Summary: I have a samsung 3d ready tv that I thought I might have to replace. Thanks to other reviews setting me straight I was able find the right player and watch beautiful 3d. Works perfect and company did well with packaging. Exceptionally satisfied.
Summary: This thing claims it can support multimedia from external hard drives or flash drives. What it doesn't tell you is that you have to chunk all your old drives and buy new panasonic made sd cards or drives compatible to the panasonic player. I bought it to stream mlb.tv games through my blu ray player because it claims that you can. What it does not say is that you have to buy a viera account for $129 a year to make it happen.
Summary: I had this product for just over a year and the drive system completely died. While it worked, it did work great but the unit decided to give up the ghost right after the warranty expired. I highly recommend going to the newer 2011 model (DMP-BDT310). It has all of the same features (including dual HDMI outputs) except no component and 5.1 analog output. I'm a bit dissapointed with Panasonic. This player should have lasted a lot longer.
Summary: After considerable research I focused in on the shutter-based 3D solution. The result was extremely satisfying, matching the other reviews and reports from similar customers. The fixed polarized solutions fail with any head tilt or angle of viewing outside the sweet spot. The Blu-ray player arrived in perfect condition, functioned as advertised, and has a wonderful bright, crisp, and balanced playback.
Summary: I have a Mitsu DLP that requires 3-D checkerboard input. I also have a HDMI 1.3 receiver. As such, I would need a dual hdmi 3-D bluray player. Only the Panny BDT350 and the Sammy C-6900/7900 has dual hdmi outputs...but only the Panny has the ability to output checkerboard. With the Sammy, going to have to purchase a Mitsu checkerboard converter kit. Purchasing the additional hardware for the Sammy was not much of an issue; I was more concerned about performance.
Summary: it's the best blu-ray player out there with two HDMI ports (the only player that have that one for the video and one for the sound )also the network setup for this thing is straight forward not to mention you can update the firmware form the player itself (no more usb updates ) this blu-ray deserve every $ you put in it
Summary: This player is suppose to work directly with Samsung 67 inch 1080p 3D DLP HL67A750 without 3-D kit but I can't get my Sam to highlight the 3-D popup to run the player in 3d. Can anybody with the Sam Panasonic combo help me please in the Sam setup?
Summary: Bought the DMP-BDT350 to replace the Sony PS3 that my Son took to College. Kind of like upgrading from a Pentium 4 to an i7 Processor! Boots and Loads soooo much faster. My display is a Samsung 57" LED driven DLP, and it looks Superb! BIG NOTE here though... bought mine at Best Buy which is usually over-priced... for only $439... $50 cheaper that the inflated price here !!!