Panasonic DMP-BD84 review
|Review: May 2016|
In a nutshell: The Panasonic DMP-BD84EB-K smart network Blu-Ray disc player is a very basic entry-level player. It includes ethernet connectivity with simple Smart TV functionality (Netflix, YouTube and a few other apps), but no Wi-Fi support. It's super-compact, but over-priced at launch. Our target price for this model is £50, and at that price it would be a good buy.
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Panasonic DMP-BD84 features include:
- Playable disks: Blu-Ray (including BD-R/ BD-R DL, BD-RE/ BD-RE DL), DVD (including DVD±R/ DVD±R DL/ DVD±RW), CD (including CD-R/ -RW)
- Audio: Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
- Smart TV: Netflix, YouTube, Picassa, AccuWeather, CinemaNow
- Connectivity: HDMI output, ethernet, USB 2.0
- External playback via USB HDD
- Power consumption: 11W
- Size: 245 x 38.5 x 175 mm
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I would like to ask that this is player able to play 1T external drive?
on 8th Feb 2018
Is this blu ray player "PLEX" compatible ?
Asked by (AA)
from New Zealand
on 16th Dec 2017
I'd like to know if i can run Plex on this blu ray player . Thanks in advance.
Why does video player freeze?
Asked by Rae
on 18th Oct 2017
Reply by billy
from isle of man
on 8th Mar 2018
it freezes when there is too much data to proccess that the dvd player too handle or disc is faulty
Panasonic DMP-BD84 user reviews
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Average rating from 3 reviews:
Reviewed by Nat
on 6th Aug 2017
Reviewed by seamus
on 20th Jan 2017
I stupidly bought this assuming it could connect wirelessly to the internet for NETFLIX, etc.
Lo-and-behold It needs an Ethernet cable. unbelievanble. Why is it even on the market ?.
Reviewed by Billy Fisher
from New Zealand
on 1st Jan 2017
Almost useless. Blu-ray/DVD will only play main feature, will not allow access to menu for extras. Also, internet connection works only 10% of the time, which makes it pretty much useless for viewing Netflix and other online content. Much of the time the unit is simply unresponsive and it seems unable to boot its own system up. Would not recommend.