Player Panasonic DMP-BDT210 - review, features, reviews

Judging by the reviews on the Internet, with the Panasonic DMP-BDT210 model, which occupies the highest position in the company's lineup, few people are familiar, and this is one of the most interesting players in general. Outwardly, it is not very remarkable: its design is rather modest, without features distinguishing it from other components, but at the same time being quite versatile, due to which the player will look equally good in a rack with equipment and just on the shelf next to the TV. However, there is a detail here that anyone who sees the DMP-BDT210 will notice closely: it’s a small sign that says “Touch-Free Sensor” on the top panel next to the 3D Blu-ray logo. It acts as a contactless button for opening the disc tray. You spend it with your hand - the tray leaves, you spend it again - it closes. And this sensor works even when the player is turned off. It would seem a trifle, but after using it a couple of times, the usual buttons (and even the touch buttons!) Seem to be an anachronism.


The other functions are controlled in the usual way, while, in addition to the classic remote control attached to the model, you can use the iPhone to call all functions by installing the appropriate software application on it and connecting the player to the local network. The last operation can be performed without a twisted-pair cable to the device - it is equipped with a built-in Wi-Fi adapter that supports, among others, the 802.11p standard. True, the player connected in this way will be able to read only relatively light multimedia files over the network: music to MP3, photos and quite small HD video in MKV, AVI and AVCHD containers, and the stability of playback will depend on the structure and on the video bitrate, and from the download and quality of the wireless network. When using a cable, playback reliability is increased by an order of magnitude, but Panasonic DMP-BDT210 reluctantly opens large files with a resolution of 1080p, and does not support remuxes with the VC-1 video codec. However, this is already progress, because after playing the high-definition movie from USB-drives, the player can, according to the old tradition, only if they are formatted using the exFAT Linux standard.The device does not understand the usual formatting in NTFS.


The model is generally more focused on the reproduction of optical disks and the use of special network functions. This is one of the few players, in no way inferior to the same-name TVs in terms of the capabilities of Smart TV, called through the proprietary interface VIERA Cast. In addition to the usual TV applications, it even has Skype! Yes, the player allows you to communicate on any TV via the Internet, displaying a picture in HD 720p, for which the back panel has a USB port for an optional webcam with a microphone.


Optical media due to the powerful processor UniPhier - Panasonic's own design - it reproduces brilliantly. The quality of presentation of material from conventional Blu-ray discs and from 3D Blu-ray can be compared only with models on Marvel Qdeo chips, which cost several times more. The picture from the DVD is also very good, but only under the condition of initially high-quality recording: it is extremely detailed for this standard, without jags on oblique lines in general and with perfect transfer of movements, but not soft - transfer flaws are clearly visible. The Panasonic DMP-BDT210 review turned out to be brief, but roomy and understandable.

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