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Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray Player

Released on 03 April 2009

Manufacturer: Panasonic

5.0 out of 5 (6 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Outstanding high definition picture quality is only the start of the Blu-ray revolution; Blu-ray technology also enables a new range of exciting and interactive entertainment possibilities. If you have ever wanted to watch your favourite film with the director or lead actor explaining significant moments in the film, BonusView is your backstage pass to the world behind the silver screen.


Picture-in-picture
The 'Picture-in-Picture' functionality provides a second small window which can be watched simultaneously on the screen in where, by example, actors and directors can give enhanced commentary about the scene you are watching; whilst the 'Audio-Mixing' function lets you choose the soundtrack you would like to listen to.



BD-Live Supporting Internet enabled content
An even more advanced profile, called BD-Live can connect to the Internet and play Blu-ray movies that have Internet-enabled content, such as interactive multiplayer games, trailers and extra features you can download from the Internet to local storage, e.g. on exchangeable memory like an SD memory card.



Individual Image Slideshows
Thanks to Panasonic's HD networking abilities, your family and friends can now enjoy your holiday photos and home movies on the large widescreen TV right in your living room!



High Clarity Sound
Hear the details you may have been missing. Eliminating the analog video signal output prevents noise from being generated by analog video signals allows for crisp, clear sound recreation from digital sound signal. Enjoy true, rich sound quality from the DMP-BD80 Blu-ray disc player.



PHL Reference Chroma Plus Technology
UniPhier is an incredible new image and audio processor, which combines P4HD technology with the proprietary PHL Reference Chroma Plus technology, resulting in a processor that deftly handles images by reproducing colours and textures that are faithful to the original film.

  • Key Features
  • PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
  • High Precision 4:4:4
  • VIERA CAST
  • Multi Content Playback with SD Memory Card Slot and USB Terminal
  • HD Audio Decode
  • Environmental Friendly (Intelligent Auto Standby/ Standby Power Save)
  • Input / Output
  • SD Memory Card Slot yes
  • Ethernet for Network_ Yes (for BD-Live, VIERA CAST and Firmware Update)
  • Component Video Out (Y, PB, PR) yes
  • Video Out yes
  • Analog Audio Out 2ch
  • Digital Audio Out Yes (1 Optical)
  • HDMI(OUTPUT)
  • Support version V.1.3a
  • Support features Deep Colour / x.v.Colour / High Bit Rate Audio

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 superb Player

| | See all crazyhornet's reviews (8)

This is a fantastic player with the added bonus of being able to play DIVX files etc via the USB port. You also get two free bluray films Australia and The Day The Earth Stood Still via a promotion.
all in all a fantastic product.

 Saved from 3 Stars by Extras

| | See all WhosTheAndy's reviews (5)

1. I miss having a button that says Disc menu - after 3 months with the machine I am still trying to find the way to go straight to the Disc menu and skip the Disney marketing extravaganza (at least on those discs where Disney lets you skip!).

2. Upscaling DVDs gives a very good picture, however every now and then there is some obvious blocking which looks as if someone has used a Biro to draw a little rectangle of black lines. This is something that never happened on my old inferior Samsung BDP1400.

3. A What Hi-fi review said that the Sound from audio CDs can be harsh and I would agree. Even over my "Wouldn't say boo to a goose" Bose speakers, CD audio through HDMI sounds fizzy.

4. In operation all the controls seem fast, but the initial load time is noticeable.

I would go for 3 Stars but the addition of DivX and AVCHD is a great use to me.

 Best Value BD disc player on the market

| | See all dazmataz's reviews (1)

Picture+Sound+Ease of use .What panasonic is all about.I own a PS3 it destroys it in every way (minus games).Only downside ,not as fast as other BD players on the market(roughly 60 seconds).

 Bye bye dvd !

| | See all Elevation's reviews (32)

A look around the internet will tell you in depth precisely why this player is worth buying. I'm no expert on the technology behind it, all I see is the end result - that of an absolutely stunning picture. Upon loading up The Matrix I could virtually see every hair growing out of the actors face - and that's just the women. Almost every review from every source (and I do do my homework before purchasing) has really rated this player, and it contains several improvements over the previous BD35 model. One downside to the player are the noticeably slow load times, but it's a question of whether you want to compromise on the kind of quality Panasonic is renowned for, or have your blu-rays loading up faster at the expense of picture quality. Another downside worth noting is that this does not support a 5.1 Dolby sound system. But for me this is not an issue as I have no short term plans to buy such a sound system. The design is very nice and sleek - Panasonic (along with other manufacturers) having now moved from the "must be the size of a fridge because it's new tech" ethos to a more sensible "can be small and yet actually still be good" outlook. I would never have even considered paying 200+ for a piece of technology that is currently being superceded every few months. The next model up from this is the BD80 but I do not need the new features that model provides (5.1 Dolby support being one of them), so at well under 200 quid I would totally recommend this player out of the Panasonic range. Yes you can buy cheaper, but before doing so I would suggest you don't just take my word for it ; research the kind of things people have been saying about this model. Right now until January 2010 it has another major selling point - no less than 7 free blu-rays courtesy of Panasonic. These titles are The X-men Trilogy, Wolverine: Origins, Australia, Ice Age 3 and Night at the Museum. Very nice start to a collection, and a very significant saving even with internet prices.
I've entered a whole new world of viewing pleasure. Now GIVE ME STAR WARS ON BLU RAY !!

 fantastic

| | See all redrobin's reviews (1)

superb player for the money and even plays divx files you can watch youtube just fired gladiator through it superb picture.

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