3D Blu-ray player reviews

Every 3D Blu-ray player in Australia that we've reviewed

If you want to watch 3D movies on your new TV, you'll need a 3D Blu-ray player. We've rounded up every single 3D Blu-ray player available in Australia that we've reviewed.

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Panasonic SC-BTT775

The Panasonic SC-BTT775 is a convenient solution that bundles a 3D Blu-ray player with a 5.1-channel home theatre system. It's got wireless rear speakers, and despite an awkward setup procedure it is a good choice for anyone after a relatively cheap boost to their television's sound.

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  • 2nd Dec., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Pros:
  • Good sound quality at moderate volume levels, 3D Blu-ray playback
  • Cons:
  • Complicated setup procedure, poor bass response at high volume levels, wireless connectivity is optional

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