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.
Using DLNA technology, Blu-ray Disc™ players can access files on a DLNA server-compliant PC* or high definition recorders (DIGA). By simply connecting to a home network (LAN), you can enjoy AVCHD, WMV, DivX, JPEG, MP3 and WMA on your PC or AVCHD files, recorded programmes and JPEG on your DIGA. * Requires Windows 7 Operating System. The playability may depend on the PC performance. * The recorder requires wired connection to wireless LAN router.
You can enjoy photos, movies and music archived on a USB memory device or external hard disk drive. * Compatible only with FAT 32 file systems. Playback is not possible with some external hard disk drives.
These new models are more compact than Panasonic 2010 models, with a height that’s 14mm* lower for the Blu-ray Disc™ players, and a depth that’s 20mm* shorter for the Blu-ray Disc™ players. The reduced height allows the player and the main unit to fit into slim and stylish AV racks. The carton box volume for Blu-ray Disc™ players is also reduced by 50%* to raise transportation efficiency and help reduce CO2 emissions. * Compared with the DMP-BD65 2010 model.
1080p up-conversion function converts standard definition (720 × 480 pixels) images from DVD sources to high definition (1920 × 1080pixels) images. These up-converted signals draw out the maximum performance of an HDMI compatible1080p