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According to Panasonic that is the only difference, yes. My thought is that the 110/210 was the primary design and the 310's second HDMI was done on top of the 110/210 design.

Currently I have the bdt300. It has both 2 hdmi and 7.1 ch analog for maximum flexibility. I noticed deep color has to be turned off if I use the second hdmi port for audio. Weird.
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Is it me or do BLU RAYS rock on this device (110) but the dvd upscaling is horrible?

Would the 210 fair better for upscaling?

Aside from that I love the features and speed of the 110!

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Is it me or do BLU RAYS rock on this device (110) but the dvd upscaling is horrible?

Would the 210 fair better for upscaling?

Aside from that I love the features and speed of the 110!

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I watched a few scenes from Matrix Reloaded DVD and thought it looked fantastic on the 210.
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Is it me or do BLU RAYS rock on this device (110) but the dvd upscaling is horrible?

Would the 210 fair better for upscaling?

Aside from that I love the features and speed of the 110!

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I compared a few titles on the 210 vs Oppo 93 and found fairly minimal differences between the two with only a slight advantage to the 93 in detail resolution. Can't comment on the 110 but I've since sold my 93 if that tells you anything.


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Is it me or do BLU RAYS rock on this device (110) but the dvd upscaling is horrible?

Would the 210 fair better for upscaling?

Aside from that I love the features and speed of the 110!

I'm sure the 110 and 210 will perform the same. It could be the quality of your DVD (worse with older 4:3 movies), or your settings. Are you upscaling via HDMI (it won't upscale over component)? What output resolution are you using, and to what display?
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Owner of a brand new BDT 210.

Seems wonderful so far, updated the firmware in a couple minutes and was watching NF within 10 minutes. I didn't notice any of the black blips as mentioned here, but I only watched one episode of Trigun. I am running wired off a Netgear 3700(gigabit ports) on a 20 mps download. *shrug* If the blips are related to change in net speed I won't expect to see any. I am a big NF user so time will tell.

My set is an EX 500, so no 3D but BD look gorgeous to me(I'm no videophile). I did forget to turn the volume up and heard the whirring and light clunks as it loaded and advanced through to the menu. Seems to be common as I have heard that on a Sony and an LG previously. Playing is basically noiseless, I can't hear a thing from it.

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I watched a couple of HD streams/movies from Netflix on the BDT-110 and then on the PS3, switching between the two after watching one for about 10 minutes. While I love everything Panasonic and hate everything Sony, the BDT-110 is not even close to the PS3 in PQ when streaming from Netflix. Some movies like "Mesrine" streamed with the PS3 are equal in picture quality to most HDX movies I stream from Vudu. I was hoping the 110 would be close to the PS3 but that is just not the case. It's not a total loss however since I am going to get Avatar 3D with the rebate and the 110 is a very good BD player. I am still keeping my pioneer as my primary BD player in my HT room and deal with it's sluggish response and mate the 110 with a Panasonic 50GT25 plasma I got for the family room.

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Can the avatar 3d disc be played on a 2d tv?
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I didn't notice any of the black blips as mentioned here, but I only watched one episode of Trigun. I am running wired off a Netgear 3700(gigabit ports) on a 20 mps download. *shrug* If the blips are related to change in net speed I won't expect to see any. I am a big NF user so time will tell.

It happens randomly. To me, typically at the begining or end of a movie. You have to watch more to experience it. It's not net speed related.

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While I love everything Panasonic and hate everything Sony, the BDT-110 is not even close to the PS3 in PQ when streaming from Netflix.

PS3 gets 1080p stream and 110 doesn't. On the other hand, if you watch SD streaming, Panasonic player is reportedly using the same DVD upscaling engine for Netflix. So it might give it a slight edge on upscaling.
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Can the avatar 3d disc be played on a 2d tv?

Yes it can. It can be played in 2D or 3D.

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I watched a couple of HD streams/movies from Netflix on the BDT-110 and then on the PS3, switching between the two after watching one for about 10 minutes. While I love everything Panasonic and hate everything Sony, the BDT-110 is not even close to the PS3 in PQ when streaming from Netflix. Some movies like "Mesrine" streamed with the PS3 are equal in picture quality to most HDX movies I stream from Vudu.

