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Stunning 2D picture quality.
Massive feature count.
Good sound quality.
Sharp and smooth pictures.
Strong 3D depth.
Smart TV with Web browser.
Cross-talk with 3D.
Take care with the screen.
Mild to moderate crosstalk.
Visible black crush.
Browser missing Flash support.
By PC Advisor on June 26, 2012
Buying a 46PFL9706 is a bit like adopting a puppy from the RSPCA. Owning one is uniquely rewarding, but requires a lot of effort. The TV’s Ambilight system is terrific, and picture quality can be outstanding, but there are issues regarding the...80
By theregister.co.uk on June 21, 2012
Overall, the 46PFL970T can be filed under technically adventurous but not entirely practical. That the moth eye filter works is not in doubt, but it clearly comes at a cost. £2,200 is a phenomenal price for a 46in TV, even one capable of...80
By Home Cinema Choice on March 19, 2012
Philips can usually be depended on to deliver a genuine innovation or two with every new range of TVs. But this year it’s outdone itself by introducing the first commercially-released TV equipped with a Moth Eye filter. The TV in question is the...100
By Stuff.tv on March 01, 2012
It’s not without flaws and it sure ain’t cheap, but the Moth Eye’s stunning 2D pictures easily earn it top marks...100
By CNET Asia on February 24, 2012
The Philips 46PFL9706H offers deep blacks and ample features, but falls short in terms of 3D performance....80
By CNET UK on January 31, 2012
This 46-inch Philips 46PFL9706T's innovative screen filter and LED technology help it to produce stunning pictures with deep black levels and excellent contrast. However, picture settings take some looking after and 3D performance isn't...80
By Whathifi.com on January 31, 2012
If you believe all the hype and figures being banded about by , you'd think the 9706 is its best TV ever. And you know what? You might be right.Among the facts and figures quoted, Philips claims that its new Moth Eye filter allows for an impressive...80
By Pocket-lint on January 18, 2012
Stand back Samsung, for here’s an awesome design that deserves to set the tone for its competitors, but there’s a load more to get excited about. Remarkably adept with contrast and brightness in all ambient light conditions, and producing...90
By Trusted Reviews on November 29, 2011
The 46PFL9706T produces 2D pictures that are prime contenders for the best we've ever seen from a flat TV. It also looks gorgeous and is stuffed to bursting point with features. Some 3D crosstalk stops it short of perfection, though. Narrowly...-
By TechRadar on November 25, 2011
As well as being the long-awaited first TV from Philips' 2011 (just!) range, the 46-inch 46PFL9706H also happens to be the only TV from that range - indeed, the only set in the world, as far as we know - that uses a Moth Eye filter.This being a...90