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Over £200 is an awful lot to pay for a simple Blu-ray player, but Panasonic has loaded the DMP-BDT320 disc spinner with a host of extras and made it something of a streamer. Now fitted with the same Viera Connect interface that adorns its plasma and LED-backlit LCD TVs, the Panasonic DMP-BDT320 is stuffed with Netflix, Skype and BBC iPlayer, all of which are controlled by a swanky touchpad remote (more about that later). The Panasonic DMP-BDT320 isn't the brand's flagship Blu-ray deck. That honour goes to the DMP-BDT500, although for most users this is the pinnacle, features-wise.A mere 27mm in height and only 179mm deep, the Panasonic DMP-BDT320 fits nicely into an AV rack, although any distinctiveness from other components is limited to the 45-degree angled sides. Otherwise this is gloss black all the way, albeit with a slightly mottled top surface. Those with an aging AV receiver without HDMI inputs won't like the look of the Panasonic DMP-BDT320's rear, which sports just a single HDMI output.Component video outputs have also been lost on this year's batch of Blu-ray players (from all brands - thank a nervous Hollywood for that one).
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