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. The remote handles my other equipment without any fuss, and can be easily set up to avoid conflict with my same-brand DVD player that I still have in the rack.
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. But, They are a welcome addition that I've used a few times and was pleased with the ease of use.
Summary: The cd open/close button is on the opposite side of the cd drawer. The on/off button is directly above the cd drawer. This makes many, and I mean many accidental turning off the cd player when one only wants to close the cd player. I mean really want kind of retard puts the on/off button above a cd player?
Summary: If you want an inexpensive Blu-ray DVD player that plays just about any format, this is for you. It is also Wireless System Ready, which means that with the proper router and setup you can stream Netflix. The quality of sound and vision is just as good as any other Blu-ray player I have owned (Samsung and Sony), but I would warn that the DVD takes much longer to load than the other players I have used.
Excerpt: I purchased this unit in a package deal from Best Buy along with the 42" plasma HDTV TC-42S2. Happy with both. The DVD really gives good upscaling. The TV picture is awesome with "many" potential quick or manual adjustments. WOULD BUY BOTH AGAIN; HOWEVER, a couple of things to know about this Blu Ray Unit. 1.
Excerpt: If you're looking for a great bluray player that won't break the bank, then I would suggest the Panasonic--DMP BD65. First of all, for what this player provides, the price point (around $100 or less if it's on sale) is excellent. The most important thing to me in a bluray player is picture quality and this player provides a top notch picture. I'm also impressed with the DVD upscaling quality of this player as the picture is clean and clear whenever I play a DVD.
Excerpt: I have had this blu-ray player for about six months now. I had previously had a different brand (un-named) but it did not work well at all, so I decided to get an upgrade. This blu-ray player features a front secure digital card reader slot for pictures and movies, and a usb 2.0 drive for the same.
Excerpt: Having recently purchased a new Panasonic 58” S2 plasma television my family decided we needed to upgrade to a blu-ray player. Sears was offering a great deal on the DMP-BD65 so I decided to pull the trigger. I wasn’t sure if the upgrade from DVD would be worth the cost but popping in the UP blu-ray quickly brought a smile to my face.