Panasonic Blu-ray Players

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Panasonic DMP-BDT230

3D conversion, DLNA, BD-Live, 24p; Multimedia formats: AVCHD, MKV, FLAC, AAC, WAV; DTS-HD HR, …

Whether the DMP-BDT230 is a good choice for you will depend of where your priorities lie: if you want the best smart TV system and apps, go for Samsung's BD-F6500, but if you want the best …


4 reviews | 37 opinions


Panasonic DMP-BDT330

24p, 3D conversion, 4K upscaling, BD-Live; Multimedia formats: FLAC, AAC, WAV, AVCHD, MKV; …

"... Sony’s veteran BDP-S790 maintains its spot at the top of our list ... thanks to more smart content and a neater interface, but for simple disc viewing the Panasonic DMP-BDT330 is a


5 reviews | 20 opinions


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 5/2013 Panasonic DMP-BDT330 The DMP-BDT330 is Panasonic's most expensive Blu-ray player for 2013, but it's not a flagship device, since the DMP-BDT500 is still around. Does this mean that the company has run out of ideas for high-end decks, or simply that it's targeting different audiences? … to review

Panasonic DMP-BDT131

3D conversion, 3D-ready, DLNA, BD-Live; Multimedia formats: FLAC, AAC, WAV, AVCHD, MKV; DTS- …

While the DMP-BDT130/BDT-131 certainly has some impressive features for the price such as 3D support and smart TV functionality, there is no smartphone app to control it and the UI is dated. It also …


1 review | 61 opinions


Panasonic DMR-BWT735

DLNA, 24p, Twin tuner, Timeshift, 3D conversion, Integrated hard drive, 3D-ready; …

The versatility of the DMR-BWT735 is its greatest asset, but its excellent smart features are not to be scoffed at either, and its competitive price for a Blu-ray recorder makes it great value for …


2 reviews | 97 opinions


Panasonic DMP-BBT01

Controlled by smartphone, Internet TV, 3D conversion, BD-Live, 3D-ready, 24p, BD Java, DLNA; …

"FOR: Clear, detailed picture, compact design, easy to use, responsive player and remote. AGAINST: Price."


2 reviews | 10 opinions


Panasonic DMR-BW880
Panasonic DMR-BW880

Freeview (DVB-T); Integrated Modules / Features: HDTV, PVR (Sky+ / Freeview Playback), …

"Pros: Great recording and playback quality. Huge flexibility caters for every need. Cons: Complex – so much so that it can be awkward to live with. Pretty damn."


6 reviews


Panasonic DMP-BDT500
Panasonic DMP-BDT500

3D-ready, BD Java, DLNA, BD-Live, Controlled by smartphone, 24p, Internet TV, 3D conversion; …

If you don’t plan to use the analogue speaker outputs then it will be hard to tell the difference between the DMP-BDT500 and other readily available cheaper options. Expert Reviews think Panasonic


5 reviews | 1 opinion


More information at: Expert Reviews, 8/2012 Panasonic DMP-BDT500 Panasonic puts its best foot forward to try and prove that their Blu-ray player is essential in creating a premium home cinema system. … to review

Panasonic DMP-BD80

USB / Card Slot, BD-Live, 24p; Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD, DTS, Dolby TrueHD

"In conclusion, there is a lot to like about the Panasonic DMP-BD80. While it doesn't lift itself head-and-shoulders above the DMP-BD60, the extras that are on offer make for a better


8 reviews | 12 opinions


More information at: AUDIO, issue 5/2009 Economic Boom Package There are still households which have to cope without Blu-ray players. The reason: These devices have so far been relatively high-priced or poorly equipped. How much high-resolution home cinema can one get for 400 Euros? Panasonic and Samsung have an answer to this question, and they also prove that inexpensive doesn’t have to be cheap. In test: Two Blu-ray players were reviewed and each rated “very good”. Test criteria were CD sound, Surround/HDMI sound, image quality HD and DVD, as well as features, operation and processing.

Panasonic DMP-BDT220

BD-Live, Controlled by smartphone, 24p, Internet TV, 3D conversion, 3D-ready, DLNA; …

You can do better than the DMP-BDT220, but certainly not at this price point, S21 reckon. The picture improvements over cheaper players are subtle but they're definitely real, and audio is …


7 reviews


Panasonic DMP-BDT320EG

BD-Live, Controlled by smartphone, 24p, 3D conversion, 3D-ready, DLNA; Multimedia formats: …

"FOR: Good picture detail; sound is great with dialogue; glossy look. AGAINST: Usability could be better; slightly more expensive players offer a good deal more."


