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At CES 2011 most manufacturers updated their HTIB lines, including Sony, LG, Samsung, and Panasonic. Panasonic may have made the most changes in their lineup, including adding integrated wireless, HDMI in, standby pass through, and other features, but it still looks like no DLNA. See press release below:


LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasonic, a leader in Full HD 3D technology, today unveiled new Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc home theater systems which employ advanced technologies to reproduce immersive 3D with superb picture quality, cinema-like surround sound and boast built-in WiFi, Universal Dock for iPod®/iPhone® and Skype(1) compatibility and 3D Effect Controller.

The new models, SC-BTT770, SC-BTT370 and SC-BTT270 deliver advanced sound quality that complements the dynamic 3D images. Based on the concept of reproducing an ideal cinema-like surround sound environment, Panasonic's proprietary technology, called Cinema Surround Plus, compensates for the lack of a surround effect to provide natural smooth surround sound and offers an enhanced surround effect from above and around.

Equipped with Panasonic's renowned Full HD 3D Playback, the new systems not only deliver powerful 3D images with dramatic effects, enhanced depth, luster and texture, but allow the user to tailor the image display as desired. The 3D Effect Controller adjusts the amount of the depth effect for more expansive images and enables the viewer to enjoy 3D movies with exactly the preferred level of 3D effects.

For space-saving elegance, the sleek, ultra slim main component measures only a mere 1.5 inches high. The systems are designed to ideally match a flat panel display. They are easy to install, and with the rear wireless speakers included on the SC-BTT770 and available on the SC-BTT370, there is no need for unsightly wires across the room.

The top two models SC-BTT770 and SC-BTT370 feature VIERA CAST with Skype a new function which allows users to connect with friends and family around the world on any compatible TV. And when they are not home, a convenient Auto Answering Video Message feature answers incoming calls and records video voicemail messages.

Models SC-BTT770 and SC-BTT370 include a down-firing subwoofer, which achieves powerful bass by releasing the sound downward from the speaker unit and port and utilizes the sound reflected from the floor. These models are equipped with one HDMI output and two HDMI inputs with Standby Pass through for HD and 3D gaming and set-top box connections. Since they feature a Standby Pass Through function, signals from the connected devices can pass through the unit even when the home theater system is turned off.

All of the home theater systems feature Audio Return Channel (ARC*), which makes it possible to receive audio signals from the TV, on top of the preexisting HDMI function of sending audio/video signals to the TV with just one cable. This feature simplifies connection by eliminating the audio cable connection between the TV audio output and the main unit's audio input.

All of the new systems feature a Universal Dock for iPod/iPhone** which employs a digital connection to minimize sound degradation. This lets the user play music and video downloads and enjoy high quality sound from an iPod/iPhone.

The new models boast improved easy-to-use features, such as an internal wireless LAN system so IP content, such as VIERA CAST(2) and BD-Live, can be enjoyed without having a LAN cable*** connection. VIERA CAST has been further enhanced with CinemaNow and Vudu, allowing viewers to stream movies. Other content can also be accessed from the special VIERA CAST screen to check weather, stocks and other information.
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Hmmm two hdmi in's!!!

Does this mean the panny HTIB's can now decode HD audio from an external device?

The whole DTS issue with the optical interface with current panny htib's kills me
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I've read these models might hit stores in February, so hopefully we'll soon know. Stores are blowing old models out--I saw the 230 for just over $219 shipped.
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Are these systems goin to be 1000 watts like the previous models or more?
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230 or 330, which is better?
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230 or 330, which is better?

Probably the 330 because of the 2 HDMI inputs & the down firing subwoofer.
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If the x70s are like the x30/50s, they won't have a USB input for files, like videos, which is standard on LG, Sony, and Samsung HTIB systems. I do like the HDMI inputs and especially the HDMI passthrough.
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Probably the 330 because of the 2 HDMI inputs & the down firing subwoofer.

Where do you see it has 2 HDMI's inputs?
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From the press release:

Models SC-BTT770 and SC-BTT370 include a down-firing subwoofer, which achieves powerful bass by releasing the sound downward from the speaker unit and port and utilizes the sound reflected from the floor. These models are equipped with one HDMI output and two HDMI inputs with Standby Pass through for HD and 3D gaming and set-top box connections. Since they feature a Standby Pass Through function, signals from the connected devices can pass through the unit even when the home theater system is turned off.
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Engadget carried Panasonic's press release today about MSRP and availability. Looks like the stand alone blu-ray players have DLNA, but the HTIB units don't. That's a bummer.

http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/01/p...b-and-soundba/
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Thanks for the link!! I've been anxiously waiting for this info... I've been waiting to purchase the BT-770, and it looks like it will be cheaper than I had anticipated! Now I just have to wait another month

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The 370 is now up for pre order on Amazon, full MSRP.
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does anyone know which bd player comes with the bt-770?
I mean is the player a 110, 210, or 310?
I thought the 770 number was the overall HTIB model.
my friend wants one of these, but needs to know more about the actual player.
and what is "DNLA"?
everyone keeps talking about that, and I have no idea what they are talking about.
I've just never seen that acronym before that I remember.
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Just purchased the SC-BTT770. I should have it by Thursday! Most places are still in Pre-order, so I am excited to get this! SHould go perfectly with my Panny 50VT25!

