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Panasonic DMP-BD75EB-K Ultra Fast Booting 2D Blu-Ray Disc Player


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  • Blu-ray player with quick multi-format playback
  • Multi-room sharing
  • New stylish graphical user interface
  • Compact main unit--slimmer than last year's models
  • 1080p Up-Conversion

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Blu-ray players and DVD players sold by Amazon.co.uk play UK (Region Two) Blu-ray discs and DVDs only. Discs from other regions will not play on these products.


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Panasonic DMP-BD75EB-K Ultra Fast Booting 2D Blu-Ray Disc Player + HDMI Gold Plated 1080p Cable 2m v1.4 Lead for all Panasonic Blu Ray Player's - see Description for Compatibility list + iZKABasics - High Speed HDMI to HDMI 1M Cable - 24K Gold Connectors - For Use With SKY HD, Blu-Ray, DVD, PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, Mini Computer, Philips, Toshiba, LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Mitsubishi, Vizio, Sony, Apple TV, Plasma LCD LED HD TV, Virgin Box etc - Type A to Type A - 1.4V Supports Ethernet / 3D / Audio Return (Life Time Warranty)
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  • Important Information About Firmware Updates: Having trouble with your Blu-ray disc player? Will certain discs just not play? You may need to update the firmware inside your player. Click here to learn more.


Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.9 x 43 x 3.5 cm ; 1.6 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.3 Kg
  • Item model number: DMP-BD75EB-K
  • ASIN: B004MPQR4M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Feb 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,399 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Blu-ray Disc Player. After starting the player, the time it takes from launching the menu to playing a disc is much shorter than in conventional models. Starting and loading the disc from standby is also quick, for more comfortable movie viewing. Using DLNA technology, Blu-ray Disc players can access files on a DLNA server-compliant PC* or high definition recorders (DIGA)**. By simply connecting to a home network (LAN), you can enjoy AVCHD, WMV, DivX, JPEG, MP3 and WMA on your PC or AVCHD files, recorded programmes and JPEG on your DIGA**. * Requires Windows 7 Operating System. The playability may depend on the PC performance. ** The recorder requires wired connection to wireless LAN router.You can enjoy photos, movies and music archived on a USB memory device or external hard disk drive.

Manufacturer's Description

Ultra Fast Start-up and Loading from standby to playback
Life in the fast lane. Enjoy ultra fast start-up and play.

Ultra Fast Start-up and Loading

With the new DMP-BD75, the time it takes from launching the menu to playing a disc is much shorter than in conventional models. Starting and loading the disc from standby is also quick, for more comfortable movie viewing.

Up-scales DVDs to 1080p

1080p up-conversion function converts standard definition (720 x 480 pixels) images from DVD sources to high definition (1920 x 1080pixels) images. These up-converted signals draw out the maximum performance of an HDMI compatible1080p HDTV, giving you vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed high-resolution images to enjoy.

Stream Videos, Photos and Music from PC with DLNA
Stream your digital media from your PC to your TV. Click here to see more information.

Stream Videos, Photos and Music from PC with DLNA

Using DLNA technology, Blu-ray Disc™ players can access files on a DLNA server-compliant PC* or high definition recorders (DIGA). By simply connecting to a home network (LAN), you can enjoy AVCHD, WMV, DivX, JPEG, MP3 and WMA files on your PC or AVCHD files, recorded programmes and JPEG on your DIGA.

* Requires Windows 7 Operating System. The playability may depend on the PC performance.

New Super Easy Menus

A stylish and simple menu design is achieved by using large menu icons and illustrations. The FULL HD Blu-ray Disc™ player now features a simple menu, and thanks to its one-click action, you simply place the remote control cursor onto the menu item that you want to choose, and the menu proceeds smoothly to the next screen. It's easy, even for first-time users.

Compact Design

This new model is more compact than Panasonic 2010 models, with a height that's 14mm* lower for the Blu-ray Disc™ players, and a depth that's 20mm* shorter for the Blu-ray Disc™ players. The reduced height allows the player and the main unit to fit into slim and stylish AV racks. The carton box volume for Blu-ray Disc™ players is also reduced by 50%* to raise transportation efficiency and help reduce CO2 emissions.

* Compared with the DMP-BD65 2010 model.

USB Slot for Videos, Photos and Music Playback
View or listen to your digital media stored on a USB storage device.

USB Slot for Videos, Photos and Music Playback

You can enjoy photos, movies and music archived on a USB memory device or external hard disk drive*.

* Compatible only with FAT 32 file systems. Playback is not possible with some external hard disk drives.

Up-scales DVDs to 1080p

1080p up-conversion function converts standard definition (720 x 480 pixels) images from DVD sources to high definition (1920 x 1080pixels) images. These up-converted signals draw out the maximum performance of an HDMI compatible1080p HDTV, giving you vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed high-resolution images to enjoy.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

220 of 227 people found the following review helpful By D. Walsh on 27 April 2011
Panasonic DMP-BD75EB-K Ultra Fast Booting 2D Blu-Ray Disc Player

Purchased this player as a second Blu-Ray deck to go in the bedroom, I have another Panasonic deck in the front room hooked up to my Onkyo amp as such simply wanted a reasonably priced unit for watching movies in bed.

