Fantastic Player, Great Picture & Sound, Excellent 3D, But No Resume Feature
Ben Kelley, Amazon
29 February 2012
Summary: I got this player so that I could use the 3D capabilities of my TV, and still get surround sound through my non-3D HDMI receiver. It did both beautifully. The 3D discs I have so far are Legend of the Guardians 3D, Meet the Robinsons 3D, and Space Station 3D, and a couple others. I bought a couple pairs of the non-Panasonic 3D glasses, and used those when watching. Picture quality was very good on 3D, and effects definitely "jumped" out at me when I watched.
Summary: We have only been using the DMP-BDT310 for a couple days but so far we love this thing, it plays videos off the internet withupout freezes and connects to you home computers with ease. If it lasts without issues then it is well worth the money and maybe even more.
Rex Parish "I'm a commercial fisherman by tr..., Amazon
23 February 2012
Summary: Panasonic DMP-BDT310 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player I got the Panasonic DMP-BDT310 mostly because I had read good reviews about and it was relatively cheap. It has built in WI-FI, lots of apps, loads blue-ray disks really fast, great picture,and a dual output HDMI feed in case your A/V receiver doesn't use the new HDMI 1.4 interface.
Summary: Panasonic DMP-BDT310 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player I bought this Blu-ray Player with Wi-Fi specifically to stream to Amazon Video On Demand (VOD). After a firmware update, both Amazon VOD and Netflix work great, which is why I am giving it 4 stars. It plays DVDs really well. I have not had a chance to rent a Blu-ray disk to see how that plays. Unfortunately, it will not play anything off my flashdrive in the USB port.
Summary: On Black Friday I bought the BDT110 with the intention of slowly upgrading my Home Theater. That idea didn't go so well. I ended up selling my 50" Samsung Plasma and bought a Panasonic VIERA TC-P46ST30 46-Inch 1080p 600 Hz 3D Plasma HDTV . Since my Onkyo receiver was not 3D, I went ahead and ordered this BDT310 because it offered the two HDMI ports, one for the sound and one for the video (including 3D). I ran into some an issue which I never found a solution...
Excellent overall, but Netflix performance is atrocious
M. Clark, Amazon
11 October 2011
Summary: The bang-for-buck ration is excellent. A fast-loading Blu-ray player, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Skype, built-in Wi-fi, the motion-sensor to open the tray, HDMI for audio, very easy-to-use menu system, and Netflix and Skype button on the remote... and all for less than $200. But there are two things I absolutely hate about this machine. First, Netflix flashes black for a split second, two or three times in a row. The audio does NOT skip, so this is not a buffering issue.
Summary: This is Panasonic's top of the line player for 2011 and it offers excellent audio and video performance, super-fast boot-up and disc loading and a nice selection of internet streaming features such as VUDU, Netflix, Pandora and even Skype. But bizarrely enough, Panasonic dropped support for the popular Divx audio/video codec this year, even while adding support for MKV files, so if you want to use this as a home media playback hub, you may be disappointed.
Panasonic DMP-BDT310 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player
29 July 2011
Summary: Just received the unit and so far extremely pleased with it. Very easy set up; unit immediately indicated that there was an update to the firmware ready. The update went very smoothly. My TV is not 3D yet so I can't comment on that aspect. I played a few DVD's and used Netflix via broadband and I am very happy with the picture, sound and streaming.
Summary: Let me explain my setup first and then start the review. I use this with a projector setup in my home -Acer H5360(projector) -Panasonic 50' Plasma Non-3d TV -VP3d1 (3d Converter) -Sony DHR-800(receiver) -Ultimate Heaven 3d DLP glasses -DLink Router I bought this Blu-ray player because it has 2 HDMI outputs. This works great for me because my Sony Receiver was non-3d compatible. I also was interested in the 2d-3d conversion.
Summary: There are only a few 3d bluray players this year that have two HDMI outs, and this panasonic is one of them. If you have a non 1.4 HDMI receiver and a 3d tv, this bluray player will allow you to: Send true 3d 1080p video signal to your tv, and send true HD audio to your non 3d compatible receiver. Works great so far. I have not tried to 3d convert non 3d bluray yet. Picture and sound all great once settings were adjusted to liking. Plus free Avatar 3d movie!