For the past few years, Sony and Panasonic have been at the forefront of Blu-ray technology. The format was developed and pioneered by Sony, which makes the company a top authority on the subject; especially when it comes to image quality. Panasonic, meanwhile, has introduced many firsts into the Australian market, including the first wireless Internet model and the first Blu-ray recorder.
If you're after plenty of inbuilt features and unmatched 1080p video quality; Sony and Panasonic are arguably the way to go.
In the following article, we present our in-depth reviews of every Sony and Panasonic Blu-ray player currently on the market. To read the full review, click on the image of each Blu-ray player.
4 / 15
The Panasonic DMP-BDT300 is a 3D-enabled Blu-ray disc player that's quiet and fast, and it can access the Viera Cast suite of Internet features as well as media files from your home network. Apart from its expensive price, it is an excellent device.
- Review Date:
- 21st July, 2010
- Campbell Simpson