Following the announcement of the brand’s advanced model JZ2000 OLED TV, Panasonic revealed more about its LED and OLED TV line-up for 2021. Thanks to their superb Hollywood tuning and colour accuracy, a Panasonic tv is always among the top choices for viewing high-quality TV series and movies. 

This year, guided by its theme ‘See it all. Feel it all’, Panasonic is using this expertise to improve the immersive viewing enjoyment of gaming, streaming, sports, and other content. Besides its top-notch picture quality that covers all the detail, colour and contrast, and precise and powerful sound, the brand gives the top reasons to buy a Panasonic tv.

Super Bright Plus IPS LED

Panasonic deploys local dimming methods to produce a smooth and black gradation level for an immersive viewing experience. This way, images do not appear washed out in areas with high and low brightness even if the input signal exceeds the screen’s maximum brightness level. Panasonic’s Super Bright Plus technology offers more brightness by putting LED lights behind the transmissive IPS panel. This makes the pictures appear more dynamic and crispier even from a wider viewing angle. IPS panels improve the durability of any Panasonic tv.

Multiple HDR Support

High Dynamic Range (HDR), as it is best known, indicates better dynamic contrast, improved brightness, and a broader colour palette. All these make your viewing experience a more life-like one. You get to experience brighter whites, darker blacks, and other colours that also appear to be more natural. HDR, thus, enhances the image details that are not seen in older televisions with a standard display model.

Panasonic boasts its HDR tech as HDR Premium, which is brighter and more real. HRD Premium is HDR10 – an open-source version of HDR. Panasonic HDR Premium draws its working operation from the way our eyes perceive an image and adjusts it the way it perceives. This helps to match the given environment.

HEXA Chroma Drive Pro

At the 2021 CES trade show, Panasonic revealed more about the launch of the world’s first, one-of-its-kind HDR-capable 4K and 55 inch TV. This supports professional-grade image processing. The brand utilizes HEXA Chroma Drive Pro technology that deploys advanced image processing algorithms. These use a six-colour reproduction methodology instead of only three used in contemporary TVs. 

Besides the three primary colour axes (RGB), it also complements a set of three other colours—CMY. Any image, thus, appears to be vivid and more beautiful. This is a high-end technology for advanced colour pallets from Panasonic. It is usually available in all Panasonic UHD TVs. The technology is comparable with the Triluminous display from Quantum Dots, Sony from Samsung TVs, and OLEDs from LG.

Authentic Backlight Motion Rate 

TVs are marketed using different specs and one of the lesser promoted parameters is the refresh rate. Panasonic refers to it as the Backlight Motion Rate (BMR). Earlier, it was popular as the Backlight Scan Rate. Most TV brands, however, buff up the numbers to overstate the authentic refresh rates but Panasonic is an exception. Panasonic boasts a high BMR number like 1500 Hz or 2200 Hz for its premium models like FX730 and FX600, a classic 65-inch TV.

My Smart Homescreen 4.0

Panasonic continues pushing its Firefox-based My Home Screen operating system (OS) forward. The latest 4k smart TVs introduced from 2019 come with its ‘My Home Screen 4.0’ edition. The brand has redesigned its user interface (UI) with a bottom menu. This helps to avoid obstructing videos/images appearing on screen. The new OS allows users to reconfigure the home screen layout. It is easier to access on-demand videos and broadcast content thanks to the new UI and shortcuts.

Fine Remaster Engine along with Dot Noise Reduction

Though the 4K segment is steadily catching up with demands, there are not enough sources supporting 4K. This means under using the 4K TV potential to run something that is of a lesser resolution like HD or Full HD. Also, when displaying content of lower resolution on a 4K TV, the same needs upscaling so that the picture being aired does not look pixelated and grainy. 

To cope with this issue, the engineers at Panasonic have delivered a super-resolution using its next-gen engine, which they refer to as the 4K Fine Remaster Engine. It has deployed an advanced example-based resolution methodology. This algorithm copes with sources, including SD images, Full-HD, online movies, and more.

The latest 4K Panasonic tvs have a Dot Noise Reduction technology. This helps to minimize dot noise around the objects on the TV screen. If you are thinking about what dot noise is, let us explain. Dot noise is a kind of noise that conjures up when there is a conversion of a video from a lower to a higher resolution; for instance, the conversion of standard definition (SD) to high definition (HD). The dot noise is always more prominent on the edge of contrasting colours like blue and yellow.

It’s interesting to note that the development of this technology began even before the 4K panel was designed, hinting how committed and dedicated Panasonic was when it came to delivering super-resolution engines in the latest 4K TVs. Panasonic also believes that such addition will enhance the immersive TV watching experience.

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