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Philips Lighting F-9308-860-0RL Sony XL-5200 Replacement Television LAMP

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  • Philips F-9308-860-0 replacement lamp with Genuine OEM Philips UHP Bulb and Housing
  • Philips Genuine Lamp Assembly shipped in Philips Trademark Retail Box
  • Original Philips Housing and bulb for Philips F-9308-860-0
  • Genuine Philips UHP bulb inside
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Customer Reviews

Don't Get Taken By This Seller I ordered a Sony XL-5200 Replacement Lamp from Lamp Monsters through Amazon and was very disappointed. The delivered product was not as advertised and not as defined in their picture which shows a plastic and metal connection bracket (more on that below). They may provide some consumers with a real Philips lamp like my sister and brother-in-law last year, but I wasn't one of them and they may not have anymore Philips products. Inside the shipping container I did not find a Philips box, but a generic brown one stating "Made in Mexico". There was also a paper, obviously run through a cheap copier, attempting to explain the differences in the product contained in the box and the original Philips replacement lamps, and why the product was repackaged. First, I made sure to photograph the entire event of opening the box, removal of the inside box, removal of the lamp with housing, and inspection. After first noting that the connector was separated from the housing I read the enclosed paper, noting another discrepancy where the stamping on the outside of the lamp didn't match the paper's explanation. This made me considerably suspicious. As this will be my 4th lamp in the TV, I have some experience with the lamps, 2 of them being original Sony lamps which cost around $250 and 1 Philips replacement lamp which had been adequately packaged in a Philips box.Fortunately, I have kept my old lamps for reference and am glad I did as I can make comparisons between the original lamps and knock-offs which many suppliers are now trying to sell on the market. My Sony KDS60A3000 is somewhat dated and this will be my 4th lamp, but other than lamps dying on me, it runs perfectly and want to continue its use.On the older Philips lamp with housing and both of the Sony lamps, the housing's connection bracket was made of hard plastic and metal rigidly securing it to the main housing body. Regarding the product delivered today, besides being packaged in a generic box, this seller's lamp housing connection bracket was made exclusively of cheap plastic including the screws and was broken away from the main housing body perhaps because a plastic bag was wrapped around the lamp and the open part of the bag then gathered together and stuffed between the main lamp housing and the connection bracket. Of course, if the bracket had been made of hard plastic and metal as the previous real Philips DLP lamp I had, this may not have occurred. Being an engineer, I note the little differences more than I would like and this is a bad sign. I can see where the housing may be molded and put together by a different manufacturer, but the change in quality of the connection bracket will perhaps cause a lot of problems in the future for those of us with this type of TV.I also contacted Philips about the replacement lamp and was told that they do not make these anymore and have not had them in their catalog for 6 months. They referred me to another company that they say handle the Philips XL-5200 replacement lamps and gave them the numbers on the lamps label attached to the lamp on the inside of the bracket. I was told that they did not recognize the alpha-numeric characters on the new replacement I had just received.I want to buy through Amazon as I shop here often and am disappointed vary rarely. I will return the defective product that appears to be a knock-off and look for another seller through the Amazon Store. 1This is the REAL thing...read on! Do NOT repeat my mistake buying the cheap $25 knockoff!!! LISTEN UP.....LOUD AND CLEAR! I've been luck enough to still have a Sony TV that's WAY beyond its life expectancy and still has a great picture. Not many of us still NEED these bulbs. Finding a GENUINE Phillips replacement (the BEST IMHO) is VERY difficult. Many may say that is what you are purchasing but good luck on verifying that statement. THIS bulb was indeed in plain cardboard packaging and it came with a slip of paper describing how to identify this was a REAL Phillips bulb. The identification is NOT on the black plastic bulb. It is on the bulb itself in two places that you can see if look closely. It IS genuine. Now....is that a big deal? YES. I bought the cheap knock off at $25 from the same supplier. Hey....not faulting them....they didn't say it was the real thing. It was dim and lasted 2 months. I've had these $90 bulbs before. Lesson learned. The picture is FAR FAR better and the bulb lasts well over a year! I won't be making THAT mistake again. Thanks folks! 5Simple changeout, bright imagery The changeout on the full assembly was less than 5 minutes, including cleaning up the inside of the compartment a little bit with a vac. It was nice not to have to mess with or worry about the bulb transfer by buying it in the housing already. What I didn't expect was how much I had lost in picture brightness and quality with the old bulb. The old bulb has lasted me nearly 7 years, but with the big game coming up this weekend and lots of friends coming over I wanted it to look good. I am amazed at how bright and vivid the colors are again. I will have to retweak my settings that have been slowly adjusted over the years to accomodate the original bulb. My .02 go with a brand name bulb instead of the worry and headache that can be involved if you choose some unknown unbranded product. You get what you pay for, and if you like your sports and movies - make the most of them with quality parts. 