Panasonic DMP-BD35 & DMP-BD55 Features

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    HD Networking
    Entertainment Offered Only with Blu-ray DiscsTM
    BD-Live* lets users access to the Internet to download data such as images and subtitles, and to join in quizzes and multi-player interactive games that are linked to bonus cinema content contained on Blu-ray DiscsTM.
    *BD-ROM Profile 2
    *Actual functions vary depending on the Blu-ray DiscTM media.

    BONUSVIEW* lets users view Picture-in-Picture (which displays a second image in a sub-window) and Audio Mixing (which lets you switch the sound between the main and sub-windows) while a cinema is playing.
    *BD-ROM Profile 1 Ver.1.1
    *Actual functions vary depending on the Blu-ray DiscTM media.

    Instant Viewing of Recorded Movies and Photos
    Linking with an HD Camcorder
    The DMP-BD35/55 can play back AVCHD-format images shot with an HD camcorder, such as the Panasonic HDC-SD100. Images recorded onto the camcorder's SD Memory Card are output directly from their HDMI terminals in their original, high-quality 1920 x 1080 resolution

    Linking with a Digital Camera
    The DMP-BD35/55 can play back JPEG still images on an SD Memory Card, such as those recorded with a Lumix digital camera. They can output the images to 1920 x 1080 resolution – ideal for a Full-HD TV – and output them via the HDMI terminal* Using the Slideshow playback feature, you can play a music CD at the same time you're showing the photos, so viewers enjoy both beautiful images and your favourite music.
    *JPEG and other still image sources converted to 1920 x 1080 resolution, while of high quality, will exhibit somewhat lower subjective image resolution than true, native 1080p Full-HD sources.

    Easy Linked Operation with a Single Remote Control
    VIERA Link – Seamless GUI
    Simply press the VIERA Link button on the VIERA’s remote control and select "Player" on the VIERA Link Menu screen. The Blu-ray Disc™ player's menu will display on the TV screen, and you can begin playback of a Blu-ray discTM or select from the Blu-ray discTM menu

    Authentic Sound

    Compatible with All New Audio Codecs of Blu-ray DiscTM
    HD Audio Decoding and HDMI Out
    The DMP-BD35/55 can decode HD Audio (Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby® Digital Plus and DTSTM-HD) and output 7.1ch digital audio signal. The resulting audio is studio master quality sound. This signal can also be connected to an HDMI compatible receiver that does not support HD Audio Codec.

    Smooth, Heart-Warming Surround Sound
    7.1ch Analogue Out (DMP-BD55 Only)
    The 7.1-channel analogue signal converted by the new 192kHz D/A converter is transmitted in high quality. This signal can be connected to a receiver that does not support HDMI.

    Reproduction of Dynamic Sound Ambience
    96kHz Surround Re-master
    The DMP-BD35/55 performs 96kHz sampling and re-mastering of 48kHz lossless audio signals as well as sound signals with data that is lost due to compression. This increases the sound information and adds a dynamic, life-like sound ambience to the cinema reproduction.
    *CD sampling is done at 88.2 kHz.

    An Audio Design with Uncompromising Quality
    High Quality Sound Parts of the DMP-BD55
    The DMP-BD55 maximizes the high-quality sound performance of the Blu-ray DiscTM to enhance living room viewing enjoyment with beautiful, true-to-life sound.
    New 192KHz/24bit Audio DAC
    The digital noise is reduced and analogue interference of the clock noise is prevented.

    Electrolytic Capacitor
    Polyolefin sleeve and OFC lead to sharp and crisp audio.

    Copper Foil Film Capacitor
    Low impedance for high-quality sound

    Ultra-Low-Impedance Electrolytic Capacitor
    OFC lead for powerful bass and a high S/N ratio.

    World's First* Single-Chip Signal Processing LSI
    Advanced micro-processing has enabled Panasonic to fit the world's first signal processing circuit onto a single LSI chip. This single LSI chip for Blu-ray DiscTM Player enables high quality image and sound reproduction, a slim design, and lower power consumption.
    *As of May 20, 2008, Panasonic survey.

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