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The Panasonic DMP BD60 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player Black Review

Updated on November 3, 2014
Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray Disc Player
Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray Disc Player | Source

The Panasonic DMP BD60 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player Black

This page about the Panasonic DMP BD60 1080p Bl-ray Disc Player was originally written in October of 2009, which means that this blu-ray player is no longer the most current blu-ray player on the market. However, it is still a highly respected, well reviewed and affordable blu-ray player for under $200. As a matter of fact, you can buy a used or reconditioned blu-ray player very affordably from the sellers on Amazon. If you are looking to buy a blu-ray player, this one remains a simple, inexpensive and excellent choice.

Before we get started, let me introduce myself. I am not a blu-ray expert. I am a work-at-home-mom who has been thrust into the blu-ray world by a technology-loving husband and I have been forced to learn as we go.

A couple of things that I have learned.

Firstly, to turn to the experts and let them handle the truly technical stuff. I read their reviews and recommend the excellent ones on my blu-ray pages.

Secondly, to trust Amazon's customer reviews. I take the time to carefully read all of the reviews of any product that I am buying and figure that if 105 people have given an item top star ratings, that is a pretty good indicator of the quality of an item. Of course, what they actually have to say about each item is important, too.

On this page you will find some expert recommendations and you will find some Amazon customer reviews from ordinary people like you and me. At anytime you can click on the links to Amazon to read more there. Doing so will in no way obligate you to buy anything from Amazon.

So, with no further ado, I give you the The Panasonic DMP BD60 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player Black and I wish you happy viewing!

A basic blu-ray player that plays in high quality. If that is what you are looking for, then Panasonic's DMP BD60 may be the blu-ray player for you.

The Panasonic DMP BD60 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player
The Panasonic DMP BD60 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player | Source

Pros Of The Panasonic DMP BD60 Blu-ray Player

  • Extremely affordable.
  • Great picture quality.
  • Good A/V features including Viera Cast media to connect you to YouTube, Picasa and the weather.
  • Reliable performance.
  • Streamlined at under 2 inches.
  • Quick start when you turn it on.
  • Energy Star rated.

Cons Of The Panasonic DMP BD60 Blu-ray Player

  • Content streaming not as strong as other comparably priced units.
  • Remote somewhat bulky.
  • Slow to start up, despite quick start feature.

Amazon Customer Reviews of this Blu-ray Player

"This Panasonic DMP-BD60 blu ray player is amazing...a quality blu ray player at a reasonable price." ~~ Barry, Boston, MA

"I just purchased the Panasonic DMP-BD60 a couple of days ago. My criteria for purchase were as follows: great reviews from amazon, sound and vision award winner for the BD60's predecessor product the BD35 and finally a great price." ~~ J. Simone, Lake Worth, FL

"Panasonic's DMP-BD60 offers great picture quality, plenty of desirable A/V features and solid, reliable performance. If I were shopping for a blu-ray player, it would be it at the top of my list."

~~ Sound & Vision Magazine

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I first read about the Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray Disc Player through a review of three units in Sound & Vision and I found it to be a superb article about an affordable item.

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