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The 270 is shipping from Amazon and the 370 from some Amazon resellers.
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Wow it took me a decent amount of time to actually find some concrete info on these...

Best Buy lists the 770 for the same price as Amazon. The website lists "Backordered: Usually leaves our warehouse within 1-2 weeks", but according to the same website, its in stock at 3 local BB stores. I'll call to confirm tomorrow. Btw 2 years 0% if paid in full at BB... If it is in fact in stock at the local BB store(s) it will be mine tomorrow.

"Our flagship 3D blu-ray home theater system" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ3aup6zmZQ

Oh, and most importantly...
http://www.panasonic.com/promos/avat...eater-Products



Questions... would really appreciate answers if anyone has any.

Why can't I find the 770 on panny's website, or anything remotely resembling a review (expert or otherwise) anywhere?

Which 3DBR player does it come with, do I assume its the 310 (being flagship and all...) or is it it's own model specifically for the 770 package, with more or less features than the 310? Can I get a pdf spec sheet, pretty please? A box scan? Throw me a frickin bone here lol.

Any benefit to buying a top end panny player and separate speakers?

How awesome is VieraCast (2)? I have a Sony XBR-52HX909 and Qriocity is top notch in my book. I'd like the best of both worlds.

Hope to get this thread kickin some more, especially from jconjason who said he should have received it earlier today...

Will report back tomorrow with my findings. Got quite the BB shopping list, including Motorola SB 6120 and yet to be determined router, Cryis 2 for PS3, and whatever else tickles my fancy while I'm there.
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The 770 is at Best Buy, it's on hold for me, and it will be mine before they close at 9:00pm EST tonight! Look out for my (far from) expert review!
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Have the SC-BTT770 in hand about to open the box!!!!

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Quit typin' and start openin'!

Then start typin' again. Please?
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Have the SC-BTT770 in hand about to open the box!!!!

You beat me to it!

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Not much to share just yet... set up was a breeze, the tall boys are very sleek and nice. Once hooked up and ran through set up, I was AMAZED by the subwoofer. My floor was shaking from the bass! Very clean and crisp.. and thats just out of the box. Havent really done much tinkering yet. Have my Directv box hooked up and my PS3 hooked up.

As for which BD player it is, there is no markings or numbers anwhere on the unit other than the BTT770. Ive looked everywhere! Sorry!

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Not much to share just yet... set up was a breeze, the tall boys are very sleek and nice. Once hooked up and ran through set up, I was AMAZED by the subwoofer. My floor was shaking from the bass! Very clean and crisp.. and thats just out of the box. Havent really done much tinkering yet. Have my Directv box hooked up and my PS3 hooked up.

As for which BD player it is, there is no markings or numbers anwhere on the unit other than the BTT770. Ive looked everywhere! Sorry!

Yeah I just got off the phone with panasonic, lol. They have no info on the SC-BTT770 or the DMP-BDT310. Obviously the info exists somewhere, for what reason its disclosed I have no idea. I just wanna know if the DMP-BDT310 does something special for the picture (3D or otherwise) that the player on the SC-BTT770 doesn't. Sheesh...

I found this on the DMP-BDT310: http://bluray-players.net/panasonic/...bdt310-review/

And the only things I can find that it lists, that nothing I've seen on the 770 lists is:
"UniPhier Chip reinforces clearer and sharper picture quality while lowering power consumption."
and
"With the Adaptive Chroma Processing, vertical color preference process has been increased by 1.5 times to maximize the details."

Either way, there doesn't appear to be an iPod/iPhone dock on the 310, so 770>310
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If anyone is debating on whether to get one of these or not.... stop hesitating and buy one! I had strong reservations about buying an HTIB but after spending an hour or so with this hooked up, I am glad I did! The sound quality and power is superb, even with regular HD television. The one qualm I would have is that the two wireless surround speakers are a little weak.
There are some new 3D controls in the control panel which help improve the 3D image. I have yet to try the 2D to 3D conversion during regular DVD playback. The system can be upgraded to 7.1 if you choose to do so, with the purchase of 2 extra speakers. The sub and side speakers are fully customizable and there are also a few presets you can choose from.

