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Panasonic DMPBDT330 4K Upscaling 3D Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Player

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Technical Details
Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 8 x 3 inches
Item model numberDMPBDT330
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack, Silver
Specification MetEnergy Star
Special FeaturesHD Compatible, Integrated Card Reader, 3D Compatiblity
Frequency Response Curve60
  
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ASINB00AYB3OOY
Best Sellers Rank #31,328 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 28, 2013
  
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  • HD Compatible
  • Integrated Card Reader
  • 3D Compatiblity

Product Description



Panasonic DMP-BDT330 Smart Network 3D Blu-ray Player

An Unprecedented Viewing Experience
Panasonic Full HD 3D Blu-ray disc players offer outstanding Full HD picture quality with cutting-edge image processing technology. These slim and stylish bodies are packed with high performance. Simple yet advanced, these designs are built to match virtually any room interior.

Smart connected Panasonic Blu-ray players also allow you connect to a variety of network-connectable devices such as smartphones, tablets, PCs, and NAS (network attached storage), and also allow you to access cloud-based services for the enjoyment of various types of content such as movies, video clips, music, and photos.   

Panasonic DMP-BDT330


Watch 2D Images in 3D

Watch your prized movies in 3D for even greater viewing enjoyment. 2D-3D conversion enables 2D images on DVDs & Blu-ray discs to be displayed in 3D with natural depth perception.

2D-3D conversion

High-Quality Audio Playback

The 2013 players are compatible with a wide variety of formats, which lets them reproduce high-quality sound from audio sources without any degradation in sound quality.  


Audio Playback


Miracast Capability

Miracast function lets you mirror the display of smartphone or tablet content on a TV screen. Easily share content from your personal device with friends and family on the big screen. 

Miracast Capability

Built-in 4K Upscaling

The Panasonic DMP-BDT330 upconverts input signal to an ultra-high quality 4K video signal at 8,840,00 pixels for super clear resolution and rich textural expression. 
 

Built-In 4k Upscaling


Smart TV Made Easy

More fun comes via a cloud service. Smart, connected Panasonic Blu-ray players feature VIERA Connect, a cloud service that provides access to apps for video, music, social networking, games, news, lifestyle, sports, and health/fitness. Popular apps include Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Facebook, Twitter, and huluplus. Panasonic's VIERA Connect platform makes home entertainment more intuitive, more comfortable, and lots more fun. 


Explore Online Entertainment

VIERA Connect offers greater home entertainment convenience, and enjoyment. From sports and video on demand, to gaming and communication, now you can enjoy a wide variety of content with family and friends from the comfort of your living room. 

VIERA Connect
View the Internet on the Large Screen

This Panasonic Blu-ray player is equipped with an Internet browser. The websites you view on your PC, smartphone, or tablet can now be displayed on a large-screen TV for everyone in the room to share.  

Web Browser

Smart Home Networking

This product is DLNA-certified and 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 network LAN.  

DLNA

Easily enjoy stored content

2013 players are now compatible with NTFS (NT File System) format external hard disk drives, so you can enjoy music, photos, and camcorder video content archived on an external HDD. 

External HDD Playback
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     Technical Details

    Key Features: 4K upscaling, VIERA Connect (requires broadband Internet), FLAC compatability, Miracast, web browser, DLNA, Full HD 3D
    Eco-Friendly Features: Energy Star qualified, low power consumption
    What's in the Box: 2013 Blu-ray disc player, user manual, remote
 

2013 Panasonic VIERA Blu-ray Disc Player Comparison Chart

Series DMP-BD79
Full HD Playback
Full HD 3D
Full HD 3D
Full HD 3D
Full HD 3D
Full HD
Full HD
Energy Star Qualified
Wi-Fi Capability
Built-in Wi-Fi
Built-in Wi-Fi
Built-in Wi-Fi
Built-in Wi-Fi
Built-in Wi-Fi
Wireless LAN Capable*
VIERA Connect
Online Movies/IP VOD
Online Movies/IP VOD
Fast Booting & Loading
Ultra
Ultra
Multi-User Mode
High Quality Network Audio Playback
(MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, WAV)
(MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, WAV)
(MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, WAV)
(MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, WAV)
(MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, WAV)
Dolby True HD
2D-3D Conversion


DLNA (DMP/DMR) Function
External HDD Playback
Adaptive Chroma Processing


Miracast Function Capability




SD Memory Slot


Compact Main Unit



Prismatic Cut Form Design


Smartphone Remote Control Capability**



Web Browser



Twin HDMI

Analog Audio 7.1 Channel Output





Built-in 4K Upscaling
*Requires optional wireless adapter
**Does not include smartphone device

