If you like streaming,
you'll love the P5

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Source Perfection


Visual imperfections such as noise and artefacts can be seen in almost all television content. The P5 corrects these, reducing noise without introducing annoying blurring and eliminating banding by extending 8 bit video to near 14 bit precision.


Perfect Sharpness


Most pictures have a resolution that is just a fraction of the 4K that today’s screens are capable of displaying. The P5’s Detail Enhancer upscaling algorithm solves this by transforming content into a sharper Ultra HD picture. The result is a more refined image with noticeably more depth and dimension.

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Perfect Colour


The 10 bit colour processing used in most TVs restricts the range of colours that can be shown, regardless of the display quality. By applying 17 bit processing, the P5 unlocks millions more colours. Saturations are more vivid and intense, while skin tones are more natural.

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Perfect Contrast


By expanding the range of contrast, the P5 can make bright parts of the image brighter and darker areas "more black". The result is a picture with more depth and preservation of detail, creating more of the feeling that you are "inside" the action.

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Perfect Motion


Film cameras capture motion by taking 24 individual photos, or "frames" each second. Because of this, we experience fast camera movements as disturbing "judder". The P5 adds three extra "in between" images to each original frame for an incredibly smooth, fluid and natural viewing experience.

Five is the magic number

In every one of our TVs there’s innovative technology working hard to create the very best picture quality. Each of them focuses on the four elements the eye can perceive: source, sharpness, color, contrast and motion.


Combined, our picture quality engines create an incredible image, regardless of the source and quality. So whether you watch YouTube or Netflix, both will be visually stunning.

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Ultra HD vs Full HD


High Definition TV comes in two forms. Ultra High Definition (UHD) and Full High Definition (FHD). With FHD your picture can be enjoyed at up to 1080p resolution with 2 million pixels. And with Philips picture processing technologies, this results in excellent picture quality. UHD 4K TV steps up the resolution by four times, giving you the best resolution possible with incredible detail and depth.

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High Dynamic Range (HDR)

Brings the image to life before your eyes


High Dynamic Range delivers a dramatically different visual experience. With astonishing brightness, incomparable contrast and captivating color, images come to life with much greater brightness while also featuring much deeper, more nuanced darks. It renders a fuller palette of rich new colors never before seen on TV, giving you a visual experience that engages your senses and inspires emotions. Perfect for cinema lovers and movie junkies!