Panasonic DMP- BD75 EB-K / Blu-ray Disc Player - £54.99 and FREE DELIVERY @ PLAY.COM
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Panasonic DMP- BD75 EB-K / Blu-ray Disc Player - £54.99 and FREE DELIVERY @ PLAY.COM

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Found 28th Nov 2011
£3 better than previous deals.

More info:

Blu-ray Disc Player

Quick Playback
Ultra-fast booting and loading
After starting the player, the time it takes from launching the menu to playing a disc is much shorter than with conventional
models. Starting and loading the disc from standby is also quick for more comfortable movie viewing.

New Stylish GUI
A new elegant, friendly interface
A stylish and simple menu design is achie ved by using large menu icons and illustrations. Operating Blu-ray Disc players is also easier, which feature a simple menu. This simplif ied menu gives you a better overview and helps you find what you are looking for faster.

DLNA
Enjoy multi content on your PC in a separate room
Using DLNA technology, Blu-ray Disc players and home cinema systems can access files on a DLNA server compliant
PC. By simply connecting to a home network (LAN), you can enjoy AVCHD, WMV, JPEG, MP3 and L-PCM media stored on your PC.

USB Playback
Enjoy photos and movies easily with USB devices
You can enjoy photos, movies and music archived on a USB memory device or external hard disk drive.

Compact Design
Environmentally friendly eco products
The 2011 models are more compact than Panasonic 2010 models, with the Blu-ray Disc players being 14mm lower and 20mm shorter than last year's models1 while the height of Blu-ray Disc home cinemas' main unit has been lowered by 16mm. The volume of the carton box has also been reduced by 50%. By making products slimmer and more compact, product material as well as packaging has been reduced. With reduced packaging, more efficient logistics are made possible, leading to less CO2 emissions. Panasonic Blu-ray Disc products are produced with environmental consideration that extends from the factory to final delivery.

After starting the player, the time it takes from launching the menu to playing a disc is much shorter than in conventional models. Starting and loading the disc from standby is also quick, for more comfortable movie viewing.

You can enjoy photos, movies and music archived on a USB memory device or external hard disk drive*. * Compatible only with FAT 32 file systems. Playback is not possible with some external hard disk drives.

1080p up-conversion function converts standard definition (720 x 480 pixels) images from DVD sources to high definition (1920 x 1080pixels) images. These up-converted signals draw out the maximum performance of an HDMI compatible1080p HDTV, giving you vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed high-resolution images to enjoy.

23 Comments

Gotta love a bit of free deiivery

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electrogear

Gotta love a bit of free deiivery



Was spelt correctly, lowercase l and uppercase i made it look so wrong, lol

Changed now, thanks.

Just paid £63 at M&S

but that came with 2yr warranty and 6% Quidco
Edited by: "daveyk1975" 28th Nov 2011

Voted hot, although it is cheaper on Best Buy if anyone can get free delivery.

Voted hot, these 2011 models are nice and quick players. I've got the next model up as I figured I'd get 3D support but fundamentally it's the same.
Edited by: "uchuff" 28th Nov 2011

no iplayer?

Bought one from Best Buy with BR10 code = £53.99 free delivery yet I see that you can get it for £48 free delivery if you put in BBY code - if it doesn't let you put multiple codes you can ring them up on 0800 380 0000 - that's in lieu of closing down sale discounts - worth a try?

ordered, now I have all my x-mas pressies sorted for everyone

who cares about Iplayer its dlna compliant which is great for streaming files from a pc or nas. If i needed another player this would be my choice as its hot! These are much better deals than the lg bd550 that comes up that has less features.

tipsy1973

who cares about Iplayer its dlna compliant which is great for … who cares about Iplayer its dlna compliant which is great for streaming files from a pc or nas. If i needed another player this would be my choice as its hot! These are much better deals than the lg bd550 that comes up that has less features.



I care!

43cm wide!

Not sure if I'm just missing it, but does this play MKV files?

Cold, a whole whopping £1 cheaper at Best Buy, and both stores are crap as far as warranty claims go, you would have to go through the manufacturer, so crap all round really!
Edited by: "cicobuff" 28th Nov 2011

mudddy

Not sure if I'm just missing it, but does this play MKV files?



According to this review it does-
trustedreviews.com/Pan…iew

Whitedot

From the manual:

uchuff

Voted hot, these 2011 models are nice and quick players. I've got the … Voted hot, these 2011 models are nice and quick players. I've got the next model up as I figured I'd get 3D support but fundamentally it's the same.



So does this play 3d ??

mudddy

Not sure if I'm just missing it, but does this play MKV files?



Seems to, but forget about playing them from the USB port as it's FAT32 compatible only.

iPlayer is really neat on these. So many TV shows on tap. My PVR is getting less usage as the days go by.

markwigg

I care!



I Was saying this only because I own an lg bd570 and a sony s370 (both have Iplayer) The bd550 is a good player but dire if U want dlna & this too me is more important than Iplayer

I just thought I'd throw in that from a discussion I read elsewhere about these, it is not particularly easy to make this player region-free, if that matters to anyone. It needs a special service remote control (not the supplied remote) to make it DVD-region-free, and to make it BluRay-region-free it needs the installation of an extra chip! I don't know how this compares to other BluRay players, as I'm not yet into BluRay, but a high proportion of my DVDs are foreign and I couldn't live with a player that wasn't region-free.

I got my two from best buy today haven't played with it much but I did try a dvd and a mkv (quite high bit rate and file size and played fine from what I seen. Havent tried usb yet

This was posted in bitterwallet I assume they got it from here about partial refunds from bestbuy

bitterwallet.com/par…716

“Best Buy are giving partial refunds to customers who purchased goods recently (within 7 days I think) in lieu of the Closing Down Sale Discounts!

I bought a Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-Ray Player last week for £53.99 delivered (using 10% off code ‘BR10′) and phoned them a few minutes ago to ask for a discount in lieu of the closing down sale discounts and got an extra 10% off. This means I got my brp for £48 delivered!”
Edited by: "shrek" 29th Nov 2011

Now showing at £69.99

Just picked on up from RS from £70 inc 5 year warranty - just watching Bolt as a MKV file - great picture and sound
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