Philips 40PFL5059/V7 VS Micromax 40B5000
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There are so many options in televisions in terms of type, sizes and features available today that consumers are spoilt for choices.
Most people don't pay attention to the various kinds of panels as when shopping in an electronics store, it's hard to notice any real difference but you need to consider which type suits you based on where and what you are watching. You will also need to figure out which features really matter most to you!
102 cm (40"), Full HD 1080p
- 240 Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) for superb motion sharpness
- Incredible Surround for enhanced audio enjoyment
- Rich and clear sound experience
- Seamless connectivity with 2 HDMI inputs
- Full HD LCD display for better depth and clarity
- Fantastic video, photo and music playback via USB
Equaliser, 5 Band, Speaker Placement, Integrated Speakers, SRS Sound System, Super Slim Panel
Micromax 40B5000 is a very sleek and elegant design television and very easy to mount. It has a very clear, high quality and stunning picture. Due to its resolution a true and precise color picture appears on the screen and so is the contrast from all angles with a blur-free picture. This television is featured with a 5 band equiliser that gives you a lively and surround sound atmosphere effect.
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The display resolution of a digital television, computer monitor or display device is the number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed.
A motion picture that enhances the illusion of depth perception.