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Panasonic unveils its 2015 Blu-ray players

23 Feb 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic is still a big believer in Blu-ray and has announced a new line-up of players for 2015. However, company is still not ready to announce details regarding its first Ultra HD Blu-ray players.

2015 Panasonic Blu-ray players

There are no big surprises in the new line-up. Panasonic has not announced more details about its first Ultra HD Blu-ray player. Instead, Panasonic will launch conventional HD Blu-ray players with smart features on top.

Panasonic BDT370


The existing DMP-BDT700 and DMP-BDT460 will carry over into 2015, and Panasonic is adding new cheaper models with BDT370, BDT270, BDT170, BDT165 and BD83. Curiously, there is no Firefox OS options so if you want Panasonic’s new TV platform you need to buy one of the new TVs.

Some of the highlights in the new line-up include support for 4K photos, 4K upscaling, Miracast that allows you to mirror your phone onto the TV, and streaming apps. 3D is supported by all models, except the cheapest player.

Panasonic BDT270


The new Blu-ray players will be available by spring 2015, but availability will depend on your region. Prices have not been announced.

Specifications in Panasonic’s own words are available below.

DMP-BDT370 Specs
  • Available in silver or black
  • Built-in 4K Up-scaling
  • 4K JPEG playback
  • FULL HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback
  • 2D-3D conversion
  • Video on Demand in HD Quality
  • High Quality Network Audio Playback (e.g. for FLAC)
  • Access to a wide variety of online content and apps
  • DNLA and Miracast
  • Web Browser
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • HDMI CEC

    DMP-BDT270 Specs
  • Available in black
  • Built-in 4K Up-scaling
  • FULL HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback
  • High Quality Network Audio Playback (e.g. for FLAC)
  • Access to a wide variety of online content and apps
  • DNLA and Miracast
  • Web Browser
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • HDMI CEC

    DMP-BDT170 Specs
  • Available in black
  • Built-in 4K Up-scaling
  • FULL HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback
  • High Quality Network Audio Playback (e.g. for FLAC)
  • Access to a wide variety of online content and apps
  • DNLA
  • Web Browser
  • HDMI CEC

    DMP-BDT165 Specs
  • FULL HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback
  • Video on Demand in HD Quality
  • High Quality Network Audio Playback (e.g. for FLAC)
  • Access to online content and apps
  • External HDD playback
  • HDMI CEC

    DMP-BD83 Specs
  • Video on Demand in HD Quality
  • High Quality Network Audio Playback (e.g. for FLAC)
  • Access to online content and apps
  • External HDD playback
  • HDMI CEC



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