Just yesterday we wrote about Panasonic’s new 3D plasma HDTV, the TH-P54VT and the TH-P50VT. Now today they have announced three a new 3D blu-ray player and three 3D blu-ray recorders, completing the 3D setup!
The 3D expiable blu-ray player is the Panasonic DMP-BDT900-K. It makes use of the latest Advanced AVC Engine and interestingly features component output and two HDMI outputs, which we assume support the latest HDMI 1.4 standard. Other ports include Ethernet LAN, and a SDXC memory card reader which can read and playback JPEG photos, along with MPEG-2/4 AVC / H.264 videos.
DLNA is also supported enabling network media streaming from your home network. The Panasonic DMP-BDT900-K should be available from April 29th.
On to the 3D Blu-ray recorder side of things.
The Panasonic DMR-BWT recorder range is available in three models with different size storage space. The Panasonic DMR-BWT3000 is the largest with 2TB of storage, then the DMR-BWT2000 with 1TB, and finally the DMR-BWT1000 with 750GB.
All three players have the same ports and functions as the DMP-BDT900-K, but with the 2TB and 1TB models featuring 2x HDMI outputs, and the 750GB model featuring just one.
All three also feature 2 Digital BS, 110°CS TV tuner, and 1 Analog TV tuner. As these are recorders you can also burn to BD-RE at 1x, and BD-6 at 6x, along with BD-R LTH, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-R DL.
The Panasonic DMR-BWT series will also be available from April 23rd. Via akihabaranews.