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Had a camel alert setup for this a while back, this was available at the same price back in December as a lightning deal and is now at this price.

This is the #1 Bestselling Blu-Ray player @Amazon.

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It was a great player while it worked, but I had to return it because the wi-fi kept dropping.

I have it and I think it is better than other players in its price class, particulary the LG's. Setup for Wi-Fi was simple and it streams Amazon.

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almost bought the lg bp620c at BJ's for $98 but glad I waited for this deal. the pana 230 is out in feb but doesnt look much different than the 220 unless you want the smart phone interface for the tv ( which I might use only once )great price on this, I think it only came out in spring of 2012

does anyone know if a U.S. 110v/60Hz powered Blu-ray player like this one will play discs at the correct speed using a transformer and playing in Germany (which has 220v/50Hz power)? I can get this same Blu-ray player except in dual voltage for about $25 more.

Bought this player on dec. for $99. Great player, at this price, it's a steal...

carlosmessen said:   Bought this player on dec. for $99. Great player, at this price, it's a steal...

I had it in my cart and waited for all the deals they had in December at this price only.

It has been great.

In for 1. Thanks OP.

morrowind said:   does anyone know if a U.S. 110v/60Hz powered Blu-ray player like this one will play discs at the correct speed using a transformer and playing in Germany (which has 220v/50Hz power)? I can get this same Blu-ray player except in dual voltage for about $25 more.
The transformer will change the voltage, but not the frequency, I am going with no dice.....

woowoo2 said:   morrowind said:   does anyone know if a U.S. 110v/60Hz powered Blu-ray player like this one will play discs at the correct speed using a transformer and playing in Germany (which has 220v/50Hz power)? I can get this same Blu-ray player except in dual voltage for about $25 more.
The transformer will change the voltage, but not the frequency, I am going with no dice.....


thanks.... but.... my Xbox and PS3 (both 110v, 60Hz) play discs just fine when used with a transformer. Hmmm...

Does anyone know if this panasonic will play DivX, mkv, mp4 etc w/out issues. I bought Sony BDP-S590 recently, but it does not support those formats.

further price drop no $69.99

Now $92.99

Looks like the 69.99 one is refurbished.

I am sure internally these equipment work on 12V DC or something like that.
the 50/60 Hz should be a non-issue.



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