Panasonics flagship OLED TV for 2021 is the JZ2000 – What Hi-Fi?

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Panasonic has just revealed its flagship TV for 2021– the JZ2000. Offered in 65-inch and 55-inch variations, the JZ2000 is the follower to 2020’s HZ2000, which was itself preceded by the GZ2000.

This 2000-series has constantly stuck out from the rest of Panasonic’s OLEDs by featuring a custom-made OLED panel and a Dolby Atmos-capable speaker system with dedicated upward-firing speakers, and while the panel innovation apparently hasn’t changed, Panasonic is this year improving image performance through AI and sound performance through the addition of yet more chauffeurs.

Panasonic JZ2000 OLED TV

(Image credit: Panasonic)At the heart of the JZ2000 is the brand name new HCX Pro AI Processor, which analyses the material being played and changes picture and sound appropriately. You can still fine-tune the settings if you want, however if you leave the TELEVISION in its Auto AI mode it will work to automatically get the finest out of whatever you see, from films to sports and video games. Speaking of video games, Panasonic is lastly reaching the pack by offering input lag that it states is”amongst the really lowest in the market”(Panasonic’s own live demo produced an input lag measurement of 14.4 ms, which is indeed extremely low), along with adding HDMI 2.1 specifications such as HFR(aka 4K@120Hz)and VRR(Variable Refresh Rate) on top of the ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) that its sets already have.Panasonic has long supported both Dolby Vision and HDR10+, and this year it’s including HDR10+Adaptive. Like Dolby Vision IQ (which Panasonic has actually supported considering that 2020), this brand-new format changes HDR10+image characteristics in accordance with ambient lighting conditions. If it works as prepared for, it should lead to better dark information when viewing in a well-lit room.

Panasonic JZ2000 OLED TV

This is the very first TELEVISION to be revealed with both Dolby Vision

IQ and HDR10 + Adaptive on board. Panasonic JZ2000 OLED TELEVISION (Image credit: Panasonic) Previous 2000-series TVs have actually featured speaker systems with devoted front-firing and upward-firing chauffeurs, along with a rear-mounted subwoofer. For the JZ2000, Panasonic has actually included a set of side-firing speakers with the objective of making the noise even broader and more room-filling. This sound setup, which Panasonic is calling ‘360 ° Soundscape Pro’, has once again been developed with the assistance of the company’s Technics engineers.The JZ2000 likewise

brings with it a new version of Panasonic’s super-simple My Home Screen. On top of a modified design and completely integrated voice services, My Home Screen 6.0 presents ‘my Scenery’, which appears similar to Samsung’s Ambient mode however obviously with a concentrate on “relaxing” images and videos.What we don’t

yet understand about the JZ2000 is when it will show up in shops or how much it will cost. That said, in 2015’s HZ2000 appeared around the end of May with a cost of ₤ 3295 for the 55-inch version, and there’s no factor to believe its follower will differ significantly on either count.And what about Panasonic’s other 2021 TVs? We expect those to be revealed in February, as is the company’s usual approach.MORE: Check out our round-up of the very best TVs you can buy Here’swhatever you require to understand about Dolby Vision IQ CES 2021: all the news from the first all-digital

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