Conclusion: Put simply, this is an excellent Blu-ray player. Picture and sound both impress - even for DVD playback. We're more than happy to overlook the two small weaknesses - slight edge flicker in HD documentaries and a forgetfulness for "Film" mode - especially on account of the numerous multimedia...
Pros: Comprehensive multimedia functionality., Superb 24p movie picture., Excellent DVD playback., Seven picture controls., Also decodes digital 7.1-channel audio.
Cons: Audible disc drive and fans., No analog multichannel output., Forgets "Film" mode for DVDs.
Conclusion: When you bear in mind that a Blu-Ray player with this much performance quality, and packed with as many features as the BD60 would not long ago have cost upwards of £500, it might make you consider that it’s time to jump on the Blu-Ray bandwagon.
Excerpt: It seems like just yesterday that I reviewed the DMP-BD35 and DMP-BD55 players (HT, December 2008). But Panasonic spared little time getting its replacements out into the market. This was almost a blink, and you’ll miss the window for the DMP-BD35 and DMP-BD55.