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The DVD picture quality is very good as well.
scesq
Setup was easy, Netflix works great with no freeze ups, and the picture quality is amazing.
Ben Michael Goodwin
If this will be Panasonic's course, I will consider another brand next time.
J. Robb

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158 of 164 people found the following review helpful By J. Robb on September 9, 2013
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In fairness I purchased this player to play DVDs and Blu-Ray, and thats all. It performs this function well. It comes with a ton of other features that are the same as the TVs, and if you have a Panasonic TV, you will never use the ones on the player. The TVs apps are much better anyways. What has me annoyed is the use of featured advertisements throughout their software. The one that pops up when you start the player can be disabled, but not the ones that pop up when using the internet functions. For a piece of hardware that I payed for, there is absolutely no reason to have ads. None. If this will be Panasonic's course, I will consider another brand next time.
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72 of 78 people found the following review helpful By terpfan1980 VINE VOICE on June 1, 2013
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Several years ago (it's hard to believe it has been that long ago, really, but 2009 is several years ago now), I bought a Panasonic BD player (DMP-BD60). Besides wanting the ability to play Blu-ray discs on that player, I had gotten that particular player because it also offered the ability to stream content from Amazon (along with a few other network apps that it supported).

That older player was getting long in the tooth and showing its age with a lack of some key network apps that I would like to have had available, among them one for streaming UV content from the nice little library that I've built up at Vudu.

This player offers the ability to stream content from Amazon, as well as Netflix, Vudu, YouTube, hulu+ and others such as CinemaNow. Throw in, on top of all of that, the ability to browse the web directly on this player with it's own Web Browser application and you actually get a pretty nice little player that does a pretty nice job of offering everything you might need in your own media center.

Others would certainly look for the ability to access shared content from their own file servers, as well as the ability to play back content from memory cards and Flash Drives, and yes, this does that as well. It may not play all of the formats that could possibly be thrown at it, or, it might require updated firmware before it is able to play the formats you might want to use, but it is plenty versatile and well enough featured to sit firmly in the 4 star territory for purposes of this review.

Likes:
* Short and shallow (some would say sleek) design.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Chris D. VINE VOICE on July 5, 2013
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I got both the Panasonic DMPBDT330 and the DMPBDT230 Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Players for two different rooms. Except for a difference in appearance, these two players are functionally the same except for a two slight differences. The DMPBT330 has an extra HDMI jack to for a connection to an audio receiver to allow for 7.1 audio through the HDMI cable, and the ability to up convert the picture to 4K UHD - or Ultra High Definition - The latest in TV technology at 3,840 X 2,160p. If you don't have 4K UHD yet (I don't), don't worry, the DMPBDT330 will still play HD and SD formats. For those who may be thinking ahead, it is nice to know that this player can handle the next jump in HD.

Panasonic has copied Sony or visa versa for the design of the DMP-BDT330 by making the player shaped like a trapezoid. This is called "Prismatic Cut Form Design". I'm still on the fence whether I like that, or prefer the common rectangular box. I guess it is somewhat futuristic? In any event it is made of a metallic silver finish, similar to the fake "stainless" finish like you might find a refrigerator. The whole front of unit is a slightly mirrored drop down door where you can plug in a USB drive or an SD card or access the play or stop buttons. Depending on the viewing angle the front looks black or mirror-like, but the display is easily visible. There is also a blue LED in middle that lights up when the power is on (this can be turned off in settings). On the top front right are eject, and power buttons from left to right. All of the rest of the controls are on the easy to use, easy to hold remote. One caveat about the "TV" function on the remote - it only controls Panasonic TV's and is not programmable to other brands.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Nicole Klupenger on October 23, 2013
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I chose two stars because of how quickly the wireless adapter failed. The player is a very nice looking. The front flip cover is flimsy but adequate. Its overall appearance looks very nice up close though. It has a long warm-up cycle when you first turn it on but loads dvds very quickly. The remote is also nice and has its own "Netflix" named button and the player plays Netflix nicely. HOWEVER, I had this machine less than two weeks and the wireless adapter went out. Customer service was not to shabby. They were relatively quick and knowledgeable. Again, however, another thing that irks me is you have to pay the shipping to get the darn thing fixed. So, it is overall a nice player but has some issues. At least mine did. We will see how long it lasts when I get the player back. It will be gone for about 3 weeks. No blu-ray or netflix for 3 whole weeks! :) It has now been gone for repair longer than I have been able to use it.
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