5DIY rear-projection HDTV repair My folks' rear-projection HDTV lost its picture, we talked to a local Best Buy about servicing it. After a few questions he determined it was the lamp. The guy said if you're a bit handy and want to save about $200, go online to their site, order the part, and look up a video for help with replacing it. I found the part we needed, then went to Amazon and got the OEM part for half the price. Watched the video, changing it was a snap -- took about 5 minutes -- and the TV's picture is like new.From what I've read, the rear-projection lamps have a certain service life, but everything else on the TV can go for a lot longer. They make it really easy to swap out the lamps. After opening the small cover on the side of the TV and unscrewing the safety door, the only tricky thing you'll encounter is how easy it is to pull the old lamp out and snap the new one in. I just studied it for a couple of minutes wondering what the trick was -- it couldn't be that easy, and I didn't want to break anything. But it was that easy. If your RP-HDTV goes dark, save yourself a few hundred and fix it yourself. Maybe use some of the saving to upgrade your cable package.... =) 5This bulb lasts a LOOOOONG time! This bulb has lasted for 5.5 years!!! I get the notification that it the bulb it's almost at end of life, but it's still going. I wonder how much longer it will last! Totally worth it!UPDATE: This bulb went out today! The date is October 5th. 2018. This bulb lasted fo 6 years and 3 months I purchased it, July 2012. 5Good price, but short life. I bought 3 of these at the same time. One lasted for only a couple months before popping. Another one lasted just over six months before starting to dim. So I replaced it with the third one and used it as a backup. The third one has lasted about 8 months but is now dimming. I run my TV a lot, so I've come to expect a shorter than rated lifespan for these things; however, these have burned out much faster than others I have purchased in the past. The one redeeming quality of these is that they only cost about a 3rd the price of better, longer lasting bulbs. 3Not sure this is a true Phillips bulb I have two, twelve year old Sony KDS-50A2000 TV sets and I have ordered more than half a dozen of these bulbs over the years. As I am always concerned that I am not receiving a factory OEM bulb, I retain the packaging from the original replacement bulb that I received direct from Sony. This item was shipped in a box with printed instructions on how to install and a label stating "Made in Mexico." None of the packaging on my other bulbs say "made in Mexico," in fact they all say "Made in USA with foreign components." There is a little blue sticker on the box that says Phillips and a sticker on the bulb with a Phillips model number. My other bulbs have a similar sticker on the bulb, although they are slightly different and the sticker is based neatly near the top of the bulb, while this one is crooked near the middle of the bulb. No where on the bulb or the housing does this bulb state that it is an XL5200, but the other bulbs do. Aside from that, it appears to be the same as an OEM bulb. After installation, it does not appear to have that same great brightness effect that the replacement of other bulbs has resulted in, immediately after changing the bulb. This replacement is for my kid's PS4 TV and I did not want to deal with a return and I am hoping that this is just a next gen bulb and will last the 2000 hours rated by the TV and will maintain similar performance. If the bulb does not last until the TV recommends replacement then Amazon will be getting a phone call referencing this review and I will be requesting a free replacement. I wish Amazon could do a better job verifying whether some of these products are as advertised and not allow knock offs to be sold on their site. Very frustrating. 3Works Perfectly No real reason to review this product as it is a direct replacement bulb, and performs just like the original. This is the 3rd bulb I've used in 6 years and am very happy with its performance. It is especially nice to see the price drop bulb-after-bulb.I will say the the "middle bulb" I used (this one replaced it) did not last quite as long as the original Philips. Hopefully I'll get a few hundred more hours out of the Philips. I'm currently getting around 7,000 hours per bulb. I'll give it 5-stars since the price was right, it was delivered very fast, and it is a real Philips bulb as advertised. Of course you never know how long it will last but so far it's been great. 5The Real deal Okay so I was first taken in by another company on Amazon selling a Sony replacement bulb. You will know which one, selling a "Sony" bulb for $35. Looked correct, fit perfectly then I turned the TV on and the picture was so dim it was unusable.I pulled the bulb out and you could see where it had instantly bubbled the reflective material inside the bulb. Cleaned out the TV again to make sure everything was clean, tried again and the bulb was just too dim.Contacted Amazon which immediately sent me a return label and a refund. Ordered this bulb instead. Once it arrived I looked at it, looked the same... even the same box but this one had something else. A flyer that described how to tell a fake Philips bulb from a real one. Needless to say this bulb was the real deal. Installed it fired up the TV and wow.. crisp bright picture again. Save yourself the frustration and get the real one here! 5If you plan on having your television for several years this might be a good option. This is my second purchase of this brand. The last bulb lasted well over three years of frequent use. I purchased my television well over eight years ago A bit pricey compared to other brands but the colors are rich and bright. If you plan on having your television for several years this might be a good option. 5
Philips Lighting F-9308-860-0RL Sony XL-5200 Replacement Television LAMP

Philips Lighting F-9308-860-0RL Sony XL-5200 Replacement Television LAMP

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 218.00
Sale price
SG$ 218.00
Regular price
SG$ 360.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 142.00)