Panasonic DMP-BD60GAK Multi-System Blu-ray Disc Player

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Panasonic DMP-BD60GAK Multi-System Blu-ray Disc Player

This is a used item Condition: 9
Shows signs of use, but very clean
Used Cat.# 865584 Mfr # DMP-BD60GAK
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You Pay: $189.00
Product Highlights
  • SD Memory Card Slot
  • USB Input
  • Progressive Scan
  • Viera Cast Compatible
  • BD-Live Capability
  • PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
  • 4:4:4 Signal Technology
  • HD Audio Decode
  • Environment-Friendly

You want the best picture possible, but you also need a multi-system DVD player that can operate anywhere in the world. Panasonic has answered your call with the DMP-BD60GAK Multi-System Blu-ray Disc Player. In addition to producing jaw-dropping images from state-of-the-art Blu-ray discs, the progressive scan DMP-BD60GAK can play HD video in AVCHD format via its SD memory card slot and JPEG images by way of its USB port.

If that's not enough to keep you entertained, the Panasonic's Viera Cast feature lets you access Internet services such as YouTube and Picasa. And, if you have BD-Live capable Blu-ray discs, you can tap into their extra features, such as subtitles, additional images, and even online games, by connecting the DMP-BD60GAK to your home network.

Regardless of the content source, you'll get an optimal picture courtesy of Panasonic's PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus and High-Precision 4:4:4 Signal technologies, which combine to produce exceptionally accurate, film-like images. You'll also be enveloped in thrilling, digitally precise surround sound via the latest 7.1-channel formats enhanced by Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, and DTS-HD.

The DMP-BD60GAK is also a superb music player, extracting all the nuances from your audio discs or MP3 files recorded on DVD-R/R DL, CD-R/RW and USB devices.

With multi-region playback capability, connectivity to multiple A/V components, and multi-format playback, the Panasonic DMP-BD60GAK Multi-System Blu-ray Disc Player delivers unbeatable versatility and reliability.

Note! Will play Region A, B, C Blu-ray discs on any TV. Will play Region 1-6 standard DVDs on a multi-system TV.
This item is imported and it is not supported by a MFR warranty. To support this product B&H Photo provides a 90-day warranty.

SD Memory Card Slot
With the built-in SD memory card slot, you can easily view motion images recorded with an HD camcorder in AVCHD format.

USB Input
You don't have to wait to view your vacation photos. Just connect your digital camera to the Blu-ray player's USB port, and your JPEG images will come alive on your TV.

Progressive Scan
With twice the number of scan lines as an interlaced image, the Blu-ray disc player's progressive scan capability produces a high-definition image that will enhance your viewing enjoyment.

Viera Cast Compatibility
Because the DMP-BD60GAK is compatible with the Viera Cast function, you can access a variety of Internet services, such as YouTube and Picasa, from the special Viera Cast screen. YouTube, for example, lets you watch the newest video clips, and Picasa lets you view Web-based photos.

BD-Live Capability
By connecting the DMP-BD60GAK to your broadband network, you can access additional content such as subtitles, exclusive images, and online games available with many BD-Live-compatible discs.

PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
This high quality image-processing technology developed by Panasonic precisely processes each pixel of the Blu-ray disc video signal in the vertical direction. The result is color data with twice the accuracy of conventional systems.

High-Precision 4:4:4 Signal Technology
Complementing vertical direction processing, Panasonic's 4:4:4 signal technology also processes each pixel of the Blu-ray disc video signal in the horizontal direction. When viewed on a Viera high-end HDTV with 4:4:4 signal compatibility, this technology recreates movie images with the quality of the original film.

HD Audio Decode
The DMP-BD60GAK features decoders that are compatible with all of the latest 7.1-channel surround sound formats used by the Blu-ray disc standard. You'll feel like you're in the middle of the action as the movie envelops you with sound.

Environment-Friendly
With environmentally aware power-saving features such as Intelligent Auto Standby and Standby Power Save, the Panasonic DMP-BD60GAK Blu-ray disc player can truly be considered a green machine.
Video
System PAL/SECAM/NTSC
Region ALL
Progressive Scan Yes
HD Upconversion 1080p
Audio
Dolby Digital / DTS Compatibility Yes
Built-in Decoder Yes
HDCD Decoding HD Audio Decode
Audio D/A Converter 192 kHz/24-bit
Virtual Surround Yes
Bass Management Not Specified by Manufacturer
THX Certified Not Specified by Manufacturer
Disc Playback Formats
Video BD-ROM, BD-Live, BD-R SL, DL, BD-RE SL, DL, DVD-Video, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-R DL, +R, +R DL, +RW, AVCHD
Audio CD, CD-R/-RW, MP3
Pictures JPEG, JPEG HD
Convenience
Digital Media Slot SD
Slow Motion Playback Yes
Frame-by-Frame Playback Yes
Bookmarking Not Specified by Manufacturer
Zoom Yes
Connectors
Analog Component Video x 1
Composite Video x 1
Audio (L/R) x 1
Audio Front (L/R) x 1
Audio Surround (L/R) x 1
Audio Center x 1
Audio Subwoofer x 1
Digital HDMI x 1
Audio (Coaxial) x 1
Audio (Optical) x 1
USB x 1
LAN x 1
Control No
General
Tray Type Single Disc
Remote Yes
Power Requirements 110 – 220 V AC 50/60 Hz
Dimensions (WxHxD) 16.93 x 1.93 x 9.80" (430 x 49 x 249mm)
Weight 5.7 lbs (2.6 kg)
Color Black

Connecting Cables

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Xtreme Cables -  HDMI 1.4 Cable (6', Bulk Polyester Bag)
  • You Pay: $2.99
 

Universal Remotes & Wireless Controllers

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Universal Remote -  RF-10 Master Control Universal Remote Control
  • You Pay: $54.79
 
Transcend -  4GB SDHC Memory Card Class 10
  • You Pay: $8.88
 

At least 1GB available storage on a SDHC media card and an internet connection is required to access BD-Live content (Blu-ray Profile 2.0)

Care & Cleaning

Maxell -  DVD-LC DVD Lens Cleaner
  • You Pay: $4.59
 
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