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A great article recently posted from the folks over at Audioholics: Untangling HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2
I wish the article addressed why HDMI 2.0 was being limited when HDCP 2.2 is involved. I think we all know by now, but the article kind of misses that important point. And it only addresses what you should look for, while never mentioning that right at this moment, there is no point in even looking at currently available products.


Dumb time to need a new TV.

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I wish the article addressed why HDMI 2.0 was being limited when HDCP 2.2 is involved. I think we all know by now, but the article kind of misses that important point. And it only addresses what you should look for, while never mentioning that right at this moment, there is no point in even looking at currently available products.


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I believe others have stated that hdcp 2.2 takes away from the bandwidth stream. meaning theirs less bandwidth for the other information that has to pass through as well.
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I believe others have stated that hdcp 2.2 takes away from the bandwidth stream. meaning theirs less bandwidth for the other information that has to pass through as well.
Absolutely, that is my understanding as well. Just unfortunate this very recent article did not touch on that.
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Just came back from BB and I saw the 2014 Panasonic lineup placard listing the AX900. However, it only lists the 65" model. I hope it is a misprint and panasonic brings both sizes to the U.S. market. I'm in the market for a 50"-55" for the bedroom.
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Just came back from BB and I saw the 2014 Panasonic lineup placard listing the AX900. However, it only lists the 65" model. I hope it is a misprint and panasonic brings both sizes to the U.S. market. I'm in the market for a 50"-55" for the bedroom.
I believe it was posted in another thread that the AX900 series might be a Best Buy exclusive. Well, regardless, it at least isn't featured on their website yet.
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AX900 makes its U.S. debut in Beverly Hills. Doesn't mention the 55". I wonder if imagic will fly to California for this event? If you do, imagic, can you ask them about the 55" availability in the U.S.


http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/sh...ech-show/18398
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AX900 makes its U.S. debut in Beverly Hills. Doesn't mention the 55". I wonder if imagic will fly to California for this event? If you do, imagic, can you ask them about the 55" availability in the U.S.


http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/sh...ech-show/18398
I wouldn't worry so much that they won't be demo'ing a 55", I'm more worried over the fact that the AX900 is being demoed at a "luxury" show. Is this is an indication that Panasonic will stick it with a top end Sony-like price as they seem to be doing in other parts of the world?
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I wouldn't worry so much that they won't be demo'ing a 55", I'm more worried over the fact that the AX900 is being demoed at a "luxury" show. Is this is an indication that Panasonic will stick it with a top end Sony-like price as they seem to be doing in other parts of the world?

I believe Panasonic is trying to figure out for itself how they fit in the market place; the world of LCD and OLED. With the AX900, they are testing the high end market. However, even the high end will no longer sustain a $8,000 TV. Vizio has demonstrated this year that you can produce a high performing TV at a lower cost. The first professional review of the P series says that it is a better 4K TV than the competition (see link below). Faced with this new reality, all manufacturers have to up their game if they want to stay viable. If the high end strategy fails then they will experiment with another, yet unknown, approach. Finally, there is probably some internal debate within Panasonic as they analyze their competition and market realities.


http://www.rtings.com/reviews/tv/lcd-led/vizio/p-series
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Any news on the ax940 ? The 85" model ? I already have a 65" ZT, looking for a larger model with local dimming.

I was so happy without HDR...
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AX900 makes its U.S. debut in Beverly Hills. Doesn't mention the 55". I wonder if @imagic will fly to California for this event? If you do, imagic, can you ask them about the 55" availability in the U.S.

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Any news on the ax940 ? The 85" model ? I already have a 65" ZT, looking for a larger model with local dimming.
Interesting. The HighDefDigest is referring to the US variant of the 85" model as the AX850, not the X940 ( @slimoli , it has never been the AX940.)

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The AX940 was shown at the last IFA, see the video:


Perhaps AX940 in Europe and AX850 here ?

I was so happy without HDR...