I played the first few minutes of The Other Guys Bluray which has a police chase scene at the beginning to fully test the sound system and its spectacular, picture from the BD player was very crisp, colors vibrant and accurate, no picture issues at all.. the sub had my floor vibrating and shaking. Same with the Avatar 3D Bluray.... amazing picture quality and the sound quality of Avatar is theater-like!

I havent fully tested/checked everything yet, so if anyone has any questions or want me to check something, feel free to ask and Ill do my best to answer!

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770 in my back seat, 30 min. transit time, then boom goes the dynamite!
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Let me know your thoughts!!

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WOW! Out of the box sound is awesome! Haven't tinkered with it at all, and I will agree with jconjason that the rear surround speakers are a bit weak (at least with out of the box settings, will report more on it later on). What I'm actually most impressed by so far (again, out of the box settings) is the VIUSAL from the player! So far just watched a bit of Legend of the Guardians, and OMFG!! Watching Alice in Wonderland just for a few scenes, then on to Crysis 2 on PS3 in 3D with surround sound! Life is good!! Just paused it, Alice is about to fall down the hole. The anticipation is killing me! So far, watching 3DBR on this animal compared to watching 3DBR on PS3, is like watching 3DBR on PS3 compared to watching 3D on Directv...NO ********!!! In 5 seconds I'm gonna push play and Alice is gonna fall down the whole, and I'm (guessing that) I'm gonna see my new baby handle the motion/popout/sensory overload/straight up craziness that is that scene like never before! I'm just a bit excited if you can't tell. Pulling an all nighter with my buddy...
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Some of you may choose not to believe what I'm about to say, but if you don't, please somehow make it a point to experience this player (or a standalone 310 player I presume) on your current set-up....

That afforementiomed scene, where Alice falls down the hole, is INFINITELY BETTER on this than on PS3. And the tiny bit of Wonderland that she's stepped into so far...same thing!! I am soooooooo happy with this purchase it's unbelievable! Alright, more tomorrow, back to more 3D enjoyment
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I continue to be blown away by the BR player on this thing! As a disclaimer, I am a Panasonic fanboy by no means, I'm new to the whole home theater thing and I have no brand loyalty, just a deep admiration of quality products. My Panny SC-BTT770 is hooked up to my Sony XBR-52HX909. They coexist in complete harmony, lol. The 2D-->3D conversion on this is GREAT!! I don't know if any of you are familiar with the HX909, but it's FAR from a slouch in that aspect, but this player blows it out of the water. I'm now watching Casino Royale, in 3D(!!) in broad daylight, on a bright sunny day! Gotta leave for work in 15min
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We both feel the same way about this! Other than the back speakers, my only other complaint is no dlna, I've been using the ps3 for that but would love to use this bd player for that. I'll try the 2D to 3D eventually today.

SS, if you find a way to increase the output of the rears, let me know. I have maxed the db level to 6 and that was a minimal improvement.

Congrats on your excellent buy, I'm glad you love it as much as I do!

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We both feel the same way about this! Other than the back speakers, my only other complaint is no dlna, I've been using the ps3 for that but would love to use this bd player for that. I'll try the 2D to 3D eventually today.

SS, if you find a way to increase the output of the rears, let me know. I have maxed the db level to 6 and that was a minimal improvement.

Congrats on your excellent buy, I'm glad you love it as much as I do!

Still at work, so nothing new. Anything new on your end? Probably gonna have to end up getting another set of rear speakers and going 7.1, which it says is optional (suggests??) in the user manual somewhere. I don't have my speakers set in stone, no mounts for the rears or anything, so I've just been putting them very close to my head. My living room has a 3 seat couch (both ends recline) and 2 recliners all along the long wall right when you walk in the door. The couch is first, so the TV is centered on the 3rd seat (reclining right end of couch), then the 2 recliners follow. All 5 seats get decent 3D, though the effect diminishes a bit as you go off center (obv). Adding 2 more speakers would be perfect for my layout. Can seat 5 with 3D, 4 can recline (and 1 can rock too ), and with the 7.1 setup everyone would get good sound from the rear surround speakers. Did I mention I still need a mount? LOL. So now all I "need" is a mount, 3 more pairs of glasses, and another set of rear speakers. Plus a Panamax, a BR/3DBR/PS3 library, subscriptions to Gamefly, Amazon Prime, Qriocity unlimited music, etc, etc...my new hobby is getting rather expensive.
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