Philips OLED707 4K Ultra HD Oled TV: 48'', 55'' and 65'', DTS Play-Fi and Imax Enhanced

In addition to the announcements of the OLED Philips OLED807, Philips PUS8507 The One and Philips PUS8807 The One TV series, the manufacturer presented the Philips OLED707 last week at its European conference. Presentation.

Compared to the Philips OLED706 series marketed in 2021 and with two models, the Philips OLED707 series will have three references, the Philips 48OLED707 (48'', 122 cm), Philips 55OLED707 (55'', 140 cm) and Philips 65OLED707 (65'', 165cm).

In short, the main differences with the OLED807 TVs lie in the presence of a "classic" OLED panel and not OLED EX, a 3-sided Ambilight system and not 4-sided Ambilight, and a double stand and not a center foot.

P5 6th Gen

For the rest, we find the sixth generation of the P5 processor (see our Philips P5 Engine Gen6 processor news: HDR10+ Adaptive, Calman Ready, Ambient Intelligence, Imax Enhanced, etc.), so all the features associated with this new chip: Label Imax Enhanced, ambient light sensor, anti-marking system (to counter the Burn-In phenomenon)… Not to mention two HDMI 2.0 inputs and two HDMI 2.1 inputs with eARC compatibility, VRR (from 40 Hz to 120 Hz), HFR 4K /120, ALLM, FreeSync Premium Pro and G-Sync.

Ambilight 3 sides and HDR10+ Adaptive, HDR HLG and HDR Dolby Vision

Of course, as mentioned, the brilliant Ambilight process is still in place, active on three sides of the TV, left, right and top. Otherwise, compatibility with HDR Dolby Vision, HDR HLG and HDR10+/HDR10+ Adaptive technologies is still present. Likewise, the Smart TV function is still based on Android TV 11, still associated with Google Assistant and “Works with Alexa” certification (requires an Amazon Echo Dot type speaker).

2.1 70W sound system

As with the OLED Philips OLED807 TVs, the Philips OLED707 specimens incorporate a 2.1 audio system with a total power of 70 watts. The triple-ring type subwoofer is complemented by four passive cones to enhance bass impact. Precision, a Dolby Atmos decoder and a Dolby Atmos Virtualizer function are also required.

Still on the sound side, the Philips OLED707 TVs benefit from the DTS Play-Fi function allowing the configuration of a wireless 5.1 Home Cinema system or the integration of the TV into a multiroom system. Namely, a future Firmware update will allow the Philips OLED707 TV to be used as the central channel within a multichannel configuration.

Marketing scheduled for early July. Indicative prices still unknown.

Reminder of the key characteristics of Philips OLED707 TVs:

• 10-bit panel

• 100 Hz panel

• Ultra HD/4K panel

• Processor: P5 Perfect Picture Engine Gen6 (AI)

• P5 Perfect Sharpness Ultra Resolution function

• P5 Perfect Contrast function

• P5 Perfect Color (WCG, Wide Color Gamut) function

• Ambilight + Hue function

• Perfect Natural Reality function

• VRR function

• eARC function

• ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) function

• 4K HFR 120 function

• Compatibility HDR10 and HDR HLG

• HDR10+ compatibility

• HDR Dolby Vision compatibility

• HDCP 2.3 compatibility

• HEVC compatibility

• Dolby Atmos compatibility

• Bluetooth compatibility 5.0

• Wi-Fi ac Dual Band compatibility

• DTS-HD compatibility

• DTS Play-Fi compatibility

• HDR10+ Adaptive compatibility

• VP9 compatibility

• FreeSync Premium compatibility

• G-Sync compatibility

• Imax Enhanced certification

• Certification Filmmaker Mode

• Outputs: 1 optical

• Inputs: 2 HDMI 2.1, 2 HDMI 2.0, 1 Composite, 2 USB ports (including one 3.0), 1 Ethernet port, 1 CI+ port

• Multimedia Google Assistant

• Multimedia Works with Alexa

• Perfect Natural Motion compensation

• Peak light: approx. 800 nits

• DVB-T2 tuner

• DVB tuner -C

• DVB-S2 tuner

• Sound section: 2.1

• Power: 70 W