It works great and I find this brand of equipment to be high quality.
28 November 2013
Summary: Well, I have a stack of Technics and Panasonic equipment. I've never been disappointed with anything I bought that was made by this company. I'm sure there are duds, but I haven't landed any of them. This product boots up pretty quickly compared to some of my older DVD equipment. That's nice.
Summary: I bought this product refurbished and at first after reading some really bad reviews on the item I was really nervous about it working ok. But it works fantastic, not weird sounds or clicking noises all is smooth. Sometimes on the blu-ray it takes a minute to get going but that it.
Summary: I bought this a couple months ago and I love it. I decided to go with the Panasonic due to I have a Panny Plasma to use it with. No issues and it works great. I wasn't even sure I wanted or would use the network features.
Summary: The unit works just fine with DVDs, but 49 times out of fifty, when performing the "Network Easy Setting", it finds the network but fails when it checks for a connection to the internet (Error code B019). I'm still trying to find a fix.
Summary: I bought this refurbished for $70 over a year ago and it's still perfect! I only use it for playing DVDs and Blu Rays, nothing fancy... but for the price, it's great and long lasting with no problems, loads fast and etc...
Could have been better, but lack of DIVX is a killer!
Jerome K., Newegg
20 September 2011
Summary: This could have been a nice player, but the fact it won't recognize most DIVX and XVID media formats knocks off 1-2 eggs. The clincher for the second egg off is the proprietary, ungodly EXPENSIVE WIFI adapter.
Pros: Nice player for standard Blu-Ray and DVD discs. Has SD and USB slots
Cons: While it has SD and USB, those slots are fairly USELESS, when it doesn't even play most video formats off of those devices! Also the required PROPRIETY WIFI adapter, costing $80, is way overpriced and no generic is readily available
Panasonic Networking Blu-ray is FULL HD 1920x1080; wireless Netflix & special PHL Movie-quality chip.
DigitalDreamsUSA "digitaldreamsusa", Amazon
18 August 2011
Summary: If you've been shopping for a Blu-ray player with the best movie-quality picture, online content, USB, wireless lan, BD/DVD/CD playback, SD card slot, look no further. NOTE: The DMP BD65P is the ONLY model in the Panasonic Networking Blu-ray Disc Player lineup with COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUTS, for a...
Summary: I was at first alittle skeptical of purchasing a refurbish item, although I have in the past. And since I did not want to spend alot of money at the time, I took my chance and bought this Panasonic Blu-ray dvd player; knowing Panasonic's reputation, so far, I'm satisfied with the quality and...
Summary: I purchased this unit to give maximum video source flexibility for a minimal price. I primarily use Netflix streaming, so I considered an Apple TV for $99. However, I occasional play DVD or BlueRay discs, so having that capability is helpful.