- Jul 12, 2006
PanasonicI am waiting on TV until the mess gets cleaned up. I want HRD10 and DolbyVision, so that rules out all Samsung sets. The new Vizio PQX has firmware issues. The Sony you mentioned doesn't support 4K/120 (future firmware update supposedly). The only "good" TV currently seems to be the LG OLEDs (even those are cutting the HDMI 2.1 bandwidth a bit, but seems like that shouldn't matter). My room has too many windows so I need the brighter LCDs.
The Panasonic HZ2000 is the ultimate home cinema TV. Its Pro Edition OLED panel delivers fabulously filmic images and class leading Dolby Atmos sound
...but unless you're hooking a PC up to it with ~$3k in GPU(s), how do you plan to push 4k/120 on it? Is that a NASCAR thing that you need it for?
Personally, I've hated 120hz for anything film/TV. It nauseates me to the degree that Pan-and-Scan did in the 90s and on. I get it for something like hockey or professional left-turning, but other than that and very expensive gaming, what is it for? PS5 will never be doing 4k/120.