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By hristoslav2
#15538 https://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201901/12/46281.html

https://www.lesnumeriques.com/tv-televi ... 82391.html

New OLED Panel "Professional Edition 4K OLED Panel". Until now, the panels could only be purchased on a modular basis - in a package (OLED panel + T-con), but orders for each part were made in GZ2000. Panasonic makes no statement about the contract, but there is no doubt that it is LG Display. This explains the higher price of Panasonic TVs - this and last year.
The modular foundation means you can not change the panel itself, but you can only distinguish the image quality by creating an image processing mechanism. Panasonic has been able to install their patented technology in the drive section. Panels are customized by Panasonic's engineers. As a result, the parameters that affect the image quality can be controlled more finely. The manufacturer ensures that the maximum brightness is the same, but the maximum average brightness level (APL) of the entire panel is higher. While the ABL (Automatic Brightness Limiter) behavior is better than the 2018 models. When a large part of the screen is white, the ABL function automatically limits overall brightness to prevent pixel wear from the amount of heat and energy needed to powering the entire pixel to its maximum brightness. There's nothing you can do about it, it's a built-in TV security panel feature.
By hristoslav2
#15570 1. Shoot in macro mode the panel of each diagonal and model to see changes in the sub pixel structure.
2. Take a close look at the speakers at the top and check if they are tilted forward or in a horizontal position.
3. Try to find out which processor they use
MediaTek 5598 ?
STV7804 ?
Hi3751V811 ?
4. Ask why there is no complete HDMI 2.1 port.
5. HDMI PC Signal support
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By Rasmus Larsen
#15664
hristoslav2 wrote:1. Shoot in macro mode the panel of each diagonal and model to see changes in the sub pixel structure.
2. Take a close look at the speakers at the top and check if they are tilted forward or in a horizontal position.
3. Try to find out which processor they use
MediaTek 5598 ?
STV7804 ?
Hi3751V811 ?
4. Ask why there is no complete HDMI 2.1 port.
5. HDMI PC Signal support


I will put that on my list. Thanks.