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Panasonic TX55GZ2000B 55" Ultra HD 4K HDR10+ Dolby Vision OLED TV + 5 Year Warranty - £1999 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Panasonic TX55GZ2000B 55" Ultra HD 4K HDR10+ Dolby Vision OLED TV + 5 Year Warranty - £1999 Delivered @ RGB Direct

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Posted 10th Apr

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Some might say it's not worth the hike in price from the GZ950, or to go for the LG, but thought I'd post anyway as I haven't seen this higher end model drop below the £2000 mark yet. Also added bonus with the free 5 Year Warranty.

Only 2 left in Stock at time of post.

”The best performing OLED TV we’ve tested so far.” ’What Hi-Fi?’ – 5 Star review here. (Tested at £2999)

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Technics tuned, Dolby Atmos speaker system

Dolby Atmos is one of the greatest cinema sound advances in the past ten years and, with this flagship Panasonic, it’s something you can now experience from your TV. Featuring built-in upward and front firing speakers, the TX-55GZ2000B delivers a ‘3D’, immersive sound, just like at the cinema. The upward firing, Dolby Atmos speakers give real height to the sound, making it feel like helicopters, aircraft and falling rain are all coming from above. Making the most of this Dolby Atmos speaker configuration the punchy 140 watt power output and Technics tuned sound mean that you get the power and quality to match the enveloping feel.

Professional Edition OLED screen
Self-illuminating OELD technology gives this 55 inch Panasonic OLED TV a head start but this Professional Edition goes further still. The superior quality OLED panel expands the dynamic range for a brighter, even more stunning picture.

OLED enhanced by Panasonic’s HCX Pro Intelligent Sensor
Using the Pro version of Panasonic’s HCX (Hollywood Cinema eXperience) chip, the TX-55GZ2000B packs powerful processing for an optimised picture. Tuned by leading Hollywood colourist, Stefan Sonnenfeld, this Panasonic 55 inch TV delivers total picture accuracy and remains true to the director’s vision.

Maximises HDR – including HDR10+
For the highest quality picture, HDR10+ offers scene-by-scene HDR mastering for the truest, most accurate HDR picture technology to date. With HDR10+ each scene is optimised, meaning the maximum amount of detail is shown – even in the brightest or darkest moments. The TX55GZ2000B also supports standard HDR10 and HLG formats. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
As well as supporting HDR10+, the TX55GZ2000B is also compatible with Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas around the world. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content.

Premium style
Fitted with a premium, brushed aluminium stand, the TX-55GZ2000 improves on the TV’s already sleek, good looks. The stand also matches Panasonic’s soundbars, meaning they don’t just fit neatly but look part of the TV, too.

Voice Assistant – Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa compatible*
Voice Assistant means you simply have to speak to bring up content and search results. Now featuring Google Home and Amazon Alexa Voice Assistant is more powerful than ever. Google Home integrates with services such as Google Photos and Google Maps to make your TV an even greater source of entertainment. *Requires compatible Alexa or Google speaker.

Fully smart
When it comes to smart TV flexibility, the TX55GZ2000B has all the features you need. A full web browser complements a wide range of web apps. DLNA certified streaming makes it easy to transfer music and video files from your home computer, laptop or NAS drive to the TV. Also standard is Swipe and Share functionality. Swipe and share lets you use the Panasonic Remote TV app for smartphone media sharing. By using the app on your smartphone or tablet you can easily stream pictures, 4K videos and music straight to the TV - no cables required.

Bluetooth Audio Link
Featuring a two-way Bluetooth Audio link, the TX55GZ2000B makes the most of this wireless connectivity. Use the Bluetooth output to link up with your headphones or Bluetooth speaker. Alternatively, send Bluetooth sound from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth enabled device to the TV and listen through the TV’s speakers.

Twin tuners for flexible viewing
With twin tuners on board you can record onto a USB-linked device while watching a different channel, simultaneously.

Freeview Play for easy access to catch-up TV
This Panasonic also features Freeview Play. This combines catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television to make it easy to watch what you want, when you want. It's free from subscription and compatible with existing broadband services, while BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4 and Demand 5 are available without having to open specific apps, giving effortless scroll-back TV (requires broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed of 2Mbps).

Ultimate sound and vision come together with style, in the Panasonic TX-55GZ2000B.
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Might be better but doubt too many scenes look better than a £800 less, more native LG.
LadyEleanor10/04/2020 21:04

Might be better but doubt too many scenes look better than a £800 less, …Might be better but doubt too many scenes look better than a £800 less, more native LG.


I agree not £800s worth.. Just thought I’d post anyway as I’ve never seen this high end Panasonic model drop below £2200 yet..
Aha!
The law of diminishing returns!
is this four times better than a £500 TV? of course not,
but is it best value for those who can afford it - yes.
LadyEleanor10/04/2020 21:04

Might be better but doubt too many scenes look better than a £800 less, …Might be better but doubt too many scenes look better than a £800 less, more native LG.


Isn't that the way of things though? Look at cars, graphics cards, luxury clothes etc. Never that far apart and dwindling returns but people pay what they want to get the best. I've been tempted to get this as it matches the OLED contrast with higher brightness which surely creates so very cool experiences in games / tv. I understand it costs more but as mentioned that is just the way of things and up to people if they want to pay the difference. Seems a fair hike up for a custom panel with the extra tech they put in it to me. Sony seem to have similar prices on their top end so short of being an LG or Phillips only person then this seems in line with other offerings.

Not disagreeing with anyone but I don't see why it's voted cold when people are happy to pay the Apple tax for little to no improvement, the premium car prices and high end gpu etc. I think the peak brightness would definitely add some value to this tv.
Edited by: "Llost" 11th Apr
stuart0797011/04/2020 07:08

Aha!The law of diminishing returns!is this four times better than a £500 …Aha!The law of diminishing returns!is this four times better than a £500 TV? of course not,but is it best value for those who can afford it - yes.


Llost11/04/2020 07:45

Isn't that the way of things though? Look at cars, graphics cards, luxury …Isn't that the way of things though? Look at cars, graphics cards, luxury clothes etc. Never that far apart and dwindling returns but people pay what they want to get the best. I've been tempted to get this as it matches the OLED contrast with higher brightness which surely creates so very cool experiences in games / tv. I understand it costs more but as mentioned that is just the way of things and up to people if they want to pay the difference. Seems a fair hike up for a custom panel with the extra tech they put in it to me. Sony seem to have similar prices on their top end so short of being an LG or Phillips only person then this seems in line with other offerings.Not disagreeing with anyone but I don't see why it's voted cold when people are happy to pay the Apple tax for little to no improvement, the premium car prices and high end gpu etc. I think the peak brightness would definitely add some value to this tv.


It was probably a bad time for me to post as most people see the current C9 deal which is, realistically better value for money. This still shouldn’t be cold however as it is technically £200 cheaper than it’s ever been for arguably one of the best OLEDs on the market.. Just the way this site goes though as soon as it goes cold people will just tend to follow in suit
Most, but not all App,e deals get voted cold too.

Here though, there is no need to argue 4K OLED is better.
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