Panasonic DMP-BD35 Blu-ray Player £99.97 Reduced from £129.97 @ PC World Instore - HotUKDeals
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This highly rated blu-ray player delivers a superb picture and and sound and represents truly great value and its come down in price. Couldn't see it being put up on HUKD, so i thought might aswell share it with you guys.

When i bought the Sony BDP-S350 Blu-ray player for £89.97 (after a £10 off voucher was used, but is normally £99.97), i saw this also reduced down.

They didn't have it in stock, so i bought the Sony one instead.
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Seems instore only. Will check tomorrow - thanks for the heads up :)
Need a Region B BD player, and my amp only accepts LPCM, so need the player to be able to decode DTSHD MA, this Panny BD35 does that (the Sony 350 does not), so under £100 is a good price, tempted to get it, but also waiting for the rumoured PS3 Slim, which even though will be more expensive than £100, provides much more multimedia functions than a standalone player. (and faster loading times)

decisions decisions...
Cracking deal, a quality player for under £100. But yes it is a bit slow to load.
I tried hunting for a new Sony 350 yesterday, but just to be aware that any stock I found were 'display' models only which have been on the shelf running for 12 hours odd a day! :roll:

They are considered by DSG as 'pristine' and no further money off them - I consider them 'secondhand!' :x

These will be well worn out when you consider that a player in a domestic situation is only used on average perhaps three/four times a week for 1 1/2 to 2 hours at a time!
Panasonic make great TVs, great cameras but as for their blu ray players they're simply awful.
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No Internet connection .... No BD Live ....Not worth it

Panasonic make great TVs, great cameras but as for their blu ray players they're simply awful.

Since when?§ion_id=22&filter=32&manufacturer=106&submit.x=19&submit.y=8
Consistently in the top places with all of their players thus far released to the market and comparable to the Sony 350 - 550.
Some more perhaps: Best Buy, Five Stars, Group Test Winner - yeah terrible...

Gr8h8me - huh?
"The best news is that the DMP-BD35 goes one better than the BD30 by offering full BD-Live compatibility, supporting the web-based interactive content found on a growing number of Blu-ray discs."
It's also listed in the spec sheet in the above link to the Panasonic site.

Don't vote cold because you cant be bothered to research
No Internet connection .... No BD Live ....Not worth it

What are you talking about?

This has both BD live and an ethernet port.

Have been looking at buying one of these for ages, this is simply an amazing BR player, head over to av forums and there's about 3 50 page threads about how good they are. £130 is damn cheap so £100 is amazing. Well done op and thanks!! :thumbsup:

Although i can't buy one as i've spent far too much money!!
it does have an internet connection and BD Live ?


from Panasonic Website:

Blu-ray Disc Player DMP-BD35 with SD Memory Card Slot

"PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus is a high quality image-processing technology developed by Panasonic to precisely process each pixel of the Blu-ray Disc video signal in the vertical direction. It reproduces colour data with twice the accuracy of conventional systems to keep colours faithful and sharp. P4HD processes more than 15 billion pixels per second and applies the optimal processing to every pixel. So that it can render progressive images superbly, expresses motion smoothly, and draws crisp diagonal lines."

BD-Live* lets users access to the Internet to download data such as images and subtitles, and to join in quizzes and multi-player interactive games that are linked to bonus movie content contained on Blu-ray disc. *BD-ROM Profile 2. Actual functions vary depending on the Blu-ray disc media.

Simply press the VIERA Link button on the VIERA’s remote control and select "Player" on the VIERA Link Menu screen. The Blu-ray Disc™ player's menu will display on the TV screen, and you can begin playback of a Blu-ray disc or select from the Blu-ray disc menu.

The DMP-BD35 is equipped with a card slot that makes it easy to transfer images from an HD camcorder or digital still camera that uses SD Memory Cards. Simply insert the card, and the DMP-BD35 fills a large-screen TV with AVCHD-format video images or JPEG stills in full 1920 x 1080 resolution.

The DMP-BD35 can decode HD Audio (Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD) and output 7.1ch digital audio signal. The resulting audio is studio master quality sound. This signal can be connected to an HDMI compatible receiver that does not support HD Audio Codec.
Review here

This is the best BR player you will find for under £100, no doubt about it
No Internet connection .... No BD Live ....Not worth it

All of the reviews I can find on the net say it's a profile 2.0 player; so must have some form of ethernet connectivity & support for BD Live :?
Panasonic make great TVs, great cameras but as for their blu ray players they're simply awful.

