Here is the ranking of the best products for the Television 50 Inch category :
UNITED TV television (Full Matrix LED Light: it is the most purchased
TCL 50C715K 50 Inch QLED Television: silver medal for this product, the average review is from 4,1 with 258 reviews
Philips Ambilight 50PUS8545/12 50-Inch LED TV (4K UHD: third position for this product, with a average review from users 4,6 with 941 reviews
UNITED TV television (Full Matrix LED Light, Tripl...
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UNITED TV television (Full Matrix LED Light, Triple Tuner, Freeview HD,Freesat HD, CI+, HDMI, USB, Q.Box Sound System) LED50DU58 (50 inch) 2021 Model
- Watch your favorite movies in 4K HDR quality! This resolution allows you to discover the potential of the image. Imagine being able to capture every moment while watching action movies! 4K for the best TV quality!
- The highest sound quality The Q.box system used in the LED50DU58 model allows you to bring out a sacred quality. Feel a unique experience while watching your favorite movies and programs.
- Create your own home cinema! The 50-inch TV provides us with a clear, bright picture without distortions and noise. If you want the highest quality and modern features, choose a larger TV. United 50 is the best solution!
- Enjoy amazing picture quality while watching your favorite movies and series. Expressive colors, perfect contrasts and deep blacks make watching action movies, programs and sports games take a new form.
- LED Technology - be eco friendly with your tv UNITED. LED backlighting delivers exceptional brightness and richer colors and deeper blacks too, and LEDs offer greater energy efficiency.
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TCL 50C715K 50 Inch QLED Television, 4K Ultra HD H...
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TCL 50C715K 50 Inch QLED Television, 4K Ultra HD HDR 10+ Dolby Vision, Smart Android TV with Freeview Play, Prime Video, Hands-Free Voice Control, Frameless Design, Works with Google Assistant & Alexa
- QLED & 4K HDR PREMIUM & HDR 10+: Quantum dot technology delivers a billion different colours and shades for exceptionally vivid and lifelike picture performance. Featuring cutting edge High Dynamic Range technology, this TV delivers striking brightness, exceptional resolution, and vivid colours. HDR 10+ ensures that every scene is perfectly framed, with colours, contrast, and brightness that are optimised to create just the right atmosphere.
- SMART TV equipped with Android 9.0: This enables viewers to use apps such as Google Home, YouTube and Netflix in glorious 4K resolution, including Prime Video and Freeview Play. While Chromecast allows to CAST media from one device to another.
- HANDS FREE VOICE CONTROL: TCL Android TVs come with Google Assistant built in and also work with Alexa. Using just your voice, you can choose content, launch apps, turn on your set, and switch inputs, search for movies, and much more.
- DOLBY VISION - ATMOS: Allowing cinema fans to achieve a cinema-style level of audio and visual performance in their own homes.
- WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY: Stream or mirror content easily, connect external devices with Bluetooth, T-Cast, Chromecast, HDMI, and USB.
A great TV for the price.
Pretty please with the TV on the whole. It NEEDS calibrating out of the box. There is a TCL calibration app. But I couldn't get it to pair with the TV so did it manually. Movie mode preset is the closest to the correct image. It's not a TV I could recommend for general SD broadcast viewing. You're upscaling an SD image by a factor of 16. But for HD and above, Sreaming, Blu Rays. They all look great! The HDR is fantastic for the price. The TV gets very bright so you're able to actually make full use of the HDR features. Unlike a lot of other HDR TVs in this price range. It doesn't have independent brightness and backlight control which would be nice. Hopefully that can come with a firmware update. The built in speakers are nice enough. Seem to have a decent range on them. Better than the old sound bar I was using. But I can't speak to how good it is with a home theater set up. Lots of built in apps and apps that you can add. I've unplugged the fire stick because they're all already built-in or can be easily installed. It's not the fastest TV in the world. Does take a little while to boot up and has the occasional lag when going to the home screen. But nothing that's going to make you angry. Internet connection is far superior when using an ethernet cable and I'd suggest it needs at least a download speed of 30mbs to stream 4k HDR content. Overalls really pleased bar a few small things that (stop this from being a perfect 5) will hopefully be easily fixed with updates In the future. I don't think you'll find a better TV for the price.