6 reviews | 29 opinions


Panasonic DMP-BDT110

DLNA, BD-Live, 24p, 3D conversion, Upscaling, 3D-ready; Multimedia formats: AVCHD, MKV; DTS- …

As long as having the best internet portal isn't your top priority, the Panasonic DMP-BDT110 makes a great choice, decided Expert Reviews. They were not only happy with this 3D Blu-ray


9 reviews | 95 opinions


More information at: Video-HomeVision, issue 4/2011 A bold forerunner What exactly should you expect from a Blu-ray player in 2011? As one of the first biggest TV manufacturers, Panasonic has the answer. The DMP-BDT110 promises enhanced 3D functions, more network qualities and a sleek design.

Panasonic DMP-BD75

24p, Upscaling, BD Java, DLNA, BD-Live; Multimedia formats: XviD, AVCHD, MKV; DTS-HD HR, DTS- …

The Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-ray player is aimed at those looking for excellent quality 2D images, and not much else. It offers a pretty basic set of specs, without any of the frills of more expensive …


5 reviews | 177 opinions


Panasonic DMP-BDT310

DLNA, 3D conversion, BD-Live, WLAN, 24p, 3D-ready, Upscaling; Multimedia formats: AVCHD, MKV; …

With two HDMI outputs, one that's 1.4 and one that's 1.3, Expert Reviews say if you've got a 3D TV but don't want to upgrade your old amp, Panasonic's DMP-BDT310 could be …


6 reviews


Panasonic DMR-BWT700

3D conversion, Integrated hard drive, 3D-ready, DLNA; TV Receiver: DVB-T

Operationally, the Panasonic DMR-BWT700 has some defects, the EPG is cluttered and the menus are disorganised. It lacks the benefits of Wi-Fi and a secondary HDMI port, plus the hard disk is smaller,


4 reviews | 80 opinions


More information at: TrustedReviews, 7/2011 Panasonic DMR-BWT700 Anyone wishing to record hi-def onto Blu-ray is limited to offerings from Panasonic as the only manufacturer of Blu-ray recorders to hit the UK. The DMR-BWT700, like the high-end DMR-BWT800, is 3D capable and has twin Freeview HD tuners, but there are some differences besides its hard disk size. Can it attain the same success as the 800 model. … to review

Panasonic DMP-BDT100

3D-ready, BD-Live, 24p, Upscaling; DTS-HD HR, DTS-HD MA, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD

"FOR: Vibrant, clean and detailed pictures from all sources; easy operability; smooth weighty sound. AGAINST: Wi-fi's extra; slight internet content."


7 reviews | 2 opinions


More information at: SATVISION, issue 10/2010 Good things come in three (D) If the high price made you uncertain about buying one of the first three dimensional Blu-ray players from Panasonic and Samsung, you should go for one of these three new entry-level players - at least after reading this review. Now you can enjoy the third dimension on Blu-ray in your living room, with a range of additional functions, at prices starting at €180. We pitted Panasonic’s DMP-BDT100 against Philips’ BDP7500 S2 and Sony’s BDP-S570. Three 3D Blu-ray players were tested. Test criteria were image and sound quality, features (audio, video, memory ...), operation (user manual, daily application, screen menus ...) as well as playable formats, installation, remote control and power consumption.

Panasonic DMR-BWT800

DLNA, 3D-ready; Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital

They weren't too keen on the UI, but as well as packing every feature Expert Reviews could hope for from a Blu-ray player, the Panasonic DMR-BWT800 boasts Internet TV and PVR functions too.


5 reviews


More information at: Expert Reviews, 8/2011 Panasonic DMR-BWT800 High-end AV setups can look pretty impressive, but they take up a chunk of space, they can be power hungry, and they can generate a fair bit of heat. With a 3D Blu-ray player and recorder, twin Freeview HD tuners, a DLNA media streamer, and a 500GB hard disk, however, Panasonic's all-in-one DMR-BWT800EB is a simple home cinema solution. … to review

Panasonic DMP-BD65

BD-Live, 24p, Upscaling; Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD MA, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD, …

PC Advisor found the Panasonic DMP-BD65 very likeable, and reckon anyone needing 7.1 channel audio will find they are very well catered for by this outstanding Blu-ray player. The images produced are …


6 reviews


Panasonic DMP-BD60

BD-Live, 24p, Upscaling, USB / Card Slot; Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD

"... Performance was disappointing, even with the Quickstart option turned on, which drew 3W of power when the player was switched off. The DMP-BD60 took 50 seconds to reach the main menu of a …


10 reviews | 66 opinions


Panasonic DMP-BDT300

BD-Live, 24p, WLAN, 3D-ready; Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD

TechRadar found some very welcome features on Panasonic's DMP-BDT300; there are twin HDMI outputs and it's currently the only deck to sport an SD card slot. 3D picture quality is excellent,


7 reviews | 2 opinions


More information at: Audio Video Foto Bild, issue 6/2010 Meeting the Third Type Panasonic and Samsung are launching the first players for 3D films - and with it a new dimension has opened. Two Blu-ray players were reviewed. Test criteria were image quality, sound quality, photo playback, connections, features and functions, operation, environment and health, as well as service. Moreover, the product was upgraded, among other things for the integrated WLAN or for the USB WLAN receiver included in delivery and also for diverse data playback options through the network.