Thanks for the informative post(!) How about clarifying what's awful about them, or should I just take your word for it?
Just picked up at the last one at Poole PC World, sorry. I also asked at Currys next door, they said there were none in stock in the area and they also had info on PC World seeing as they are the same company. On their stock system it also came up at £99 so it's possible that Currys are doing the deal too. Hope that helps.

Big big thanks to original poster :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
No offense but Marty's an idiot. Panasonic make some of the best players out there and were/are well ahead of Sony and other manufacturers. I had a BD30 (which I just sold for £90, cost me £300 over a year ago) and it was a great machine. Standalones don't load as fast as a PC or a PS3 but so what, it's the quality that counts and Panasonic are fantastic. I've also used a BD35 and BD60 and there's not a big difference between them. I've just bought a Denon bluray player which has a slight edge on the Panasonic for picture quality and great with CDs.
I think you'll be waiting a long time for the PS3 slim!
I have had this player for 6 months and it works great - no complaints - it is very good if you have a Panasonic TV as the remotes work each other - the tv remote has the basic functions of the player and the players remote can do volume etc on the TV - great if you misplace remotes like most people.

The ethernet works fine and Panasonic have updated the firmware a couple of times without it being a headache to do - almost Apple like for ease of use, well done Panasonic I say.

I paid £170 and that was a good price back then.

No Internet connection .... No BD Live ....Not worth it

It has an ethernet plug on the back so you can update it and watch extra content with bd live i would look things up before posting .
ha ha.. The Samsung generation calling a Panny rubbish! I bet that chav prefers samsung!
Hurrah! Managed to snag one in Bath PCW. Was the last one in the store (was on the display model) and missing the manual - no big deal, downloadable anyways and I think I can work out most of it without.
It DOES have an ethernet jack on the back, I am updating the firmware right now (came with 1.2 update to 1.6) via the internet plugged into my router.
Many, many thanks to the original poster on this one, I have been waiting for a good player under 100 before it got too tempting :D

I love that!!!
I would have prefferred to buy the Panasonic BR player, but they had a display model only, so i just opted for the next best the Sony S350, since they are the originators of Blu-ray.
Cracking deal, heat + Rep added. I was looking for a sub £100 BD player that also played DivX and this one gets great reviews.

Stock wise - Hedge end (PC World and currys) have none, Southampton (pc world next to toys R us) have none but they kindly did a stock check for me and found that Salisbury had 2 in PCworld and 2 in currys so i went down to buy one.

Went to currys first (the one on southampton road) and they said they didnt have any at all but said that there are 2 currys in salibury? so i popped up the road to PC world and they had 2 in total, one was boxed and new the other was the display model. Obviously i bought the boxed one but if anyone wants the display model it was the last one left at about 1pm.
Does this player have a USB slot to play Divx?
Does this player have a USB slot to play Divx?


been told that it has a sd card slot to play Divx.
been told that it has a sd card slot to play Divx.

yup your right it does have an SD slot that you can play DivX but no USB.:thumbsup:
Same with most Panasonic products - their TV's have SD slots as well (well some do).
i own this and it has been amazing top quality picture and i purchased it when it first was released paying £250 over a year ago and for £99 what a bargain tempted to buy it for my second tv in the bedroom.
just to confirm...divx playback is not possible through the sd card, only from disc media.

P.S. i own one now! Thanks to the op, heat added!
Panasonic make great TVs, great cameras but as for their blu ray players they're simply awful.
Can it be made multi-regional?
I remember when these were a grand :-D
not sure bout multi region.
Dont Panasonic like hardley have code for dvd players let alone blu-rays??
Yeah you can, there is a remote hack on the AVForums and a Harmony profile (though offline at the minute that one) that should allow it.
absolute bargain :) panasonic make some of the best hardware you can get, i'd much rather get this than an unbranded one for a similar price

hot hot hot
I just opened my box and there is a sealed retail copy of National treasure 2 inside, the outside of the box doesn't even mention it! its a rubbish film for sure but a free BD is good no matter what, i assume everyone got this in the box?
Yeah you can, there is a remote hack on the AVForums and a Harmony profile (though offline at the minute that one) that should allow it.

By the time you buy the harmony remote its no longer a bargain.

A good deal for those who are prepared to be locked into R2 but I'm not interested until BR players become easily multi-regional.
Bagged the last one at Harrogate with a nice 3 year warranty for £20...


Made my mum very happy for her birthday...

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