If you’re in the market for a new home theater system, you might want to start with the latest model: the Panasonic Lumix G5.
Panasonic introduced the G5 back in January, and the company is touting the $2,200 G5 as the most affordable and compact TV in the world.
The Lumix is one of the first TVs to feature Dolby Atmos, a technology that can upscale sound to sound quality with more accurate localization and clearer bass frequencies.
Panasonic says the G1 and G5 can also use the Dolby Pro Logic II sound bar for surround sound.
But that’s not all the G series offers.
Panasonic is also making the G3, which will be available in late 2019.
It’s priced at $1,999, but it will be the cheapest of the Lumix models.
Panasonic’s G3 will have Dolby Surround Sound, which features stereo surround sound in which sound is fed to the TV using an array of speakers mounted on the TV’s back, and Dolby TrueHD sound.
Panasonic also is offering Dolby Cinema, which is similar to Dolby Inception with more natural sound, a more immersive sound experience, and a more accurate localisation of sound.
Finally, Panasonic is adding a new feature called Dolby Smart Sound, a feature that lets you stream the sound from the TV to the Internet and other devices via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
So if you’re looking for the most inexpensive way to watch your TV, the Panasonic G5 is your best bet.
But you’ll need to get a Panasonic TV if you want Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Sound 4K, and an array that can handle the G Series.
Panasonic offers the G2 and G3 for $1 or $2 more.
Panasonic has already announced plans to add an additional Dolby Plus sound bar and an additional array of Dolby speakers, so you’ll probably want to get that too.
But don’t let Panasonic’s pricing fool you: if you can save more than $500 on the Panasonic system, it’s going to be a bargain.
The G5 comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p LED-backlit IPS display that offers a wide 178 degrees of viewing angle and a pixel density of up to 5.7 million dots per inch (DPI).
The G3 offers a 5-inch OLED panel that offers 178 degrees viewing angle, a pixel count of 1.3 million dots, and can display images up to 4,560 x 2,160 pixels.
Panasonic claims that the G4 has a 5th generation IPS panel with a pixel densities of up of 3.3 billion dots per square inch (pixels per square meter), and is capable of producing images of up from 8.3 to 17.8 million pixels per inch.
The other TVs in the Panasonic lineup, like the Sony HDR X930, offer a 1080p IPS panel that has a pixel per square foot of resolution of up 12 million dots.
Both the G6 and G7 have IPS panels with pixel densites of up 9.2 million dots or 6.2 billion dots.
The TVs in Panasonic’s lineup, however, will be limited to viewing at up to 3840 x 2160 resolution.
Panasonic will also offer an array, known as the G-series, that can accommodate 4K content up to 1080p, and HDR up to HDR10.
Panasonic plans to offer up to two more models for 2019.
The first model, the G8, will have a 1080 p display that will provide an additional 5.2 megapixels per inch, and is expected to offer a pixel-per-inch of resolution increase of up 5.1 to 8.4 million dots when compared to the G7.
Panasonic already announced that it’s planning to sell a second version of the G model in 2019, but there are no pricing details yet.
The second G model, called the G10, is also expected to have a 5K panel, but will offer a 6-megapixel resolution increase.
Both of these new models will also have an array and a 4K/10K sound bar, as well as Dolby Vision, Dol by Dol, and other new Dolby technologies.
Panasonic currently sells three models: the G, G3 and G6.