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The Panasonic DMP-BD35 is a high-end Blu-Ray player; and is designed as the cheaper model of two simultaneous releases.

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fairly inexpensive

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firmware updates through network or SDHC card

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Profile 2.0 support

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Cons

Profile 2.0 is garbage

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Bluray is still too expensive

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no 7.1 analog outputs

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The Panasonic DMP-BD35 is a high-end Blu-Ray player; and is designed as the cheaper model of two simultaneous releases. The BD-35 is just devoid of the superior 7.1 analog audio outputs and enhancements that it's more expensive sister model (Panasonic DMP-BD55) includes. The BD-35 features BD Live 2.0 support, Blu-Ray and DVD playback at full 1080p HD/24fps, and Deep Color and x.v. color support. It also includes an SDHC card port and ethernet port for future firmware upgrades. The BD-35 provides basically the same exact features and design as the BD-55 without the mentioned audio outputs providing Blu-Ray enthiusiasts who don't need the aforementioned outputs with a much cheaper solution. The BD-35 also includes the Panasonic UniPhier processor technology for enhanced video and audio decoding and decreased maximum wattage (20% less wattage than previous models). Internal decoding and bitstream output is also included for Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, and DTS-HD MA support. The release date is set for sometime in October, 2008 with the MSRP price around $299.

 

Features
  • Video
    • Full 1080/24p HD support through Panasonic's UniPhier integrated processor
    • Deep color and x.v. color compatibility
    • Full Bonusview (Profile 1.1.) and BD Live (Profile 2.0) capabilities out of the box
  • Audio
    • Decoding and bitstream support for all advanced audio codecs
    • DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD internally decoded to multi-channel PCM output
  • Slim black design
  • Uses 20% less wattage than earlier models
  • Release Date: Sometime in October, 2008
  • MSRP: $299.95
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