In general, Netflix HD streams are 720p, but the PS3 (and apparently only the PS3) has access to 1080p encodings. I installed some public domain firmware in my old WRT54G router which can display a realtime graph of bandwidth consumption and used it to examine the way that data is brought down by streaming players on half a dozen devices (TiVo S3, PS3, Xbox, DMP-BDT110, Roku XD and this PC, all playing to this 46" 1080p LCD panel). I wrote a little about this back in this post, with links to posts with some of those graphs.

Anyway, the long and the short of it is that when the PS3 is streaming an HD title from Netflix with display resolution set to 1080p, the stream it plays averages a 33%-40% higher bit rate than when its display resolution is limited to 720p. All other Netflix players I've tested, including the BDT110, only access encodings of the same bit rate as the ones the PS3 plays at 720p, regardless of display resolution. Sony and Netflix announced back in December that there were 1080p encodings for the PS3, as well as some encodings with DD+ sound (and closed captions). There's no easy way to detect which streams are 1080p, but the player clearly states when 5.1 sound is available in title descriptions. Since Netflix doesn't give us a filter for this, I've been keeping and updating the "Official Netflix Watch Instantly 5.1/1080p Title List".

I asked Netflix' Netflixhelps Twitter account whether all titles with 5.1 sound had 1080p encodings and was told that not every such title did and conversely not every title with a 1080p encoding had 5.1 sound. Thinking that maybe titles with 1080p encodings were rarer than those with 5.1 sound, I started slowly testing some of the titles on that list and marking them with colored text (slowly, because the test take 11-13 minutes per title). Noticing that all of the first 10 or 15 that I tested had those 33%-40%-higher-than-720p-bit-rate encodings, I tried 20 random HD titles without 5.1 sound (all of those in my Instant Queue and some picked at random from the player's browser) and each and every one of them had the high bit rate stream. I now believe that most if not all of HD Netflix Watch Instantly titles have 1080p encodings for the PS3 (2175 as of this writing). It's possible that Netflix is forbidden to present 1080p streams for some titles due to licensing terms.

Since the announcement of 1080p and 5.1 sound for PS3, Apple TV, the Boxee Box and these 2011 Panasonic products with Viera Cast (and presumably the ones with Viera Connect, when they're released) have gained support for the 5.1 sound. I suspect that Boxee Box might have support for the 1080p encodings; I'm sorely tempted to buy one to test and return, but that would be wrong . I presume that eventually many devices will have support for 1080p Netflix streams, including these BD players.

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I guess I will have to deal with evil Sony until other players are capable of 1080p streaming. But that's OK, since I stream only about 1 title per week and even that is limited to foreign movies, documentaries and TV shows all in HD while waiting for a disc to arrive.

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the panasonic 210 model has the 3.0 version of netflix. its the same as ps3. its not just the ps3 anymore. the panasonic can even do the DD+ on certain 5.1 titles. the ps3 is suppose to do that but it doesnt. the panasonic can also do the vudu in DD+ as well.

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the panasonic 210 model has the 3.0 version of netflix. its the same as ps3. its not just the ps3 anymore. the panasonic can even do the DD+ on certain 5.1 titles. the ps3 is suppose to do that but it doesnt. the panasonic can also do the vudu in DD+ as well.

I know this--I own a PS3 and a BDT110, which also has the 3.0 HTML5-based Netflix player which can play 5.1 sound and closed captions. It cannot, however, play the 1080p encoding.

And yes, the Panasonic is superior to the PS3 in that it can bitstream DD+ from Netflix and VUDU, whereas the PS3 can apparently only do that for BDs.

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According to my receiver (recently purchased Onkyo TX-SR608) I am getting 1080p from Netflix on my 110. It displays the following on the OSD while viewing a streaming movie:

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Input HDMI 1: 1920x1080p 60Hz YCbCr36bit

Output HDMI: 1920x1080p 60Hz YCbCr36bit

Picture Mode: Through

I am still new to both pieces of equipment so I could be interpreting it wrong. The info display on my Panasonic tc-p42gt25 also shows 1080p. Again, I don't have the expertise some of you have so I don't know if I am reading into it correctly.
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According to my receiver (recently purchased Onkyo TX-SR608) I am getting 1080p from Netflix on my 110.

The player is upscaling the source to 1080p (the player's selected resolution). Regarding Netflix it's more bit rate than resolution.

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The player is upscaling the source to 1080p (the player's selected resolution). Regarding Netflix it's more bit rate than resolution.

