Deep blacks and super-smooth motion will be on display with JVC's new range of 4K OLED TVs.

Available in 55-inch and 65-inch options, the new 9200 Series TVs are set to offer up to 120Hz refresh rates and feature HDMI 2.1 connectivity to rival the best 120Hz TVs available today.

Along with an Auto Low Latency (ALLM) mode that automatically switches to the TVs lowest latency setting (a key feature of the best TVs for gaming), there's also Dolby Vision support with TVs running the latest version of the system. Google's Android TV operating system.

Meanwhile, a new SuperResolution feature aims to sharpen and enhance sub-4K images, using JVC's Micro Dimming algorithm to further improve dynamic contrast ratio.

Alongside these promising picture features, the 9200 also appears to have strong audio support, with built-in support for Dolby Atmos and DTS Virtual, while the HDMI ports will feature eARC, which will appeal to anyone looking to set up the best TV they can. can. . sound bars

There's plenty to admire about the design, too, with the TVs boasting a frameless bezel look along with a sleek swivel-base stand for adjusting viewing angles.

While there's currently no price tag available for these new models, with these specs and JVC traditionally being a competitively priced brand, we'd expect these new OLED TVs to move into bargain territory given the features.

Now for the bad news: availability of the 9200 range appears to be limited to a few select European countries. The TVs are made by Turkish display giant Vestel, which licenses the JVC brand, but that license doesn't appear to extend even to all of Europe, excluding the UK, France and the Nordics.

So it's frustrating for those of us in the US, UK, Australia and beyond... but it's still a happy day for Germany, Spain and the Netherlands as the 9200 range is expected to hit the shelves. sale in those countries next month.

(Image credit: JVC)

Analysis: New OLEDs are a bargain for European moviegoers

JVC was synonymous with offering great tech at great prices at the time, so it's good to see the resurrected brand being linked to what appears to be a well-specified range of new OLEDs.

We still have a lot of questions to ask, in terms of the generation of LG Display panels used, whether the 9200 range can do 4K 120Hz via HDMI, and of course its price.

But with the initial information we have and what we know of JVC's usual prices, these new TVs may be hard to beat - it's a shame few of us are lucky enough to get our hands on any of them. Maybe that will change, but with the way the TV industry works, that seems unlikely.

Share This