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Panasonic Smart Network 4K Upscaling 3D Blu-Ray Disc & Streaming Player DMP-BDT270 (Silver), WiFi, Miracast
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- Up-convert Blu-ray to 4K Ultra HD equivalent, convert 2D to 3D
- Enjoy sports, games and multi-media via built-in WiFi
- Easily view your smartphone/tablet content with Miracast
- Directly access content stored on external hard disk drives
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Panasonic DMP-BDT270 Smart Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player
The DMP-BDT270 3D Blu-ray Disc Player from Panasonic puts a dazzling array of entertainment options at your fingertips while features like built-in 4K upscaling deliver a cinema-like experience at home.
Directly access your favorite content stored on external hard disk drives without a go-between PC or enjoy your favorite streaming online content with the built-in Internet apps. The Miracast feature lets you view content from your smartphone or tablet on your TV—even without Wifi access.
Built-in 4K Upscaling for Superb Picture Quality*
4K upscaling boosts the already superb picture quality of your favorite Blu-ray movies to an entirely new level. A powerful processor not only analyzes and adjusts luminance and color but also adds millions of extra pixels. boosting clarity, detail and sharpness. The result is a home viewing experience virtually equivalent to Ultra HD digital cinema.
*4K Upscaling requires a 4K/UHD TV.
External HDD Playback Through USB*
Easily and directly access content stored on external hard disk drives and without the need for an intermediary PC. Enjoy your favorite music, photos or video files in a variety of formats, including high-resolution audio and 4K JPEG.
*External HDD Playback works with maximum 2TB drives that store data using the NT File System (NTFS) and FAT32 formats.
Enjoy a World of Online Content with Internet Apps*
The DMC-BDT270 Blu-ray Disc Player lets you easily access a wide variety of sports, music and other Internet multi-media content and streaming services.
*Apps and accessories may vary depending on country. Some services may not be available.
Share Content from your Smartphone or Tablet on your TV
The Miracast feature uses WiFi Direct technology to let you 'mirror' your smartphone or tablet screen to your TV. So you can share photos and videos from your portable device on your TV screen—even without a WiFi access point in your home.
Super Multi-format Playback
Flexible entertainment options are yours with high-quality playback of your favorite music, photo and video multimedia—from Xvid to MKV to MP4. Or, stream high-resolution audio files over your wireless home network with sound quality that rivals the detail, range and clarity of original studio recordings, far surpassing that of a normal music CD.
- Brand Name: Panasonic
- Model Number: DMP-BDT270
- Color: silver
- Width: 13.00 inches
- Display Height: 2.00 inches
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The DMP-BDT270 3D Blu-ray Disc Player from Panasonic puts a dazzling array of entertainment options at your fingertips while features like built-in 4K upscaling deliver a cinema-like experience at home. Directly access your favorite content stored on external hard disk drives without a go-between PC or enjoy your favorite streaming online content with the built-in Internet apps. The Miracast feature lets you view content from your smartphone or tablet on your TV—even without Wifi access.
Top Customer Reviews
*For quick reference since Amazon chose not to give much at all of a description of the product they're selling, here is the Panasonic page that describes this player and its features in full detail.
After receiving the player, I hooked it up, and it worked perfectly right from the start. Found my WiFi network without any problems. I entered the security password information and it was connected to my WiFi network and my Internet connection in seconds. Even configured itself with connecting to my other devices and PCs on my network also without any problems. I did not have to enter any network address configurations or anything except for the router/network access password. I was able to instantly see the pictures and videos on my shared PCs on my home network.
I use this for my Netflix streaming and it works great with no problems at all. And there is no lag time between the apps selection under the Internet portion of the player, but that might be because I'm using this on a fairly high-speed 10/2 broadband connection.
I've also used several of the other Internet apps on the player, and they all worked great as well.
The Pros of this player is that it worked perfectly right out of the box, and it was a snap to setup, connect to the Internet through my WiFi network, and very easy to tell it to automatically download and update the firmware. This can also be done by downloading the firmware file from a computer and putting it on a CD-ROM or a flash drive, and then inserting that into the player, and the player will then see it, and automatically update the firmware.
The only Cons of this player, if one at all, would be that it lacks a second HDMI or Component HD connection on the back of the player, but for me, that wasn't a problem, as I connected this player, using the HDMI connection, directly to my HDTV. It does offer also an optical digital audio out connection, which I have connected to my Sony 7.1 Home Theater System, and it works perfectly. Blu-Ray movies look and sound GREAT!!
ALL IN ALL, I think this is a terrific WiFi Player from Panasonic and I think anyone would be very satisfied with this player. I know I am. And doing a lot of research before I purchased this did help in picking a very good player. I think it's the best WiFi Blu-Ray player in its price category.
One last suggestion though, is to purchase a color calibration DVD, which is available on Amazon, to calibrate or re-calibrate your TV using the Blu-ray Player. This will assure you that your television is set correctly, for not only color, but also for hue, brightness and contrast as well.
As I write this, the player will connect to the network but can't connect to Netflix and then the player freezes up. I have to turn it off, which takes a good 2-3 minutes of "Please Wait" before it actually turns off. This experience reminds me of a Samsung BD player I had a couples years back. It did a firmware update and it wouldn't play DVD's from certain movie studios. It took them months to get it fixed. Don't manufacturers know that there is a ton of competition for electronics and that it is really easy to get pissed and never buy their products again? I won't be buying a Samsung anytime soon. I don't want to write off Panasonic just yet. Fix your firmware!! While I have to soapbox out, Why can't BD players figure out this streaming thing? Netflix works everytime on the Wii and my iphone and my laptop and my Kindle Fire, etc.