Panasonic - Panasonic TX-65GZ2000


Panasonic TX-65GZ2000: simply the best Oled TV on the market

Aprox. 3190€

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The Panasonic TX-65GZ2000 is the 65 inch (165 cm) version of the Panasonic TX-55GZ2000 TV that we have already tested. These two models display the same image quality and the same benefits. Only the diagonal is different.

Positive points

Brightness peak in HDR.

Perfect image (color, gamma temperature).

True colors in HDR.

Infinite construct.

High-performance HCX Intelligent Pro processor (improved motion compensation system).

Open viewing angles.

Convincing audio system.

Bad points

Basic remote control, without microphone.

High consumption.

Limited My Screen Home operating system.

Our review


With its GZ2000 television, Panasonic shows that it is possible to push the limits of Oled panels manufactured by LG Display. The Japanese manufacturer manages to stand out from the competition by offering a higher brightness peak which enhances HDR content. To top it off, the audio system - if it does not replace a sound bar - comes to compete without problem with those of the market leaders like the Sony Acoustic Surface and is clearly one of the best audio systems integrated on a television. The Panasonic TX-65GZ2000 TV - 65 inch version of the Panasonic 55GZ2000 that we tested - is one of the very best TVs on the market and finally stands out from the sometimes too smooth competition. At 3,500 €, the Panasonic 65GZ2000 is still sold three times more expensive than the Panasonic TX-55FZ800. It is the price to benefit from the best HDR and audio rendering on an Oled panel.