Panasonic LZ2000 review: Bright, accurate and highly immersive

The Panasonic LZ2000 is an excellent OLED that delivers staggering accuracy, immersive sound and next-gen gaming features

Pros:                                                              Cons:
Superb image accuracy                              Only two HDMI 2.1 ports
Bright, impactful HDR                              Cluttered remote lacks a backlight
Excellent sound quality
With Sony and LG launching their annual assortment of premium OLED televisions and Samsung releasing an OLED set for the first time since 2013, the Panasonic LZ2000 has its work cut out to stand out from the crowd.

But it manages to do just that by delivering the most accurate out-of-the-box images of any OLED TV we’ve tested, along with best-in-class audio quality from its built-in surround-sound speaker system. It’s a solid choice for next-gen gamers, too, with two of its four HDMI ports supporting 4K/120Hz and VRR, and Panasonic’s Game Control Board providing an easy way to access key gaming information.

Sadly, the other two HDMI ports aren’t as well equipped, but there’s little else to dislike about the Panasonic LZ2000 save the price and an overly busy remote that lacks a backlight. We’re yet to test Sony’s flagship OLED for 2022, but the Panasonic LZ2000 acquits itself admirably against tough competition from its LG and Samsung counterparts.

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