This model achieves high-quality sound with high grade audio parts for analogue audio lovers. High-precision analogue audio processing by four independent 192kHz 32bit audio DACs for 7.1-channel sound minimizes noise. Highly durable corrosion-resistant gold plated terminals maintain the high sound quality.
TWIN HDMI for digital audio processing can create an ideal acoustic environment for the audio receiver. Additional output can be dedicated for audio output. Less interference from the video signal creates an ideal environment for the audio receiver to achieve pure, high quality sound.
DLNA-certified Blu-ray Disc™ Player is easy to use with your home network. Share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA*) and videos (AVCHD, WMV*) by simply connecting to a home network (LAN). For example, you can install a special app on your smartphone and use it to access a DLNA-certified PC via a Wi-Fi router in another room. The DIGA recorder and PC work as a DLNA server where your collection of movies, photos and videos is stored. *WMA and WMV playback only via DLNA, from a Windows 7 or later PC.
Adaptive Chroma Processing is a high quality image-processing technology developed to precisely process each pixel of Blu-ray Disc™ video signals in the vertical and horizontal directions. Vertical colour data has been increased 1.5 times (compared with 2010 models), allowing Adaptive Chroma Processing to reproduce colour data more faithfully than ever before.
Panasonic has been studying the sound of vacuum tube amplifiers for over years. And now, we are able to faithfully simulate the characteristics of the distinctive warm comforting sound of the tube amplifiers. With this feature, 6 different kinds sound of vacuum tubes with different personalities can be enjoyed.
"This is a sumptuous - sounding player that will have you delving into your CD collection with glee"
DMP-BDT500, Home Cinema Choice, Best Buy Award, 01 June 2012
"Panasonic has done it again - this player delivers a truly captivating performance."
DMP-BDT500, What Hi-Fi?, 5 Stars, 01 July 2012