Conclusion: With very good video performance, fast disc load times, and plenty of video streaming and other Web services, the Panasonic DMP-BDT110 is one of the best Blu-ray players you can get for less than $150.
Pros: Inexpensive. Speedy. Excellent video performance.
Conclusion: For those worried about taking the 3D plunge, Panasonic is a real blessing. The DMP-BDT110 offers excellent 3D and 2D Blu-ray playback, and can even spruce up a few of those golden-oldie DVDs with excellent upconversion. It also opens a treasure chest of entertainment for those without a web-enabled HDTV or other streaming box. The DMP-BDT110 is not the world's best player, but it's one of the most affordable out there right now, especially considering what it's packing.
Pros: Great image on 3D, 2D and DVD content, Super-fast start-up/load times, Nice VIERA Cast menu, Enhanced Netflix interface, Easy to connect to DLNA content, Super cheap!
Cons: No on-board storage (still need that SD card!), No backlighting on the remote, 3D Effect Controller seems a little gimmicky
Panasonic’s mid-range, 3D-ready Blu-ray player works well for both 2D and 3D video
Good Gear Guide.au
23 November 2011
Summary: Panasonic's DMP-BDT110 is the middle-of-the-pack Blu-ray player in the company's 2011 line-up, and it shaped up to be a generally impressive performer. It doesn't have certain bells and whistles (like built-in Wi-Fi, for example) that are restricted to the top DMP-BDT310 model, but for watching 2D and 3D content, playing compressed video and accessing Panasonic's limited range of online content, it's perfectly capable.
Excerpt: The Panasonic DMP-BDT110 3D Blu-ray player is the 'lite' version of the DMP-BDT310 , boasting many of the same features but with a few nips and tucks to get the price down a bit (by £70, to be precise). It's actually two rungs down the range ladder from the DMP-BDT310 – sitting between them is the DMP-BDT210, which is practically identical to the BDT310 in everything but connections. The DMP-BDT110, on the other hand, has some much more obvious omissions.
Conclusion: A swathe of networking features, Skype video calling and digital file playback are enticing, but it’s this tiny Blu-ray player’s skill with both 2D and 3D that makes it a great all-rounder. That said, the cost of the Skype camera and the Wi-Fi dongle take the gloss from this otherwise good value package, as does the ageing Viera Cast online content portal that lacks BBC iPlayer.
Pros: 3D pics, 2D pics, Skype, DivX streaming
Cons: Lacks built-in BD-Live brains, WiFi requires USB dongle, expensive Skype camera, no BBC iPlayer
Excerpt: Når man skal have lyd i stuen, er det unaturlig at tænke i retning af pc-højttalere. Men med Panasonics Blu-ray afspiller DMP-BDT 110 og Logitechs pc-højttalere Z906 til omtrent samme pris, som det komplette anlæg fra Panasonic, får vi kraftigere og fyldigere bas, og systemet kan spille ganske højt.
Pros: Kraftig subwoofer, Billig
Cons: Lidt unaturlig baslyd, Lidt dæmpede overtoner
Excerpt: Knapp ein Jahr nach dem Debüt des DMP-BDT 300 für 500 Euro bringt Panasonic neue 3D-Player. Die Preise sind gefallen, und schnell entschlossenen Kunden winkt ein Bonus: Den Geräten liegt die begehrte 3D-Blu-ray "Avatar" bei. Der BDT 110 in Schwarz und der baugleiche BDT 111 in Silber kosten 200 Euro, Ende März folgt das Topmodell DMP-BDT 310 für 300 Euro, das WiFi und einen zweiten HDMI-Ausgang mitbringt.