The Panasonic SC-BT200 is part of the newly announced high-end Blu-ray player line from Panasonic, which was unveiled at the 2009 CES event in Las Vegas. The SC-BT200 is at the lower end of the spectrum being one of two models; the other is the Panasonic SC-BT300. Both models feature 7.1 channel audio, wireless rear speakers, and an integrated iPod device dock for custom media (video, audio, and photos) viewing via a home television. The diaphragm of the front center channel speakers are made out of a unique bamboo fiber which is specifically designed to reproduce crystal clear sound quality at a wide range of frequencies. Smart setup technology allows users to configure their device quickly and easily through the custom GUI displayed on-screen. Both Blu-ray devices offer an optional connection to the internet so that users can experience BD-Live content; the internet connection also allows users to take advantage of the VIERA cast and Amazon Video-On-Demand (VOD) content to provide additional media options. The SC-BT200 Blu-ray device has a total 1,000 watt output; and uses 20% less power when compared to Panasonic's previous Blu-ray models (SC-BT100).
- High end Blu-ray media player
- 7.1 channel audio
- Wireless rear channel speakers
- Integrated iPod device dock with full media playback support (video, audio, photo)
- Bamboo fiber speaker diaphragms; meaning crystal clear audio and sound
- Smart setup technology for easy user configuration
- BD-Live support and ethernet port for internet connection; additional VIERA and Amazon VOD support
- 1,000 watt total output
- Estimated release: Spring 2009
The picture above is actually the SC-BT300 model; both models are nearly identical in physical design.
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