The stylish DMP-BDT460 brings exceptional quality disc playback and premium Networking to your home. This full-HD 3D Blu-ray disc player is complete with 4K(UHD) up-scaling, Web Browser and Internet Apps, giving you access to the best of the web, including BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube. Miracast and 4K JPEG is also supported along with twin HDMI output.
The beauty of upgrading to a Blu-ray Disc player is that not only can you enjoy the highest picture quality in high definition, but you can also continue to play back your collection of DVDs and CDs. But it doesn't stop there, Xvid, MKV, MP4, JPEG, FLAC, AAC, WMA and MP3 are all supported file formats making this player a true multi-media device.
Ultra High Definition TVs and projectors are now available that offer 4 times the resolution of Full HD. With 3840 x 2160 pixels making up the image, reproduction with extremely high detail and colour clarity is possible. Content from Blu-ray disc is upscaled for display on these new UHD screens with amazing clarity and detail that out performs Full HD. For 4K2K playback a TV with same resolution is required.
By connecting this device to your Broadband router, you can access a wide range of internet services such as catch-up TV, sports news, weather info, movies-on-demand and games. Internet Apps not only offers users great convenience but also widens your choice of entertainment. You can enjoy a wide variety of Internet content with family and friends, via your Blu-ray player and large screen TV, even if you don't own a smart TV.
This player can access content stored on other DLNA-certified products on your home network, even if they're in another room. Enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) stored on a Windows 7 (or above) PC, for example, by simply connecting to a home network (LAN), either wired or wirelessly.
This Panasonic product is compatible with external hard disk drives connected via USB. You can enjoy music (FLAC, WAV, WMA and MP3), photos (JPEG), and video content (MKV, Xvid, MP4 and Mpeg2) archived on an external HDD. Most drives are compatible, even the latest NTFS (New Technology File System) format. Playback is not guaranteed with all external HDD models.