January 5th 2011 11:24 pm

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TechRadar says:

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If you're in the market for a basic Blu-ray player that serves up eye-popping pictures, and you have no need for bells and whistles, then you could do far worse than plump for the DMP-BD75. quote


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Critic reviews

6.8
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  • Video quality
    8.0
  • Audio quality
    7.0
  • Media support
    7.6

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User reviews

7.0
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  • Video quality
    8.0
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    8.0
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    6.0
6.0
Pocket-Lint Apr 21, 2011

If you're after a solid and dependable Blu-ray player there’s few better than this Panasonic, but if your digital ambitions stretch beyond playing-back the odd DivX file or photo collection we suggest you look elsewhere.

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8.0
What Hi-Fi Mar 28, 2011

So while 12 months ago a Blu-ray player of this quality, at this price, would have been met with delight mixed with incredulity, these days the Panasonic’s just fractionally off the pace.

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7.0
TrustedReviews Mar 1, 2011

If you honestly don’t have the funds to plough into one of Panasonic’s forthcoming higher-end players, or you’re simply not bothered about 3D ... then the Panasonic might be worth investigating by virtue of its wonderful picture quality and excellent new operating system – plus you get DLNA.

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7.0
HD Guru Jun 14, 2011

For under $100, it’s hard to find fault with the DMP-BD75. Sure it could use more streaming providers, it’s not 3D, and it doesn’t have wireless, but in reality, for a value oriented Blu-ray player it’s excellent.

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6.0
TechRadar May 6, 2011

If you're in the market for a basic Blu-ray player that serves up eye-popping pictures, and you have no need for bells and whistles, then you could do far worse than plump for the DMP-BD75.

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