz, the fastest is 3,000Hz, and the average motion interpolation frequency is 450Hz. The motion interpolation frequency of the 75PFL6601 of only 120Hz is slower than 70% of all TVs when sorted by this feature.