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I believe Panasonic is trying to figure out for itself how they fit in the market place; the world of LCD and OLED. With the AX900, they are testing the high end market. However, even the high end will no longer sustain a $8,000 TV. Vizio has demonstrated this year that you can produce a high performing TV at a lower cost. The first professional review of the P series says that it is a better 4K TV than the competition (see link below). Faced with this new reality, all manufacturers have to up their game if they want to stay viable. If the high end strategy fails then they will experiment with another, yet unknown, approach. Finally, there is probably some internal debate within Panasonic as they analyze their competition and market realities.


http://www.rtings.com/reviews/tv/lcd-led/vizio/p-series
I think still while that's impressive we have to look at it from Sony and Panasonic's view. This site hasn't reviewed the 950b or ax900.. we already know at this point it pretty much outperforms all of the edgelits in some aspects. I think if it would've included 3D they could've taken more of a chunk of the market. even though the 950b has blooming issues I think more people would prefer it if not for the price tag. 72-64 zones is impressive and vizio has performed this well lets hope the same can be said about the R series. vizio has definitely hit their mark this year
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I think still while that's impressive we have to look at it from Sony and Panasonic's view. This site hasn't reviewed the 950b or ax900.. we already know at this point it pretty much outperforms all of the edgelits in some aspects. I think if it would've included 3D they could've taken more of a chunk of the market. even though the 950b has blooming issues I think more people would prefer it if not for the price tag. 72-64 zones is impressive and vizio has performed this well lets hope the same can be said about the R series. vizio has definitely hit their mark this year

Both, Sony and Panasonic, have the technical prowess to build and market world class TVs. Along with Samsung they just misread their competition (Vizio) and market trend (Price/Performance) this year. If additional professional reviews are kind to the Vizio P series, as I expect them to be, competition demands better performing products in the future. I am looking forward to CES 2015 to see how much of an impact Vizio has made in the TV industry. Hopefully, more better performing FALD sets from everyone. I personally would love to see FALD sets that outperform my Sharp Elite, in all aspects of PQ, as that would give me a reason to upgrade.
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Both, Sony and Panasonic, have the technical prowess to build and market world class TVs. Along with Samsung they just misread their competition (Vizio) and market trend (Price/Performance) this year. If additional professional reviews are kind to the Vizio P series, as I expect them to be, competition demands better performing products in the future. I am looking forward to CES 2015 to see how much of an impact Vizio has made in the TV industry. Hopefully, more better performing FALD sets from everyone. I personally would love to see FALD sets that outperform my Sharp Elite, in all aspects of PQ, as that would give me a reason to upgrade.
I most certainly agree its time those old trends go out the door. Competition is a wonderful thing although I still have high hopes for the ax900. Its nice to have choices and it would be great to see IPS panel tech advanced farther.
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The AX940 was shown at the last IFA, see the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-i6yYZFTLJ4

Perhaps AX940 in Europe and AX850 here ?
The 85" European variant is definitely the X940 , @slimoli . Whoever manages the 'Channel Panasonic' YouTube account has made a mixtake (pun intended, error not!) in the video title, so I will ensure that this gets fixed. I was at IFA, stood in front of the stand in that very video, and X940 was said specifically and repeatedly by the gentleman in that very video: Michael Price, VIERA Product Specialist at Panasonic UK. It's also in the written documentation I was given directly by Panasonic, as well as in the press and consumer website documents.

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Thanks for clarifying the model number. I am very curious about the price on the 85" model since there is nothing to compare with besides the extremely expensive Sony. Anything below 10K will be good but perhaps it's just wishful thinking.

I was so happy without HDR...
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The 85" European variant is definitely the X940 , @slimoli . Whoever manages the 'Channel Panasonic' YouTube account has made a mixtake (pun intended, error not!) in the video title, so I will ensure that this gets fixed. I was at IFA, stood in front of the stand in that very video, and X940 was said specifically and repeatedly by the gentleman in that very video: Michael Price, VIERA Product Specialist at Panasonic UK. It's also in the written documentation I was given directly by Panasonic, as well as in the press and consumer website documents.

