Despite two full ranges of 3D ready TVs in their 9000 and 8000 series, Philips seems to have managed to create a surprisingly limited amount of interest in their extra dimensional screens.
Even the recent announcement that there will also be a 3D-ready version of their impressive 'cinema proportioned' Philips Cinema 21:9 TV later this year has caused barely a ripple of excitement.
Despite the Dutch manufacturers reputation for innovation and technical excellence, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony have managed to create much more of a buzz around their 3D products.
Packed with high end features, it is difficult to understand why the 9000 has not caught the buying public's imagination. Perhaps Philips have missed a trick buy not offering 3D capability straight out of the box. You have to buy a 3D transmitter and glasses to enjoy the 3D experience.
Along with 3D capability, the 9000 series features 'LED Pro', a more sophisticated implementation of LED backlighting with independently controlled light clusters behind the whole of the screen rather than around its edge.
With over 75% more LED's than previous models, the 9000 incorporates over 1000 diodes within 225 independently operated LED sections which offer more precise on screen picture control.
Elsewhere the 9000 gets 400Hz frame refresh, it will be Wi-Fi capable (optional dongle available) with Philips' own version of internet connectivity, NetTV.
The 200Hz 8000 series also gets 3D, with an Edge based implementation of LED backlighting, losing some of the wi-fi functionality you get with the 9000. Both the 9000 and 8000 series get implementations of Philips' Ambilight system, which projects light from the screen edge.
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