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Royal Philips Electronics, the official name of this global company. They were founded in 1891 by the brothers Gerard and Anton Philips in Eindhoven, in the Netherlands. It is one of the world’s biggest electronics companies and Europe’s largest, with sales of $28.8 billion (€32.3 billion) in 2001. With headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. They currently employ employed 161,586 people in more than 60 countries. Philips is a global leader in color television sets, lighting, electric shavers, color picture tubes for televisions and monitors, and one-chip TV products. One of Philips biggest successes was the launch of the compact disc in partnership with Sony in 1983. Some of Philips biggest failures have been the compact audio cassette tape, the V2000 format failured big time against Betamax and especially VHS. In 1991, Philips introduced the CD-i, a video-game consoles that had few too many games, and bombed.

 

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Posted on 15 / 08 / 2003

I bought this "28" Philips pure flat virtual dolby widescreen tv a couple of weeks ago for £550 and it has excellent sound and good picture. I did have problems tuning the television into sky digital but apart this it has been trouble free. I option I really like with this Philips television is Smart Sound effects which means I choose between a variety of audio effects with the touch of the remote button, and which virtual dolby sound it's much better than our previous nicam televsion. Other useful options is the picture size option of either 4:3 or 16:9 format broadcasts in your preferred format. I am I am very pleased with my Philips television.

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Kevin Moore, Essex