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Panasonic DMP-BDT180EB 3D Smart Blu-Ray Player £31.60 instore @ Tesco Chelmsford
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Panasonic DMP-BDT180EB 3D Smart Blu-Ray Player £31.60 instore @ Tesco Chelmsford

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Posted 9th FebAvailable: London

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Tesco have now reduced the price of the Panasonic BluRay player DMP-BDT180EB to £31.60 where stocked. I purchased my one from the Chelmsford town centre store. There were still a couple on the shop floor and I was told there were a few more in the back.
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alex_uk09/02/2020 19:39

Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - …Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - easy no waste of space for disks and player.


Each to their own, I prefer to own physical media so that I am not tied to any streaming service just to view content in the future that I have paid for. Judging by the continued sale of both players and media I am far from the only one.
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Release the geese
Does anyone else think the box is 'ultra' misleading with a big '4K' slapped on there?
Upscales to 4k only .... DOH got excited for a miniute
Will try and see if there any in my local Tesco
Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - easy no waste of space for disks and player.
alex_uk09/02/2020 19:39

Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - …Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - easy no waste of space for disks and player.


Each to their own, I prefer to own physical media so that I am not tied to any streaming service just to view content in the future that I have paid for. Judging by the continued sale of both players and media I am far from the only one.
alex_uk09/02/2020 19:39

Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - …Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - easy no waste of space for disks and player.


Most people will have a few Blu-rays and DVD's hanging around. Plus, not everyone has access to a decent internet speed. So streaming is not a choice for them.

On the other hand, physical disc's have a better quality. I'm starting to go away from Disc's, mainly because I have at least a 1000 DVD/Blu-ray's. Which takes up a lot of space, and as they are two deep and pilled on top of each other, I never get around to watching them. Most still in the wrapper.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 10th Feb
alex_uk09/02/2020 19:39

Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - …Does anyone use dvd or blueray players? As I do everything streaming - easy no waste of space for disks and player.


Plenty do.
Yes - I prefer ultra HD 4K discs to streaming as the quality is higher. Streaming services typically offer up to 30Mbps whereas a 4K disc goes up to 100Mbps, often using up to 30Mbps for the Dolby Atmos bitstream alone.
If you’re watching on a small TV from a distance using built-in speakers you may not care but on a good system the difference is significant.

I even use Cinema Paradiso disc-by-post service as they have a large range of 4K Ultra HD Blu Rays including all the major films and box sets. For around £5 you get 2 discs per month going up to £8 for 4 discs per month or £13 for ‘unlimited’ discs per month. You enter a list of discs you want, they post one or two at a time then you return it in a postage paid envelope to get your next one. I’ve never had a faulty disc and the service works really well with fast turnaround via 1st class post. Ironically, this is how Netflix started before moving on to streaming...

Use this link to get a free 30-day Cinema Paradiso trial:

cinemaparadiso.co.uk/friends/rp/t7Vv756WBAI1

To see a list of their 4K films and box sets use the Film Explorer with Media filter set to “4K Blu-Ray”:
cinemaparadiso.co.uk/cat…-w/
Edited by: "CaptainSlog" 10th Feb
Still 79 is mine scanned
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