That's good to know. I didn't realize the player would upscale streaming sources. I am still getting the black flash screens. They seem to be more common during the evening (prime time streaming hours?).
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That's good to know. I didn't realize the player would upscale streaming sources. I am still getting the black flash screens. They seem to be more common during the evening (prime time streaming hours?).

That player features dynamic adaptive bit rate technology for what's known as "smooth streaming". When available bandwidth on your connection to Netflix' servers fluctuates up and down, the player automatically switches to a lower bit rate/lower quality encoding when it's not getting enough bandwidth to keep up with the currently selected one and back to a higher bit rate/higher quality stream when conditions on the connection improve. As implemented on the PS3, this is silky smooth--as I've said before, it's like watching the focus of a camera sharpen and soften. It's not always so smooth on this BD player; the black flashes always seem to happen when it's making one of those switches (though I think that most of the encoding switches happen smoothly). It makes sense that it happens more in the evening, because that's when network traffic and demand on Netflix' servers is going to be at the highest level.

Some players still stop and rebuffer when they no longer have the bandwidth necessary for the encoding that they're playing, a process requiring several seconds, displaying a little "please wait" overlay with progress bar while they do it and some can't return to a better quality stream when things improve.

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The BDT 110/210 finally showed up on the Panasonic.ca site. Hope this means they'll be hitting stores soon.

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I'm sure the 110 and 210 will perform the same. It could be the quality of your DVD (worse with older 4:3 movies), or your settings. Are you upscaling via HDMI (it won't upscale over component)? What output resolution are you using, and to what display?

Hi

I am connected thru HDMI to a samsung pnc8000 plasma.

Output resolution? Not sure
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And yes, the Panasonic is superior to the PS3 in that it can bitstream DD+ from Netflix and VUDU, whereas the PS3 can apparently only do that for BDs.

I could swear I saw DD+ on the info display when I streamed from Vudu using the PS3. I will check again.

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That's good to know. I didn't realize the player would upscale streaming sources. I am still getting the black flash screens. They seem to be more common during the evening (prime time streaming hours?).
Also depending on your display like mine only does 1080p so everything is upscaled. Your Onkyo when set on through may still be processing the video, I'm not sure about that model. On my RC180 there's a series of button presses to turn it off. But you lose the OSD.
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Also depending on your display like mine only does 1080p so everything is upscaled. Your Onkyo when set on through may still be processing the video, I'm not sure about that model. On my RC180 there's a series of button presses to turn it off. But you lose the OSD.
I have two Onkyos, TX-SR805 receiver and PR886 processor and when set through video is passed untouched.

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I have two Onkyos, TX-SR805 receiver and PR886 processor and when set through video is passed untouched.

I don't know about your models but I do know that the 180 and the 807 both still do not completely pass the the video untouched when set to "through". There's been plenty of discussion regarding this in the 807 thread. The manual even states how to turn processing off.

Some see a better pic quality with it turned off, I was having issues with my 360 when set to "through" so I turned processing off.
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The BDT 110/210 finally showed up on the Panasonic.ca site. Hope this means they'll be hitting stores soon.

Yeah I stumbled across the site today and thankfully they are finally up. I'm all the way on Van Island and we're always the last to get everything so who knows how much longer it will be. The 210 looks like a great player for me.
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Yeah I stumbled across the site today and thankfully they are finally up. I'm all the way on Van Island and we're always the last to get everything so who knows how much longer it will be. The 210 looks like a great player for me.

I'm in Montreal and my local HT store said months end along with the new plasma models. I hate patience.

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I'm in Montreal and my local HT store said months end along with the new plasma models. I hate patience.

Patience?... I know not of that word

Seriously though, I know what you mean. Thankfully Hockey is still on so movie season hasn't fully taken over yet.
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Just pulled the trigger on the 210, hopefully it will get here soon.
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Thinking about getting the 110. I have the LG 630 and it's...ok. For some reason it looks like it does some image processing and adds additional EE and DNR? Do these add additional picture settings or can you leave the picture settings from the TV as is?

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I bought and returned the 210 not because it is bad but it did not work in my environment (through an HDMI splitter). I am probably waiting for the 310. One thing of note is that compared to the BDT300, the 210 and probably the 310 are smaller and much more flimsier. If they make it any lighter, it will probably get blown around the house! Kinda scary when you consider how thin the tray is and the whole unit is.
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