When it comes to finding a 3D Blu-ray player the home console might not be enough, especially if you own a PS3 then the hardware has aged pretty well by now. If you are really into your 3D movie experience, then you will want only the best and a Panasonic 3D Blu-ray player can deliver that along with 2d-to-3d conversion.
Panasonic has setup a dedicated page for their 3D Blu-ray player that they tag as a “true cinema experience”, so if you want to understand a lot more about why Panasonic could be the choice for you then you should see their dedicated hub. This page explains the main features for their 3D Blu-ray players and aims to highlight the selling points before the busy shopping season.
Some of the main features you will find on a Panasonic Full-HD 3D Blu-ray player include Adaptive Chroma processing, full HD up-sampling, video on demand in HD quality, full HD up-sampling and 2d-to-3d conversion. The latter option will allow users to convert standard Blu-ray and DVD movies into 3D with what’s expected to be a natural depth perception.
Below this article we have included videos for a number of Panasonic’s 3D Blu-ray players and these include the DMP-BDT330, DMP-BDT230 and DMP-BDT130. Take a closer look at these short videos highlighting the main features, and then leave a comment below with your thoughts on these and other 3D Blu-ray players.
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