Overlook about sky glass! Panasonic unveils an ideal sounding new TV


If you thought the built-in soundbar Sky Glass is bringing to customers was a great idea, wait until you see what Panasonic brings out this year. The tech company is known for making some of the best sounding TVs in the world, and in 2022 it appears they will be turning things to 11!

The new LZ2000 was just unveiled at the CES technology show in Las Vegas and it sounds really impressive.

Hidden beneath the OLED screen is a huge front-facing soundbar that spans the width of the TV. It has 14 speakers in total and should mean you shouldn’t have to invest in additional audio equipment.

But that’s not all, this goggle box also features top-firing and side-firing speakers placed on the rear case for full 360-degree sound.

Panasonic is no stranger to stunning sound, but the company says it completely redesigned things this year to make the experience even more immersive.

There are even different modes including “Pinpoint”, “Area” and “Spot” that can be used to suit all rooms and people’s specific tastes, plus there is what is known as Directional Sound.

This allows users to focus the sound. This allows parents with young children who sleep behind a wall on one side of the room to deflect the sound away from them.

Another practical use is to increase the volume for a hearing-impaired viewer, but not for other viewers. Of course, most people want stunning pictures on their TVs as well as epic sound and it seems Panasonic has that covered.

The LZ2000’s OLED panel has been tuned by Hollywood professionals to ensure it looks as good as it sounds. There are also advanced sensors that can detect the color temperature of the ambient light and adjust the image to provide a more natural experience when shooting at night, for example.

Another bonus is the so-called Auto AI mode, which automatically detects what type of content is being displayed. Things are then adjusted accordingly to make sure things are set for the ultimate picture.

If you have one of the latest consoles, you will also find a dedicated gaming mode called “Game Control Board”.

This collects all relevant game settings and information in one place and presents them as an overlay over the game.

The TV also supports 4K at 120 frames per second, which makes the graphics look silky smooth, and a Dark Visibility Enhancer allows players to adjust the almost black portion of dark scenes, making it easier to see the route ahead or spot enemies hiding in the shadows.

Other features of the LZ2000 include voice control and unrestricted access to the latest and most popular streaming applications such as Netflix.

It will be available soon in 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes with a full price and an official launch date.

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