Those interested in new television technology should consider the Panasonic 2023 tv lineup, which is expected to debut in 2018. Among the new models, there are OLED and LCD televisions that feature Dolby Atmos audio technology. They also have new screen sizes.
Game Mode Extreme
During CES in January, Panasonic unveiled its new flagship OLED TV. It will be available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, and come with an impressive array of features.
The JZ2000, which will be Panasonic’s flagship OLED TV for the 2021 model year, features a custom OLED panel and artificial intelligence processor that is said to improve picture quality. The HCX Pro AI processor is said to detect content being watched and adjust picture quality accordingly. It is also said to support Auto AI picture mode, which adjusts picture quality automatically. This means you’ll be able to get a more cinematic experience, as well as the ability to adjust your picture for game play, football, or other activities.
Panasonic’s new line of OLED TVs is expected to feature Game Mode Extreme, which eliminates on-screen artifacts and reduces input lag. Game Mode Extreme also supports VRR (variable refresh rate), which allows users to experience smoother gameplay, while avoiding effects like judder. Game Mode Extreme is accompanied by HDMI 2.1 functions that allow the display of key gaming features, including HDR metadata, Dark Visibility Enhancer, and chroma subsampling data.
Panasonic also showed off its new line of LCD TVs, which are said to be compatible with HDR10+ Adaptive mode. This feature is said to enable users to experience better black levels in well-lit rooms. Its Master HDR OLED Professional Edition panel is said to offer a stunning contrast ratio and impressive luminance.
Panasonic’s new range of OLED TVs also features advancements in the field of HFR (high-frame-rate). This includes a new Master HDR OLED Professional Edition panel, which makes it easier to take advantage of HDR modes like HDR10+, Dolby Vision IQ, and Dolby Atmos. This panel also offers a 120Hz refresh rate, making for smoother gameplay.
Panasonic also showed off its new range of LCD TVs, which are said to offer improved colour and brightness. These include the LX800 series, which is available in Europe. These models feature a superior HCX Pro AI processor, which is said to improve picture quality and gaming performance.
The company also unveiled its new LCD and OLED TV lines for the 2022 model year. These models are expected to have new gaming functions, and a Game Control Board that collects key gaming settings.
New screen sizes
Despite Panasonic’s limited LED TV presence, the company has unveiled its core and premium TV line-up for 2022. These will feature new gaming features as well as a more advanced OLED range. Specifically, they will offer the Game Control Board, which offers real-time information on game settings and signal signals. This will include information on the game’s master monitor picture quality, as well as chroma subsampling data and Dark Visibility Enhancer.
Panasonic’s new OLEDs also recognise the importance of gaming. As part of this, the company will offer a 60Hz Refresh Mode that will reduce input lag for games that run at 60Hz. This mode will also allow gamers to experience high frame rates and reduce mid-game stress.
Panasonic’s new TVs have improved ambient light sensors and will now adjust picture tone to match the colour temperature of the ambient light. This is particularly important as humans perceive white differently depending on the lighting conditions they are in. The new screens will also offer Auto AI mode, which automatically optimises picture and sound quality.
Panasonic also announced two LED LCD TV series. These will feature the HCX Pro AI processor and will use the HDR Cinema Display Pro panel. These LCDs will be available in a variety of screen sizes. They will include the 75-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch, 49-inch, and 43-inch series.
Panasonic will also offer four OLED TV series. These include the LZ1500 series, which will be available in 65, 55, 48, and 42-inch screen sizes. These models will feature a Dynamic Cinema Surround Pro audio system that supports Dolby Atmos decoding. The 65 and 55-inch models will also feature an HDMI 2.1 port, a VRR support, and a 4K 144Hz input. The 43-inch and 50-inch models will not feature an HDR Cinema Display panel.
Panasonic’s new TVs also include a Game Mode Extreme. This mode will deliver high frame rates and variable refresh rates, which are important for gamers. It will also support AMD FreeSync Premium, which will prevent choppy gameplay. This will be available in 2022, and will be available on Panasonic’s new LZ1500 series.
