Panasonic DMP-BDT165EB-K Smart 3D Blu-ray DVD Player (Manufacturer Refurbished) - £29.99 @ Panasonic Outlet eBay
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Panasonic DMP-BDT165EB-K Smart 3D Blu-ray DVD Player (Manufacturer Refurbished) - £29.99 @ Panasonic Outlet eBay

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Found 23rd May 2016
Seems a good price for those after a cheap smart 3D Blu-ray player, also supports USB playback.

Manufacturer refurbished with a 12 month warranty.

"An item that has been professionally restored to working order by a manufacturer-approved vendor. This means the product has been inspected, cleaned and repaired to meet manufacturer specifications and is in excellent condition. This item may or may not be in its original packaging. See the seller’s listing for full details"

Free express delivery.

Disc Type and Supported Files BD-ROM Yes
Colour Black
Brand Panasonic
Model DMP-BDT165EB
Type 3D Blu-Ray Player
Region Code Blu-ray: B (includes Europe)
MPN DMP-BDT165EB
Disc Type and Supported Files BD-RE/ BD-RE DL (Ver.3) BDAV/ BDMV/ JPEG/ MPO/ FLAC/ WAV/ AAC/ WMA/ MP3/ ALAC/ DSD
Disc Type and Supported Files BD-R/ BD-R DL (Ver.2) BDAV/ BDMV/ Xvid/ MKV/ FLAC/ WAV/ AAC/ WMA/ MP3/ ALAC/ DSD
Disc Type and Supported Files DVD DVD-Video
Disc Type and Supported Files DVD-R/ DVD-R DL/ DVD-RW DVD-Video/ DVD Video Recording / AVCHD / Xvid/ MKV/ FLAC/ WAV/ WMA/ AAC/ MP3/ ALAC/ DSD/ JPEG/ MPO
Disc Type and Supported Files +R/ +R DL/ +RW Video/ AVCHD
Disc Type and Supported Files CD, CD-R/ -RW CD-DA / Xvid/ MKV/ FLAC/ WAV/ WMA/ AAC/ MP3/ ALAC/ JPEG/ MPO (CD-R/ -RW)
DTS-HD Master Audio Essential/ DTS-HD High Resolution Audio Decode and Bitstream Output*3
USB Slot (Front/Rear Uses) Front: For Playback
USB Standard USB 2.0 High Speed
USB File Playback compatability Xvid/ MKV/ MP4/ MPEG-2/ FLAC/ WAV/ WMA/ AAC/ MP3/ ALAC/ DSD/ JPEG/ MPO
3D Effect Controller yes
Deep Color yes
x.v.Color yes*6
High Quality Network Audio Playback yes (FLAC/ WAV/ WMA/ AAC/ MP3/ ALAC/ DSD)
Multi-User Mode/ Stylish GUI/ Wallpaper n/a / yes/ yes
External HDD Playback yes*9
BD-Live yes*10
HDMI Output yes
Power Consumption Normal Use [Approx.] 11W
Power Consumption Standby - Quick Start Off [Approx.] 0.5W
Power Consumption Standby - Quick Start On [Approx.] 3.5W
Video System PAL/ NTSC
Power Supply AC 220-240V, 50Hz
Dimensions WxHxD (Approx) 245 x 38.5 x 175 mm*11
Weight [Approx.] 0.8 kg

16 Comments

multi region Blu-Ray / DVD ?

Ordered thanks

Another Panny item that does not support playback of the most popular video format from disc. Even the cheapest of cheap BR players (and dvd players) will play MP4 from disc, but not if it is a bluray Panachronic. Otherwise, great price for the featureset.

Came really close to buying, but noticed there's no audio output on this model. Shame

Thanks, hopefully this will viera link properly to my Panasonic TV as the Bush blu ray player I've got now seems to keep changing the input to itself and the menu button doesn't work over CEC. The Bush player also disobeys eject and power off orders, so hopefully this one is more obedient.

Another Panny item that does not support playback of the most popular … Another Panny item that does not support playback of the most popular video format from disc. Even the cheapest of cheap BR players (and dvd players) will play MP4 from disc, but not if it is a bluray Panachronic. Otherwise, great price for the featureset.



Super Multi-format Playback - Xvid/MKV/ MP4 /FLAC/MP3/AAC/ALAC/DSD

Or am I missing something?

Super Multi-format Playback - Xvid/MKV/ MP4 /FLAC/MP3/AAC/ALAC/DSDOr am I … Super Multi-format Playback - Xvid/MKV/ MP4 /FLAC/MP3/AAC/ALAC/DSDOr am I missing something?


Politely: you are missing it does not support MP4 playback from disc.

Panasonic Blu-ray player are beyond awful. You'll need a lot of patience if you want to use any of the 'smart' features of this unit. You'll also need good access to the plug socket for all the hard resets it will need.

Another Panny item that does not support playback of the most popular … Another Panny item that does not support playback of the most popular video format from disc. Even the cheapest of cheap BR players (and dvd players) will play MP4 from disc, but not if it is a bluray Panachronic. Otherwise, great price for the featureset.



Actually mp4 is a container not a video format!! Also it's 2016, who still use's mp4's?? It's all about the MKV now :-)

Actually mp4 is a container not a video format!! Also it's 2016, who … Actually mp4 is a container not a video format!! Also it's 2016, who still use's mp4's?? It's all about the MKV now :-)


Obvsly agree on definition, but definition not widely understood, whereas "format" conveys the meaning. MKV will likely gain greater popularity over MP4 as x265 becomes mainstream, in meantime: who uses MP4? It's possibly the most widely used mobile phone video, and loved by the streamers / torrenters. Lack of MP4 playback from disc is a common Panny trait - not aware of a licencing cost to MP4 so always thought it stange that Panny persistently chooses not to support it.

No stock left. They do have other similar offers which may be useful depending on what you need/want from blu Ray player

Do people still burn video files to disc? I would have thought USB playback would be more desirable.

tamoil

Do people still burn video files to disc? I would have thought USB … Do people still burn video files to disc? I would have thought USB playback would be more desirable.



​Are you living in the 80s?! Streaming and cloud is the modern way X)

Do people still burn video files to disc? I would have thought USB … Do people still burn video files to disc? I would have thought USB playback would be more desirable.


Disc is still the most cost-effective way of distributing small amounts of physical media to contacts, especially to those who may be technology-light. Even my gran can play a bluray / DVD, and she can easily read what is scribbled on the disc. I politely gave-up trying to explain how to watch a video on TV from USB. Plus it's cheap to shift a disc in the post.

Got mine yesterday, seems to be pretty good. Easy (if not poor looking) menus. Need to run a few DVDs to check the up scaling quality.
Much louder disc noises than the old one.

Doesn't turn on automatically with the TV but all other CEC controls seem to work. Doesn't appear to have any viera link options on the box and the options are all enabled on my TV.

Guess I'll have to get round to setting up that logitech remote I was going to put on ebay.
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