Take your home theater experience to the next level with the flagship Panasonic DMP-BDT310 Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (Black). Feature-rich and built to wow, this showpiece is more than a Blu-ray player. While it pairs seamlessly with any HDTV, it also features Skype video calling, online streaming, support for interactive movie extras, and it even lets you kick back and use your iPhone as a remote control.
Of course, you can rely on the DMP-BDT310 to deliver stunning high resolution images in full HD 1080p as well as 3D content to create an immersive, wraparound experience in your own living room. Whether it's the latest Blockbuster hit on Blu-ray or a classic film on DVD, this disc player is capable of providing rich, vivid images fine tuned with Panasonic's PHL processing. And to give you the full cinematic experience, it supports several high resolution audio formats from Dolby and DTS so you can enjoy a detailed sound field whether you have a surround sound system or just two speakers.
But, so much of the features that sweeten the deal with this disc player happen when you connect it to your home internet connection (no adapter needed -- it has built-in Wi-Fi). You can transform your living room into a gateway for entertainment from the internet with online streaming, which opens up a gamut of additional content right at your fingertips. With Panasonic's VIERA Cast, you can access content from Netflix, CinemaNow, VUDU and more (some services are subscription-based). You can also take advantage of movie extras like exclusive filmmaker chats, quizzes and previews since this disc player supports BD Live -- and with BONUSVIEW, you can use the picture-in-picture display to watch entertainment simultaneously, with one displayed in a smaller window.
However, one of the DMP-BDT310's biggest boasts is that it has twin HDMI outputs for audio and video. This means you can hook it up to a legacy A/V receiver and still enjoy 3D video with HD audio soundtracks simultaneously, even if your receiver lacks HDMI 1.4 ports. And with a futuristic touch-free sensor, a simple wave of your hand over the disc player opens and closes the disc tray, without touching any buttons!