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Panasonic TX55GZ950B 55" Ultra HD 4K OLED Television
The Choice of Hollywood Professionals
Our premium OLED televisions are both tuned and used by Hollywood experts as part of the post-production picture sign-off process.
HCX PRO Intelligent Processor
Our Most Powerful Processor Yet
The HCX Pro Processor is the brain behind our legendary picture quality, delivering unrivalled accuracy and detail. Built on colour, black level and brightness know-how learned from several decades of manufacturing premium TVs and professional broadcast equipment. The picture processor has also been tuned by the renowned Hollywood colourist Stefan Sonnenfeld - to deliver picture quality true to the director's creative vision.
HDR10+ & Dolby Vision Support
Support for the widest range of High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats
Our new premium TVs support playback of both next-generation "Dynamic Metadata" HDR standards: HDR10+ and Dolby Vision™, for scene-by-scene HDR adjustment. They also support conventional HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma (HDR), so you can enjoy the widest variety of HDR content.
Dolby Atmos® Support
An immersive cinematic experience with Dolby Atmos®
With a compatible soundbar, this TV can deliver a sound that envelops you for an immersive experience.
Bluetooth Audio Link
For convenient sharing of sound wirelessly
With Bluetooth Audio Link you can easily connect your TV to other devices. You can listen to the TV's sound via a pair of remote Bluetooth speakers or headphones. Alternatively, you can send sound from your mobile device to the TV's speakers.
Easy TV Operation by Voice
Intuitive Voice Control
Selected Panasonic TVs give you hands-free operation from an Amazon Alexa or your Google Assistant enabled device. Operations such as turning the power on or off and changing the channel or volume, can be carried out by your voice without having to use the remote control. Ideal when your hands are full cooking or rushing out of the house.
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Thats a good price for this model
Makes me want to sell my FZ952B and get this:/

Ehh, I knew I got too late on OLED bandwagon and before release of new models:/

I know there is always going to be new models in the pipeline but part of me regrets not having DV for the sake of it...

Oh well:)

Great price for amazing OLED set!!! 🥵
Edited by: "Lestat69" 4th Oct
Fantastic kids
How does this compare to the LG 55 inch b going for £1,200 ?
Lestat6904/10/2019 08:59

Makes me want to sell my FZ952B and get this:/Ehh, I knew I got too late …Makes me want to sell my FZ952B and get this:/Ehh, I knew I got too late on OLED bandwagon and before release of new models:/I know there is always going to be new models in the pipeline but part of me regrets not having DV for the sake of it...Oh well:) Great price for amazing OLED set!!! 🥵


Not worth it at all...I have the fz803 and can’t be happier...keep your cash and wait for next generation in 2-3 years
You will not regret it...guaranteed
does this have 48gbps HDMI ports? Will this get VRR?
wboy8404/10/2019 09:08

How does this compare to the LG 55 inch b going for £1,200 ?


This will beat the B9 for picture quality - especially out of the box, where Panasonic's picture presets are measurably the most accurate on the market (after professional calibration of both it'd be closer). All of Panasonic's 2019 range use the same processor, whereas the B9's is cut down compared to the rest of LG's. Though the GZ2000 also comes with a cherrypicked panel which can get brighter than any other OLED on the market, making it the ultimate choice this year for picture quality (but with a price point to match).

bemaniac04/10/2019 10:31

does this have 48gbps HDMI ports? Will this get VRR?


No and it's not planned. That's the one downside to Panasonic's (and Sony's) OLEDs this year. If you plan to use it for heavy gaming, the LG might be the better option.
Aretak04/10/2019 10:56

This will beat the B9 for picture quality - especially out of the box, …This will beat the B9 for picture quality - especially out of the box, where Panasonic's picture presets are measurably the most accurate on the market (after professional calibration of both it'd be closer). All of Panasonic's 2019 range use the same processor, whereas the B9's is cut down compared to the rest of LG's. Though the GZ2000 also comes with a cherrypicked panel which can get brighter than any other OLED on the market, making it the ultimate choice this year for picture quality (but with a price point to match).No and it's not planned. That's the one downside to Panasonic's (and Sony's) OLEDs this year. If you plan to use it for heavy gaming, the LG might be the better option.


Next question. how does this compare to 55 inch c range lg tv on sale for £1,500? Is it worth paying the extra
wboy8404/10/2019 11:03

Next question. how does this compare to 55 inch c range lg tv on sale for …Next question. how does this compare to 55 inch c range lg tv on sale for £1,500? Is it worth paying the extra


In terms of raw picture quality, plain better (again, especially without professional calibration). Panasonic's picture processing produces the most natural image on the market. This is worth a watch:

Aretak04/10/2019 11:27

In terms of raw picture quality, plain better (again, especially without …In terms of raw picture quality, plain better (again, especially without professional calibration). Panasonic's picture processing produces the most natural image on the market. This is worth a watch:[Video]


I'm still using the Panasonic TX-P50GT60B from 2013. Looking for my upgrade now
wboy8404/10/2019 09:08

How does this compare to the LG 55 inch b going for £1,200 ?


Trying to decide the same thing.

Can get the 65 inch B8 for only £80 more than this.

Or the 2019 55 inch B9 for £180 less. Between this and the B9 I think the key differences are the B9 has HDMI 2.1 and the Panasonic does not. But the Panasonic has Dolby Vision and the B9 does not.

Also heard that Panasonic OLED's are the only ones that do not have some flicker issues with near blacks.

Decisions, decisions.
wboy8404/10/2019 11:35

I'm still using the Panasonic TX-P50GT60B from 2013. Looking for my …I'm still using the Panasonic TX-P50GT60B from 2013. Looking for my upgrade now


I'm on a P42V20... I've been hankering for so long but everytime I am about to bite I keep thinking "it's still alive".
crabby0904/10/2019 16:17

I'm on a P42V20... I've been hankering for so long but everytime I am …I'm on a P42V20... I've been hankering for so long but everytime I am about to bite I keep thinking "it's still alive".


Same here (ST50). I so want one of these but while the old girls still running, I can't justify it.
RYANdeals04/10/2019 12:31

Trying to decide the same thing. Can get the 65 inch B8 for only £80 more …Trying to decide the same thing. Can get the 65 inch B8 for only £80 more than this. Or the 2019 55 inch B9 for £180 less. Between this and the B9 I think the key differences are the B9 has HDMI 2.1 and the Panasonic does not. But the Panasonic has Dolby Vision and the B9 does not. Also heard that Panasonic OLED's are the only ones that do not have some flicker issues with near blacks.Decisions, decisions.


Maybe ask yourself if you're going to need those extra features within the lifetime of the TV, and go from there.

I don't game on big TV's so the extra HDMI features aren't such a big deal for me personally. I watch a lot of Netflix and movies so having DV & HRD 10+ is quite important.
crabby0904/10/2019 16:17

I'm on a P42V20... I've been hankering for so long but everytime I am …I'm on a P42V20... I've been hankering for so long but everytime I am about to bite I keep thinking "it's still alive".


P50vt20 still alive too lol. I bought ambilight because of the hype all I can say is awful awful blacks. But oled still a no for me telly has been on for honestly 12+ hrs a day for all that time. All the people in the trade I have spoken too said on oled will degrade with that much use so I still can't bite. God I hope it hangs on for a year more lol
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