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Default FS: Philips 50PFL7956T 50 3D Full HD LED TV aspect ratio 21:9 (London, UK)

The Philips 50PFL7956T 50 3D Full HD LED TV with 21:9 aspect ratio,
allows you to watch films in the same aspect ratio as in the cinema.
Ambilight technology automatically adjusts the brightness and colour
to match the picture giving you an immersive viewing experience. With
the lowest power consumption in its category this TV is on the short
list for Best TV 2011 in the Pocket-Lint Gadget Awards.

Click to check availability: http://www.hificonfidential.co.uk/pr...oducts_id=3428

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products, including hi-fi components, 3D televisions and Blu-ray
players. Discounts for customers who buy in-store and free delivery on
most large items.


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