I'm subscribed to effing Netflix which is my #1 source of all the movies I watch and since 90% of the discs are scratched to hell (I've never had a problem with a Redbox disc), I'm sick and tired of having movies freeze on my BDP220 (I had the same problem with another Panasonic BDK35, I...
I currently have a Panasonic DMP-BD35 that appears to be on its way out (occasionally when it is powered on it displays a green hue on screen, rebooting and/or reseating the HDMI cable seems to clear it up... for now - I posted about it in the Official Panasonic DMP-BD35/55 Owners Thread )...
I've been having issues with newer Blu Ray discs in my Panasonic BD35. First and foremost the player still plays my BD discs, DVD and CD's without a problem.
However, 3 of the last 4 netflix movies have had issues playing. You put the disc in, it gets through a preview and then just basically...
I'm talking about the bread and butter players for delivering a flat out great picture. I have a Panasonic DMP-BD35 that is at least 5 years old. Will a new player under $150 give me a better picture from a blu-ray disc or a standard DVD?
I currently am using a Panasonic DMP-BD35 dvd player in my home theater. It has been some years now and I was wondering if I should be looking at upgrading to a new model? If so what advantages will the new players have over what I have now. I am not interested in a 3d player.
I'm thinking when I upgrade my two right and left speakers, i may upgrade my BD player to do SACD. My current blu ray player is Panasonics DMP BD35 (or maybe its the BD50, I can't remember).
I'm looking for something that will do very well as a music player and as a video player, both DVD and...
I'm looking to replace my Panasonic DMP-BD35 strictly to get the ability to stream to my TV. I have an XBOX 360 that gives me DLNA access to my media on my PC, but I'd also like to try out Netflix, Amazon Instant, etc (and on principle I'm not paying Microsoft for a Live Gold account just so I...
I have been out of the market for awhile. I currently have a Panasonic BD-35. I am looking for video quality, reliability. I would like it to be faster than the bd-35 but probably most new ones would be.
I don't have technical problem related to playing dvds or cds. But I do have a problem with how slow the operation is. It takes forever for the player to cue up to a point where I can even open the door. Why so slow?:
I have the above blu ray player (firmware version 1.5)
Vid Camera - Canon VIXIA HF100
External Blu Ray Player:
ATAPI iHBS212 2:
Firmware Revision: 5L09
Burn Support: Yes (Generic Drive Support)
Profile Path: None
Cache: 8192 KB
Reads DVD: Yes
FW version 1.5 is available for the Panasonic BD 35/55 players. It says it addresses playability and stability. Here is the link for each:
I found this out when I powered my player up this morning and a screen popped up saying that a firmware update was...
Circuit City online has gotten the new Panasonic players in a bit earlier than expected and the first orders are shipping today. Those that opted for "express" shipping (like me ) will begin receiving players on Tuesday the 14th. It is time for a new owners thread.
I have owned the previous...