Released August, 2010
The Pros:Small form-factor - speakers are small enough to fit just about anywhere. Future-proof - supports HDMI 1.4a for 3D technology. Produces balanced, focused and smooth sound.
The Cons:Poor video file support - only plays a small handful of formats. Built-in apps tend to operate slowly. Blu-ray player lacks internal storage - additional SD Card purchase required.
The Panasonic SC-BTT350 is a mid-cost full HD 3D Blu-Ray home theater system. In promotion, Panasonic emphasizes the fact that this home theater system has 2D image technology applied to its 3D technology, so that the images are especially high quality, approaching the quality of original film.
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The PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus feature processes each pixel of the Blu-Ray disc video signal vertically. This produces color data twice as accurate as conventional systems. The Audio Return Channel of the SC-BTT350 allows this home theater system to receive audio signals directly from the TV, eliminating the need for an audio cable between TV and system. The VIERA cast feature of this home theater system allows you to enjoy online content, such as YouTube and Netflix, on the big screen. Though they have most of the same specs, the Panasonic SC-BTT350 lacks the pure direct sound speaker of the higher end SC-BTT750 full HD 3D Blu-Ray home theater system.
- Applied 2D technology
- PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
- Audio Return Channel
- VIERA cast
- iPod/Phone playback
- VIERA link
- Energy Saving mode
- 5.1 channel speakers (1000w total power)
- AV remote control
- Wireless LAN
- DVD Video
- Front: 125W x 2
- Center: 250W
- Surround: 125W x 2
- Subwoofer: 250W
- Center focus
- Whisper mode
- DTS decoder
- 1 HDMI out
- SD memory card slot
- 1 audio input
- 30 FM radio presets
- Cinema surround
User Reviews (4)
small form-factor - speakers are small enough to fit just about anywhere
future-proof - supports HDMI 1.4a for 3D technology
produces balanced, focused and smooth sound
Solid disc tray, not flimsy or easy to break.
Easy to update with connected lan cable
Five star rating in What Hifi
Adio return channel via HDMI
poor video file support - only plays a small handful of formats
built-in apps tend to operate slowly
Blu-ray player lacks internal storage - additional SD Card purchase required
BD-Live streaming video content will crash if your SD Card isn't fast enough
iPod dock is inconveniently located - adds about 10cm to the unit's height when in use
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