For IFA 2019, Philips TV has once again teamed up with British audio company Bowers & Wilkins to create two new OLED+ models designed to “redefine the definition of Premium TV”.
The Philips OLED+934 and OLED+984 both feature the latest OLED panels and 3rd generation P5 processing suite, which extend PQ performance even further, bringing improved noise reduction, better sharpness, more accurate colours and skin tones and better contrast to all sources.
The 3rd Gen P5 processing suite also has the power to bring PQ improvements to Philips TV’s unique Perfect Natural Reality feature, plus better overall HDR performance for both HDR10 and HDR10+ sources and, for the first time, can further compliment Dolby Vision enabled content.
Available as a 65” model from the beginning of September, the OLED+984 features the highest PQ performance and the most advanced sound system ever offered on a TV.
The OLED+984’s audiophile quality sound system is mounted in a dedicated cabinet located below the TV. This arrangement allows for both larger drive units and for the system to be driven harder, with the aim to create a larger, more spacious soundstage that tracks dialogue accurately to the centre of the screen while providing a low-distortion, room-filling sound.
The set features many signature Bowers & Wilkins acoustic technologies derived from the company’s world-class loudspeakers, including a central Tweeter-on-Top enclosure. The OLED+984 also features the latest generation Dolby Atmos decoding and processing for spacious audio that combines with the four-sided Ambilight to create the most immersive viewing experience.
Available from the beginning of September as 55” and 65” models, the OLED+934 features a separate speaker enclosure that combines with a minimalist metal angled arm to act as the set’s table top stand. As with the OLED+984 there is also a wall mount option.
The Kvadrat cloth covered, rigid speaker enclosure is constructed from thick-wall-section glass-fibre-reinforced ABS, critically braced with internal rib sections to control any unwanted resonance. The design offers twice the volume of the sound system on its previous model, which again allows for larger, harder driven drive units.
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