Panasonic’s New Flagship TV: The LZW2004

Recently, nothing has excited us more than Panasonic's latest TV, which it unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022 (CES for short). It's about time you got the low down, too.

For more than four decades, CES has taken place annually, every January in Las Vegas, and features the yearly product launches of most major manufacturers, which would naturally include Panasonic. There, they presented their new flagship OLED model: the LZW2004 (internationally LZ2000) TV will be available in 55, 65, and, for the first time, 77-inch sizes.

As is already known, Panasonic is tops when it comes to pictures, which is now accompanied by the ability to adjust the ambient light temperature. That means the TV has a sensor that detects light and light temperature in the environment so that your device will deliver a natural-looking picture both day and night.

Furthermore, the TV’s Auto AI mode can detect which kind of program is running, which means that the picture and sound are optimized according to the content. This feature can also be turned off when necessary if you prefer to configure it manually.

Gamers’ hearts will speed up when they find they can access a collection of gaming functions with a dedicated control menu. For one thing, you don’t have to leave the game anymore! The Game Control Board especially possesses a menu that is called up above the game, via which relevant game settings and information can be displayed.

But what is it we love the most? We’d have to say that the highlight of the TV is its integrated soundbar with Dolby Atmos. The LZC2004 has speakers that radiate upwards, sideways, and forwards, providing spatial sound. Furthermore, it is possible to direct the sound to the listening position or any point. The Area mode allows the sound to reach a group of people, while the Sport mode increases the volume for a narrowly defined spot in the room. Nosy neighbors will hear nothing: No one need to listen but you.

It might also be added that Panasonic is working with the German Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired in the development of the LZW2004 in order to improve accessibility. There is supposed to be a quick menu with which you can access the settings regarding accessibility. The result is menu navigation via voice output.

So much for the first information about the new OLED TV LZ W2004 from the well-known house Panasonic. We can’t wait to see it ourselves. And to give you the chance to see it as soon as we have it in our showrooms!

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