I read elsewhere it doesn't have DV as announced at CES - would be still nice to know if they change their mind, can the SoC have it added (like the Sony's)?The article is tagged with "Dolby Vision (HDR)", but no mention or confirmation in the article. Is the set actually going to include Dolby Vision?
Sorry, I realise that, but I meant the screen, and everything associated. i.e. from the article, these cheaper models will not have the absolute black filter, and inputs/controls for using as a professional quality panel. Interestingly the Panasonic website currently shows no difference at all when compared other than the high-end one supports 3D. This is very likely an error, but how these manufacturers can't get the specs right for their own websites bemuses me.No such thing as inferior panel models - every panel is the same quality across the board according to LG. It also has the HCX2 processor so unless you were going to use your own LUT it should do the same job as the flagship OLED.
Basically you are paying for the design, soundbar and professional LUT option ...
I wonder what "Master HDR OLED Panel" actually means? Hand-Picked as best spec from the production line, or specially optimised/coated?According to hdtvtest these are the differences between this and the top of the range model:
- Master HDR OLED Panel;
- Absolute Black Filter to soak up ambient light and reduce reflections/ magenta tinting in brighter rooms; and
- Technics-tuned Dynamic Blade Speaker system.
Or let us know if it can be added at a future date (like the Sony Z9), would be miffed if I splash the cash this year and the 2018 range finally adds DV due to customer feedback/industry acceptance.....They even sorted the stand for once, well done pana
Do me a favour, add Dolby vision to make my life hell choosing between you and sony (not ignoring lg)
yeah, not sure if its the fact you can upload your own LuT, its like a professional mastering panel, v consumer....would be nice to have that defined...maybe its 12bitI wonder what "Master HDR OLED Panel" actually means? Hand-Picked as best spec from the production line, or specially optimised/coated?
Black Filter also sounds useful to have in a normal room environment.
As for the speakers, who gives a £$%&!