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Panasonic

Why isn’t there any Panasonic TVs in your tests, esp. OLEDs? (I’m a huge Panasonic picture quality fan -still running my Panasonic Plasma-, so I’m probably biased, but they deserve to be compared here).

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    Unfortunately, we buy and test all of our TVs ourselves, so we are limited to models available for purchase in the U.S. Unfortunately, Panasonic TVs aren’t currently sold by any major retailer in the U.S., so for the time being we are unable to review them.

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    I’ve been rocking Panasonic Plasmas since 2006; purchased my 65" Panasonic Plasma (TC-P65ST60) in 2013. Running it through a Denon AVR-S910W, with a SONY UBP-X800 Ultra HD Blu-ray/DVD Player. Guess I too am biased. Not yet ready to replace. Probably should, but…

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