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NEWS: Panasonic Announces OLED TVs GZ2000, GZ1500, GZ1000, GZ950 plus LCD GX800 and GX700 for 2019

Skodked

Standard Member
The 2019 OLED lineup has just been announced. Full details can be seen here:

Panasonic GZ2000 OLED / 65 and 55 inches
Panasonic GZ1500 OLED /65 and 55 inches
Panasonic GZ1000 OLED / 65 and 55 inches
Panasonic GZ950 OLED/ 65 and 55 inches

All with the same HCX Pro Intelligent Processor, Full Multi HDR support, Dolby Atmos and Twin tuners
 

Bish

Active Member
I guess the million dollar question is whats the difference between the "professional panel" in the GZ2000 and the panels in the other three models - only the flagship has the Pro panel.
 

Earthscope

Well-known Member
4K OLED TVs | Ultra HD Pro HDR Televisions - Panasonic UK & Ireland

All models also listed on Panasonic website now. Looks like I will be going for the 65" GZ1000. Don't need the sound bar or the atmos up-firing system on the GZ2000. Also noticed that the GZ1500 is exclusive to John Lewis in the UK.

Just need to hear what the guys have to say on the picture performance differences between the GZ2000 and the GZ1000. :cool:
 

tigertimtim

Well-known Member
They really should have a 77" model available and Earc on the sets

Twin tuners is a good thing especially has LG have stopped doing it on last years sets ?

I'am m oving up in size to 65" and properly edging towards the GZ1500, though that might effect price (ie. no price matches ).

Can't see what the difference is between the bottom 2 models GZ1000 and GZ950, is there any need for both ?

Want to know if theres any PQ difference between the GZ2000 and other models and audio qualities of each set.
 

technomen

Well-known Member
Panasonic GZ1500 OLED:

- 65 and 55 inches
- 4K OLED panel with absolute black filter
- Super Motion Drive OLED
- Multiple HDR support (HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG, Dolby Vision and HLG photo)
- HCX Pro Smart Processor
- Dolby Atmos
- Blade 50W high
- speaker - 4x HDMI (ARC + ALLM)
- My home screen 4.0
- Dual tuner
- WiFi and Bluetooth
- Voice assistant compatible

Panasonic GZ1000 OLED:

- 65 and 55 inches
- 4K OLED panel with absolute black filter
- Super Motion Drive OLED
- Multiple HDR support (HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG, Dolby Vision and HLG Photo)
- HCX Pro Smart Processor
- Dolby Atmos
- 50W speakers
- 4x HDMI (ARC + ALLM)
- My home screen 4.0
- Double tuner
- WiFi and Bluetooth
- Voice assistant compatible

Panasonic GZ950 OLED:

- 65 and 55 inches
- 4K OLED panel with absolute black filter
- Super Motion Drive OLED
- Multiple HDR support (HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG, Dolby Vision and HLG Photo)
- HCX Pro Smart Processor
- Dolby Atmos
- 50W speakers
- 4x HDMI (ARC + ALLM)
- My home screen 4.0
- Double tuner
- WiFi and Bluetooth
- Voice assistant compatible
 

Earthscope

Well-known Member
GZ1000 :)

panasonicgz1000-1.jpg


The difference between the GZ1000 and the GZ950 seems to be according to Panasonic's description on their website is the stand and the GZ1000 has Premium design and finish. GZ950 has that info missing in it's description.
 

Earthscope

Well-known Member
The Flagship LED will be the 75" GX920. Up on the Panasonic website now..;)
 

Phil Hinton

Editor
Staff member
No HDMI 2.1, they are HDMI 2.0B. Rob explains their thinking in my video interview, which should be live tomorrow.
 

golden phoenix

Distinguished Member

AidenL

Well-known Member

Samv0808

Distinguished Member
Don’t have the sound so really hope the GZ2000 isn’t going to rock up at 6k or something. What it offers will suit me down to the ground.

I don’t know what the pro screen means but I know me wants it. They were referencing panels cooled using their experience with plasma meaning they could increase ABL. Might be it?
 

Razer08

Active Member
Apart from the entry level LED, the rest use edge-lit local dimming even at 40". This is an interesting turn of events as Samsung's entry level QLED at 43" also has edge-lit local dimming. Shame it isn't FALD but maybe that's too expensive to mass produce.
 

im85288

Active Member
I’m guessing the Pro Screen is the screen where and I quote this from the preview of the GZ2000 on this forum “The GZ2000 features a custom-made Professional Edition 4K OLED panel that incorporates proprietary hardware improvements by Panasonic”. The other versions will most likely just use ordinary OLED screens as has been done in all the other previous models. This will definitely mean paying a premium price but will almost surely be the best model picture wise.

They need to release 77 inch models, LG are moving onto 88 so quite surprised with 65 being there largest screen size
 

weblah

Novice Member
Local Dimming Pro = fald?
GX920 vs GX940 - Pana UK site doesn't mention 940. Only 920. What's the diff?
 

PineTree

Standard Member
What is the release date and pricing? GZ2000 looks amazing, must be very expensive. Great decision by Panasonic to include DV.

GZ1000 and GZ950, seems to be the same thing.
 

Finbow

Active Member
Why am I confined to entry level for all manufacturers because I can’t go bigger than 50”? So frustrating!
 

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