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PANASONIC VIERA TX-65CZ950E TV DRIVER
Accordingly, it makes for interesting reading: Indeed, this echoes the findings of our own tests. Additionally, the press release subtly addresses screen uniformity, by using a quote from Eric Gemmer, who is responsible for testing displays for certification at THX.
Panasonic is no stranger to producing high-end televisions with past offerings such as the Z1 and the Kuro-killing ZT60but the CZ will be the company's most expensive "consumer" model yet: The company certainly has the know-how to produce eye-poppingly good plasma TVs, and this could translate to OLED as plasma is also a self-illuminating technology. OLED is still so new and so expensive to produce it will take some time before it is ready for the mainstream, but having more competition in the space is certainly a good start. Best TVs for The best 4K Ultra HD TVs of today Sharply dressed The curved screen is as pretty as ever too, while the set's rear benefits from an uncharacteristic for Panasonic rush of design blood in the shape Panasonic Viera TX-65CZ950E TV a white Alcantara finish.
This Panasonic Viera TX-65CZ950E TV even extends to a clip-on panel that sits over the deeper section of the 65CZ's rear that accommodates such things as the built-in connections, tuners and video processing circuitry.
While it's easy to imagine people being seduced by the curved screen on an aesthetic level, it's important to stress that curved screens can cause viewing issues in the shape of distorted reflections of bright Panasonic Viera TX-65CZ950E TV in your room and impaired image geometry if Panasonic Viera TX-65CZ950E TV watching from down the TV's sides. It is usually possible to mitigate both of these issues in a sensibly arranged viewing room, though - and if you've just dropped eight grand on a TV, I'd say you owe it to yourself to try and do whatever you need to do to get the 65CZ into an optimum position! Connections Although it almost feels boring to talk about something as prosaic as connections on a TV like this, the bottom line is that they are actually very impressive.
Following an upcoming firmware update they will also, we're assured, handle high dynamic range HDR sources such as Ultra HD Blu-rays when they appear. It's a real pity the necessary firmware upgrade to add HDR to the 65CZ's considerable talents wasn't available in time for this review, Panasonic Viera TX-65CZ950E TV hopefully it will make Panasonic's TV even better when it does roll out.
Has Panasonic just made the best TV ever? The TV, which just went on sale in the UK as the Panasonic TXCZ and costs £7, (about $11, Panasonic's much-loved but now defunct plasma technology - every. Panasonic Viera TX-65CZ950E TV
The Panasonic TXCZ A TV that for once is as good as it looks. to draw on Panasonic's years of experience with plasma screens to.