The E9 features the second-generation Alpha 9 processor and the introduction of HDMI 2.1, enabling High Frame Rate and lossless object-based audio. There's support for every flavour of HDR, bar HDR10+, and Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro makes sure the E9 is displaying the best HDR10 image quality. So is it worth the higher cost compared to the C9?
We look at the budget 2019 OLED TV from Hisense, currently only available in 55-inches in the UK. Featuring a 10bit panel with 120Hz refresh rate, support for Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG HDR formats along with Dolby Atmos audio. So are you getting value for money or do you get what you pay for?
The Panasonic GZ950 offers all of the image processing and accuracy of the higher models in the range, but ditches the custom OLED panel of the GZ2000 as well as the speakers from that and soundbar from the GZ1500. So, does it feel like the GZ950 misses out on the sound and brightness, or is this the true dark horse bargain TV set of 2019? Let's find out.
The OLED854 is identical to the OLED804 model apart from the stand and features three-sided Ambilight, Dolby Vision and HDR10+ dynamic metadata systems and the new 3rd Generation P5 image processor, so is this mid-range screen worthy of your interest? Let's find out.
The Panasonic GZ2000 is a high-end 4K OLED TV with the new HCX PRO Intelligent processor and it supports HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision. It also has a soundbar tuned by Technics and support for Dolby Atmos with upward-firing speakers. So does it offer enough quality for the high-end price tag?
The GZ1500B features the HCX Pro Intelligent processor and Dolby Atmos audio is supported via a Blade speaker built into the TV, plus, for the first time, both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision dynamic metadata HDR formats are supported. A Netflix Calibrated mode is also available.