Watch Out: Philips Ambilight TV OLED+ 986

»Film is art, theater is life and television is furniture«, said Kenny Leon, Broadway-Regisseur once. Nothing against the cinema, but . . . oh, see for yourself.

TVs used to be pretty uncool. For decades, people stared into a tube – from a technological point of view, but also in terms of the design. It wasn’t pretty. With the new millennium came the first Ambilight model series from Philips. The technology became more sophisticated, and people wondered how they had ever been able to watch television before. For the new model series, Philips teamed up with British audio engineering company Bowers & Wilkins. And looking at this TV with high-end sound system, we have to say: progress is something wonderful.

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