All-time low: £129.99 on 19/10/2016
The Panasonic DMP-BDT370 Blu-ray player can take your viewing experience to the next level. Experience superb picture quality with 4K upscaling and enjoy a world of entertainment across a wireless network. With strong connections across the home Wi-Fi network or via DLNA, the blu-ray player can bring a wealth of content right into your living room.
The T370 can turn Full HD content into ultra-high definition content by upscaling it. Powerful processing works out how to add millions of extra pixels to boost your images with so much more sharpness, texture and detail that you feel like you’re at a digital cinema. To enjoy 4K Upscaling you will also need a 4K/UHD TV. 3D Playback Enjoy your DVDs in 3D for a picture which surrounds you. With Panasonic’s 3D you’ll be even closer to the action with incredible picture quality and colours coming to life through the television – just like when you’re at the cinema.
Panasonic Blu-ray players can access the Internet so they are able to deliver a wide range of online resources, such as video and music streaming services, games and all manner of entertainment and information apps.
The Miracast feature on the Blu-ray player makes it easy for you to share photos and videos stored on your Smartphone with family and friends on the TV. What’s more, since Miracast establishes a direct Wi-Fi connection between your devices, you don’t need to have access to a Wi-Fi router.
The Panasonic Blu-ray players understand the importance of video, music and photo multimedia, offering high-quality playback of Xvid, MKV and MP4. In fact, they can even stream high resolution audio files over your wireless home network, delivering sound quality that reproduces the detail, range and clarity of original studio recordings much more successfully than a normal music CD. DLNA In addition to digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV), you can also share and enjoy 4K JPEG, which is four times the resolution (pixel count) of Full-HD, wirelessly by simply connecting to a home network (LAN).