Philips 39” or 40" 1080p LED TV w/NetTV

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Philips 39" or 40" 1080p LED TV w/NetTV
Price: $279.99 - 319.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Monday, Jan 27 to Thursday, Jan 30) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Check out some reviews for the 39 inch TV
Product Page

cnet calls the 39" model “OK”

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Check out the product pagefor the 40" model

So until these TV’s are all gone, there won’t be a “sellout” category? Why aren’t these in tech or home?

I own four refurbished Philips LED TV’s. Two were purchased on Woot and the others directly from the company. I have never had any problems with them at all and they are great TV’s. I would buy this 39" right now if I needed a TV. The two TV’s previously purchased from Woot have netTV and it works great. Hard to beat.

The specs on this woot product site say this hdtv has a 120hz refresh rate, but when I research these model numbers on the internet; Amazon, Walmart, and Philips webstites all say it is only a 60hz refresh rate?

Is the model number wrong? Or is the refresh rate listed here wrong? Or is Amazon, Walmart, and Philips wrong?

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I don’t have either of these particular TVs but I have purchased (from woot!) a 22" and 32" Philips referb. Both have been excellent and both are still going strong several years later.

The real question here is, is this really a good deal? a 43’ Samsung Plasma is $379 everywhere and even at 720p is so much more pleasing to look at. I have bought two 43" and one 50" 1080p Samsung plasmas and again, for movies, sports, and a room that’s not too bight, they are the best viewing experience.

So $319 for the 40" refurb save your pennies a few more weeks and get a new 43" plasma. Your choice.

This may be a silly question but do both of these connect through wifi?

The spec tab says it uses wifi-n. This means it should work with most modern wifi routers. I’m still researching why everyone else says these tvs have a 60hz refresh rate but woot says these are 120hz.

this is an important question. if anyone has it, or a woot moderator can check, that would be great.

Video play back by USB:Playback Formats

    JPEG Still pictures
    MP3
    H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
    MPEG 4 SP/ASP
    MPEG1
    MPEG2

PDF for the Owners manual: http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/4/40pfl4908_f7/40pfl4908_f7_dfu_aen.pdf

According to Owners Manual its 60Hz

And the Philips website:

http://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/39PFL2608_F7/39-inch-class-po/specifications

what is the warranty on this factory refurbished TV?

90 days

Can you install amazon instant video on these sets?

Asked the set up peeps, they say: Philips calls it 120Hz Perfect Motion Rate which is a simulated 120Hz refresh rate. We call them both 120Hz PMR which is correct.

Whats a good affordable wall mount that would go good with the 39" for most flush look?

Will this work with Amazon Prime instant video?