Panasonic DMP-BD77EB-K Smart Network Blu-ray Player – Black (Old model)

July 30, 2013 - Comment

Smart Network Blu-ray Disc Player. The BD77 is a full-HD 2D Blu-ray player compatible with IP services such as Netflix, YouTube for easy enjoyment of movies and streaming video. DLNA-certified Blu-ray Disc Player is easy to use with your home network. Share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) by

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Smart Network Blu-ray Disc Player. The BD77 is a full-HD 2D Blu-ray player compatible with IP services such as Netflix, YouTube for easy enjoyment of movies and streaming video. DLNA-certified Blu-ray Disc Player is easy to use with your home network. Share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) by simply connecting to a home network (LAN). For example, you can install a special app on your smartphone and use it to access a DLNA-certified PC via a Wi-Fi router in another room. The DIGA recorder and PC work as a DLNA server where your collection of movies, photos and videos is stored. 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. pan3movies

Product Features

  • Blu-ray Player
  • Smart Home Networking
  • USB Playback
  • Dolby TrueHD/DTS-HD Audio

Comments

Mercurybay says:

Superb Blu ray player, compact and fantastic value for money. I’m really impressed with this this Blu ray player and can’t recommend them enough. So much so that I own two of them and purchased another for a family member. I own both this model and last years (2011) DMP-BD75 which you can currently buy on Amazon £10 cheaper. This is my first review on Amazon but I felt compelled to write this as there is currently only a few review for this model (DMP-BD77)and they contain information that is misleading. So I thought it would be helpful to clear a few things up and highlight some of the players good features.This player DOES support BBC iPlayer. A number of earlier reviews were rather upset over the lack of support for BBC iPlayer which I can only assume was added at a later date or they had not updated the firmware on their player. I can confirm BBC iPlayer is working through this player with firmware version 1.33, Oct 2012. As well as BBC iPlayer there is also support for You Tube, Netflix and Acetrax Movies.This player…

D. F. Partridge says:

Good value for money I bought this item from Curry’s PC World for £59 as opposed to £70 on Amazon. It is a simple Blueray: no amplifier nor hard drive, but it still produces a great picture. I didn’t need wireless connection or a 7.1 audio output. I have my Blockbuster Blueray subscription and my Docking station connected to the Panasonic TV for sound. Works great. Happy with the purchase.

Mr. A. Brammer says:

Fantastic slimline blu-ray player I must concur with the positive comments made by Mercurybay.In comparison to my 3 year old player this Panasonic is a revelation, and for the price is icing on the cake.It loads disks quickly enough for me not to bother with fast boot mode, and is quiet in operation.Most importantly it has played EVERY file format I have chucked at it so far, and I have connected my Seagate 1TB Backup Plus Portable Hard Drive which is USB powered and it reads and plays all the video and picture files on there no problem. All folders and files are displayed.I haven’t connected to network yet, but that’s not what I bought it for. I will comment on that later.

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