Excerpt: We love our Hd Blu Ray Player its almost like seeing it in a live version its so clear and it sounds so great. The Clarity of the picture is perfect. The fact that it plays regular dvds and home made ones is great it brings out a better quality of picture in them. The Blu ray player is slim and lighter than the older versions.
The DMP-BD35K is a nice Blu-Ray player with some odd menus
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This Blu-Ray player produces some of the nicest 1080p images I've ever seen, with great contrast and sharp detail (it also does a very good job at upscaling standard definition DVDs), and it has great sound (altought it only put lossless sound out to HDMI, so I haven't been able to try that feature out yet). It's handsome and solidly built. It is occasionally a bit slow loading DVDs, and very slow with some of the more elaborate extras (java-based, etc.
Excerpt: I got this Blu-Ray player for Christmas back in '08, and it has worked great. I had a bought a gaming chair back this past year, and had plugged it up to it, and got it working with it rather seamlessly. More recently, with the edition of being able to watch Blu-Ray 3D movies, rather than going out to buy or upgrade to a 3D HD TV, and 3D Blu-Ray player. You can still watch these new types of Blu-Ray movies on a standard Blu-Ray player.
Excerpt: I recently bought a Panasonic - DMP-BD35K Blu-Ray Player and it is such a great movie watching experience. I connect the BluRay Player to my HDTV and everytime I watch a movie now, it really feels like I am in my own movie theater. It plays reguar DVDs and BluRay DVDs so it is the perfect accessory for your movie watching experience. The device was easy to connect to my television and is lightweight and easy to setup.
Excerpt: Panasonic produces some of the most solid, reliable Blu-Ray players on the market. We've had this player for approximately 3 years, and the picture and sound quality are outstanding. The "deep black" technology gives Blu-Rays a sharp, color rich look, that is natural and beautiful.With all of the playability issues reported with certain discs, this player has never returned an error for an unplayable disc.
Excerpt: If you already have a decent sound system, then you won't be disappointed with this blu-ray player. As with most players, the key to a satisfying viewing experience is to FIRST UPDATE THE FIRMWARE. The 'software' that runs the player must be updated to resolve errors, bugs, and to accomodate new technology and content included in the latest blu-ray discs.
Excerpt: Bottom-Line : Love, love, love this player! The DMP-BD35K Blu-Ray is a single-disc, DVD player that when connected with an HDMI cable play's Blu-Ray DVD's in your collection to 1080p when used with a compatible HDTV. As an added bonus the unit can also play your CD's of all types, plus MP3 and JPEG files that have been burned onto CD-R's, CD-RW's, DVD's and other media. Dolby Digital surround sound decoding is built in, along with a DTS output.
Summary: This Blu-Ray is absolutely perfect for me and my family. The price is dirt cheap and the image quality is excellent. I researched and demoed comparable, Sony, JVC, etc. and nothing beat out the Panasonic 35BK. Got a special promotion with my TV that gave me $300 off then only charged me $204 for the player. I did not demo any of the super high end units as I was told there would be no difference in quality as it's digital.
Pros: Super Fast load times, beyond believable image quality
Summary: Video and audio both fantastic! Running this to my Sharp 52" LCD at 1080p/24 and I didn't have any problems at all with video artifacts. Perhaps the previous poster had abad unit or didn't update the firmware. I've had this for a couple of weeks now and am very happy with it. I tried the Sony BDP-s350, which was also good, but I didn't like the user interface on the Sony, and also -- even with the latest firmware -- the Sony hung up playing The Godfather on BD.
Summary: Hooked up and it is very easy. Works well with my Samsung PN50A550. Exellent DVD upcoverting capabilities. As a Blu-Ray Player at 24P - it is bad. Too much of jagard images that the player does not have sufficient power to process the Blu-Ray format. I must say the images as astounding but the video technology is still in its infancy and needs improvement before commercializing. If can wait, I would wait till they have 60P.
Pros: Excellent picture quality. Almost like 3D. Excellent for DVD upconverting