Panasonic DMP-BDT210

3D conversion, Upscaling, WLAN, 3D-ready, DLNA; DTS-HD, DTS, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD HR, DTS- …

The Panasonic DMP-BDT210 is by no means perfect, in fact some of the design choices are pretty bad, but it was still considered by PC Advisor to be an excellent buy. Not only does it have a brilliant …


3 reviews | 28 opinions



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Product information and further reviews

Nobel Surfer Video-HomeVision 8/2010 - DVD and Blu-ray portables are true luxury goods. Maybe that’s the reason for their popularity.

Dream Team for HD Fans AUDIO 4/2010 - Two years after the product was launched in Japan, the German HD community can now look forward to the first Blu-ray recorder. AUDIO got a hold of one of the first standard devices and thoroughly reviewed the Panasonic DMR-BS 750, as well as the re-issued Blu-ray player DMP-BD 85. Review details: One Blu-ray recorder and one Blu-ray player were reviewed. The latter was rated on sound (CD, DVD/HD sound), picture (DVD/BD), features/operation and processing.

Double Heart audiovision 5/2010 - Panasonic’s first 3D player feeds the receiver with HD sound through a second HDMI socket. Moreover, it’s an excellent networker. Review details: Single Test. Test criteria were image quality (HDMI), sound quality, start time from standby, Blu-ray / DVD reading time, Blu-ray / DVD navigation, maximum operating noise and features.

Panasonic DMP-BDT230 S21 6/2013 - Panasonic used to have a reputation for dull-looking products, but it seems as if the company has decided to fix that once and for all, and the DMP-BDT230 is a good example.

Panasonic DMP-BDT220 S21 2/2013 - Most people are happy with a budget, bare-bones Blu-ray player, but if you're the kind of user that requires the best picture quality, connectors galore and more features than you can shake a stick at, the DMP-BDT220 might be right up your alley.

Practical Test: Skype video calling with the Panasonic DMP-BDT110 Blu-ray Player 3/2011 - The first firmware update for the recently released Panasonic DMP-BDT110 (a product we’ve already tested) has arrived. This update now enables you to use the advertised Skype video calling function - although it still doesn’t have voicemail. We tested just how well Skype works with the DMP-BT110.

Blu-ray for Travels SATVISION 8/2010 - Photos, music, films - with the DMP-B500, Panasonic has already launched the second Blu-ray player for home and for travels, which, due to the 11.1 inch display, is best suited to look at photos and camcorder recordings while on the go. It can also be used in the comfort of your home as a media player and as a high-value Blu-ray player on the TV. We have tested the 1.7 kg designer piece on suitability for every day use.

A sensible choice stereoplay 11/2008 - Blu-ray players are developing at a furious pace: the number of features is growing whilst the price is shrinking. ‘stereoplay’ took a look at the latest developments that are being made amongst Sony and Panasonic’s entry-level and mid-range models. Review details: Two Blu-ray players were reviewed. Both were rated “outstanding”. Among the test criteria were sound (HDMI, Surround, Stereo), measurements and practice.

Jack of all Trades audiovision 4-5/2009 - Panasonic’s Blu-ray player BD 60 not only works enormously well and is inexpensive, it also expands the multimedia front with YouTube. Review details: Single Test. Test criteria were (colour coding, picture dynamics, gain accuracy ...), sound quality (audio test, distortion, channel separation ...), features, reading time Blu-ray/DVD as well as start time and standby.

Panasonic DMP-BD45 3/2010 - Usually, entry-level Blu-ray players cost slightly more than 100 Euros. For this price, almost all models include support for the Blu-ray profile 2.0 and practical additional features such as Internet widgets. Panasonic’s DMP-BD45 is missing these functions. Moreover, it has a proud price of 180 Euros. We tested, whether the player is really worth its money.

Panasonic DMP-BD60 3/2009 - With the DMP-BD60, Panasonic has launched a Blu-ray player with Viera Cast. The manufacturer’s own system, streams online content onto the device, such as Youtube videos. The 2.0 profile player displays excellent image quality. Blu-rays look great and even DVDs still make a big impression on large TVs. Thus, the price of around 280 Euros is fully justified.

The beginning of a new era HomeVision 12/2006 - Blu-ray has arrived! The first high-resolution film disc players are finally available in Germany. What has long been the future of home cinema is now becoming a reality - even in ‘HomeVision’s’ test labs. Review details: Two Blu-ray players were tested and rated 98% and 94%. Among the test criteria were sound quality, features and operation.

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