Panasonic DMP-BDT330

87
Global
Score
87

An all-around great product that's among the best in its category. You'll almost certainly be happy.

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Engadget Summary

Panasonic's BDT330 Blu-ray player has a stylish design and superb image quality, but its smart features aren't the best. Critics praised the BDT300's audio and video, with What Hi-Fi saying noting its "spectacular picture" and sound that is "smooth and authoritative." However, it stumbles in the smart features department, offering a variety of services but not as many as competing players, topping that off with a built-in browser that Trusted Reviews found "too slow and cumbersome." The BDT300 works well as a primary Blu-ray player with its superb image quality and 4K upscaling ability, but it doesn't quite cut the mustard as an all-in-one device.

from $294.62+

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Breakdown

Media support
7.3
Video quality
8.8
Audio quality
9.0
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Specs

DMP-BDT330

Type
Blu-ray, DVD
Upscaling
yes
Video outputs
HDMI
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Specs

DMP-BDT330

Type
Blu-ray, DVD
Upscaling
yes
Video outputs
HDMI
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