PANASONIC DMP-BDT330P BLU-RAY PLAYER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||12.7 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 7/8/10, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X 10.X|
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PANASONIC DMP-BDT330P BLU-RAY PLAYER DRIVER
The home page is almost startlingly crisp and minimal by comparison, offering you just five options, pick one of these and you're whisked to the next set of related options.
Advance to the Viera Apps portal and it all goes a bit three-dimensional as you click deeper into the pages of apps. It's logical enough, but the more linear menu system of, say the Sony BDP-Sinvolves less button pushing. The only change on the trusty remote control is a dedicated Netflix button. This is either a great shortcut, or Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player waste of a key, depending on whether or not you have a subscription. It has to be said, the Netflix service is good and well implemented here, but that button used to take you to the whole app selection, now three clicks away. Performance As we have come to expect from Panasonic, Blu-ray playback is as good as you'll get from Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player mid-range machine like this, with 3D content faring especially well.
The lavish extended Blu-ray release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey makes a fine test disc and it unfurls before you in 3D with remarkable depth and detail here. Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player characters are sharply resolved seemingly in front of the screen, the scenery remains equally sharp just behind with no real loss of contrast when compared with the 2D version.
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Black levels are strong and whites appear bright and free from video noise. Some might prefer bolder colours from their Blu-ray, but the Panasonic is actually being realistic in its slightly muted reds and greens. It's also possible to create different user profiles for Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player Panasonic DMP-BDT, though it doesn't seem to stretch much further than choosing a basic wallpaper which can be your own photos, if you like and icon ditto. It's not a patch on the face recognition systems of the latest Panasonic TVs.
Put into the slightly more power-hungry Quick Start mode - which puts it on standby, rather than turning it fully off - the Panasonic DMP-BDT loads and begins to play Blu-rays, DVD and CD discs in 13, 9 and 13 seconds, respectively, though the reading and playback process can sound a bit clunky. Disengage Quick Start and those figures drop Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player 18, 10 and 17 seconds, which aren't very different. Next comes our Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2D test disc, which didn't show up any judder or flicker on its way to pristine, clean high-definition detail and strong colour.
Incidentally, the Panasonic DMP-BDT does have a choice of Normal, Soft, Fine and User picture modes, though if you'd rather tweak some basic sliders for contrast, brightness, sharpness and colour yourself, only User enables you to do this. The results are awesome, with artefacts in DVDs glossed over in a clean and thoroughly detailed way. Poor quality YouTube videos get the same smooth and clean treatment. Verdict Ultra HD upscaling is in and faddy touchpad remotes are out on this impressive Blu-ray player, but its smart TV dimension Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player a tad We liked Blu-ray pictures are dreamily awesome, both from 2D and 3D modes, while DVD upscaling in 24fps mode comes hugely recommended, too.
Navigating the admittedly rather basic structure of the GUI is so easy, and once you realise that apps are stored in Network Services, you've cracked the only sight issue. The UHD upscaling feature adds some future-proofing, though Panasonic DMP-BDT330P Blu-ray Player has little purpose in the here and now, where most TVs aren't yet compatible.
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We disliked The remote is old and lacks a shortcut to the apps grid, while the smart TV interface is last year's look. We miss 's touchpad remote, too, though only slightly.
Final verdict We're not convinced that there are better options if you want to introduce smart stuff to your living room, but this Panasonic Blu-ray player is nevertheless a great all-digital option. Explore the Panasonic DMP-BDT - Players.
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