Posted Thu Jan 18, 2007 at 12:39 AM PST by
Panasonic has released the latest firmware upgrade for its DMP-BD10 Blu-ray Disc Player, enhancing the picture quality via HDMI outputs and other error-correction stability features.
Panasonic posted the firmware, dubbed Version 1.4, to its official download site this week.
Highlights of the upgrade include the following:
• Picture quality improvement via HDMI
• Enhanced playability and stability of Blu-ray discs
• Better response of chapter skip operations
• Support of the discs recorded on Panasonic AVC-HD Camcorders
For those unable or opting not to download the upgrade (which requires the ability to burn it to a CD-R via a PC), Panasonic is also offering a firmware CD to registered consumers via postal mail.
For more information on the CD version of the upgrade, visit Panasonic's Global Service Center Network web site.
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