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Old 01-19-09, 06:17 AM
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Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

Does anyone know if either of these models will play unauthored MPEG-2 files? Thanks.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

I don't know the answer to that, but I've been looking to get a DMP BD35K, and the price has skyrocketed over the weekend. Last week it was available on Amazon for $299, today it's $429. WTF is up with that?
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

^^ Third party seller... Amazon out of stock.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

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I don't know the answer to that, but I've been looking to get a DMP BD35K, and the price has skyrocketed over the weekend. Last week it was available on Amazon for $299, today it's $429. WTF is up with that?
IF you have Costco in your area,try their it's going for $229 with a coupon.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

the next model up, the BD55, also went from $340 to $400, and it's now at $700. MSRP is $399.

For the BD35, the MSRP is $299. if people are selling it for more, I'd suggest just waiting for the new model, which should probably be out soon.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

Originally Posted by SUPERMANROB View Post
IF you have Costco in your area,try their it's going for $229 with a coupon.
They too were sold out.



Originally Posted by edclem
For the BD35, the MSRP is $299. if people are selling it for more, I'd suggest just waiting for the new model, which should probably be out soon.
Yeah, the BD60 is coming out some time this spring, and it will replace the BD35K. I guess Panasonic simply isn't sending many of the older model to stores. I'll just wait.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

A poster at AVS claimed to have been told that there will be no more 35s or 55s shipping. And it's at least 2 months til the 60/80 come out. Gonna be a slow winter for Panny BD sales.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

That's just stupid.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

Sears has the DMP BD35K listed at $299 before $50 off in their circular.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

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That's just stupid.
Agreed.

But I already got my 55, so
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

so no one actually knows the answer to my question then?
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

I've never tried. With RW tech, there just doesn't seem to be a need in my thinking, so I don't have any to try.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

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I've never tried. With RW tech, there just doesn't seem to be a need in my thinking, so I don't have any to try.
what does RW tech have to do with being able to play MPEG 2 files?
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

You said unauthored discs. Reminds me of +RW. Or even RAM.
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

Originally Posted by Spiky View Post
You said unauthored discs. Reminds me of +RW. Or even RAM.
I meant unauthored mpeg 2 files. (files transferred over from a Tivo HD to a pc).
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Re: Question for the Panny DMP-BD35/DMPBD30K

Yeah. Sorry, I don't have that option with DirecTV's various DVRs, so I just make normal DVDs. Or play files on my computer directly to the screen.

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