Panasonic announces its 2023 lineup of OLED and LCD TVs from 42 to 85 inches – Picture and Sound – News

Panasonic has announced its full line of OLED and LCD TVs for next year. The company comes with four OLED models and five LCD models. They range from 42 to 85 inches, but prices are not yet known.

The top model of OLED screens is the MZ2000, which the company has already shown during CES. The company also announced the MZ800, MZ950 and MZ1500. These are OLED TVs with a diagonal of 42, 48, 55 or 65 inches. Both the higher end model and the cheaper versions have 4K resolution with support for HDR10 + Adaptive and Dolby Vision IQ. The device also has HDMI 2.1, vrr, AMD FreeSync Premium support, and Nvidia’s G-Sync for gamers who want to connect a PC. The devices also have DVB-C, S and T reception, and integration for both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

The difference is in the hardware, among other things, in the sound. The cheaper MZ800 model has Dynamic Surround Sound, but the more expensive MZ1500 has Dynamic Theater Surround Pro with front-facing speakers. This more expensive model also has the HCX Pro AI processor that calibrates the image in real time. Cheaper models don’t have that either.

The MX lineup consists of the MX700, MX710, MX800, MX940 and MX950. These are 4K TVs with Quantum dot mini LED technology that will be available in different sizes. The MX900 series is available in 43 and 50 inches for the MX940 and 55, 65 and 75 inches for the MX950. The MX700 Series comes in 43-, 50-, 55-, and 65-inch sizes. For the MX800, 75- and 85-inch versions will be added.

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The MX800 and MX900 series, like the OLED models, have HDMI 2.1 and FreeSync support, but not G-SYNC. All models have VRR support. The more expensive MX950 also has the HCX Pro AI processor for the same real-time image calibration. It is not yet known what the TVs will cost and when they will be launched in the Netherlands.

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