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Panasonic DMP-BD75 Ultra-Fast Booting Blu-ray Disc Player

4.0 out of 5 stars 431 customer reviews
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  • It is Netflix, CinemaNow, Vudu compatible
  • It has ultra-Fast 0.5 sec booting
  • Tray Type CDs
  • Region Code (BD) : A
  • Region Code (DVD) : 1
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model Number: DMP-BD75
  • Color: Black
  • Width: 10.60 inches
  • Item Display Weight: 0.00 pounds

Product Description

Product Description

Panasonic DMP-BD75 Ultra-Fast Booting Blu-Ray Disc Player.A/V Playback Formats: Video: BD-ROM, BD-RE, BD-R, DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL. Audio: CD, CD-R, CD-RW. File Formats Supported: null, MP3, AVCHD, JPEG.

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(March 2011)

Experience original movie quality with the DMP-BD75 Blu-ray Disc Player.

DMP-BD75
New Stylish Interface

A stylish and simple menu design is achieved by using large menu icons and illustrations. Operation is also easier for the Blu-ray disc player, which features a simple menu, thanks to its one-click action, you simply place the remote control cursor onto the menu item that you want to choose, and the menu proceeds smoothly to the next screen. It's easy, even for first-time users.

NETFLIX, CINEMANOW, VUDU Compatible

Enjoy streaming movies, shows, and other content.



Ultra Fast




Ultra Fast Booting Blu-ray Disc Player

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.







Select Specifications

Supported Formats
BD-ROM Playback: BD-Video
BD-RE / BD-RE DL: Version 3, JPEG
BD-R/BD-R DL: Version 2, MKV
DVD Playback: DVD Video
DVD-R/-RW/-R(DL) Playback: DVD Video, DVD-VR, AVCHD, MP3/JPEG (DVD-R/ DVD-R DL,) MKV (DVD-R/ DVD-R DL)
+R/+R(DL)/+RW Playback: Video, AVCHD
CD-R/-RW: CD-DA, MP3, JPEG, MKV
USB: JPEG, MP3, MKV
LAN (Ethernet) Terminal : Yes (for BD-Live and Firmware Update)
Input/Output
HDMI (Output): 1
USB Port: 1 (Front)
Video Out: Yes
Analog Audio Out: 2ch
SD Memory Card Slot: No
Ethernet: Yes (for BD-Live and Firmware Update)
Weight and Dimensions
Dimensions (WxHxD): 16-15/16" x 1-7/16" x 7-1/16"

What's in the Box

Panasonic DMP-BD75, Remote Control With Two AA Batteries, User's Manual


Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Panasonic
Item Weight 3.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 17 x 7.3 x 1.4 inches
Item model number DMP-BD75
Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Color Name Black
Specification Met energy_star, certified frustration-free
Frequency Response Curve 50/60 Hz

Technical Specification

Additional Information

ASIN B004GGK2JI
Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars 431 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #49,935 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#189 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Blu-ray Players & Recorders > Blu-ray Players
Shipping Weight 5.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First Available January 31, 2011

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I just needed a solid Blue Ray DVD player - to play DVDs. I bought this off the shelf at Target for $99, plugged it in and it worked great. I liked the very quick start up from the time you put the disc in until it is playing on the screen. Excellent picture. Super slim and attractive body. Very simple to use. Requires no intelligence to set up or operate. (Don't forget to buy whatever cables you need - none included except the power plug) If you want an easy to use player to watch DVDs this one is a great value for the cost and really does give a beautiful, clear picture.
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I've had this Bd75 for about a month now. When I first received it , I had problems. I mainly got this unit so I could stream Netflix movies, and wanted to have a Blu-ray player to connect to my Panasonic TC-L42U22 1080p LCD TV.
When the player chose to work, I was overwhelmed by the fantastic picture quality of this TV/Blu-ray combo. But, the Bd75 had bugs, and if you're like me, if something doesn't work as it should right out of the box, chances are things are only going to get worse.
I decided that the Bd75 was so good at streaming Netflix movies that I would keep it, bugs and all.
Now for the really good news. I turned the unit on a few days ago, and had a on-screen message that there was a firmware update available. Version 1.19 I let it download. It restarts itself after the download, and since then, NO bugs, freeze-ups, or any other problems.
If this firmware update does its job, then this Bd75 player will be a steal at the $99.00 it sells for.
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I have been waiting for this Blu-ray player since it was announced in January, bought this to use with my Panasonic VIERA TV set. VIERA link is the main reason I bought this -- it's for our exercise room, and my wife hates all the remotes. Great as a basic DVD/blu-ray player. Pop in a DVD, TV turns on, and sets the correct input. Also, one button selection of Netflix works great, and the new Netflix interface includes search. On screen interface is also very nice and easy to use. As will all new players, only has HDMI and composite video connectors, but single HDMI for video and audio is nice and is required for VIERA link.

