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The Panasonic DMP-BD10 now supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD audio. Halleluiah. This is made possible through a firmware upgrade that not only adds these audio decoders but also improves Panasonic's HDMI control scheme and improves playability along with stability. All owners of this Blu-ray player n

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This week at CeBIT Panasonic introduced the DMP-BD10A, which is a revision to the DMP-BD10. Among other things the A revision brings with it advanced CODEC support including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD. We are excited about the support, but wonder if the revision is nothing more than the firmware update

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The Panasonic DMP-BD10 is the second standalone Blu-ray player to become available, not quite making its expected September launch but sneaking onto store shelves near you this month. Was it worth the wait and/or the $1,300 price tag? Compared to the Samsung BD-P1000 player, reviewers note a slight

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The Panasonic DMP-BD10 is the second standalone Blu-ray player to become available, not quite making its expected September launch but sneaking onto store shelves near you this month. Was it worth the wait and/or the $1,300 price tag? Compared to the Samsung BD-P1000 player, reviewers note a slight

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In lieu of somebody actually releasing one of these Blu-ray players, Panasonic is getting \"official\" on their DMP-BD10 and have a price and some accessories to hopefully keep us entertained until it all drops in September. It looks like they're hoping to hit the premium end of the already pricey

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Panasonic officially announced their first Blu-ray player, the DMP-BD10, still due in September. They also announced the retail price of $1299.95. It will (of course) play back Blu-ray discs and upconvert all other video content to 1080p via HDMI. They also mention their proprietary P4HD technology

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Finalized versions of Blu-ray hardware have been popping up all over the place lately, with Panasonic revealing the simple design of its DMP-BD10 player earlier this week, and now BenQ's BW1000 three-in-one burner shows up in both internal and external flavors, courtesy of AVING. In case you hadn't

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Ohhhh. Ahhhh. That's what we all did around the HDBeat lair with this new Blu-Ray p0rn. This is what I4U claims to be the final design from Panasonic. We sure hope so 'cause these are nice looking. The clean lines and fancy front plate looks nice and sleek. We wish that there was a MSRP somewhere, b

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I4U got their hands on photos of what Panasonic is claiming to be the final design of their first consumer Blu-ray player, the DMP-BD10, pictured here with the company's SA-XR700 receiver. As you can see, Panny has dropped most of the external controls we saw on their prototype at CES, and implemen

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Panasonic announced today that their DMP-BD10 Blu-Ray player will be release in September to coincide with the release of their first 1080p Plasma. The price has not been set yet, but I would guess it will be the magic number of $999, Panasonic will only state that it will cost under $1500. Things a

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