Model # DMP-BDT320

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Panasonic 3D Blu-ray Disc Player with Built-In WiFi-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Panasonic

3D Blu-ray Disc Player with Built-In WiFi-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The advanced 2D image technologies of the Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory have also been applied to 3D image playback, providing high quality images of the film that is approaching that of film. Life like 3D for beautifully reproduced images that leap off the screen with enhanced depth, luster and texture. Adaptive Chroma processing is a high quality image-processing technology developed to precisely process each pixel of Blu-ray Disc video signals in the vertical and horizontal directions. Vertical color data has been increased 1.5 times (compared with 2010 models), allowing Adaptive Chroma processing to reproduce color data more faithfully than ever before.

  • VIERA Connect provides video-on-demand, social networking, catch-up TV, games, educational content and a wide range of apps
  • VIERA remote app support enables the use of a smartphone or tablet device as a remote control
  • Full HD 3D enables viewing high full-HD quality images through both eyes when provided a compatible 1080p 3D signal
  • 2D-3D conversion makes it possible to convert images from all video content into 3D with natural depth perception
  • Turns an HDTV into a Skype enabled TV, plus record Skype video mail with an SD card when away (minimum 512MB card required)
  • Connections: HDMI, 2-USB, 2-SD card slot, video out, optical out, RCA analog audio out and Ethernet
  • DLNA compatible allows easy connection of equipment over a network
  • External HDD playback enables use of remote content via USB (FAT32/NTFS compatible)




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3D Blu-ray Disc Player with Built-In WiFi-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really good deal it's my 1st Blu-Ray player ever and is really kind of cool it can play usb and sd also besides Blu-Ray, Dvds and CDs and reads mp3 discs its also capable of playing 3D Discs. The player also has built in wi-fi to connect to the internet. it has Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora and more. The remote is kind of weird but after awhile it's easy to use ( you can also use a remote from a Panasonic Dvd Player if you dont like the touch remote). it even automatically turns my Panasonic Viera TV on when a disc is inserted into the palyer,the unit also automatically turns itself on. This player pretty much does has it all
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great player...remote questionable... I just purchased this player after much deliberation. It is my 6th or maybe 7th blu ray player I have owned, so I am fairly familair with the players and different brands out there. This is not the most expensive player I have bought, but it is easily the sleekest, lowest profile, quietest operating, and downright quickest player I have ever owned or operated for that matter. This thing is super quick. The slot load is super smooth, and after I loaded the movie, closed the empty case, put the case back in the drawer, went back to the couch, sat down and turned the volume up, the prieviews were already starting on my Blu ray Star Trek disc!!! Super quick!!! My ONLY complaint is the remote....Panasonic, I get it, trying to be different, trying something new.... It kinda works, but mostly its just annoying. and I have a Windows Phone 7, so I dont get the cool Panasonic Controller App, so come on me out here!!
Date published: 2012-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Its okay Well i bought this player for the 3D, I have yet to use the 3D part of the machine so I can not comment on that part of the machine. It is, difficult to use the remote that came with it. Really sensitive. The internet content is limited would like to see more added. This model for some reason shuts down at a certain time and will not connect to the net service after it shuts down. I have yet to figure out that problem, and have not found a shut down time in the system. It does not pick up wireless IP addresses so you have to enter it manually. Overall, yes I would recommend the unit with a warning.
Date published: 2012-05-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I Like the Remote I'm surprised at the many comments of disliking the remote. Initially, after performing the setup and putting in my first disk to play, I too thought the remote was lacking functionality. I couldn't figure it out on my own so I cracked the manual and read it from front to back. There it was right in front of me... The trick of using the 'touchpad'. I knew that I'd been missing something and that the Panasonic Engineers couldn't have overlooked the obvious. It's awesome!!! You don't have to 'memorize' the location of the various buttons for using the remote in the dark. Everything is controllable by swiping your finger in different directions across the touchpad without having to fumble around hoping you're gonna hit the correct button. You can also sync your smartphone via wi-fi to control the Blu-Ray player - at least that's what the manual states.
Date published: 2012-10-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good player, the remote needs work The player itself works well, but the user interface and remote leave a lot to be desired: touchpads look cool, but they are no substitute for dedicated transport buttons or cursor keys. In fact, I often use the remote for my TV (also a Panasonic) for transport functions. And why is there no eject key on the remote?
Date published: 2012-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from wireless stinks! i have a fast internet connection and router at home, but this unit drops wireless connection often, and i bought it because it was wireless. only 2.4ghz too. needs reset often, which involves a dumb procedure of pressing a sequence of buttons on the remote. sometimes turning it on and off takes a while, or it becomes unresponsive. blah! i always buy panasonic, but i regret buying this dmp bdt320. remote is a weird touchpad which can be slow and awkward to use.
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Do not buy to use as media player The Blu-Ray playback is good, but if you're going to use it to play media files from a USB hard drive, DO NOT BUY Panasonic. Basically I confirmed with Panasonic tech support that there is NO WAY to resume playback of a movie on a USB hard drive or memory stick. There is also NO WAY to goto a specific time in the movie. The FF or REW also does not work with movie files. So, for example, if you watch 1 hour and 45 minutes of a 2 hour movie and stop the playback. If you want to come back and watch the last 15 minutes of the movie from where you left off, you have to start the movie playback from the beginning and WAIT for 1 hour a 45 minutes until you get back to where you left off. Seriously? So the moral of the story is that you have to always watch a movie to the end OR plan ahead. If you know you want to watch the last half of a 2 hour movie, you have to start the movie 1 hour before you want to finish watching the movie. Obviously a serious over-site on the part of Panasonic. I am guessing all of their Blu-Ray players are the same when it comes to media file playback. Of course, as everyone else mentioned, the touch pad remote is the worst remote I have ever used. Again clearly the designers and engineers never actually use the product. Too bad because the other features of the player are not bad.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great thus far So far I've been pretty happy with this purchase. It works well, built well, reasonable price. The touch remote is a bit odd at first, but didn't take long for me to get used to. That said, I don't see the point of it. More importantly for me is that it will recognize standard Panasonic DVD/BluRay remote codes for those of us who have programmable remotes. The picture quality is otherwise good, Netflix streaming works well, WiFi seems to have good range. The only thing I'd change really is to simplify the menus. Up, Up, Right to get to the network streaming service feels like I'm trying to put in an old SEGA cheat code or something. I'd much prefer to have the ability to access that from the first screen.
Date published: 2012-11-05
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