1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Philips 32PFL5403D

    Philips 32PFL5403D

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

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  4. 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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  5. Philips 42PFL7603D

    Philips 42PFL7603D

    A stylish, feature-packed set that looks the part and performs to an exceptionally high standard – few TVs at this size deliver a better picture

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  7. Philips 32PFL9603D

    Philips 32PFL9603D

    This TV takes some tweaking to get it performing well, but once you do, it’s capable of producing pictures to rival even the most stellar of TVs in it

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  8. Philips Aurea 42PFL9900

    Philips Aurea 42PFL9900

    Philips 'latest take on its revolutionary Ambilight technology

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  9. Philips 37PFL9603

    Philips 37PFL9603

    This new Philips Ambilight LCD TV is packed with technology, but is that enough to justify its premium price in such a competitive market?

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  10. Philips HTS-6510

    Philips HTS-6510

    Impressive picture performance and Ambisound technology spreads the sound and delivers a fair amount of detail

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  11. Philips HTS 6600

    Philips HTS 6600

    Looks aren't everything - the HTS660 fails to deliver on performance

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