Panasonic DMP-BD35 Blu-ray Disc Player (DMP-BD35K) Review
21 January 2009
Conclusion: During 2008's slow holiday shopping season, Blu-ray proved its mettle and emerged as one of the "must have" technologies of the year with many thousands of players sold both at retail Brick and Mortar stores and online. 2009 will see Blu-ray finally looking at a full year where it is the only format in the high definition optical disc market and companies are picking up the pace on their offerings on both the software and hardware side.
Cons: No analogue multichannel outputs, No "source direct" mode, Still fairly sluggish on load times, No screensaver
Excerpt: At just 49mm tall, the BD35 is svelte for a Blu-ray player. It's stylish too, and we appreciate the lack of a standby LED so it doesn't demand attention when switched off. A door at the bottom-right of the fascia hides an SDHC card slot. This can read video captured with an AVCHD camera, although it isn't a huge chore to plug a video camera directly into a TV. More useful is the ability to view photos stored on an SDHC card in high definition.
Conclusion: Pienessä etupaneelissa ei ole suoraan levyjen toistoon tarvittavia nappeja, vaan ne on sijoitettu muistikorttipaikan kanssa luukun taakse. Blu-ray Live -tuki löytyy suoraan soittimesta, joten ohjelmistoa ei tarvitse päivittää välittömästi soitti ...