For your consideration!
Firstly, to be a douche, you will unpack this TV, set it up eagerly and be a little disappointed...And you won't be sure if it is justified...And that actually makes sense! I had 2 1080p Tv's, that had very distinct capabilities, and when first turning this Tv on, I was underwhelmed by the pic and playback and felt my older TVs were better. But then I started to appreciate that what I am getting is 10 years newer tech, but isn't going to put the actors physically in my living room, at which point I realised I had to be realistic! So onto realism, its light and sharp, some darks are faded compared to 1080p, but that's the big point....You have to configure the TV to your room, no if's and but's, no using pre-sets (in fact on 4k tvs they are useless!) you have to configure it for your own room environment! And when you do...You have to forget what you are used to! Just think about that, that's giving a blind man sight, he likes it, but has no clue what to see colour wise! There is an app (iPq) for TCl Tv's but I couldn't get it to work o n my motorola G7 Power nor Samsung S6, so in the end did what a lot probably do...I went with what I liked and wasn't afraid to try different things, and change inputs. It is a good example of this Tv that if you change something (like Brightness), it shows you immediately so you know if you want to keep it, very handy! I think at this point it worth reiterating, I bought my last Tv 10 years ago, if you are newer to the market, none of this is new or of use, in fact you probably expect better, so please bear that in mind! Then, onto Netflix, I upgraded to 4k for 1 month to test it, visually, yeah its ok, bear in mind I use it as a PC screen, so this may impact some quality (though I did test direct as well with not much difference), however, and I cannot stress this enough, when my oldest 1080p tv was failing, the sound went first and I bought a sound bar, it is amazing and sorted the issue, however, this Tv has unbelievable audio, I know it 'should' as it has Dolby surround, but there is a big difference between should and does usually, and this really does! the audio is phenomenal! So, should you buy this? I bought it and paid more for the QLED, I dont really know if I am getting my money's worth, but I am ok with that, but if you know better, then maybe all you will be buying is good audio! Oh and my cheap sound bar won't work with this Tv either, so if you have a big audio set up, be wary! For me it's great, but I do have to make accommodations, for me thats ok, but for some, paying so much you may expect simply to have it do all you expect and rightly so! Oh and just so you know, You must have a decent HDMI cable, I had a cheap one and it kept blacking out, which is very annoying! By this I mean it would go black screen, then come back on with the source shown top right, if this happens, it is a poor transfer rate with your HDMI cable and can only be resolved by buying a better cable!
Good value, not perfect
Bought this from Amazon Warehouse for £552. Mostly happy with the TV, though only had it a few days. First and foremost, the picture seems fine to me, whether using it to watch progs or with my PS4. For those considering Xbox Series X/S / PS5, this TV has HDMI 2.0 and caps at 60 fps at 4K. The UI seems responsive, though the remote does need to be pointed right at the receiver, which is beneath the screen, in the middle. The app list does not include Now TV, which is a bit disappointing, but seems to have the other TV apps my wife and I use. Some apps, like Disney+, are installed through the "TCL Channel" app, but you are then able to add them to the home screen by favouriting with a long press on the "OK" button. Doesn't seem to be a line out, for audio. If I find any of this is wrong, or a way around an issue, I'll update. I initially wanted a TV with 120 fps, HDMI 2.1 ports and a 55" screen. Options seemed to be thin on the ground below £1500, which was beyond what I was prepared to pay for a TV, so this is a compromise, but, so far, it seems to be a decent one.
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Philips Ambilight 50PUS8545/12 50-Inch LED TV (4K ...
