TP Vision, the company that makes Philips televisions, has announced new televisions. It expects the television market to stabilize somewhat in 2022, but 2023 to be a more difficult year for televisions. However, streaming services and cloud gaming are likely to boost sales of the screens. Philips also announced new televisions: OLED+937 and OLED+907.
OLED+937 is Philips’ new showpiece: the device won an EISA award and of course comes with Philips’ well-known Ambilight technology. In addition, OLED+937 is equipped with new image processing via artificial intelligence and there is a sound system on the Bowers & Wilkins television. With a power of 95W and sending the sound to the back, these speakers should create 5.1.2 surround performance. In addition, the brand presented the new OLED+907, which includes an integrated Bowers & Wilkins frontal 3.1 sound system. The televisions use an OLED EX panel that provides a high peak output of up to 1300 nits.
The Philips televisions are not wrong, but the real showpiece of the brand is Ambilight. The brand has adapted it to ensure that the light matches what is happening on the screen or in the sound even better. There is Ambilight Aurora that turns pre-installed images and videos into a beautiful light show on your wall. OLED+937 and OLED+907 both have Ambilight Next Generation, which means that LEDs are no longer controlled in groups, but can be directed individually. This makes the Ambilight experience even more specific and with more detail.
Like previous televisions, these copies also use Android as the operating system. To be precise, Android 11 is used. Both televisions support Freesync and G-Sync and contain special options for gamers, such as a special menu and on OLED+937 even a mode that takes care of shadows. Both televisions also have a fairly thin edge, so that the screen blends in even better with the Ambilight.
Philips OLED+937 will be available in September in 65” and 77”, but prices are still unknown. Philips OLED+907 will be available in September in 48″, 55″ and 65″, but prices are still unknown. In addition, the brand also announced various audio solutions today. These include new soundbars (TAB8907/8507/7807 and 7207) and headphones with bone conduction, which use your facial bones to convey an audio experience. Unfortunately, this product also does not have the most spectacular name: A7607.
Philips sound bars
The soundbars are four and have the 2.1-based B7207 to the 3.1.2 B8907 for enthusiasts. In other words: with this you can significantly improve the television sound. Philips promises high power, wireless subwoofers and the option to mount them on the wall. The most luxurious model is the B8907 with 720 Watt output power and Dolby Atmos drivers. The B8507 soundbar falls just below this and is seen as the soundbar for the most common Philips television, the One.
It has both Dolby Atmos and DTS Play-Fi compatibility and a high power output of 600 watts. The third of the 3.1 Soundbars is the B7807, which has extra side-firing tweeters and an 8” wireless sub, with an output of 620 Watts. And the last set, B7207, which is a device with a power of 520 Watts, which makes it pretty much the ‘baby’ of them all. Yet it also has Dolby Digital compatibility, HDMI ARC connectivity and additional side-firing tweeters. The prices of these devices are as follows: Philips B7207 will be available in September for €249.99, B8907 for €599.99, B8507 for €449.99 and B7807 for €399.99.
Bone Conduction Headphones
The headphones A7607 are sports headphones that transfer music via bone conduction. It is the first time that an open-ear model from Philips Sound has bone conduction in the microphone to keep wind and background noise far away from your audio. However, the device is made for athletes and is therefore water and dustproof. Philips is said to have used the cycling and skating teams of Team Jumbo Visma as advisors to make this product.
The playing time is nine hours and in 15 minutes of charging you can go forward another hour. There is also an integrated red LED strip in the neckband so that you can also be seen well in the evening during exercise. The Philips A7607 will be available in September for 199.99 euros.
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