1. Philips SA2820

    Philips SA2820

    Despite its three-star rating, the Philips has much to commend it – stylish looks, ease of use and dinky dimensions. But the sound quality is poor

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  2. Philips 37PFL7603D

    Philips 37PFL7603D

    We've criticised some recent Philips flatscreen TVs for being too pricey, but this 37in model offers better value and top-notch performance

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  3. Philips SPR5520

    Philips SPR5520

    Surge protection is always welcome, but not at the expense of performance – no matter how quirky a product's appearance is

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  4. Philips HTS8140

    Philips HTS8140

    As long as you're not expecting 'proper' surround sound, this is an impressive do-it-all movie player

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  5. Philips 42PFL9703

    Philips 42PFL9703

    This is one of the best 42in screens out there. Whether it's worth the money, only you can decide

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  7. Philips MCi500H

    Philips MCi500H

    The MCi500H can rip CDs to its 160GB hard disk, links to your wi-fi network for music streaming and internet radio, and delivers a big, bold sound

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  8. Philips 47PFL9603D

    Philips 47PFL9603D

    It looks pretty and pictures are excellent, but this Philips has a glut of picture options and is a bit of a pain to set up and use

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  9. Philips DVDR5570H

    Philips DVDR5570H

    A decent DVD/HDD machine is let down by poor usability and sluggish control – it’s also at the top end of the price bracket

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  10. Philips 32PFL5403D

    Philips 32PFL5403D

    Turns heads with its styling and HD pictures, but isn’t quite a complete all-rounder

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  11. Philips SHE9850

    Philips SHE9850

    Now they've had £19 knocked off the retail price, we think these buds now offer good value for the money

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