Summary: This thing has been a godsend. I use the wifi and Netflix app more than the Blueray player. If you don't have a wifi TV, this is a good stepping stone to fill that gap in your setup. The Netflix app isn't all that great - menu options are not robust and the connection is slow - but it works.
Summary: Bought this player two years ago, and wanted to give it a review, since its been a great player these last couple years. This was my first Panasonic player that I ever bought, and would totally buy another.
Summary: This player is good but the disc has to be in pristine condition. If you rent videos expect the disc to pause pixelate and fail playing altogether. If you buy videos new then it works great. I have rented several movies that would not work in this player that played fine in my computer.
Summary: I've always been a fan of Panasonic and the DMP-BDT310 hasn't let me down. The picture from the Blue-ray player is fantastic, and all the apps that came with it are great. It's easy to use and and set up and hasn't failed once. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a well made Blu-ray player.
Summary: Ok, I originally bought a lower # model without the 3d and apps and I had a few words of greatness to say about that one now that I upgraded to this one I am ready to boast. I got this as a display model when the 320 came out so I got a good deal. I originally had this hooked up to a 26in.
Great for watching, but software features not reliable
9 June 2012
Summary: I bought this 6 months ago to integrate into a home media system I was trying to put together. On the plus side, the basic DVD/Blu-ray features/quality are great - works like a champ. Netflix and other internet services seem to work ok too.
Summary: So far this is a very nice unit. I got the 310. The sensor to open and close the tray is a neat factor but the quality of the picture is where it shines. Great dvd player, easy to set up the wi-fi and has many features that I'll not use but they are there in case.
Summary: I bought this unit mostly for the 2D to 3D conversion. I don't know how it performs with Active Shutter glasses but with passive 3D (VISIO), it is really poor. The center of the screen is OK but everything else jitters like the TV is in the middle of an earthquake.
Summary: A superb machine. The quality of the image is truly amazing whether DVD, BlueRay or 3D discs is loaded. Manual is clear and concise. Helas, apparent offer of a free Avatar 3D disc was reneged on by the advertising agency administering the offer.