Posted Fri Apr 12, 2013 at 09:30 AM PDT by Brian Hoss
Panasonic now offering six different Blu-ray models including a 3D 4K scaling option.
Panasonic is now offering its previously announced 2013 Blu-ray players. The four new models and two carryovers host media capabilities beyond Blu-ray with external HDD playback, web browsing, and Wi-Fi capabilities.
Each 3D Blu-ray player offers 2D-3D conversion with the DMP-BDT330 also counting 4K scaling and win HDMI ports among its features.
The DMP-BDT500 3D Blu-ray player is being marketed as "Premium Sound Capable" and boasts of four independent 193 kHz 32-bit audio DACs. A host of smart features including Viera Connect, Skype, DLNA compatibility, web browser, four-user settings package, and smartphone control round out the players feature set. Twin HDMI ports and 7.1 analog RCA jacks are there to ensure a proper fit with most home theater configurations.
The DMP-BDT500 is available to order here.
Source: Electronic House
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