Do you have any knowledge of when the AX900 series will be available in the US? Will that information possibly be provided at the Luxury Technology Show this week?
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Do you have any knowledge of when the AX900 series will be available in the US? Will that information possibly be provided at the Luxury Technology Show this week?
No, we can only speculate (and hope) that Panasonic will use the event to officially launch them in the U.S. Regardless, I hope that dealers like Cleveland Plasma, B&H, ABT and others will quickly follow with realistic retail prices. Worst case scenario for impatient consumers is that it turns out to be a Best Buy/Panasonic Store exclusive.
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Do you have any knowledge of when the AX900 series will be available in the US? Will that information possibly be provided at the Luxury Technology Show this week?
Yes, I would imagine that Panasonic USA will have reps there that you can ask. @imagic mentioned earlier in this thread that he will be attending the official US launch event. Otherwise, try these e-mail addresses:

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(the @PanasonicUSA account tweeted this themselves in early 2013)

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Interesting milestone of sorts for the AX800 series yesterday, Panasonic released Firmware version 2.101 which adds full 4K streaming support for Netflix, improves myStream, and introduces the Remote Sharing function (currently only available for Apple IOS devices).
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The Luxury Technology Show

So, I wonder if we will get some kind of news today. I have not received any responses from the contacts that dabotsonline so kindly offered up. As far as I know, this is the only upcoming scheduled event where we may learn something about the US release. It would be really nice to at least get a hint of a release date!
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I've not received responses to e-mails I sent either and I don't expect to get any. I think folks like that tend to stick to the marketing plan very closely and avoid inquiries from non-media as much as they can.
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I've not received responses to e-mails I sent either and I don't expect to get any. I think folks like that tend to stick to the marketing plan very closely and avoid inquiries from non-media as much as they can.

Agreed, and that is why I usually do not bother. I am close to just forgetting it and getting the AX800 now that they have implemented Netflix UHD. No matter how good this one looks, I won't pay a premium if they are not utilizing the new SI HDCP chip - And I kind of doubt they will be. But, I keep hoping to hear something on that front before committing!
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According to the website for The Luxury Technology Show it has yet to begin. Doors open 4p-9m which means we are hours away from hearing or seeing any news on the AX900. Maybe by midnight tonight EST there may be some info.

I'm giving my 5+ year old (maybe more) Sony KDF-60XBR950 to my son this weekend that cost me 5k so I will "need" this 65" AX900 to take its place asap.
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According to the website for The Luxury Technology Show it has yet to begin. Doors open 4p-9m which means we are hours away from hearing or seeing any news on the AX900. Maybe by midnight tonight EST there may be some info.

I'm giving my 5+ year old (maybe more) Sony KDF-60XBR950 to my son this weekend that cost me 5k so I will "need" this 65" AX900 to take its place asap.
Thanks for the heads up Dominus. I plan to upgrade to this gem from a miserable KDL 46XBR2 that I've had since '07. The step-up in PQ, not to mention the connectivity and all the other features of the AX900, will be in no uncertain terms, breathtaking. So, I understand your "need" all too well.
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Well, from Twitter, it appears Panasonic had a sizeable booth at the show with both the 85" and 65" sets displayed. But as far as the PanasonicUSA's Twitter account was concerned, they were not even there - Not a single mention of it from them. Does not really appear this was the official US unveiling. Weird.
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Well, from Twitter, it appears Panasonic had a sizeable booth at the show with both the 85" and 65" sets displayed. But as far as the PanasonicUSA's Twitter account was concerned, they were not even there - Not a single mention of it from them. Does not really appear this was the official US unveiling. Weird.
Same for its facebook page. Nada. Hopefully, we can get some indication of a release date from attendees who spoke to Panasonic reps at the show. A quick search turned up a few pics on getty images (#457282312, #457282334, and #457282326). That's about it so far.
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Same for its facebook page. Nada. Hopefully, we can get some indication of a release date from attendees who spoke to Panasonic reps at the show. A quick search turned up a few pics on getty images (#457282312, #457282334, and #457282326). That's about it so far.

Maybe imagic went and will provide some information. He went to the last one in NY: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/286-la...-end-gear.html
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I believe others have stated that hdcp 2.2 takes away from the bandwidth stream. meaning theirs less bandwidth for the other information that has to pass through as well.
Might be true, but then why can it handle it when using HDCP 1.4. Is the HDCP 2.2 encryption so much more advanced it apparently takes up a ten fold increase in overhead? Or is the stream being limited becasue the 2.2 copy protection is preventing it on purpose.
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AX900 makes its U.S. debut in Beverly Hills. Doesn't mention the 55". I wonder if imagic will fly to California for this event? If you do, imagic, can you ask them about the 55" availability in the U.S.


http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/sh...ech-show/18398
I am in California now, saw it at the show, I have a meeting with Panasonic in a few hours.
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