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Official TC-65CX850U Pro 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Owners Thread

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Will this TV be sold in Best Buy stores? If so when?
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Will this TV be sold in Best Buy stores? If so when?
No definitive information, but rumor is it will be available August or September.
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Looks like the 55" version is up for sale on the Panasonic Canada website at $2500 CDN plus shipping, taxes, fees.

The 65" still shows a price of $3500 but no option to buy yet from the estore. Either way I need to wait for a friends store to start taking orders before I commit (and he's hearing early July). The only deal breaker would be if the set performs poorly at the shootout, but early reviews in smaller sizes suggest we have a true contender (at least against the Sony and Sammy FALD sets).
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Panasonic has just announced that all nine models in the CX series have received Netflix's "Recommended" designation. This means they've

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Performance - 1) Fast app launch, 2) Fast app resume and 3) Fast video playback
Ease of Access - 4) Netflix button and 5) Easy Netflix access
Features - 6) TV instant on and 7) Latest Netflix version.
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Should this thread include the 55 inch version of this model?
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Guys the 55" is already in stock at Fillion in Canada... seen it with my eyes.

My 65" is on order, shipping on July 18th.
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Guys the 55" is already in stock at Fillion in Canada... seen it with my eyes.

My 65" is on order, shipping on July 18th.
That is great news I will go this weekend to my local A/V store to see if anything has changed as well. Was it displayed or just in stock?

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Anyone have this set in hand yet? Panasonic has it listed as In Stock ship in 1-3 days on the US site

http://shop.panasonic.com/tvs/4k-tvs...=1&cgid=4k-tvs

Wonder when they will roll out to Best Buy and the like.
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Anyone have this set in hand yet?
My order is nine days old. In that time my Estimated Shipment has shown four different estimated shipping dates, the latest of which is 1-3 business days. It's on day 2 of showing that. Still the Order Status says Order Processing. My case may be unique because of the ship to address.

There was a report, quoting a BB source, that BB would have these in August. Nobody from BB who has posted or who I have been in contact with knows anything about availability of 2015 Panasonic TVs. Oh, and nobody besides BB carried the 2014s. And they didn't carry the whole line and didn't carry it in all stores. Who knows if that will change for 2015.
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My order is nine days old. In that time my Estimated Shipment has shown four different estimated shipping dates, the latest of which is 1-3 business days. It's on day 2 of showing that. Still the Order Status says Order Processing. My case may be unique because of the ship to address.

There was a report, quoting a BB source, that BB would have these in August. Nobody from BB who has posted or who I have been in contact with knows anything about availability of 2015 Panasonic TVs. Oh, and nobody besides BB carried the 2014s. And they didn't carry the whole line and didn't carry it in all stores. Who knows if that will change for 2015.

Yeah following Panasonic the last couple years since they discontinued their plasmas, I've noticed they prefer most of their business to come form their own web store. Brick and mortar store availability has been limited at best here in the US.
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That is great news I will go this weekend to my local A/V store to see if anything has changed as well. Was it displayed or just in stock?
Both! See my pictures from Sunday in the anticipation thread!
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I've noticed they prefer most of their business to come form their own web store.
And their own web store is pathetic. Just spoke to a human, not Jessica, and was told that "In Stock" isn't true and that "1-3 business days" isn't either since they don't have an ETA for these in their warehouse. She acknowledges some glitches with their "new" website. I responded "some?"
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And their own web store is pathetic. Just spoke to a human, not Jessica, and was told that "In Stock" isn't true and that "1-3 business days" isn't either since they don't have an ETA for these in their warehouse. She acknowledges some glitches with their "new" website. I responded "some?"
Haha, I attempted to speak to "Jessica" on the little chat thing, tried to confirm whether this was a 10-bit panel. I was told spec sheets in their database and website were not yet finalized.


I asked why they were selling something if they haven't finalized the spec sheet, "she" couldn't give me any kind of answer.


So I take it "Jessica" is pretty much limited in info on the Panasonic website?
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Both! See my pictures from Sunday in the anticipation thread!
I can't find them? What was your initial impression?

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Does anyone know the differences between the TC-55CX850U and The TC-55CX800U?

I am trying to determine if it warrants the additional expense.

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Does anyone know the differences between the TC-55CX850U and The TC-55CX800U?

I am trying to determine if it warrants the additional expense.

Thanks.
The CX850 adds: FALD with 64 zones (CX800 is edge-lit with 8 zones), Studio Master Processor with Dynamic Range Remaster and HDR Support, Voice Control, THX Certification, and additional configuration modes.

