TP Vision introduces two new high-end OLED TVs with integrated soundbar from Bowers & Wilkins. The top model is the OLED + 986, which only appears in the 65-inch format. OLED + 936 comes in 48, 55 and 65 versions.
According to TP Vision, the new models are equipped with the latest OLED panels, which achieve twenty percent higher brightness. LG introduced these panels at the beginning of this year and is using them themselves in the G1 series and above. Philips TVs also have a new P5 image processor, which according to the manufacturer provides better clarity and accurate colors.
TVs run on Android TV and support all popular HDR formats. In addition to HLG, HDR10, HDR10 + and Dolby Vision, support for . files HDR10 + Adaptive added. This standard uses dynamic metadata and real-time information about ambient light to adjust brightness levels.
TP Vision offers new OLED TVs with four-sided Ambilight and HDMI 2.1 connections with VRR, FreeSync Premium and G-Sync support. Like the previous two models, both models incorporated Bowers & Wilkins audio systems, which were optimized for the newer models.
The top-of-the-line Philips OLED+ 986 again uses what’s called a Tweeter-on-Top technology, but now also has Continuum funnels, which Bowers & Wilkins also uses on the 800 Diamond series. According to the manufacturer, the new system can create a more spacious sound. The 986 will be available as a 65-inch version only and will be available from October at a suggested retail price of €4,449.
from Philips OLED + 936 It will be released in September in 48″, 55″ and 65″ sizes with suggested retail prices for 1999, 2,499 and 3,499 euros respectively. This model has a smaller Bowers & Wilkins speaker unit, as well as several updates over its predecessor. The manufacturer, has been Use of new components that improve the sound quality of the speaker system 3.2.1.
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