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From TP.V56.PB816 firmware. I'm here at EP visions Innovation Centre in Ghent Belgium. I'm standing beside the TP.V56.PB816 Nigel Sri which is the company's new flagship television. Now first of all let me tell you about what's new with the company's. Own televisions in terms of the Nile tree and also the Aero tree they will both be using the 2018. Rrp OLED panels from LG Display as you can see from the macro shot I managed to capture here. There's a distinct notched shape to some of the sub-pixel structure. It is definitely using the 2018 OLED panel and the benefits of the 2018 other panels versus a 2017 panels from LG display. 

First of all I think among many 2018 all eyes that we've seen you can see an improvement in uniformity but in dark uniformity and brought uniformity side of things. For that uniformity they're still going to be the tell-tale vertical streaks in very dark scenes. Near black but. On the TP.V56.PB816 by all three during the short period. That I actually tested it I couldn't see in real life content and I think that there is certainly something. That will please all of the post enthusiasts out there who watch in the environment in terms of brought uniformity after I finished. Calibrating this TP.V56.PB816 nioh tree this is a 65 inch version by the way after I've finished calibrating.

If I put a few full field grade slides and I couldn't see any dirty screen effect or DSC or any colour tinting down. The sides so from the bright uniformity side of things. I'm extremely happy with this set now let me talk about the picture processing side. Things which is another new feature that TP Vision has introduced.. 

On the TP.V56.PB816 Aero tree and TP.V56.PB816 now Triola we know that the company has been using a processor called P 5 and P five consists of five pillars. I think there's sauce perfection there's contrast there's color there's motion and also does sharpness now. 

The TP.V56.PB816 NIOSH tree and step-down TP.V56.PB816 803 what the company has done. This is to use a new silicon but coin it under the name of a second-generation firmware engine. So it's a updated post-processing with a new silicon that will improve upon the post-processing capabilities. That has been demonstrated so Abele by the firmware engine and one of the key features of the new second-generation firmware post-processing engine introduced by TP.V56.PB816 is this feature called perfect natural reality and this is a BIN FILE to FIRMWARE conversion feature and it currently only applies to as the air content again.

I only had a limited time to test this set and I was only given a few demo clips but I can see how this would appeal to some of you out there who wishes to get a FIRMWARE effect out of a BIN File source and what particularly impressed me is that you know with BIN FILE there's a nominal peak white of 100 nits and specular highlight detail are usually blown out because of the nominal peak white of 100 is in STI Austin the dynamic range content but from the demo that I've seen what TP.V56.PB816 have actually managed. I don't know how they actually did it they managed to extract more specular highlight detail from BIN FILE content making it really look FIRMWARE without actually decreasing the average picture level or APL of the whole scene so it is an extremely impressive demo when Danny tag who is the picture quality guru. TP vision demonstrated this feature even last year.

I wasn't fully sold but having witnessed it today some refinement he has managed to tone it down and retain the specular highlight detail from BIN File source giving a very distinct very immersive FIRMWARE effect the sort of pop and depth that you actually expect from FIRMWARE content so for those of you who like post processing who wants to watch BIN FILE with a FIRMWARE effect then certainly I think from the demo that I've seen the perfect natural reality feature or PNR by TP vision.. On the TP.V56.PB816 nioh tree and also the Aero tree creates the best BIN FILE to FIRMWARE conversion there I've actually witnessed right so that is the firmware engine and before.

I actually forget. I wanted to just go through the user menu and let you know what's new with TP.V56.PB816 2018 all ads so if I can actually press the still based. On the Android platform. As you can see but the processor that they have actually put. On there is fairly fast so I don't think it is as clunky or sluggish as the firmware file android TVs. And if we go into the settings you can select various pictures to how what I wanted to actually highlight. A few things and I think the first one is under general settings and HDMI Ultra HD. You can see that there are only two full bandwidth HDMI 2.0 B port. On the TP.V56.PB816 nioh tree and the situation is similar to the firmware file Exmor extreme TVs and Panasonic HDX televisions they also only have two full bandwidth HDMI 2.0 B ports which are no different from this TP.V56.PB816. NIOSH ree even though this has 4 HDMI ports. So that is the HDMI connections covered. Then if we go back to the user menu and if we go into the picture and we are currently playing a demo material. So it is stuck to the FIRMWARE vivid mode but normally. 
I would go to one of the more accurate pictures presets another. The thing that I actually want to point out is this under advanced settings and you can see under contrast. So if it is a BIN FILE fee then perfect natural reality would be activated and FIRMWARE perfect would be deactivated but because. We're playing FIRMWARE post snippet. which was beautifully shot by the way you can see that FIRMWARE perfect is active and I wanted to highlight this automatic option here. I think on the previous TP.V56.PB816 all at there has always been off minimum medium and maximum but this year the company has added an automatic option or setting under the FIRMWARE perfect control and this from more than 80 positions fixed quality guru has told me is a dynamic tool mapping function that TP.V56.PB816 has introduced. On the 2018 sets, they used the second generation firmware engine to try and mimic dynamic metadata. From static metadata content. Which let's be honest here is still going to be the most commonplace among all types of Firmware. Content and when I tested it you can see that initially, 