New OLED models
Earlier this year, Panasonic unveiled its flagship LZ2000 OLED models at CES. These feature a new design and improved sound quality. But if that wasn’t enough, Panasonic has also revealed its full line-up for 2022. These new OLED models will be available in a range of sizes from 55 to 77 inches.
Panasonic’s new flagship LZ2000 OLEDs are a step ahead of the competition. They come with a new Dynamic Cinema Surround Pro audio system that supports Dolby Atmos decoding and includes a built-in woofer. The audio system uses Technics and is tuned to deliver a high quality sound.
The LZ2000 OLEDs are based on Panasonic’s Master OLED Pro panels, which use Panasonic’s high brightness technology. They are also accompanied by a HCX Pro AI processor that is able to detect the ambient color temperature and optimize the picture based on this information. In addition, Panasonic’s 2022 OLED models will be equipped with Game Mode Extreme, which allows users to adjust the refresh rate of the screen to deliver variable levels of refresh rate, including 120Hz at 4K. This feature is designed to deliver high frame rates while avoiding unwanted effects like judder.
Panasonic’s new OLED models also include a Game Control Board, which collects game information and presents it in a more streamlined fashion. This board is similar to Samsung’s Game Bar, and works in conjunction with the game signal to present real-time information. The board includes information on game signal, HDR metadata, Dark Visibility Enhancer, and different viewing modes.
Panasonic also introduced a new Auto AI mode on its 2021 OLEDs, which adjusts the picture based on ambient light and other factors. In addition, Panasonic’s 2022 TVs will feature a Netflix Adaptive Calibrated Mode, which recreates the quality of a master monitor in post-production. The mode is also supported by the Sony A95K Series.
The new Panasonic OLEDs will also be supported by AMD FreeSync Premium, which will ensure that game play is smooth and uninterrupted. This feature will also be available on the Samsung S95B Series, which features 8.3 million self-illuminating pixels.
Dolby Atmos audio technology
Among the many highlights in the 2022 Panasonic TV lineup, we can see the introduction of Dolby Atmos audio technology. Dolby Atmos is a surround sound audio technology that was first introduced to cinemas nearly a decade ago. When supported by a television, the audio system offers a realistic experience. Whether you’re watching movies, TV shows, or games, you’ll be immersed in a surround sound experience.
Dolby Atmos is supported on the Panasonic LZ1500, which will be available in 65-inch and 55-inch sizes. The LZ1500 will also include Panasonic’s Dynamic Cinema Surround Pro audio system, which includes a built-in woofer and a multi-channel speaker system. This audio system will support Dolby Atmos decoding and can be adjusted according to your room’s lighting conditions.
The Panasonic JZ1500 will also be compatible with Dolby Atmos. It will also support HDR10 and HDR10+. It will also feature the HCX AI Processor and HDMI 2.1, although it will not include a gaming hub. Compared to the JZ2000, the JZ1500 is not as powerful.
The Samsung S95B Series is another popular choice, as it offers Dolby Atmos sound and features quantum-dot color. It also has 8.3 million self-illuminating pixels and a 120Hz refresh rate. These features are considered the gold standard among OLED TVs.
The Samsung NU7500 also has excellent HDR performance, with a peak brightness of over 1400 nits. It also supports HDR10 and HLG. However, it lacks Dolby Vision, and the TV’s price tag is a bit on the high side.
In terms of the Panasonic LX800, it’s aimed at the UK market. It features a processor that runs Android TV. It also supports Dolby Atmos audio and includes the Google voice assistant. However, it doesn’t have HDMI 2.1 ports, and doesn’t support VRR or next-gen gaming features.
Panasonic also confirmed the 2022 TV lineup includes five OLED models. These include the JZ980 (43-inch), LZ800 (UK model only, 65-inch, 55-inch, and 42-inch), LZ1000 (UK model only, 65-inch, and 55-inch), and LZ2000 (UK model only, 65-inch, 50-inch, and 42-inch). The LZ2000 also features the new Advanced Front Array Speaker System, which features multiple built-in speaker units.