Model # DMP-BD77

Internet #203444649

Panasonic Blu-ray Disc Player with WiFi Capability-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Panasonic

Blu-ray Disc Player with WiFi Capability-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

DLNA-certified Blu-ray Disc Players and Home Theaters are easy to use with your home network. Share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) by simply connecting to a home network (LAN). For example, you can install a special app on your smart phone and use it to access a DLNA certified PC via a Wi-Fi router in another room. The PC works as a DLNA server where your collection of movies, photos and videos is stored. You can access, browse and view media stored on the server while in another room without having to worry about shuffling discs. The 2012 Blu-ray Disc Players and Home Theaters are compatible with NTFS (NT File System) format external hard disk drives, so you can enjoy music (FLAC, MP3), photos (JPEG, MPO), and camcorder video content (AVCHD, MP4) archived on an external HDD.

  • Wifi-ready connection allows access to Netflix VUDU, Cinema now and other content (optional adapter sold separately)
  • DLNA compatible allows easy connection of equipment over a network
  • External HDD playback enables use of remote content via USB (FAT32/NTFS compatible)
  • Connections: HDMI, 2-USB, video out, RCA analog audio out and Ethernet



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No Additional Features
Internet Connection
Ethernet and Wi-Fi

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

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Customer Reviews

Blu-ray Disc Player with WiFi Capability-DISCONTINUED is rated 1.6 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DVD Owners: DO NOT BUY THIS PLAYER I'm infuriated. This player randomly labels DVD disks as being in the 'Wrong Region'. At first I believed it was an issue with my individual player, and after tangling with terrible customer service, I was sent a replacement player that seemed to play the disks in question fine. Until it started labeling OTHER RANDOM DVD'S as wrong region! IF YOU WANT TO PLAY DVDS ON THIS PLAYER, AVOID IT AT ALL COSTS. I will never buy a Panasonic Again.
Date published: 2012-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sub Par Product At Its Best I have purchased several Panasonic items in the past, varying from TV's, Stereos, Car Stereos, and DVD Players. This one however, is a complete and utter failure. The company should be ashamed to put their name on such a terrible piece of equipment. From day 1 I had to unplug and plug back in. Then after multiple error codes, resets, and multiple unplugging, per the users manual, after a year it has locked up. The machine only says Hello, the TV displays Unusable Signal. Of course it locked up the exact day after the extended warranty expired. Which is simply fate. When I went to the store where it was purchased, the response was simple. "We get this all the time with that machine". I wanted and expected a simple inexpensive DVD player that had Netflix on it, so that my children could use only one TV with an easy navigation. This however, has been a complete waste of money and time. Maybe Panasonic has better products, but I'm not willing to spend my hard earned money to risk wasting it on such poor quality.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 37% Failure Rate I purchased 19 new Panasonic DMP BD 77 DVD players and within six months 7 of them had developed problems with Blu-Ray disk audio or they have no stopped outputting any signal at all. These devices are used casually throughout our facility most have less than 20 hours of actual use. My concern is what will happen with the other 13 over the next year and all 19 when their warranties expire. When these players are working the picture and sound is good. They are easy to use. Their price point is very attractive. I would not purchase this model again. I would not recommend them.
Date published: 2012-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy... you'll have nothing but problems This player even has in its printed manual... "if you have no control with the remote or player's switches" (it freezes up) then unplug it for a minute then start again! So it's had problems from the start... Panasonic should recall this model and fix (at no charge to us) the problems!!!
Date published: 2013-03-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Complicated When you buy the product they have no warning that you need an LAN adaptor. The box says wifi capable but when you go to set it up it says you have to buy a chip that isnt included. If I had known that I wouldnt have bought it
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I would not advise anyone to purchase this product. Once I did finally get it connected to the internet it would not let me view netflix at all and had no instructions in how to find the code to activate this device on netflix. I was excited because the price was nice to me but after all of this I am extremely disappointed. If i were not so tired I would be returning this product tonight! But it for sure will be going back to the store tomorrow!
Date published: 2012-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DMP BD77 Great Player! No problems with my Player, didnt need the wifi player is right next to the router. I use net flix a lot, I also have the DMP BD87 model in the bedroom. I works great as well. The major and i think only difference is the BD87 has supports B,G,N wifi connections( which is better for the range and speed for wifi). The BD77 supports G,N only. Remember if you use Net Flix, You Tube, or any other streaming video, to avoid freezing and black screen you need to have a really good connection and plenty of bandwidth i would recommend a Broadband Connection of at least 10Mbits internet speed. I have 30Mbits which is very good. Also use a wireless N router for better range and speed. Yes it takes a little time for the Blue Ray Disk to Initially load, once it does all is fine. There are also settings in the router you can adjust for streaming video, that will allow it allocate more bandwidth for the device that is running video. Having a healthy wifi or LAN is essential for a good experience on any device no matter the Brand. I picked Panasonic because i own a Pana TV
Date published: 2012-09-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from awful hard to use; wont connect to internet. Dont waste your money!
Date published: 2012-11-17
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