Summary: Without a doubt this is an excellent Blu-ray player overall, but I have found some things not to my liking. I bought it to replace an old Insignia with integrated Wi-Fi that has been slowly degrading these last few months. Out of the box, the DMP-BDT210 is a sharp-looking little unit.
Summary: I ordered two of these players prior to the holidays--one for our family, and one to give as a gift. I was initially very pleased with how easy it was to set up the player on our wireless home network, and how rapidly I was able to get to apps for Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.
Summary: So far so good with the player. Saw the notorious "black flashes" with netflix almost immediately. Searching the interwebs indicates that there's a two-fold solution to this- 1. Leave an SD card in the SD slot. 2. Don't use DHCP, rather give your BD player a static IP from your router.
Summary: Well, I had a non-problem / a non-crisis!! After ordering the Panasonic 210 BD 3D player and some compatible 3D glasses, I started doing some research. If you own an older Mitsu or Samsung 3D ready DLP tv and want to actually use 3D, the model 210 and most of the other Panasonic 3D players are up to...
Summary: Every now and then in life, we stumble upon an item and give it a try only to find ourselves wondering how we ever lived without it. That's exactly how I feel about my Panasonic DMP-BDT210 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player.
Summary: This purchase was a very bad choice. I was looking at the Sony s780 but settled for this, due to the price difference. That was a big mistake! The Panasonic player had two major problems for me. The first problem was the sluggish menu.
Summary: I purchased this for my husband for Father's Day. I was a little leary with regards to the Netflix complaints but had hopes that it would work out okay which it did. I was able to set it up with no problems and to date, we have not had any problems with the quality of movies we watch on Netflix.
Summary: I freaking love this thing. It is so quick and pretty and perfect. I have wi-fi set up and I did not have any of the issues people talk about about having to make a disc or any of that. I plugged hooked it up, turned it on, it found the wi-fi, updated the software on its own, and runs perfectly.
Summary: I have been through 5 different units with streaming capability (this Panasonic, a Roku 2, Sony & Samsung wifi-capable Blu Ray players, and the stand-alone Sony streaming media player) and I FINALLY found a great little unit that will work for me.
Summary: This is my first Blu-ray player. I haven't had any problems with it. Dvds and Blu-rays look and sound great. The streaming of Netflix, and Amazon was easy to set up, and they play just fine. I don't have a 3d tv so I cant comment on that feature.