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The Panasonic DMP-BD65 is a Blu-ray player set for release in Spring 2010.

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Pros

low profile, takes up very little cabinet space

3 agree

upscaling is well rendered, creates detailed near-HD video with DVD content

3 agree

looks sleek, not cluttered with a lot of panel buttons that you'll never use

2 agree

great image quality

2 agree

firmware update is automatically detected when connected to the Internet, installs itself with very little hassle

2 agree

runs quietly, can't hear the internal mechanisms at work

2 agree

remote is easy to figure out without instruction, feels comfortable to use

1 agrees

Great sound quality.

1 agrees

fairly fast disk loading

1 agrees
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Cons

no built-in WiFi - adapter sold separately, but very expensive at $100

3 agree

some conspicuous missing services in online services - no Pandora, VUDU, Blockbuster Online

3 agree

lacks DLNA support

3 agree

messy remote control design

2 agree

no onboard memory, which matters since BD Live requires it, will need to add USB memory stick or SD card

2 agree

fairly high price at launch

1 agrees

lacks 7.1 channel analog outputs for use with older receivers

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Panasonic DMP-BD65 is a Blu-ray player set for release in Spring 2010. This player is in the middle of the line in terms of features and functionality out of the upcoming Blu-ray players from Panasonic. As the foundation of the system, the player has full 1080p functionality as well as an up-converter that upgrades 480/720p quality closer to 1080p. In addition to Blu-ray input, the player is also capable of displaying movies with an online connection from such services as Netflix and Amazon Video on Demand without connecting to another system or computer. The DMP-BD65 comes wireless capable but the wireless adaptor must be purchased seperately; an e-net connection is also available. PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus technology is also featured with the player that creates clear, vibrant pictures as close as possible to the original film.

Specifications and Features
  • dimensions: TBA
  • display: 1080p
  • up-converter: 480/720p to 1080p
  • audio: 7.1 compatible
  • SD Card included
  • PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
  • P4HD technology
  • wireless capable; e-net socket
  • video display from online sources; Netflix, Youtube
  • includes USB port
Post Review
Dan
04/16/2011 10:06

I have the wireless adapter. I get a pass,fail,fail

Dan
04/16/2011 10:05

Im tring to connect my panasonic dmp-bd65 to router so i can get Netflix

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