- HD Compatible
- Integrated Card Reader
- Is HD-Ready
- 3D Compatiblity
Panasonic DMP-BDT320 Integrated Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player
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- Slim Stylish Design
- Smart Eco Sensor
- Slot-in Drive
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Panasonic’s 2012 Blu-ray Disc players focus on smart home networking, high-quality picture and sound, ease-of-use, eco-efficiency, and sleek design. The BDT-320 is a Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc player that features expanded VIERA Connect functionality, FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) compatibility, and superior sound and image quality. The BDT-320 also includes a new touchscreen remote controller and features a Smart Eco sensor to save energy.
Panasonic’s IPTV platform VIERA Connect, now under the Smart VIERA umbrella, has been expanded for 2012 Blu-ray products and now utilizes cloud technology to present an unlimited number of entertainment, social networking, gaming, health & fitness, sports & news sites. Learn more about the world of Smart VIERA and VIERA Connect here.
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24p Output for VOD
The BDT-320 not only plays Blu-ray Discs and DVDs, but also video-on-demand movies content in the same 24p format as used at movie theaters. Connection to a 24p capable TV via an HDMI capable lets you enjoy a wide array of content with full cinematic picture quality. This feature requires a TV that supports 24p playback.*
UniPhier Chip Processor
This Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc player features UniPhier single chip signal processing that eliminates unnecessary wiring, resulting in reducing noise on the picture and sound signal to the absolute minimum. The DVD Super Resolution Processor helps produce natural pictures with no false contours, higher resolution for details, and a reduction in noise.
The entire 2012 line features DLNA for easy connection to other DLNA equipped products. Share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) by simply connecting to a home network (LAN). VIERA Link provides connectivity to other VIERA Link compatible products and NAS compatibility. The BDT-320 has a Wi-Fi system built right into the main unit so you can enjoy VIERA Connect and BD-Live content without having to connect with a LAN cable or wireless LAN adaptor. Players are also compatible with the NTFS format HDD.
Adaptive Chroma Processing
Adaptive Chroma Processing is a high quality image-processing technology developed to precisely process each pixel of Blu-ray Disc video signals in the vertical and horizontal directions to produce extremely high color resolution and beautiful edges.
To personalize the home theater experience, the new multi-user mode on the BDT-320 allows you to register four users and each can record individual favorite settings. You can select a personal icon from 16 pre-installed images, or photos from an external source. You also have the option to customize the home screen with any image you choose. Features like the home screen customization as well as enhancement of VIERA Connect allow you to easily personalize your entertainment experience to fit your lifestyle. Download the exclusive Panasonic app and you’ll also be able to use your iPhone or Android smartphone as a remote control for your BDT-320. The BDT-320 also comes with a new remote control that has a touch pad for intuitive operation and easy navigation through the GUI on the screen.
Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback
The advanced 2D technologies of the Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory have also been applied to 3D image playback, providing high quality images. 2D-3D conversion enables conversion of 2D images on DVDs and Blu-ray Discs into 3D images with natural depth perception. Screen type (flat or round) and frame color are easily selectable. Watch your favorite DVD movie collection in 3D for even greater viewing enjoyment.
Energy Star Qualified
Panasonic is always working to improve its technology, design, and commitment to the environment. Attractive compact designs and energy-saving functions help Panasonic Blu-ray Disc products protect the environment by effectively conserving limited natural resources. All 2012 models are Energy Star Qualified.
2012 Panasonic VIERA Blu-ray Disc Player Comparison Chart
|Series|| DMP-BD77 |
|Wi-Fi Capability || |
|Dolby True HD || || || || || || |
|DTS Master Audio Essential || || || || || || |
|DLNA Capability (via LAN) || || || || || || |
|FLAC Compatibility || || || || || || |
|External HDD Playback || || || || || || |
|Multi-User Mode || || || || || || |
|Fast Booting & Loading || || || || || |
|Energy Star Qualified || || || || || || |
|Full HD Playback || |
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|2D-3D Conversion || || || || || || |
|Adapative Chroma Processing || || || || || || |
|24p Output for VOD || || || || || || |
|Smartphone Function Capability || || || || || || |
|VIERA Connect || || || || || || |
|VIERA Link || || || || || || |
|Skype Communication* || || || || || |
|SD Memory Card Slot || || || || || |
|Touch Pad Remote Control || || || |
|Slot-in Drive || || || || || || |
|Lay-out Free Design || || || |
|Smart Eco Sensor || || || || || || |
|Analog Audio 7.1 Channel Output || || |
|Twin HDMI || || |
|Online Movies/IP VOD || || || || || || |
Top Customer Reviews
if you're looking for excellent disc playback and streaming performance, buy this player.
