2 expert reviews - 0 user reviews
We have collected 2 reviews of the Panasonic DMP-BD75. Experts rate Panasonic DMP-BD75 6/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Panasonic DMP-BD75 and Panasonic Blu-ray players.
The Panasonic DMP-BD75 is a basic, entry-level Blu-ray player. This model isn't 3D compatible, but it can still be hooked up to a network or to the web for access to BD-Live content and DLNA connections. Let's take a closer look. We'd got used to seeing better from Panasonic with the likes of the BDT310, but the firm doesn't seem to have made much effort with the design of this entry-level product ... unlike Sony, which still managed to do a good job with the low-cost S185. The plastic used looks very plastic indeed and the metal casing doesn't go any way to improving the BD75's overall look. That said, the On and Eject buttons have a reassuringly long press and are nice to use. The BD75 also has the advantage of being compact. The device's only USB port can be found swimming all alone in the middle of the front face, making it perfect for occasional use but a little more frustrating if you plan on leaving a USB flash drive or external hard drive permanently hooked up. However, the good news is that you can connect an NTFS-format 2.5-inch self powered HDD. For BD-Live and DLNA you'll need an Ethernet (RJ45) cable as there's no on-board Wi-Fi in this particular model.
Unsurprisingly, 3D will continue to dominate home cinema in 2011, with a flood of 3D TVs and Blu-ray products hitting the market as the year unfolds. Indeed, Panasonic's new range of Blu-ray players includes four 3D-ready models, such as its flagship DMP-BDT310. But it's worth remembering that not everyone has the desire or the budget to embrace the 3D revolution, which is why Panasonic also provides a couple of non-3D models, including this DMP-BD75.This entry-level player has been stripped of the headline-grabbing features of its 3D stable mates, its focus shifting to the brand's proven picture prowess, with a lower price tag to match.FeaturesPanasonic has made a concerted effort to downsize dimensions in order to reduce the amount of packaging, making the BD75 so slim you could almost slip it in your wallet. Art deco it's not, but the understated black styling is undeniably tasteful, and the aluminium bodywork is surprisingly robust. Just a couple of buttons adorn the fascia, alongside a USB port in place of the usual SD card slot and a basic display panel.The rear panel also screams 'entry level'. All you'll find there are HDMI, composite video and stereo audio outputs.
|Panasonic DMP-BD75 Ultra-Fast Booting Blu-ray Disc Player||$122.99||See it|
|Panasonic DMP-BD75 Ultra-Fast Booting Blu-ray Disc Player||$149.99||See it|