Summary: We know a good Blu-ray player when we see one, and Panasonic’s DMP-BD75 is just that. Yes, it has the bare minimum when it comes to features and yes, it looks far too simple to be anything more than a regular DVD player. But when you watch a Blu-ray, it gives you the visual details like any player priced three times as much.
A basic Blu-ray player with no superfluous 3D or Web features
Good Gear Guide.au
21 November 2011
Summary: As a simple, offline-only non-3D Blu-ray player, Panasonic's DMP-BD75 does well. Its networked features are limited to DLNA playback -- there's no access to any Web features like ABC iView -- but if all you want is a player to watch Blu-ray movies with (and that's all you need, really), the DMP-BD75 is quick to start up and play movies.
Excerpt: Once again, the early adopters have benefited us all. Proof, if any were needed, is here, in the shape of Panasonic ’s new DMP-BD75 Blu-ray player. True, it’s not compatible with 3D content, and it has only a minimum of connectivity. But in other respects it’s well on the pace: as well as being compatible with the majority of video and audio discs, it’s able to play via USB 2.0 and can join to your DLNA network and play music, videos and still pictures saved on a server.
Pros: Great build and spec for the cash, capable of engrossing pictures and emotive audio
Cons: Sound can lack dynamism and images can be bettered
Panasonic DMP-BD75: solider Einsteiger-Blu-ray-Player ohne Online-Funktionen
13 May 2011
Summary: Wenn man in einen Elektronikmarkt geht und nach einem billigen DVD-Player sucht, stehen die Chancen gut, dass man bereits für 30 bis 40 Euro ein grundsolides Gerät bekommt. Blu-ray-Player sind zwar noch nicht ganz so billig, aber auch hier gibt es Budget-Modelle. Wie sich der gut 100 Euro teure Panasonic DMP-BD75 in der Praxis schlägt, verrät der Test.