Panasonic DMP-BDT130EB Smart Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player – Black (New for 2013)

July 19, 2013 - Comment

The Panasonic DMPBDT130B combines Blu-ray playback, Intelligent Smart TV and 2D-3D conversion to create a fantastic all round Blu-ray Player, ideal for any home setup. Its 2D-3D conversion allows you to play back all of your favourite 2D Blu-rays or DVDs in near 3D quality, giving new life to your older collection. The comprehensive Viera

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(as of April 20, 2020 6:45 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The Panasonic DMPBDT130B combines Blu-ray playback, Intelligent Smart TV and 2D-3D conversion to create a fantastic all round Blu-ray Player, ideal for any home setup. Its 2D-3D conversion allows you to play back all of your favourite 2D Blu-rays or DVDs in near 3D quality, giving new life to your older collection. The comprehensive Viera Connect platform allows you to access a whole range of different apps without the need for a computer, catch up on your favourite programmes with Apps such as BBC iPlayer or keep up to date with your friends with social networking apps such as Facebook.

Product Features

  • Blu-ray Player
  • 3D Playback
  • DNLA Compatibility
  • Viera Connect

Comments

Trismegistus says:

Cheap but nicey! I got this ‘free’ with my new 50″ Panasonic TV so wasn’t expecting much, but it is absolutely fine as a second system blu-ray player and quite a revelation as a media player too. OK, it has to be a wired connection to my router unless I want to fork out (£47?) for the proprietary Wi-Fi adaptor, but that’s not a great problem for me. Can see all media carrying devices on my network and plays music and video back just fine.

James Crewdson says:

First and second on sent did not work The 3D DVDplayer would not play a 3D DVD throughout, neither would the second one they sent. this is also going back and I will get some other brand that hopefully works. What is going wron with Panasonic?

Mr. D. J. Wilson says:

Good Product so far……………………… but what amazon don’t point out is you need a USB wireless connector for which only the Panasonic one will work and that folks is another £47! How well it works as web browser I haven’t found out yet

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