Only reason for the 4 stars is DLNA (which in not just an issue with this device). Writing this in the hopes of saving at least one person the hours I spent setting this up. First, with my Windows 7 PC, the device was able to see and play the Windows Media Center .wtv files (I have a TV tuner card in my PC), so you can record shows on your PC and watch them on this player in another room. Compatibility with .wtv files was not mentioned in the manual, nor by Panasonic online support. Panasonic support also said that .mkv files would only play via a disk or the usb, but some of my .mkv files on my PC did play using DLNA (for some reason, only the files with an aspect ratio of 1024X576 or higher will play). Decided I needed a media server.

After trying Tversity, Playon, and Serviio, none of which would work with the DMP-BD75, I installed Mezzmo on my PC. Worked like a champ! The player sees all the files on my PC and they play flawlessly over my home network.

Remote will only control TV volume, power, and input, so if you switch to TV, you have to switch remotes.
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Love the price and the silent (fanless) nature of this player. However, after updating to the latest firmware (1.33), unit locks up on a regular basis. No response to any button presses on remote or on the unit itself. Have to unplug it to restart it.

Many others have reported this too. Panasonic are you out there? Your latest firmware has a major bug!
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Panasonic says this player won't support Amazon Video on Demand as it does not have VIERA Cast capability. There is currently no firmware update and they told me they don't expect to add this feature in the future either. It does support Netflix streaming.

I have since returned the DMP-BD75 and purchased a Panasonic DMP-BD65 with VIERA Cast. The DMP-BD65 works great and streams Amazon Video on Demand.
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The picture quality for Blu-ray and DVD is very good, and the boot time is excellent. However, in just a few uses the machine has shown a tendency to lock up and the only way to resolve the issue is to pull the power cord. This has happened while viewing movies, and looking at photos that are stored on my PC.

The Netflix quality is poor. I also have a Roku box that I use for Netflix, and the quality for the Roku far exceeds that of the Panasonic Blu-ray player. Since the quality on the Roku is so much better I don't consider the Blu-ray player as even being an option if I want to watch anything through Netflix.

All things considered it is not a bad Blu-ray player, but the tendency to freeze up makes this a machine that I probably would not recommend.
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First off, I purchased this player to play my old standard DVD collection as an upgrade replacement to an old noisy fading 10 year old Toshiba player. The Panasonic plays standard DVD's, Scratched Library DVD's, My own burned DVD +R and - R's (DVD's I burned on a computer and from a DVD recorder) with no problems, no freezing, or hesitating at all. I did play a Blu-ray (Cars 2) and had 2 Disc versions of the movies to compare. There is a big difference of image quality even on on my 720p 26" Vizio. The Blu-ray quality is spectacular. The player is quiet when playing DVD's and Blu-rays. Only a little expected quiet "clunking" when loading or navigating a disc. This is one of the reasons I opted for this over the LG BD630. Both entry level (around $80) players were highly rated by Consumers Reports but I read reviews that the LG was noisy, and had problems reading burned discs.

I don't have this player connected to an ethernet cable and I know there are problems with it in that respect. So if you don't do the Netflix / Streaming thing this is a good choice. The Panasonic also plays JPEGS on DVD's and CD's and USB Flash Drives. It does load my JPEG's (From a 10 megapixel camera) slowly though. I could never get it to play MP3's on a Flash Drive, but it played MP3's burned to a DVD just fine.

Another interesting point is there is a resume feature on DVD's but not Blu-rays. I've read that Blu-ray Java (BD-J) discs do not let you resume the disc where you left off after you hit stop once (and turn the power off) It's a function of the Blu-ray Disc and not the player! So if you're watching a Blu-ray movie, hit stop to get a snack then press play it'll play from the beginning again.
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