JVC has introduced new OLED TVs of the 9200 series for the European market. They want to offer OLED televisions for the middle class. Important to know: The Turkish group Vestel is behind the JVC brand in the TV segment. The latter now also manufacture products under the Toshiba, Telefunken and Hitachi brands. Also Panasonic’s entry-level LCDs now come from Vestel. The company usually offers entry-level devices under its brands. With the JVC OLEDs of the 9200 series, however, they now want to score points in the mid-range sector.
Unfortunately, the prices of the upcoming OLED TVs with 4K resolution are currently still open. is confirmed according to Flatpanels HD on the other hand, that televisions with diagonals of 55 and 65 inches are coming onto the market. In addition, the JVC 9200 HDMI2.1 – with a hook. So while are as functions HDMI-eARCALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and 4K at 120 Hz confirmed, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) however, is apparently absent. So gamers should perhaps refrain here if they have a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S own.
However, the JVC 9200 can score with the fact that in addition to HDR10 it also the dynamic HDR format Dolby Vision support. Loudspeakers with 24 watts are on board for a befitting sound. Then you support them Dolby Atmos also DTS: Virtual X for the sound. The aforementioned Android TV serves as the operating system for the televisions. This gives access to the Google Assistant, Chromecast built-in and also the Play Store with all its apps.
JVC OLED 9200: What should the TVs cost?
The JVC 9200 bring a headphone output, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DVB-C, DVB-S2, DVB-T2, CI+, RJ-45 and S/PDIF (optical) as additional interfaces. The number of HDMI ports is not yet confirmed. However, as already mentioned, one will be ready for eARC. It is also unclear whether Vestel is here a current evo panel backed up by LG Display. But since the middle class is targeted, we don’t assume that.
It will be particularly exciting to see the prices at which the new OLED TVs with Android TV from JVC will be available. As a direct competitor you can probably do it best the LG OLED A2 and B2 and see comparable models. Technically and in terms of price, the JVC brand televisions then have to compete with those devices.
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