Best OLED TVs 2019: the best budget and premium OLED TVs

yholmes

Member
Aug 23, 2020
2
0
20
Hi, I’ve read several of your reviews (extremely helpful thank you) and I’m looking for some expert advice. Out of these three options which would you choose: Panasonic TX-55HZ1000 (£1899), Panasonic TX-55GZ2000B (£1499 clearance price), LG OLED55CX (£1599). The TX-55GZ2000B I found in a local shop seems to be a bargain price but I’m wondering if I should go for a 2020 model. Thank you.
 
D

Deleted member 2457

Guest
Hi, I’ve read several of your reviews (extremely helpful thank you) and I’m looking for some expert advice. Out of these three options which would you choose: Panasonic TX-55HZ1000 (£1899), Panasonic TX-55GZ2000B (£1499 clearance price), LG OLED55CX (£1599). The TX-55GZ2000B I found in a local shop seems to be a bargain price but I’m wondering if I should go for a 2020 model. Thank you.
I would go for the GZ2000 if you can get it at that price brand new. It won’t have HDMI 2.1 though if you are a gamer I would go for the LG OLED.
 

yholmes

Member
Aug 23, 2020
2
0
20
Thank you so much for your quick reply! I’m not a gamer but my partner likes to play every now and then so I will look into the LG OLED a bit more. I’ll make sure check whether the Panasonic is brand new at the shop as well. Thanks again!
 

Mr. C Nation

Well-known member
Mar 21, 2020
30
6
545
It should be by default an impossibility for any TV to get 5 stars if it does not include all major content provision, such as catch-up.

TVs are simply devices to watch content. They have no other purpose and they have no intrinsic merit in themselves.

You wouldn't award a can 5 stars just because it was made of gold with a platinum ring-pull if it did not contain any beans!
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY

TRENDING THREADS