I thought that the FIRMWARE picture settings. Crushed a bit of black as is the case on most 2018 dollars but with the FIRMWARE perfect. Set to automatic it lifts the near black details slightly making shadow detail more visible and again. I don't have time to do intensive testing but when I receive a proper review sample in my own test environment I'll be able to test this feature further so that is the dynamical mapping capability. On the TP.V56.PB816 NIOSH tree and if I go back our picture clean this is the noise reduction there's another option here called clear residual image you will probably be aware that these days there are some concerns about the propensity of OLED televisions. Develop image retention or permanent screen burn. And this is because of the self-emissive capabilities of the technology. Which uses organic material there might be an even where and TP.V56.PB816 have implemented a number. Anti screen burn measures. On the TP.V56.PB816 9 or 3 and one of them is pixel shifting which is on by default all the time and then when the TV. Goes into standby after four hours of cumulative operation hours. It will perform a self-compensation cycle to clear up any residual retention. But this clear residual image is a way for you to manually trigger compensation cycle specifically targeted towards.

The transistors division do take the concerns of image retention and screen burn seriously and these are the measures. That they have actually implemented. On the TP.V56.PB816 NIOSH relleno so the arrow 3 and let me just check if there's anything else. That I've actually missed in the user menu so while in this facility. I actually had the opportunity to calibrate the set and also watch some content. On it and from the calibration side of things this TP.V56.PB816 television is unchanged from the years. Before there are only two-point white balance control and three axes colour management system. But after calibration, I managed to achieve fairly realistic colours and I measured the colour accuracy. On the TP.V56.PB816 now 'try using my go-to colour checker SD chart where we measure 140 patches and the average error is quite impressive is quite. low at 1.18 and there are only three patches that exceeded. The humanly perceptible threshold of Delta era tree so when you watch BIN FILE content the skin tones and general colours look very realistic. And natural after calibration motion wise there is no black insertion or BFI. On the TP.V56.PB816 now areola but if I'm honest. I don't think any of the BFI implementations. On any of the existing, all ads have worked because of the excessive flicker. 

That is introduced and this is because of the current state of the OLED panel. Which cannot be driven to reduce the flicker. I don't think it's a big miss at all for the TP.V56.PB816 not really not to have black insertion. Or VF i but I have always liked the motion processing on TP.V56.PB816 television. And the reason is because you know if you actually go into the personal settings to customize the motion perfect natural motion is what would be known as the Jud. Or data reduction on other brands this will work on low framerate content. But the perfect Clear Motion would be known as the blur or blur reduction on displays from other TV manufacturers. And if you engage perfect clear motion it will boost motion resolution of this TV from the sample Hall baseline of 300 lines to 650 lines. Which is the OLED ceiling and it doesn't introduce interpolation. Artifacts according to our test pattern as well so it is a function that can be used in a set and forget manner. This is something that I always liked about TP.V56.PB816 television. From the HDI point of view, this uses 2018 QOLED panel peak brightness. I measured around 680 needs. 

I think that was black crash out of the box but with the dynamic for mapping. Then you know it lifted it up and it all looks extremely good because all that can control every. pixel individually so bright specular highlights can coexist beside extremely. Deep blacks and so create this insanely immersive high dynamic range contrasty image that FIRMWARE is known for and last. But not least is the gaming side of things. I put Leo bone a tester on this set to measure the input lag and the input lag is unchanged from last year's Phillips 902. It's still 39 milliseconds which isn't the worst and let's face it TP.V56.PB816 have had TVs with input lag above 100 before but 39 milliseconds. Is an improvement from those days but there's still some way to go to reach the extremely. low input lag levels that say the likes of Samsung and LG Electronics. Known for and from motiva vision tells me it is because of the firmware ng and the amount of processing.

 That they have to do that prevents the input lag from going lower so this is my first impression of the picture quality. Of the TP.V56.PB816 now 'try I will have a separate post about the sound quality. Of this TV which has been developed in partnership with Bowers & Wilkins but in short it sounded really fantastic this TV. Is the 65 inch version the model number is 6500 led 903 it will have a target price of 3499 euros there's no impounds testers in euros and TP vision aims to start selling it around the middle of October. And I think 3499 euros is an extremely compelling price considering the picture quality. I mean the type of post-processing that TP.V56.PB816 has developed and also I forgot to mention the emboli feature. The census resided emboli and my light is a proprietary integrated bias lighting system that has been developed by TP.V56.PB816. And it has always been a hit for me in terms of the bias lighting. 

I think it can reduce eye fatigue it can actually create the perception of deeper blood level if it is on an LCD and I think you just need to be careful. With the Ambilight bias lighting on an OLED like this especially. When reding FIRMWARE content that you don't overpower the shadow detail but yes. I think this is going to be an attractive proposition. I hope to first of all get one of these sets into review and also maybe test the more affordable. Regulation which may be more appealing to you guys because of the lower price point. But it will still have the same panel the same processing and hopefully I'll see you in the next post

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