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Panasonic DMP-BD10AK 1080p Blu-Ray Disc Player

3.3 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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  • 5 titles in the box: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Transporter, Fantastic Four and Crash
  • Advanced Pixel Processor
  • HDMI 1080P upconvert for all DVD
  • 7.1 Channel Audio
  • 297MHz/14-bit Video DAC
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model Number: DMP-BD10AK
  • Parental Lock: Y
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year parts and labor

Product Description

Blu-ray-DVD-CD Player, 1080P HDMI

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Technical Details

Brand Name Panasonic
Item Weight 10.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.1 x 16.9 x 3.3 inches
Item model number DMP-BD10AK
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Name Black

Additional Information

ASIN B000S6MD6K
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3.3 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #636 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Blu-ray Players & Recorders > Blu-ray Players
Shipping Weight 15 pounds
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Date First Available June 20, 2007

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This player will start the movie from where you stopped it or even if you power it off unlike other players where if you press stop or power off will go back to the very beginning. Excellent picture and menu controls. Comes with 5 Blu-Ray Discs in the box and you also can mail a rebate form in for 5 more discs.
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I'm quite pleased with the Panasonic DMP-BD10AK. That said, if you're now in the market for a high-end Panasonic Blu-ray player, I suggest you wait for the just-announced Panasonic DMP-BD50. The BD10AK is discontinued and it's replacement seems to be the DMP-BD50. The DMP-BD30 looks nice on paper but it seems to be targeting a lower price point (ie. fewer features).

I went with the BD10AK because I needed the analog decoding built into the player as I have an older AVR that cannot decode the new higher definition audio formats. With the BD50 now announced, it is best to get that instead.
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I ordered a DMP-BD10AK, and Amazon's selling partner (not mentioned in description) shipped a DMP-BD10APPK. In an e-mail exchange, their partner has implied that it is the same unit and that "The manufacturer's box adds the PP to the SKU for internal inventorypurposes". In any case, after the first disk played locked up ten minutes in, I upgraded the firmware from v2.4 to v2.5 using Panasonic's download service. Note that the downloaded file is a PC ".exe" file, so Mac users might want to use a cross-platform helping application to decompress the firmware update prior to burning it to CD. No problems since the firmware upgrade. (By the way, the process was easy and painless.)

Performance: The picture is excellent, as is the sound. The quality varies according to input. For instance, I had hoped "Planet Earth" would display without the blurring motion artifacts that were seen on the cable broadcast, but no, the compression artifacts were still there; "Flags of Our Fathers" was crisp (albeit with lots of video gimmickry). DVD-processing is very good, and my one Superbit DVD, "Lawrence of Arabia" is even "gorgeous-er". The unit upconverts DVD content to 1080p quite well: you'll be saying "No lines! No lines!".

Audio seemed stunning, even though I'm using 5.1 right now and not 7.1. It SEEMS clearer with a better S/N ratio. No instruments, just my well-tuned ears.

Operability: (meh) I'd like the setup button more easily-available, and like reviewers in other media have noted, it's sort of a pain not being able to get a jump on disk load/eject from your chair. That button is on the player itself.

Overall: This player seems very, very good. It will show the best material spectacularly. And I can see all the blemishes, since I'm watching 1080p on a very large front-projected screen. There don't seem to be many blemishes, though.

Buy one.
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We decided not to wait for the HD wars to settle and jumped for BluRay. I figure that I can buy a player for each format for less than a combo player.

This Panasonic player seemed to be in the top-three for performance at a ressonable price. It is a new design. Since we were going with a Panasonic display (58" Plasma), I opted for the Panasonic player. This was a good decision. Panasonic has integrated the control between the DVD and the monitor to provide one-button simplicity. Press play, the TV powers up, the proper HDMI is selected, the movie starts. Simple.

More important than simplicity is the picture. We had just updated from a Samsung 42" LCD on Dish Satellite with an upconverting DVD player. We thought that was good. When we converted to Plasma and DirecTV, we got a much better picture along with many more HDTV channels. The picture went to beautiful.

I didn't think I could see an improvement over DirecTv. But with this player, the system is simply awesome. The picture is vivid and fast. The sound, processed by an Onkyo 805 7.1 Receiver is far better than sound from DirecTV.

The player came with about $150 worth of action videos. (Pirates, Fanatic 4, etc.) That was enought to get me to buy a few more. Mainly we use NetFlix, but I want to have some owned content to showoff the system.

Don't wait on high def DVDs - jump it - the technology is great.
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I've been a die-hard Sony supporter, but after blindly buying the Sony BDP-S300, watching it take several minutes to boot up, and load a movie, lock-up several times, which requires that you shut it down, and go thru the painful process of re-booting, I decided it was time to check out the competition.

I did some research, got on the A/V forums, and the Panasonic DMP-BD10AK came out on top. It is by far the best player for the money. Boot-up, and loading a movie takes less than a minute, and so far it has yet to lock-up. The controls are not at sleek and smooth as the Sony, but they work nicely without a hitch.

Another perk at the time was the 5 free discs that come in the box, plus the 5 free by mail. One of the free discs in the box is Pirates of the Carribean, #2. I never had the opportunity to play this on the Sony, but I read that quite a few people had problems even getting this one to play on the it. The Panasonic plays it smoothly.

Anothe nice perk is being able to up-date the firmware. That is a definite must in my book. The process is relatively simple, and painless.

All in all, if anyone is looking for a somewhat affordable High Def player this is the one I recommend without reservation. I am very pleased with it's performance.
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