PANASONIC DMP-BD35EB-K BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER - EBAY DOTD £99.00 - HotUKDeals
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Product Features

* Profile 2
* BD Live & Bonusview
* HDMI output
* SD card slot (AVCHD)
* Optical output
* 1080p upscaling on DVD playback

Technical Details

The BD35 BluRay player delivers premium picture quality by using new state of the art graphics processors. The unique PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus, processes more than 15 Billion pixels per second to give a picture experience which is full of detail, expresses motion smoothly and reproduces faithful colours. The BD35 can playback a variety of different media formats including BD-ROM, BD-RE(Dual Layer), BD-R(Dual Layer), DVD, DVD-RAM, DVD-R(DL), DVD-RW, +R(DL), +RW, CD, CD-R/-RW, SD Memory Card.
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#1
Great player this i bought two last year from Currys £80 each,Sold one on Ebay and finished up with mine for about £20.It takes an sd card straight out of my hd camcorder and plays it.
#2
But for just a few quid more you could buy a......

Buggrit, can't be bothered :)
#3
you can buy the sony 370 blueray player which has iplayer on it for the same price as this...
#4
this has got more awards than the sony, i'd rather have this tbh. i find sony hit and miss
#5
I have this - a great player! Heat added.

Of course, you could spend a few more quid and buy a well known brand rather than this rubbishy, no name 'Panasonic' one....
#6
Are there any benefits to getting this one over a different brand to connect to a Panasonic TV? Or are they all much the same?
#7
It's really not funny anymore, quite tiresome now at least 3 people bring it up on any thread containing an amp or dvd player.....

In fact it is bordering on bullying now, i am sure all you people wouldn't be too impressed if it was happening to your son or daughter.
#8
I think this is the older, last years model. I believe the DMPBD45 is the newer model.
richersounds instore have the DMPBD45 listed as £109.95, not sure about stock levels.
#9
boyse7en
Are there any benefits to getting this one over a different brand to connect to a Panasonic TV? Or are they all much the same?


You should be able to use the TV remote with it and it will be able to use Viera LINK feature

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Technology/Viera+Link/571041/index.html
#10
Can an ordinary viewer tell the difference between an upscaled dvd and a blue ray?
#11
alibaba9999
I have this - a great player! Heat added.

Of course, you could spend a few more quid and buy a well known brand rather than this rubbishy, no name 'Panasonic' one....


I have not been keeping up with the latest HD TV's and Blueray players but I was always under the impression that Panasonic was one of the best companys for top quality Audio Visual until you start comparing against the professional systems!!!!!!:whistling:
#12
yes blu-rays are higher res and thus clearer and more satisfying, if you have a HDTV :thumbsup:
#13
shaun3man
I think this is the older, last years model. I believe the DMPBD45 is the newer model.
richersounds instore have the DMPBD45 listed as £109.95, not sure about stock levels.


cnet quoted that this model does not support profile 2 though I think personally this is likley to be a mistake......
#14
jerrymartin
I have not been keeping up with the latest HD TV's and Blueray players but I was always under the impression that Panasonic was one of the best companys for top quality Audio Visual until you start comparing against the professional systems!!!!!!:whistling:


In a long running joke in HDUK that some silly boy didn't know a brand name hence now any brand thats get posted..

arr.. you get the idea..
#15
Shock
In a long running joke in HDUK that some silly boy didn't know a brand name hence now any brand thats get posted..

arr.. you get the idea..


Yes unfortunately its well past the funny stage now.
#16
Go Jets
Can an ordinary viewer tell the difference between an upscaled dvd and a blue ray?


Absolutely, its like night and day. Upscaling is a complete falsehood btw, any HDTV has to upscale whatever you plug into it to display it at the TV's native resolution. All an upsacaling DVD player does is upscale it before sending to the TV, the issue is that the upscaling electronics in decent TV's is better than that in a £50 dvd player, so like I say its a marketing lie.

If you've not experience a decent HD movie on a decent HDTV you're missing out on vast improvements in picture and sound.

*Edit, I have had this player since launch and its superb. Gives a better picture than the Sony I returned and is much quieter in operation.
#17
Go Jets
Can an ordinary viewer tell the difference between an upscaled dvd and a blue ray?

Anyone not blind will tell, providing the screen is more than 30 inches big. Upscaling dvd is just a gimmick. If one could upscale a dvd to HD quality why would bluray be invented at all?
#18
Adidas Addict
Absolutely, its like night and day. Upscaling is a complete falsehood btw, any HDTV has to upscale whatever you plug into it to display it at the TV's native resolution. All an upsacaling DVD player does is upscale it before sending to the TV, the issue is that the upscaling electronics in decent TV's is better than that in a £50 dvd player, so like I say its a marketing lie.

If you've not experience a decent HD movie on a decent HDTV you're missing out on vast improvements in picture and sound.

*Edit, I have had this player since launch and its superb. Gives a better picture than the Sony I returned and is much quieter in operation.


Thank you for that, atm I use a PS3 for Bluray and was just gonna replace that with an upscaling dvd player, or at least I was, so thanks guys for the help:thumbsup:
#19
i have the bd65eb version, i want to sell it because i have ps3 but dont want to sell it on ebay because paypal and ebay take too much fees want to sell it here but dnt no how to, ive looked but it lokks to complicated:thinking:

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