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panasonic DMP BDT310 opinions?

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This is seemingly panasonic's 2011 top of the line model with dual hdmi outputs.To those that have it how's the PQ in 3d? Are there 3d depth and pop out adjustment settings, does the player prssent any crosstalk issues? Finally, how good is the 2d to 3d conversion?
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There's a whole thread dedicated to the Panasonics in the BD forum.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1318879

Crosstalk usually isn't associated with players but the TV's and glasses themselves. As far as 2D/3D conversion, it's subjective.

S~
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Originally Posted by rene2kx View Post

This is seemingly panasonic's 2011 top of the line model with dual hdmi outputs.To those that have it how's the PQ in 3d? Are there 3d depth and pop out adjustment settings, does the player prssent any crosstalk issues? Finally, how good is the 2d to 3d conversion?

I have the 210, which is basically the same player minus the dual HDMI slots.

- To my eyes, native 3D looks very good with this player, with a sharper, brighter picture than my Samsung BD6900.

- The player does let you adjust the 3D depth for both native and 2D>3D content and I find it a useful feature as some of my 3D BluRays (Giants of the Patagonia comes to mind) look better when I tweak it slightly. Be aware however than the minute you hit STOP, the player resets to its default depth setting so you'll need to select it every time you want to make use of it.

- 2D>3D to my eyes is completely worthless as no matter what settings I use I cannot see any depth whatsoever. Your mileage may vary but I find the 2D>3D implementation on my Samsung plasma to be far superior to what Panasonic does.

- I find crosstalk to be more affected by other factors (TV used, glasses used, letting the TV warm up, the how the BluRay was mastered). The player's ability to adjust the depth setting does help manage it somewhat but it still isn't eliminated 100%.
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I find crosstalk to be more affected by other factors (TV used, glasses used, letting the TV warm up, the how the BluRay was mastered). The player's ability to adjust the depth setting does help manage it somewhat but it still isn't eliminated 100%.

Since I'm making 3D productions I am curious what specifically you mean by this. Are you referring to whether it is BD-R / BD-RE (burning) or replicated Blu-Ray? Or, do you mean one studio vs. another studio doing the mastering?
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I noticed a 24p setting on my player anyone know whether it should be turned on or off? I have all my settings set to AUTO so the player detects the signal. Last night I noticed my signal going to the Panny 7000 was a 1080i/60 signal off of a BluRay...I thought all blurays were 1080p...
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Many live concert Blu-Rays are 1080i. Was it a film (which are usually 1080p 24fps) or a concert?
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Many live concert Blu-Rays are 1080i. Was it a film (which are usually 1080p 24fps) or a concert?

It was X-Men First Class the new release in blu-ray...I just found it odd that it would be 1080i
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