Panasonic's new TV is built for demanding cinephiles

The display has been calibrated by a leading Hollywood colorist.
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Panasonic HZ2000

Panasonic's HZ2000 has been designed from the ground up to play movies the way they were intended to be seen. It is the first OLED display to support Dolby Vision IQ and Filmmaker Mode and it has been specially calibrated by Stefan Sonnenfeld, a leading Hollywood colorist who has worked on some of the biggest blockbusters of all time. It will also support all the popular HDR formats and it features 360° Soundscape Pro, which features upward-firing speakers to support Dolby Atmos content and has been tuned by Panasonic's audio team at Technics.

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