Philips' New LCD TV: Fuzzy Feelings
The Good: Easy setup, plentiful component inputs, life-like color reproduction, excellent price
The Bad: Picture softer than on rival LCD sets; component inputs oddly placed
The Bottom Line: Reliable mid-range set with neat ambient light feature, but big-name rivals deliver better picture
Setting up the latest HD TV from , I couldn't help but think how apt the company was in choosing its slogan, "Sense and Simplicity." Where many TV makers force their customers to suffer through a long and confusing setup, Philips offers one of the easiest on the market. Despite a tongue-twister of a name, the Philips 42PFL7432D/37 continues that tradition.
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