Panasonic today introduced its new Blu-ray Disc player lineup, with models DMP-BD45, DMP-BD65, DMP-BD85, and the first Panasonic player with support of 3D Blu-ray: the DMP-BDT350. As with most players announced today, Netflix support is now included. Availability is expected for spring 2010, but no pricing information has been divulged at this time.
Key model features are as follows:
PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
SD memory card port
Like the DMP-BD45, with the additional features:
VIERA CAST: Amazon Video on Demand, YouTube, Google's Picasa Web Album, Bloomberg, Weather Channel, Netflix, Pandora, Twitter and Fox Sports.
Wireless LAN capability (wireless LAN adaptor DY-WL10 sold separately)
High definition audio decoder (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio Essential)
96kHz surround re-master
Like the DMP-BD65, with the additional features:
Wireless LAN adaptor
HDMI Jitter Purifier
Digital Tube Sound Simulator to produce the warm, realistic sounds associated with a tube amplifier
Gold plated terminals
192kHz-24 bit D/A converter
7.1 analog audio outputs
There are no product details for the DMP-BDT350 at this time.