The DMP-BD75 is the new entry level of player from Panasonic that offers all you need in a very compact size indeed.
The Panasonic DMP-BD75 has a fast loading time from standby mode, pause, and when the disk is first inserted, saving time when watching movies, and helpful when resuming a movie after breaks. It is designed to be more energy efficient, reducing CO2 emissions, and allowing for more compact storage, either in an audio visual equipment storage rack, or saving space in your entertainment centre. This feature alone will make this Blu-ray player appeal to a lot of people.
All the standard features you would expect are found on this model, and some you might not expect. Viewing WMA video files and slide shows is easy, and it has no trouble playing DVDs and MP3 CDs, along with many other multimedia formats. High definition functionality includes the ability to convert DVD quality images into high definition quality images, plus the ability to draw 1080p HDMI images from a standard high definition TV, even when watching DVDs.
The Panasonic DMP-BD75 will outperform its predecessors in terms of loading speed and image quality. It boasts tremendous sound quality with its 192 kilohertz digital-to-analog sound output, giving crystal clear sound across the entire range of frequencies. The compact design of this Blu-ray player makes it practical for smaller entertainment setups as well as larger ones. It is a machine that will not draw attention to itself due to its small size, and those looking to give their entertainment centre a clean, no-frills appearance will appreciate this thoughtful engineering. It does justice to DVDs and Blu-ray discs alike, and with a connection to the Internet, you can view movies and pictures from your computer. It also has a USB port which allows you to connect a flash drive containing media viewable on your Blu-ray player.
These features and more have users raving about the usefulness of this product in comparison to others in its price range, and the all-around looks and performance of the Panasonic DMP-BD75 make it a good choice for casual viewers as well as serious home cinema enthusiasts. It does justice to inexpensive HD television sets as well as much pricier sets, taking advantage of the high resolution capabilities of these TVs.
What to consider before you buy the Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-ray Player
Whereas in the 2010 model range the BD65 and BD85 were mid range players, rather confusingly, the BD75 in the 2011 range isn’t – it’s very much a budget player. Also bear in mind that whilst the DLNA feature is great, you’ll need a physical connection to your router or network – there’s no wireless option on this player (consider the next model up – the DMP-BDT110 – for that). Although not DLNA compliant, the wireless ready Sony BDP-S380 is a similar price so is worth considering.
Why you should buy the Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-ray Player
Compact, and environmentally friendly, the BD75 will appeal to people who want a decent player without any bells and whistles, and for a good value for money price. This player is neat and tidy and won’t take grab centre stage under your television, but then that’s not always a bad thing. Rating: /5
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