Rabid 3-D Aficionado
other than features theey really seem to boasting better colors and a very bright panel as well as deeper blacks.. soo id imagine its a new panel? either way if its an ax900 with better contrast im sold Esp if it really comes in a 55 for the bedroom!Since I can not find a 2014 AX900 what are the odds on the CX850 for 2015? What is the difference between the two? All I can see is an improvement in the color. If is just done with the software maybe we could see it this year.
The 65AX900 is a "special order" item currently available for order, or pre-order as the case may be, only at Best Buy Magnolia stores. It is, however, not currently listed on the Magnolia website. Also, according to unnamed reps, the AX900 will not be sold on the Panasonic U.S. website. Check out the AX900 Anticipation or Owners threads for more info.I was in Best Buy and saw a chart comparing different Panasonic TVs and the AX900 was listed as a 65"LCD LED. I asked the sales person if they had this model in stock, he checked and said no. I asked what the deal was with them listing the model, where is it and where can I get it? He told me that the chart was part of promotional materials provided by Panasonic. All other TVs in the chart were in stock. WTF Panasonic??
That it may be. I'm about ready to do an about-face on the AX900 absent complete firmware (or otherwise discovered) fixes of the light bleeding and a hefty price drop. Should those two things occur, I might still hold out for the 65AX900 particularly if the CX850U won't feature 3D (which is a "must have" for me).The CX8xx leaves room for a CX9xx model. There is already one report that Panasonic will release an OLED in the autumn. Could that be a CX900?
And what happened to "B"?