Region A / Profile BD-Live(2.0)
DVD upscaling: 1080p
HDMI output: 7.1
Analog output: 2.0
Blu-ray / DVD / CD
Blu-ray discs produce exceptionally clear, crisp pictures with extremly vivid colors. Offering resolutions of full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels). The DMP-BD75 is capable of producing Blu-ray imaging up to 1080p/24 (at 24 frames per second). Whem flims are played at their native frame rate, you have get a better cinematic picture, see films the way theu were shot and mastered.
You can enjoy streaming movies,TV shows and other content from CinemaNow, Netflix, VUDU and Napster.
The DMP-BD75 Blu-ray player has one of the best new user interfaces. A stylish and simple menu design is created by using large menu icons and images. Operation and navigation is quick and easy to learn, thanks to its one click button action. All you need do is select the remote cursor onto the menu item you want and it proceeds to the next options.
After turning on 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. Enjoy movies without the stress of all that waiting time with this very fast Blu-ray player.
Connect a DLNA-compatible VIERA and DLNA-compatible Audio/Video equipment, such as your computer, to your home network, and you can access movies, music, and photos from any room in the house. Giving you alternative enterainment options you can access very quickly.
The DMP-BD75 has internal decoding of Dolby and DTS audio codecs including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. These HD formats offer high-resolution multi-channel surround sound that is bit-for-bit the equal of the master recording. Your surround setup will immerse you in a detailed soundtrack when viewing your DVD or Blu-ray films.
The DMP-BD75 blu-ray player is an entry-level blu-ray player from Panasonic. Priced under a hundred dollars, the player provides great features that includes online streaming of Netflix, Cinemanow and Vudu, Fast loading times, USB, a new easy to use GUI, DLNA certification (stream video from your PC) and of course it can playback blu-ray dics at 1080p/24 video resolution. As well as supporting the latest HD audio formats – Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
As an entry-level player it is missing a few features you will find in higher end players, such as on board memory for storage, 3D playback, extra video and audio features and Wi-Fi capabilities. It is also missing Panasonic’s new Skype features as well as many of the other streaming media services found in VIERA CAST.
The DMP-BD75 may be a very basic blu-ray player, but it does these basic features very well. Providing you with excellent video and audio quality on Blu-rays, DVDs, and CDs. It might not have all the bells and whistles of some other players but it does have access to online streaming content that should provide hours of home entertainment. With a price list of $99.99, you should see the DMP-BD75 become one of the more affordable players of 2011. — Price you should look for when purchasing — Under $100.00
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