It feels like only yesterday that we were lavishing praise on the Profile 1. Colour and Viera Link. It uses a function that colour compensates every single pixel in the picture to create a crisper and more vivid palette. Furthermore, the unit can output p Blu-ray pictures from the HDMI port at 24 frames-per-second, which should result in judder-free movement on 24fps-capable displays. It also supports DivX and MP3 files. Discs load quickly, complex menus are handled with ease and the onscreen menus dart from option to option with Usain Bolt style quickness.
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Design The first thing that struck us was how much it looked like a DVD player. This is a massive compliment because until now, Blu-ray players have been the size of trucks and five times heavier. The Panasonic is a normal size, while offering all of the profile 2 functionality we would have hoped for. Physically, the BD35 has quite a shallow design, too -- its depth is probably a third less than other players, meaning it feels very light.
Play, Stop, Fast-forward -- all the classics are here, waiting for you to caresses them with your over-excited digits.
Shame on you, Panasonic! At the back of the machine is a veritable treat for cables. The profile system is a joke and all involved should be thoroughly ashamed of the whole thing.
The Panasonic is a profile 2 player, which means it has both Bonus View and BD Live, which are respectively the components that allow players to decode secondary video streams and go online for extra content. This addition means that the BD35 is now a very nicely rounded player with as much functionality as you could possibly hope for from a Blu-ray player.
Panasonic DMP-BD35 Blu-ray Disc Player overview
Panasonic DMP-BD35 Manuals