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The dolby pulsar is not an oled, its native resolution is 1080p and it is spec'd to 4000 nits for highlight detail with almost no abl , it's a 42 inch monitor. It's not available in the consumer market, can be bought comercially and costs upward of 30000 usd. The panasonic gz2000 they have in the comparison video above is 800 nits for highlights, has the oled abl limitations and is miles cheaper than the pulsar, but the panasonic tuned custom panel is making the gz2000 look quite close to the dolby pulsar on a perceptual level, both with apl and highlights. Though the comparison above is a night scene, in bright daylight scenes with high apl, the pulsar should still look brighter side by side.
From that video, i do not doubt the GZ2000 will beat other tv's this year in picture quality. If vincent can have the 2000 at the hdtvtest shootout , then best home theater tv and best overall tv would go to panasonic. i dont see lg and sony oleds and samsung qled exactly matching this.
GZ2000 will lack eARC, gaming features and hdmi 2.1, and the OS is also a bit dated compared to lg, those are the drawbacks compared to lg but purely as a home theater tv for movie watching, the panasonic will win.