The biggest items there are the different back lighting system and the HDR support. IMO that makes it worth the difference in price.
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In the following video we will show you the Network Wi-Fi connection process for the 2015 Panasonic VIERA televisions series CX600, CX650, CX800, CX850, CS540, CS560 and CX900. This video will show you the process to select your language, country, viewing environment, setting up a network connection, setting the cable antenna, scanning channels and setting the clock.
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At lunch time EDT time I should lay my filthy hands on the 65" set
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Noice! Can't wait to see more pics.
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So I finally got to take pics in a blacked out living room (as much as i could).

The TV is calibrated with the same settings as the 55" reviewed at AVForums.

The pictures are taken with a handheld Canon 5D mk3, the same settings are applied for the first 5 set of pictures (iso 200, F2.8, 1/30)

The last set has its ISO boosted to over 2000 to capture the white ghosting, when a black picture is displayed.

Some say that the adaptive backlight control crushes the gamma... I will let you judge from these pictures.

I honestly can barely tell the difference (other than the last set).

I am also wondering if I should exchange the set because of the "ghost" issue, or does it get better with time (200h break in?).
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My CX850 had no ghosting. I ran mine without local dimming enabled as it did more bad than good. The crushing of blacks and strobing lead me to disabling it prior to eventually just returning the set due to a underwhelming picture overall. Colors just felt too flat on this set for me to want to live with it.
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So I finally got to take pics in a blacked out living room (as much as i could).

The TV is calibrated with the same settings as the 55" reviewed at AVForums.

The pictures are taken with a handheld Canon 5D mk3, the same settings are applied for the first 5 set of pictures (iso 200, F2.8, 1/30)

The last set has its ISO boosted to over 2000 to capture the white ghosting, when a black picture is displayed.

Some say that the adaptive backlight control crushes the gamma... I will let you judge from these pictures.

I honestly can barely tell the difference (other than the last set).

I am also wondering if I should exchange the set because of the "ghost" issue, or does it get better with time (200h break in?).
Nice images, thanks for sharing!

There looks like some minor crushing of shadow detail with the dimming set to max in some of the scenes, but not all of them. What is the source for the images?

From reading the Help Guide it looks like using the 'Contrast A.I.' adjustment controls in the Advanced Settings menu you may be able to dial in increased shadow detail to compensate for black crush, that seems like it may be worth playing with, as well as the 'Dynamic Range Remaster' function which looks to be a pseudo-HDR for non-HDR content, it may help increase detail in bright and dark areas.

The real test for the local dimming settings will be some content where there is a lot of dark plus some very bright in the frame, like many episodes of Game of Thrones this past season, space scenes for Gravity, etc, do you by any chance have anything like that you could test with?

Hate to bug you when you're enjoying your new TV, we're just all curious.
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Nice images, thanks for sharing!

There looks like some minor crushing of shadow detail with the dimming set to max in some of the scenes, but not all of them. What is the source for the images?

From reading the Help Guide it looks like using the 'Contrast A.I.' adjustment controls in the Advanced Settings menu you may be able to dial in increased shadow detail to compensate for black crush, that seems like it may be worth playing with, as well as the 'Dynamic Range Remaster' function which looks to be a pseudo-HDR for non-HDR content, it may help increase detail in bright and dark areas.

The real test for the local dimming settings will be some content where there is a lot of dark plus some very bright in the frame, like many episodes of Game of Thrones this past season, space scenes for Gravity, etc, do you by any chance have anything like that you could test with?

Hate to bug you when you're enjoying your new TV, we're just all curious.
The 4 first sets are from youtube 4k, the fifth set is from HBO HD and the last is youtube.

Could you point me to a specific scene in the movie? Minute:Secondes for the sake of simplicity.
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Nice images, thanks for sharing!

There looks like some minor crushing of shadow detail with the dimming set to max in some of the scenes, but not all of them. What is the source for the images?

From reading the Help Guide it looks like using the 'Contrast A.I.' adjustment controls in the Advanced Settings menu you may be able to dial in increased shadow detail to compensate for black crush, that seems like it may be worth playing with, as well as the 'Dynamic Range Remaster' function which looks to be a pseudo-HDR for non-HDR content, it may help increase detail in bright and dark areas.

The real test for the local dimming settings will be some content where there is a lot of dark plus some very bright in the frame, like many episodes of Game of Thrones this past season, space scenes for Gravity, etc, do you by any chance have anything like that you could test with?

Hate to bug you when you're enjoying your new TV, we're just all curious.
Enabling HDR will crush the blacks on this set. You're better off keeping that disabled.
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My CX850 had no ghosting. I ran mine without local dimming enabled as it did more bad than good. The crushing of blacks and strobing lead me to disabling it prior to eventually just returning the set due to a underwhelming picture overall. Colors just felt too flat on this set for me to want to live with it.
Colors look really natural in above pictures. I guess its questions of preference, but Ill take natural colors over the ones that look like fake and "pop".
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