Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-ray player

A basic Blu-ray player with no superfluous 3D or Web features

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 149.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Christy Berry



Netflix option
Freeze up
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I have had this blu-ray player for 3 days and have had so much trouble out of it. After updating the latest firmware 1.33 it locks up and the only way to fix it is to unplug and plug i again. This is very annoying to me and Panasonic needs to fix it. I have read other reviews about it on amazon and other people are having the same problem. This situation needs to be corrected immediatley. If not it really isn't worth the money to purchase!




No internet services, YouTube etc
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Sadly I just assumed that any new Internet enabled BlueRay would have things like YouTube, Picasso etc as a matter of course, really they cost nothing to provide.
My last base model Panasonic did.

So I checked only for internet capability, not that it was actually useful for anything.
I searched the net for reviews but yours is the first tht specifically stated that there were no web features, the others just had Internet and a tick.

Even the home network streaming is pretty flaky, most times it doesn't detect the computer so cant stream.

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