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The DMP-BD10, is Panasonic's first Blu-ray Player to the market.
The Panasonic DMP-BD10A, the second-generation of the player which was released in 2007, has all of the same features you'd expect, but without recording functionality. This was done to try and reduce the manufacturing costs.
This Blu-ray Player gives you a level of image and sound processing quality that is something you've never seen before.
The DMP-BD10 supports CDs and DVDs as standard, but this also includes the feature of discs recorded with AVCHD Camcorders.
The BD10 contained a BD-R drive, but Panasonic decided to disable the write feature via the hardware-based firmware.
A typical Blu-ray disc can contain a huge amount of video and audio data. To unleash the full potential, you'll need a Blu-ray player that can provide 62.2 million pixel-per-second video processing plus audio features which is around 1,000 times more than typical CD player.
The DMP-BD10 obviously goes far beyond those specifications coming from a company such as Panasonic. It can handle 15 billion pixel-per second processing speeds and a great 192kHz/24bit audio output for each of all eight channels.
Panasonic pay special attention to the features in easy operation of their equipment. The DMP-BD10 comes equipped with HDAVI Control, a special function that allows the linking of the operation of an HDAVI Control compatible TV and receiver, this means you can control both at the same time with a single button on a single remote.
With the DMP-BD10, Panasonic is now inviting you to realise an entirely new field of high definition entertainment, this includes High Definition video output along with amazing audio quality which goes beyond anything you've previously experienced.