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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2130 on: May 15, 2024 at 09:27 AM »
Nag-PM ako di naman sumasagot.

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2131 on: May 17, 2024 at 03:12 PM »
Panasonic JZ1000 = 55 inch - price drop @ Ansons Alabang Town Center



New model coming?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2132 on: May 18, 2024 at 03:03 AM »
Panasonic JZ1000 = 55 inch - price drop @ Ansons Alabang Town Center



New model coming?

Finally OLED 1" = 1t pesos🙂
Samsung 65"
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2133 on: May 30, 2024 at 09:55 PM »
Can anyone help me find the Panasonic 55 inch JZ1000?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2134 on: May 30, 2024 at 10:26 PM »
Can anyone help me find the Panasonic 55 inch JZ1000?

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when somebody posted here in pinoydvd that an lg oled c1 was available at a store in qc, i immediately went to the store and negotiated further price reduction .. lucky me..

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2135 on: Jun 11, 2024 at 10:01 PM »
I got the Panasonic JZ1000 does it really not have Disney+?

Can anyone confirm?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2136 on: Jun 12, 2024 at 05:25 PM »
yep, wala. better use an nvidia shield or apple tv

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2137 on: Jun 12, 2024 at 11:08 PM »
Thanks for confirming, sad.

This is true even if I change region?
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2138 on: Jun 27, 2024 at 10:40 PM »
I've had the Panasonic 55 JZ1000 for 3 weeks now and here are my impressions.
This is my first OLED TV, I'm coming from a Samsung KS7000 (KS8000 US) which has served for 7 years now and is still going strong.
In fact I wouldn't have upgraded if it were not for the sale.

- Picture quality is super, jaw dropping great and a definite step up over my previous set.
- A lot of it has to do with the black levels, that deep inky blacks that OLEDs are known for.
- HDR material greatly benefits from the true black, especially in dark scenes
- Colors out of the box is very natural to my eyes, I watch in Filmmaker mode and had to only do very minor tweaking.
- Menus are organized fairly well and is easy to navigate and best of all responsive.
- 4k 120hz on HDMI port 1 and 2 for the Xbox Series X and Ps5

Gripes, after 3 weeks of course I found some gripes.

(1st Gripe) This shouldn't be a problem for most people, because I'm probably the only person who has this issue in other forums.

- Sound Output settings doesn't work as well as I would like.
My TV is hooked up to a Denon 2809 AVR and also an Astro A50 wireless headset for when the wife and kid is asleep.
Here's how it's setup because unfortunately the Denon 2809 doesn't supprot ARC/eARC.
TV Optical Out -> Astro A50 Optical In -> Astro A50 Optical Out -> Denon 2809 Optical In

The issue is on the Sound Output menu of the Pana TV, I only get 2 options, TV and Home Theater.
When selecting Home Theater the TV is left to decide if the sound should output via HDMI or Optical.
And sometimes, audio just cuts out in the headset when selecting Home Theater.

This wasn't an issue with my Samsung KS7000 because I could select TV, Optical or HDMI.
I did find that audio still comes out of the TV optical out when leaving the Sound Output setting to TV (So I would just have to bring the TV volume down to 0 when using the wireless headset)

(2nd Gripe) again, probably not an issue for most people

4k 120hz mode for gaming disables the HDR Tonemap setting so I'm unable to turn off Tone Mapping when outputting 120hz (turning off Tone Mapping emulates LG's HGiG mode)

*Tone mapping is recommended for watching 4k HDR movies but for gaming more often than not it is better to have it off.

(3rd Gripe) also not an issue for most people.
Dolby Vision gaming supports only up to 60hz

2nd and 3rd Gripe I've read is a limitation of the MediaTek SOC so it isn't unique to the Panasonic, other Manufacturers as well have this issue.

(4th Gripe)

No Disney+


(5th Gripe)

Maybe it's just me but to my eyes the picture is a tad too sharp, even with 0 sharpness

(6th Gripe)

I still have DVD's laying around the house and the Samsung KS7000 handled SD upscaling better than this Panasonic OLED.
Maybe because of the aforementioned 5th Gripe, it may be a tad too sharp.
« Last Edit: Jun 27, 2024 at 11:03 PM by juanch »

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #2139 on: Jul 02, 2024 at 04:42 PM »
I've had the Panasonic 55 JZ1000 for 3 weeks now and here are my impressions.
This is my first OLED TV, I'm coming from a Samsung KS7000 (KS8000 US) which has served for 7 years now and is still going strong.
In fact I wouldn't have upgraded if it were not for the sale.

- Picture quality is super, jaw dropping great and a definite step up over my previous set.
- A lot of it has to do with the black levels, that deep inky blacks that OLEDs are known for.
- HDR material greatly benefits from the true black, especially in dark scenes
- Colors out of the box is very natural to my eyes, I watch in Filmmaker mode and had to only do very minor tweaking.
- Menus are organized fairly well and is easy to navigate and best of all responsive.
- 4k 120hz on HDMI port 1 and 2 for the Xbox Series X and Ps5

Gripes, after 3 weeks of course I found some gripes.

(1st Gripe) This shouldn't be a problem for most people, because I'm probably the only person who has this issue in other forums.

- Sound Output settings doesn't work as well as I would like.
My TV is hooked up to a Denon 2809 AVR and also an Astro A50 wireless headset for when the wife and kid is asleep.
Here's how it's setup because unfortunately the Denon 2809 doesn't supprot ARC/eARC.
TV Optical Out -> Astro A50 Optical In -> Astro A50 Optical Out -> Denon 2809 Optical In

The issue is on the Sound Output menu of the Pana TV, I only get 2 options, TV and Home Theater.
When selecting Home Theater the TV is left to decide if the sound should output via HDMI or Optical.
And sometimes, audio just cuts out in the headset when selecting Home Theater.

This wasn't an issue with my Samsung KS7000 because I could select TV, Optical or HDMI.
I did find that audio still comes out of the TV optical out when leaving the Sound Output setting to TV (So I would just have to bring the TV volume down to 0 when using the wireless headset)

(2nd Gripe) again, probably not an issue for most people

4k 120hz mode for gaming disables the HDR Tonemap setting so I'm unable to turn off Tone Mapping when outputting 120hz (turning off Tone Mapping emulates LG's HGiG mode)

*Tone mapping is recommended for watching 4k HDR movies but for gaming more often than not it is better to have it off.

(3rd Gripe) also not an issue for most people.
Dolby Vision gaming supports only up to 60hz

2nd and 3rd Gripe I've read is a limitation of the MediaTek SOC so it isn't unique to the Panasonic, other Manufacturers as well have this issue.

(4th Gripe)

No Disney+


(5th Gripe)

Maybe it's just me but to my eyes the picture is a tad too sharp, even with 0 sharpness

(6th Gripe)

I still have DVD's laying around the house and the Samsung KS7000 handled SD upscaling better than this Panasonic OLED.
Maybe because of the aforementioned 5th Gripe, it may be a tad too sharp.


Wow that is great for your Sammy KS7000, mine conked out after 5++ years.

How much did you got the OLED? Agree, I thought the KS7000 already has great pq, but the OLED is on another level.