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    Blu-ray players

    Hi all

    I have 2 new blu-ray players to sell. One is a Panasonic BD75GN and the other is a Philips 3000 series both were retailing for $199 and $249 respectively. These were ex display so people could see what they looked like but as far as I'm aware have never been plugged in and turned on. Looking for $70 each delivered and will throw in an hdmi cable with each of them.


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    Down to one!

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    They have network port on them, and which one left?

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    Panasonic is left -

    The Full HD Blu-ray player that delivers on image quality

    The BD75 offers vivid images and quality audio performance, in addition to being very easy to use. With ultra-fast booting you will never have to sit around waiting for the movie to start and DLNA connectivity will increase your enjoyment through a host of networking options.

    Experience vivid high-resolution performance
    This Blu-ray player allows you to enjoy outstanding image quality, courtesy of the 1080p up-conversion function. By converting standard definition images from DVD sources to high definition, the BD75 is able draw out the maximum performance of any HDMI compatible 1080p HDTV, giving you vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed high-resolution images.

    Ultra fast and easy to use

    Waiting for a disc to load is a thing of the past. After starting the player, the time it takes from launching the menu to playing a disc is much shorter than in conventional models. Starting and loading the disc from standby is also quick, so you can get straight to the fun part of your movie night.

    DLNA
    Enjoy multi content on your PC in a separate room.
    Using DLNA technology, Blu-ray Disc™ players and home cinema systems can access files on a DLNA server-compliant PC* or high definition recorders (DIGA)**. By simply connecting to a home network (LAN), you can enjoy AVCHD, WMV, DivX, JPEG, MP3 and WMA on your PC or AVCHD files, recorded programmes and JPEG on your DIGA

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    All sold

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