Philips 5000 series LED-LCD TV 39PFL5708 39" class/po Full HD 1080p with Pixel Plus HD and DTS TruSurround is rated
2.4 out of
Rated 1 out of
2yearsBarely 2 years old then nothing.No picture or sound. TV Repair man said it was recyclable.Thanks I'll buy Japanese product next time
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 1 out of
Didn't Last ...Bought the 40PFL5708/F7 - Didn't last 2 years - it has no picture. No picture, out of warranty... NEVER buy another PHILLIPS product again.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 2 out of
No pictureBought the 32PFL5708F7 in April, 2004 and now (Oct. 4, 2015,) it has no picture. No picture, out of warranty... I find it hard to recommend.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 5 out of
Great CompanyI give it five stars across the board. I really don't know what the other reviewer is talking about. The picture is one of, if not, the best I have ever seen
Date published: 2014-11-04
Rated 3 out of
Great visual quality, but the "Net TV" is buggy with major issues.The visual quality and options are great but if you plan to connect this TV to the internet or a network, then i don't recommend it at all. Trying to run apps or netflix on it is extremely frustrating. The TV will randomly turn its self on after you shut it down, which is a little freaky. When shutting down the screen will turn off and the sound continues playing for 5-6 min after its off. The connection often disconnects randomly causing you to restart it with long spells of "no connection" times on a problem free network. The UUID resets every time you turn the TV on, which causes Windows computers on the same network to register it as a new device every restart. My Device mangier currently shows 1,967 Philips TV's on my list which must be removed one at a time. The updates have to be manually installed and often don't fix any of the issues. Long loading times, often the remote will double click in apps causing navigation errors. The list goes on, but its all Net TV related issues from what I've noticed.