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Published on January 8th, 2019 | by The GC Team

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CES 2019: Panasonic claims “world’s most cinematic TV”

Panasonic is claiming a number of “world firsts“ with the introduction of the GZ2000, a custom-made Professional Edition 4K OLED panel optimised by a leading Hollywood colourist. The Japanese company says the new panel highlights “unparalleled colour accuracy and significantly better average brightness levels“ and describes it as the “world’s most cinematic TV“.

The GZ2000 is the “world’s first” OLED TV to support both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision HDR, as well as HLG Photo – the new still image format which brings still photography into the HDR world.

GZ2000 is also the “world’s first” TV with built-in upward-firing speakers capable of delivering Dolby Atmos® immersive audio with ease and convenience. The total audio system has been tuned by engineers from Panasonic’s Technics audio brand.

Yasushi Murayama, head of Panasonic’s European TV business, said: “Thanks to our customised Professional Edition OLED panel and our most powerful processor ever, together with the uncompromising sound combination of Tuned by Technics and Dolby Atmos, the GZ2000 is the most complete television we have ever made.”

The unit also offers support for voice assistants.

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