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Panasonic DMP-BDT167EB SMART 3D Blu-ray DVD Player Built In USB Playback (Refurbished) - £22.49 Delivered @ Panasonic/eBay
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Panasonic DMP-BDT167EB SMART 3D Blu-ray DVD Player Built In USB Playback (Refurbished) - £22.49 Delivered @ Panasonic/eBay

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Posted 19th Feb

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Panasonic officially refurbished product, all items come with a 12 Month Manufacturer warranty and a 14 day cooling off period.






Full HD 3D playback
Access To Internet Apps
Plays Various File Formats
USB Playback

You can access various content and services through the Internet. With certain Panasonic Blu-ray Players you can enjoy various contents, including movies, news, games, music and more. *The model BDT167 has a smaller selection of apps

The latest BD Players are compatible with a wide variety of formats, even up to high-resolution audio files from a wireless home network. Highly intricate tones, such as those of a studio master quality sound source, are faithfully reproduced with natural depth and true-to-life atmosphere.

The Panasonic Blu-ray player enables you to access media stored on a USB device such as achieved music and photos and view them on your TV.

Capable of playing all of your favourite 3D Blu-ray discs when connected to a compatible 3D TV, the DMP-BDT167EB can also upscale standard definition DVDs to HD resolution. This allows you watch your old favourites in higher quality for greater entertainment satisfaction.

When connected to the internet, BD-Live can access additional content for your Blu-ray discs. This can include internet chats, scheduled chats with the director and internet games, as well as downloadable featurettes, quizzes and movie trailers to allow you to enjoy your favourite films in even greater depth.
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Seems to support a lot of formats, although no mention is made of h265. Heat added for price
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Great price. The only thing stopping me is no wifi. Plus I have a laptop plugged into the TV which can play blurays anyway.
If only there was a bluray region hack???
Tempted as my Sony is getting a bit twitchy but no SACD playback. Looks good, otherwise. Normally £150
forcedv19/02/2020 13:32

If only there was a bluray region hack???


For this player?
GNKelly0719/02/2020 12:22

Seems to support a lot of formats, although no mention is made of h265. …Seems to support a lot of formats, although no mention is made of h265. Heat added for price[Image]


Another Panachronic disc player that does not play mp4 container from disc. Go figure. And certainly no x265 / HEVC support stated at panasonic.com/uk/…tml
AndyRoyd19/02/2020 14:12

Another Panachronic disc player that does not play mp4 container from …Another Panachronic disc player that does not play mp4 container from disc. Go figure.


? .mp4 is on the above list of formats supported.
popoyaya19/02/2020 14:26

? .mp4 is on the above list of formats supported.


? Re-read the disc spec. This is a bluray (disc / video) player and marketed primarliy as such yet the most common video container of mp4 is not supported from disc.
AndyRoyd19/02/2020 14:30

? Re-read the disc spec. This is a bluray (disc / video) player and …? Re-read the disc spec. This is a bluray (disc / video) player and marketed primarliy as such yet the most common video container of mp4 is not supported from disc.


Ah okay, it only plays mp4 from USB I take it.
popoyaya19/02/2020 14:38

Ah okay, it only plays mp4 from USB I take it.


Yeah. Used to send my gran post-friendly (thin & cheap) DVDRs of family vids of occasions she couldn't attend. The discs used to play fine on some cheap tat £10 ASDA-brand DVD player sourced from a HUKD deal. Since upgrading to some mid-range Panachronic bluray player we had to send not-post-friendly and certainly more expensive USB sticks instead. Panachronic seems to be the only brand that doesn't support the uber-common mp4 container from disc across virtually its entire player range.
AndyRoyd19/02/2020 14:45

Yeah. Used to send my gran post-friendly (thin & cheap) DVDRs of family …Yeah. Used to send my gran post-friendly (thin & cheap) DVDRs of family vids of occasions she couldn't attend. The discs used to play fine on some cheap tat £10 ASDA-brand DVD player sourced from a HUKD deal. Since upgrading to some mid-range Panachronic bluray player we had to send not-post-friendly and certainly more expensive USB sticks instead. Panachronic seems to be the only brand that doesn't support the uber-common mp4 container from disc across virtually its entire player range.


Seems a strange limitation to impose, as it already has the codecs on board. Maybe done to appease the movie industry gestapo.
These are a great little player for the money. I think I paid £29.99 for mine and am very happy with it.
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