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Philips Ambilight 50PUS8545/12 50-Inch LED TV (4K UHD, P5 Engine, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR 10+, Freeview Play, Compatible with Alexa, Android TV) Mid Silver/Light Silver (2020/2021 Model)
- With this 4K TV and 3-sided Ambilight, your screen will feel bigger than it is. Moreover, this means less eyestrain when watching TV.
- Get the most out of your Philips TV with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. The sound is crystal-clear and the picture is as sharp as in the cinema.
- Thanks to the P5 Perfect Picture Engine and HDR 10+, the 50-inch TV delivers bright and brilliant content with noticeably more depth. Ambient temperature: 5°C to 35°C
- The Philips Ambilight TV has it all. Thanks to Android, you can stream your favourite films, download apps from the Google Play store, or command all Google Assistant-compatible smart home devices.
- Included in delivery: Philips 50PUS8545/12 50-inch LED television (2020/2021 model); remote control, batteries, power cord, quick start guide, legal and safety brochure, table top stand
If you have the space, just buy it.
I love this tv. Some background before I write about this tv. I purchased a top of the range 65" LG OLED about a year ago and was very impressed with the true blacks a picture until a vertical line appeared from top to bottom of the screen near the left hand side and once you notice something like that you can't unsee it. It was so annoying and knowing the drawbacks lile burn in with oled, I returned the tv. I wanted to take some time to wait for manufacturers to release new 2020 tvs before making a new purchase, so as a stop gap I purchased a 55" Philips ambilight for £400, which I thought was a great deal. I was so impressed with the tv for price and loved the ambilight. The pictures quality was great and the only difference from oled was the blacks are more grey because of the backlight behind the screen, although with some settings adjustment it's barely noticed. I liked the tv so much and wanted a larger screen I purchased this one as it was on a deal for £850 and I absolutely love it. The P5 picture processor works great when watching sports or fast motion. The android operating system is much better than Philips saphi OS. Just a lot easier to use and the ability to side load apks from the usb using your own hard drive. The in build apps are great and the dolby vision on Netflix is just amazing. The remote is nicely weighted and has a mic in built for Google assistant or alexa, which I haven't tried yet. The stand also comes with extendeders, so instead of the tv sitting right on the feet, you can swap this out with slightly larger ones which raise the tv up from the feet by a few inches and it looks great on the tv stand. I cannot recommend this tv enough. So many features, android is simple and easy to use the picture quality is great and I can't do without ambilight anymore. My final point is this tv is hundreds of pounds cheaper than most of the top of the range competitors but in my opinion, it's just as good.
Overall a good TV
Bought this to replace my mum's aging Samsung. The picture is very good and the Ambilight feature is fantastic, however, I'm a little bit concerned about the Android 9 OS. I've had to reboot the TV twice as one of the apps crashed, the built in web browser, also the TV would not power on properly and suddenly rebooted itself...I hope these issues are resolved in a future update.
4k true 10bit panel for best colour reproduction
Philips Ambilight 43PUS8545 Picture= 5/5 (43" 4k true 10bit panel is great, Try playing Blue planet on this thing, picture has great colour, real depth to the image shown, great colour reproduction) sound= 4/5 (no sound bar required here) Ambilight = 5/5 ( adds something extra to the experience operating system= android tv, I really like it, its nicely presented, easy to use, all the apps I could wish for which are here...bbc iplayer, itv hub, more4, five On-demand, netflix and prime video, you have the google play store here also for further apps, the philips app store just ignore it, it hasn't improved since my last tv specs= quad core cpu, 3gb of ram, 16gb onboard storage, 43" 4k true 10bit panel, not the (8+FRC) upscale that most manufacturers use. Im really glad I took the jump on this Tv, I was darting back and forwards between options but I felt £450 for a true 4k 10bit panel was a steal, the app store hasn't disappointed, its nippy, the controller feels quality and responsive, Im really happy with this buy overall.
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