Released April, 2011
The Pros:Direct playback of high definition MKV files from USB. User interface is stylish, easy to use. Excellent Blu-ray image quality.
The Cons:Requires Windows 7 OS to host DLNA.
The Panasonic DMP-BD755 Blu-ray disc player is a multi-format, high definition video player designed to provide an easy solution for a variety of viewing needs. Capable of providing full 1080p to HD capable televisions via its HDMI output, the DMP-BD755 also plays DVDs and is compatible with a number of streaming video content providers such as Netflix, CinemaNow, and VUDU for both movies and shows.
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A new stylized interface features large menu icons and illustrations providing easy navigation for the non-tech-savvy and quick access to various menu features. The DMP-BD755 also improves both booting and loading times of previous Panasonic models for quicker, less interrupted performance.
- DLNA capable
- USB slot
- 2ch analog audio out
- JPEG, MP3, and MKV playback
- Deep color
- Dolby Digital Plus
- DTS-HD Master Audio Essential
- 100dB dynamic range
User Reviews (4)
Direct playback of high definition MKV files from USB.
User interface is stylish, easy to use.
Excellent Blu-ray image quality.
Onboard decoding for all high-resolution soundtrack formats.
Slim, sleek construction with vibration-reducing feet for uninterrupted playback.
Very easy to use, well laid out remote control.
Fully featured player at a reasonable price.
Requires Windows 7 OS to host DLNA.
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