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Commented on divya1409's review

Apr 03, 2017 03:43 PM

SHP8900 is a headphone with high impedance. So it will sound good only when connected to a proper Sound-Card or a dedicated Headphone-Amplifier. People who have reviewed after using these headphones with sound-card have stated that it has very powerful bass.

Commented on suhail4nb's review

Apr 30, 2016 04:27 PM

Yes, Philips is truly a great brand. It makes great quality products at lower cost than others. I own a Philips LED TV - it's a superb TV at low cost.

Commented on djjatt's review

Sep 05, 2015 10:36 PM

Very few people realized the superiority of Plasma TVs over LED TVs as you did. Kuro and Viera Plasma TVs' picture quality were miles ahead of that of LED TVs. Did you check out Samsung PNF8500 ? Most reviews claimed it had world beating picture quality. It was also sadly the last Plasma TV made Samsung.Read More

Commented on pratapashi90's review

Jul 26, 2015 08:58 PM

You could contact Sony customer care to check whether service is still offered for CRT TVs (I heard Sony doesn't service TVs more than 10 years old). If not, the best alternative would be to go for the latest LED technology TVs.

Commented on gokulmadurai's review

Aug 02, 2014 09:48 AM

Irrespective of whether Samsung products are purchased locally or abroad, their service charges are high, just like their quality. Panasonic and LG are better options any day.

Reviewed Panasonic DVD S485

Jun 22, 2014 09:14 PM 5951 Views

(Updated Jun 24, 2014 12:15 PM)

A DVD Player is the best alternative to cable-TV/DTH connection. It's a must for watching our favorite movies(without lengthy commercials) when cable TV channels are all junk or boring. After more than 2 years of heavy usage, my Philips DVD Player became very slow in reading discs. So, I needed ...Read more

Commented on jacky808's review

Jun 13, 2014 10:16 AM

Blame it on Videocon - All Indian PHILIPS TVs are manufactured and serviced by them.

Commented on contact_aravind's review

Jun 12, 2014 05:01 PM (Updated Jun 14, 2014 12:31 PM)

Hi Aravind. Has there been any progress in replacing your SHP 8500 yet, if i may ask ?? Regards, Vijayanth

Commented on own review

Mar 27, 2014 09:12 AM

Sony, Panasonic and Sharp are committed to making TVs. They have recently announced 4K-UHD models for the international market.

Reviewed Sharp LC 29LE440M

Feb 22, 2014 12:35 PM 14614 Views

(Updated Feb 25, 2014 08:12 AM)

Korean and Chinese electronics brands may grab the market share with super-cheap TVs. But only Japanese know how to make quality Televisions. One weekend my colleague's need for an LCD TV made us walk in and out of many stores until we finally reached one where we decided to buy one. With our...Read more

Commented on own blog

Is the 'Made In Japan' era over ?

Feb 21, 2014 09:38 PM

Japanese Comeback Thanks for your comment. I feel Japanese electronics are better than their Korean/Chinese counterparts even today. If they find a way to manufacture quality products at near Chinese costs, they can certainly have a great comeback...

Posted a Blog

Is the 'Made In Japan' era over ?

Feb 21, 2014 02:13 AM General 325 Views

(Updated Feb 21, 2014 02:16 AM)

Not many years ago, Japanese Electronics were undoubtedly considered the best in market. National Panasonic, Sony, SHARP, Hitachi, JVC, Aiwa, Sanyo and Toshiba made products of such high quality that Indian consumers who owned BPL, Onida, Dianora or BUSH Televisions only dreamed of owning'Made In...Read more

Commented on own blog

India's Biggest LED TV yet !

Dec 02, 2013 11:57 PM

Affordable models of SHARP Yes, *this* is the highest end TV of SHARP. But, the company's released other lower end models too. My friend recently purchased a 29'' Sharp LED TV. Not only was its cost less than 25K but also its quality is superb. After all, it's Japanese technology !

Posted a Blog

India's Biggest LED TV yet !

Dec 02, 2013 07:01 PM General 785 Views

(Updated Dec 02, 2013 07:03 PM)

Despite after being beaten and battered in the TV market by newer brands like LG, Samsung and many others, SHARP as a TV brand remains unique and revered. Not only is SHARP the market leader in the land of technology(Japan), but it also has introduced the biggest LED TV in the Indian market. Its ...Read more

Commented on suri_123's review

Oct 04, 2013 09:52 AM

All of SHARP's LCD panels(screens) are made in Japan. Panasonic makes only its IPS panels in Japan.

Commented on suri_123's review

Oct 02, 2013 07:58 PM

Sony was the quality King during the CRT era but is no more the same. While buying products, people just go by brand name which is a pure misconception these days when every company outsources and manufactures its products. Probably the only brand which makes its entire Televisions on its own is ...SHARP. In the future, you could try SHARP TVs since they are of very high quality and reputed for long life.Read More

Followed sanjai.velayudhan

Jul 28, 2013 09:42 PM


Commented on own review

Jul 04, 2013 04:09 PM (Updated Jul 04, 2013 04:11 PM)

@ contact_aravind ..... Philips has released a headphone series named 'Fidelio'. Its models L1 & X1 have received many praises from audio experts and reviewers. They definitely are among the best headphones in the world, claim reviews. These would be a better replacement to the SHP8500.

Commented on own review

Jun 07, 2013 06:22 PM

Lucky you. We lost our SHP8500 sometime back. Philips has officially discontinued this model.

Commented on own review

Jan 21, 2013 08:38 AM (Updated Jan 21, 2013 08:42 AM)

There are two ways to do it : 1) Plug the headphone into the headphone port of the TV if your TV has one. 2) In the absence of a headphone port, you could route the TV's sound from its AV-Out ports to a headphone amplifier(say FiiO-E3 or FiiO-E5) and connect the headphone to the amplifier.