This is my fourth network streaming BD player in the past 15 months, and it's the only one that seems to do everything right.
Wireless streaming totally works on the BDT320. Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon have not given me any problems. No rebuffers, no freezes, no disconnections. This was my single biggest complaint about the other players I tried (two Samsungs and one LG).
The player's picture quality from discs is excellent, for either Blu Ray or DVD (the DVD picture is surprisingly good, actually).
This thing is fast -- faster than the other three players I had. It's fast to load, and fast to navigate. The menus are clean, polished and responsive. Even the streaming app menu responds quickly, although the Netflix app itself is rather slow.
Build quality is quite good, and the design is very attractive and unique.
There's really only one, and it's minor: the remote uses a touchpad that can be tricky. I applaud the concept, because it's a great way to control the player without having to look at the remote. And it does work...sort of. It's just too inconsistent, sometimes missing gestures, and other times responding incorrectly to gestures. Also, some of the player functions are accessible only through the touchpad using onscreen menus. This means that there's no way to teach these commands to a universal remote, so accessing them will require several button presses instead of one.
All in all, the remote hasn't been an issue.Read more ›
I have just spent the last few hours having fun with my new Panasonic 320 and am excited to replace my Samsung BD-D6500. Good Riddance!
First of all, I have to say I like the remote overall. It seems that this little device seems to generate the only well-founded criticism of this player. It is a little strange to have a remote without a button covering every possible function of the player. After getting over this fact the remote was surprisingly easy to use and setup was a breeze. You can always hit a single button and bring up a virtual keypad onscreen. So even if you don't memorize the swipes you can always cheat by hitting one simple button.
The form factor and look is great! The player is TINY. It's very thin and very shallow. So I had to find a prop to go under the rear legs of a component that rests on top. Also you have to leave the front inch or so on top clear as there are top-mounted buttons. Optimally this player should sit at the top of a component stack. But my other device has a curved surface so...
Setup and initial configuration was simple and easy. This applies to Netflix login too. Again super-easy. I saw another review where someone complained about the lack of alpha keys on the remote and another complaint about network logon/ Netflix login difficulties. I have no idea what these people were doing to make their situation so difficult. Its really not hard. Also the initial software update went smooth, taking about 10 minutes to complete. I had no need for the owners manual throughout my setup process though some might need to reference it.
Netflix loads very quickly and the menu navigation is easy. Also the video quality while streaming is great.Read more ›
The only thing I can see that might be a problem though is the remote. It's not like a regular remote since it has that swipe pad in the center of it. It really limits what you can do since you need to go to different screens within the interface instead of simply clicking a button on the remote. Having to navigate around instead of just having a button to push is going to irritate some people.
UPDATE: Universal remote works fine with this unit, eject works as well so the remote that comes with it gets put in the drawer along with the rest of them.
The setup seemed simple. My plan was to hard wire the internet using a LAN connection and not to the wireless since LAN speeds are faster. After fumbling with the mouse pad remote for a few minutes, I soon realized it is ultra sensitive. Only a slight sweep across the pad works. After following the screen setup instructions everything worked. I didn't even have to mess with the setup for the LAN it was already on and working - at least I that's what I thought.
I connected to the internet by touching the internet button on the remote. By the way, the remote also has a separate NETFLIX button which is quite nice actually. I then setup my existing NETFLIX account without any apparent issues. I then tried the internet and watched a couple of You-Tube videos. Then inserted a Blue-ray movie into the player. The sequence is the same as if you were inserting a DVD into a auto dash unit. The movie started fast - much quicker than my previous Blue-ray unit. I then discovered the remote apparently does not have an eject button. Back to the manual only to discover you must touch an eject button on top of the unit in order to release the Blue-ray disc.
I turned the unit off and a few minutes later decided to test watch a NETFLIX movie. I soon found out NETFLIX's streaming selections are terrible - maybe one out of 20 fairly new DVD releases might be offered. So, if you are considering a NETFLIX streaming account for purely economic reasons you might want to think again. I personally am going back to the mail program and a much better selection of newer movies. Anyway, after I turned the unit back on I could not get my LAN connection to work.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice unit, but has complicated setting selection. I don't have WiFi out here in the country so I have only used the player.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works well! Yea, the pad takes a bit to get used to, but the learning curve is not steep. Once you have it down, it is second nature. Read morePublished 13 months ago by JVII
Excellent quality but the remote control is not the best idea. You take some time to get used to It.Published 14 months ago by Cesar
Had this for a year or two now. I love it, I can also watch Netflix, Hulu Plus and other things on it besides movies. Works great.Published 16 months ago by Darryl F.
great player, had to order n2qayb000719 Panasonic remote gave up trying to work with touch remote after a yearPublished 17 months ago by maxerooo