'Does not support 3D Blu-ray.'
'Comprehensive networking capabilities.'
'It's able to play DivX video and AVCHD, but these files can only be scanned at a frustratingly slow maximum speed of 3x.'
'The boxy remote control can be clumsy to use.'
'colourful and bright transfer'
'unit's design frustrating'
'none of us thought the output was very good.'
'The remote was disappointing, too: Many important buttons (such as the ones for Play, Pause, and the disc menu) are well placed but too small, while the setup button is quite large.'
'Slow loading times all around'
'Unattractive menu system'
'Buttons on the machine aren't always responsive'
'DVDs play right away, no long loading times'
'Outstanding and smooth performance'
'Player may get stuck in power-up or power-down modes'
'Menus are well laid out and easy to navigate'
'the eject button could be more prominent, but those are minor issues.'
'no built-in Wi-Fi'
'No analog 7.1 outputs.'
'The image is solid and stable, with no digital nasties to sully those P4HD-polished pixels, and when set to 24Hz on a compatible TV, smooth movement is the order of the day.'
'Like its siblings, the DMP-BD45 is a good-looking player.'
'remote proved highly responsive'
'the menus are very snappy and respond very quickly.'
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