Panasonic DMR-BWT735EB Smart Blu-ray Disc Recorder with 1TB HDD and Twin Freeview+ HD Tuners (New for 2013)

August 10, 2013 - Comment

The Panasonic DMRBWT735EB combines a brilliant 3D Blu-Ray player, Smart TV and a Freeview HD recorder to create the perfect device for any home setup. Its Blu-Ray player allows you to enjoy your favourite HD movies in stunning clarity, brining your movies to life; you can even plug it directly into a 3DTV and play

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The Panasonic DMRBWT735EB combines a brilliant 3D Blu-Ray player, Smart TV and a Freeview HD recorder to create the perfect device for any home setup. Its Blu-Ray player allows you to enjoy your favourite HD movies in stunning clarity, brining your movies to life; you can even plug it directly into a 3DTV and play back your 3D movie collection. Dual Freeview HD Tuners give you access to a selection of HD quality channels free of charge without any need for a subscription while its Twin tuner arrangement means you can record one channel and watch another as well as being able to pause live TV. A 1TB hard drive gives you all the space you need to store your recordings, Letting you record up to 250 hours of HD programming. The DMRBWT735EB also features Panasonic’s SmartViera internet platform. Simply connect to your home network using integrated Wi-Fi and access a whole host of applications, anything from on demand apps like BBC iPlayer to social networking like Facebook & Twitter.

Product Features

  • Blu-Ray & Hard Drive Recorder
  • 1TB Capacity
  • 3D Playback
  • Smart TV

Comments

Brian Lee says:

Quicksilver! The legend continues … Just got my new Panasonic BWT735 today – 24th May.Wow – that was fast – it was only supposed to arrive on 10th June!Well done Amazon – as usual!First impressions – unlike my BW780, BWT700 and BWT720 and all my other AV kit – it’s not black – it’s silver!Now I’m not actually a fan of silver kit – I prefer black, however as it is to be placed underneath an existing (black) BWT720 it’s not a problem as the opening front is tinted black. I know I’m nit-picking already but some people may like to know these things.Another apparent problem on first switch-on was that it couldn’t seem to update the programme guide programme name and descriptions after running through the tuning process. I may have confused it by running the tuning update twice, having noticed that it was getting poor signal quality values (4-6 instead of 9-10) being listed on the first run through and powered it off mid-process. The poor quality values were caused by an…

TF says:

A highly versatile HDD/DVD Recorder with Outstanding Performance This top-of-the-range machine is festooned with capabilities which some may find a bit daunting.Nevertheless, I can wholeheartedly recommend this unit because it’s basic performance is exceptionally good, never mind the party tricks. It has twin tuners which allow simultaneous recording from one channel while watching another. I have a weak aerial signal but the quality of signal on this machine is higher than I was originally getting with the aerial plugged directly into the TV (also a Panasonic) so image quality is very good. The recorded image is just as good as the original.The Electronic Programme Guide is intuitive and is easy to use. This model and the previous DMR 720 generation have a smallish font with coloured graphics which require quite good eye-sight to programme from a distance on my system, compared with earlier Panasonics where the EPG was more easy to read, but not as pretty. In fact the DMR 735 is very much an evolution of the DMR 720,…

Enthusiast says:

A stunning machine! I’ve been very happy with my Freesat Panasonic blu-ray recorder, now sadly unavailable; so when the time came to junk the two older recorders and buy another, this was clearly the one to get…So how does it compare with the Freesat box?Generally, it’s pretty similar, with some STUNNING differences. Program guide is greatly improved – it’s now possible to see a description AFTER a program’s been recorded, and screen layout is much better. Moving between screens/options seems faster, the terabyte of storage is great; 3D playback is possible, wi-fi is built-in – overall this seems a really worthwhile upgrade.And the STUNNING bit?The built-in wi-fi allows you to communicate remotely, via a neat Panasonic app. for iPhone or iPad… this means you can set up recordings remotely, and even watch recorded programmes on your iPad! Lying in bed this morning I spotted a couple of programmes in the tv listings, and – without getting up! – set them…

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