This player ticked the boxes - I had no requirement for 3D Blu-Ray (mainly because that is a fad) and have faith in the Panasonic brand as they consistently turn out well made, well performing reliable players.

The player arrived swiftly and was a breeze to setup, connect to the TV via HDMI cable, turn it on, run through the set up menu and it's all done.

Load time from the player is very quick - blu ray players have a tendacy to be a bit sluggish when loading a disc but not this, nice and quick - nearly as rapid as a DVD. It's also very responsive to commands from the remote.

Picture quality is fantastic hooked up to my 32inch samsung, images are vibrant and full of detail, motion handling is top notch. Sound quality is first rate too, though it is only hookd up to a pair of stereo speakers - no 5.1 setup in the bedroom.

Overall this is a fantastic Blu-Ray player which is well priced and is of great quality. I'd easily recommend it and it gets 5 Stars without hesitation.
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88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 20 July 2011
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This player has shown to be an excellent purchase. It loads the disk considerable quicker than previous generation blu-ray players, and provides an excellent picture and sound.
It is almost silent whilst running, and the build quality is excellent, like all Panasonic items. My only niggle, is that I have not found a way to run a movie with
the correct aspect ratio, from a USB stick. It insists on running in 4:3 ratio instead of 16:9.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By D. V. Breckell on 21 July 2011
Easy setup, fast Blu-Ray load times, DVD Upscaling and good solid build quality.

I personally found the player to be quiet in operation.

If your looking for an entry level (non 3D) player then this ticks all the boxes.
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154 of 164 people found the following review helpful By DaveL on 25 Aug 2011
Having owned a decent DVD recorder/player for quite some time now, I decided to venture into the world of blu-ray by purchasing the Panasonic DMP-BD75 entry-level player. It was very important for me to get a player that does a fair job of upscaling DVD, and I wasn't disappointed by the excellent picture quality this model gives when playing standard def. DVDs. Blu-ray picture quality was also extremely crisp and rich. BUT. having said this, I'm only giving it three stars and won't be using it due to the following MAJOR issue.

I returned the device to Amazon for a refund, due to an unacceptably high buzzing noise from the player, evident during blu-ray playback. This wasn't too noticeable for DVD playback, but it really did spoil enjoyment of blu-ray discs. I believe this kind of noise-on-disc-read is not uncommon among lower-budget devices - it has been mentioned in other reviews - a real shame, because without this really off-putting hum, it would surely be a killer budget device.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By TNS on 15 Oct 2012
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This Blu Ray Player is a good value for money item.

The Player itself is slim and looks stylish with a fairly robust remote.

Looking at the other reviews, the only negative comments were that it is noisy when playing Blu Ray Discs. I bought it to play DVD Discs so this did not put me off buying it. (I have recently bought a Blu Ray Disc.)

I can confirm on my model, DVD Playback was quiet. With Blu Rays the nise form the player was 'audible' but was not overly loud at a distance of less than 1 metre. If you are watching a Blu ray Disc and sitting more than a 1 meter away from the Player, the noise will not distract you from the movie.

Please note due to the 'value' of the player, the only connection it has is an HDMI connection and the cable is NOT supplied!

The Blu Ray Discs compared to the DVD discs do seem to take a while for the machine to operate! It took so long that I thought it was broken at first but you have to be slightly patient for the Blu Ray disc to start.

(If you stop the machine (playing a BR/DVD) and switch it off, the machine will start the BR/ DVD disc from the point you stopped it next time you switch it on and press play.)
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By G. Davies on 25 July 2011
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I bought this cheapish - in price only - machine just because I wanted a bluray player for the bedroom.

It's ended up in our lounge hooked up to the Onkyo sound system because it's fab. Also through the usb connection it will play any file except mp4 that I throw at it including music and movies.

It also reads nfts disks fine.

All in all a lovely player and well worth the £65.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By MerC on 25 Nov 2011
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After messing about with my Samsung DMP for half a day, trying to get it to play the BluRay version of Conan the Barbarian, I eventually gave up. When I upgraded the firmware (as advised) it stopped playing ANY BDs. I had always found problems with certain titles - it would not, for instance, play all the Godfather movies unless the region were changed between discs. Loading ANY BD took ages. It will probably need an engineer to reset it and even then it probably will still have problems, being yesterday's technology.
Searching Amazon I came across the Panasonic DMP-BD75EB and could not at first believe the price. I ordered one and as usual with Amazon it arrived almost as soon as the email telling me it had shipped. Power lead in, HDMI cable out of the Samsung and into the Panasonic and away we go. Conan played immediately and so did all the Godfathers. Loading is very quick. I didn't even bother at first to change any of the factory default settings. The Menu for doing this, if need be, is reminiscent of Windows Media Centre and very easy to use. The audio capabilities appear to be impressive, but not having a proper audio system I can't comment further.
The unit will connect to the internet using an Ethernet cable (no WiFi), so you can enjoy features such as automatic firmware upgrades and BD Live. There is a very convenient front USB port, which will accept USB sticks. It also takes my Integral and Belkin card readers (with the cards in place) and displays all the photos on it, something it does not mention specifically in the instructions. The Remote has larger than normal keys, very clearly labelled and very convenient to use.
All-in-all a decently priced BD player with the extras you'd expect from a modern budget unit, and then some.
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