Panasonic introduces JZ2000 Flagship OLED TV with HCX Pro AI for 2021
by Phil Hinton
AVForums attended an online briefing for the new JZ2000 flagship OLED on Wednesday where Panasonic highlighted the features, picture quality and design changes for the 2021 model. We get HDMI 2.1 features for gaming and cinematic picture quality from the Custom Pro OLED Panel.
The Q80T is the replacement for last year's Q70R and has a 50-zone FALD VA panel along with a sleek design and one HDMI which can accept 2.1 features for gaming and 4K/120. With a price now under £1K for the 55-inch, it could very well be a bargain gaming and movie viewing set...
A fitting conclusion to a basically perfect trilogy, Back to the Future Part III goes wild in the Old West, and completes the new Ultimate Trilogy 4K Box Set, with easily the best native 4K Dolby Vision-enhanced video of the bunch.
One of the best sequels of all time, Back to the Future Part II doubles-down on the time travel hijinks, looking even more impressive than the first movie in 4K, with Dolby Vision and Atmos leaving it in the best shape it's ever been.
The Haunting of Bly Manor (Netflix) TV Show Review
by Tom Davies
Mike Flanagan steps back to produce the second season of his successful 'The Haunting of...' anthology. But between a poorly observed script and terminal lack of scares, it's unlikely to match the popularity of its predecessor.
Amazon recently launched a whole host of new hardware but for TV fans the standout announcement was the arrival of the next-gen Fire TV Stick and the Fire TV Stick Lite along with a redesigned Fire TV interface.
The TCL 65C815K is a 65-inch edge-lit LED LCD TV which uses a 100Hz VA panel - is compatible with all the major HDR formats currently available - and features Freeview Play and Android TV. So is it the bargain it appears to be?
Philips announces OLED+935 flagship TV for 2020 (Prices added)
by Andy Bassett
Philips tends to hold a little something back TV and audio wise for the second half of the year and despite the challenges thrown at the electronics industry in 2020, it has now pulled a new flagship TV out of the hat - the OLED+935.
The Hisense U8QF is the company's latest range-topping 4K ULED TV. It features a 132 zone FALD backlight with Dolby Vision and HDR10+ and a new JBL sound system. So can this latest Hisense TV push the boundaries of the mid-range TV market in the UK? Let's find out...
The Panasonic HZ2000 is the company's latest flagship 4K OLED TV with a custom pro panel, Filmmaker Mode and Dolby Vision IQ. It is also expensive, so does it live up to the flagship hype? Let's find out.
Philips' latest mid-range OLED TV offers plenty of features and one of the brightest HDR performances this year from the technology. So has Philips' arrival back in the big leagues produced an outstanding OLED TV? Let's find out...
The HZ1500 is a high-end OLED from Panasonic that now features a full Dolby Atmos sound system with upward-firing and soundbar speakers for 2020. It also features the new Filmmaker mode with intelligent sensing, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR10+ and HLG.
An undeniable technical feat, Sam Mendes' quest for sound, fury and the impression of single-take continuity overshadows all else, leading to an audiovisually stunning native 4K release with Dolby Vision and Atmos.
40 years after The Shining, Doctor Sleep delivers the impossible: a superbly atmospheric and disconcertingly creepy sequel to the 1980 classic and also an adaptation of King's sequel to the original book, earning a spectacular 4K release and a three hour director's cut, albeit not in 4K.
Why don't manufacturers make a TV that has everything?
by Andy Bassett
Member shoestring25 wants to know if it's unreasonable to expect TVs to provide all the latest features such as HDR formats and HDMI 2.1. Are we getting closer to that goal with the latest 2020 TVs or is some differentiation important to encourage innovation? Join in the conversation and let us know what you think.