Panasonic TX-65DXW904 in the Test

You want the best ultra-HD image quality with high dynamic range, it takes the resplendent white, the richest black and a huge color scale. Here, Panasonic is sensational in the new TX-65 DXW904.

Panasonic TX-65DXW904 in the Test
Before we test the Panasonic TX-65DXW904 turn to, a little look at the LCD technology: the trick, as one commercially available LCD panels to absolute performance, Panasonic has out like no other. This is particularly important, since you gave up the highly acclaimed own display production a few years ago. Now the manufacturer on all resources can be accessed and used the full range of the market since then.
Country of origin and technology (IPS or VA) vary depending on the quality and price range of the TV unit to build. And how much to the LCD cells with the appropriate background lighting pimp can, is amazing. LCD cells not even shine in contrast to OLEDs, but they function as valves of LED back lights.
But its brightness, purity, distribution on the screen and clocking is decisive about many aspects of image rendering with. So a LCD-valve is never really closed, super black, but if you mind the LED light behind him, dark is really enough. It’s called then back light dimming.
Is of course how many LEDs can illuminate independently of each other individual areas depending on the image content of decisive importance here. The more the merrier. In contrast to many manufacturers, which rely on fewer than a dozen LEDs sitting on the edge of the, draws on Panasonic here the full and sets a fabulous 512 cluster.
The LEDs sit directly behind the LCD elements and are divided into a honeycomb structure for the first time. Classic rectangles were to quickly detect artifacts – light garlands around bright objects. The same number of LEDs already had the predecessor to AXW904, but here was dimmed only behave and an IPS Panel, the error due to the smaller native contrast would be noticed easier was used. A VA Panel with system deter mined high contrast, but weaker perspective sits in the Panasonic TX-65DXW904.
The large number of LEDs provides yet another, crucial for HDR advantage: more light. In short, the Panasonic is the most brilliant series TV, which we have ever measured. The ultra HD premium to get certified logo, are at least 1000 nits (cd / m ²) necessary, creates the Panasonic in calibrated color loose 1250th standard TVs offer comparison usually just over 300. Cover of the DCI-P3 cinema color space he exceeded the required 90% 96% – again owing to its LED back lighting. Which is basically white, its spectrum consists but of narrow-band RGB tips. So, particularly pure primary colors come out after the LCD color filters.
Last trick that now positively affects the motion playback, Panasonic not just softly dims the back light, but it pulses with the composition. This scanning shuts views LCD elements that adapt to a cinema screen to the next, so to speak. Then overly great results on the measurement of response time. And because the eye follows moving objects and the blend gets no light, it minimizes the smearing of movements and everything appears sharper.
The saying of the many shadows produced by plenty of light materialize at the classic TV playback. Panasonic ventures the step, the 1000 normal sources to apply nits mega Brillanz not only in HDR, but on request. You have mastered only for a fraction of the contrast range, and so any artifacts such as framing or banding (streaks of color) fall better in the eye than ever before. Here, it should significantly reduce the Back light einstellung familiar TV enjoyment, for example in THX quality, to get.
The professional handling of the many image improvers is advantage when it comes to only average TV sources. You can be well optimized, but the automatic detection of noise and artifacts makes the tuner screen usually somewhat flat. Panasonic’s motion compensation has learned, is now variable adjustable and dispenses with pull down. The enormous luminosity shows but also here otherwise inconspicuous juddering.

Marion

Of course, we have moved from a so highly decorated television such as the Panasonic TX-65 DXW 904 in anticipation of absolute perfection on the measurements and tests. The first impression of brilliance, color strength, 4 k resolution and black level in the dark cinema was then also hilariously for LCD TV.
After we turned back by the new ultra HD HDR reference scenes on full HD (Blu-ray) or the tuner tried out our nastiest test sequences and longer looked away, we found also hairs in the image soup. Lights up red phosphorus of the backlight LEDs minimal after, which can lead to streaks of color with very fast movements. Also, the color channels to sharpen something, leave the way of entirely manipulation-free Studio quality.
The Panasonic TX-65DXW904 is a master of image, but may we not refrain, also his other qualities highlight. So, its four speakers with decent bass Foundation literally played other TVs on the wall. Equipped with four twin tuners included the best recording options and varied settings for quality and diversity of media are also top.
Hard to believe how easily can be handle the many TV skills on a daily basis. Here are screen mirroring and server roles that provide highly sophisticated (even on the World Wide Web with remote programming) tasks live TV and recordings in the network. The Firefox OS stores Favorites on the home page and covers TV features such as apps. So everything is smarter, then because the operation from a single source. Detail settings, however, are professional thing, because so many that they overwhelm often despite brief explanations.

Conclusion

The brightest LCD TV of all time offers conclusion suitable to the HDR revolution perfect luminosity, jet black and iridescent colors.Complemented by its high-quality facilities, a good sound and ease of use, this TV has earned one of the top courses in the TV-Hall-of-Fame.
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