Panasonic DMP-BD10A review

3 stars
£700.00
Panasonic’s original Blu-ray player is back. But are some small tweaks and a big price drop enough to make it the must-have hi-def disc spinner?

We liked Panasonic’s original Blu-Ray player, the DMP-BD10, but found it hard to love. While it showed hints of the format’s remarkable visual and aural talents, its DVD playback was disappointing and the wallet-pounding £1200 price tag was way too much.

The Panasonic is also one of the few Blu-ray players to sport 7.1 analogue outputs and overall it offers an open, dynamic and detailed sound that can compete with the best.

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Panasonic DMP-BD10A

The price drop makes the BD10A alluring, but it still can’t compete with rivals from Pioneer and Sony
Panasonic DMP-BD10A review
3 stars
£700.00
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