Great de­sign meets cut­ting-edge tech­nol­ogy in the 803 OLED tele­vi­sion from Philips TV – soon to be­come an in­te­gral part of your liv­ing space

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‘ We de­sign prod­ucts aimed at en­rich­ing the lives of peo­ple and their homes’ Rod White, head of de­sign at Philips TV

Ev­ery el­e­ment of an in­te­rior needs to be bal­anced, which is why Philips TV be­lieves the best tech­nol­ogy de­serves a de­sign stan­dard to match. Its process fo­cuses on how each model will com­ple­ment your life­style and home. The 803 OLED TV em­bod­ies this am­bi­tion, com­bin­ing ex­cep­tional tech­nol­ogy with award-win­ning de­sign for a tele­vi­sion that fits seam­lessly into modern spa­ces.

Win­ning a cov­eted EISA Award for Best Buy in 2018-2019, the 803 OLED TV is de­signed to en­hance the am­bi­ence of your home. Its ra­zor-thin frame in­cor­po­rates Am­bi­light – in­tel­li­gent LED light­ing that projects a multi-coloured glow match­ing the im­age on screen onto your walls, cre­at­ing a truly im­mer­sive view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Un­like con­ven­tional LED TVS, the 803 OLED’S screen doesn’t need a back­light. In­stead, each pixel pro­duces its own light and colour, re­vert­ing to true black when it’s off. Colours are vivid, while de­tails have more depth. The true blacks of­fer a con­trast so ex­cep­tional that you’ll ap­pre­ci­ate ev­ery nu­ance, and mo­tion is so smooth that you’ll en­joy ev­ery bit of the drama, no mat­ter how fast the ac­tion.

This su­pe­rior vis­ual qual­ity is matched by DTS HD Pre­mium Sound, which de­liv­ers high-end au­dio pro­cess­ing for an en­velop­ing sound that pre­serves the pu­rity of the orig­i­nal con­tent, with deep bass and re­li­ably crys­tal-clear di­a­logue.

Com­bined with ef­fort­less con­trols that of­fer in­tu­itive op­er­a­tion, the re­sult is a tele­vi­sion that func­tions both as a fo­cal point and a dis­creet ad­di­tion to your liv­ing room. When ev­ery el­e­ment of your home is con­sid­ered and cu­rated to per­fec­tion, why set­tle for any­thing less?

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