Panasonic DMR-PWT550EB Smart 3D 4K Blu-ray Player

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The Panasonic DMR-PWT550EB Blu-Ray Player offers an abundance of great entertainment and a host of image-enhancing functions. Packed into its compact form is Freeview Play and a HDD Recorder so you never miss your favourite programme, movie or drama. And with TV Anywhere, you can even watch and record content at home, or away.

4K video playback & archiving The Panasonic Blu-ray player has the ability to boost standard and Full HD video content to the same quality as 4K Ultra-HD – that’s four times the resolution of Full HD alone. This achieves a stunning picture quality which displays images in a more vibrant colour and in more detail too.

Better still, the DMR-PWT550EB is enabled with Wi-Fi so it can access a range of online applications from Netflix and YouTube to social media like Facebook and Twitter. No matter which movies or video clips you are watching, they will be streamed in near 4K quality for a crystal clear, immersive viewing experience. High quality, 3D pictures Even with a Full HD Blu-ray DVD, this Panasonic Blu-ray player can deliver high levels of detail. Compatible with Full HD 3D TVs, it can also convert 2D to 3D which makes it ideal for your active or passive 3D TV. And with the latest Adaptive Chrome Processing technology, each pixel is precisely processed in the vertically or horizontal directions for a more true-to-life colour reproduction.