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Comparing High End 3D Blu-Ray Players From Samsung And Panasonic – Uses These Share

By Roy Davis

With Blu-Ray players and recorders now hitting the mainstream consumers and becoming an increasingly common device in the home, big electronics businesses are now looking to make the 3D Blu-Ray players a part of the home too. Just in time for the 3D boom, Samsung and Panasonic have released their full 3D Blu-Ray players that promise to provide experiences like you can only get in the cinema. These high-end devices come with a host of other features and the technologies between them make it a close call as to who is better. The truth of the matter is, when comparing high end 3D Blu-Ray players from Samsung and Panasonic, the winner is just the one which is more suitable for your home.

Samsung – 6900 3D Blu-Ray Player

Both the Samsung 6900 and the Panasonic BDT300 offer full 3D technology, which ensures that any 3D material being viewed will display correctly and offer the image as the creator intended. The mechanics behind 3D technology are rather simple; originally, two different colors would be displayed and we would wear glasses with two different colored lenses. This would ensure our left eye would see one depth, while our right eye would see different depth. This is the illusion of 3D, we perceive images having different depths and thus increase immersion. Modern 3D uses alternating frames, so that we don’t require two different colors anymore.

As for the 6900′s offerings, it features a fast boot and load system, which decreases the amount of time it takes for the disc tray to open and close as well as decreasing boot times. This results in a quicker starting of the player and, ultimately, getting into the media quicker. While somewhat of a small feature, this might be a major selling point for some individuals who are immensely vexed by such delays.

The 6900 can also connect to the Internet to provide many online sources of entertainment on the television. Sites such as BBC iPlayer, LOVEFiLM and YouTube are easily accessible and can provide hours of free and premium entertainment. Having the Internet in your living room on a big screen is a good improvement over having it on a personal computer.

Panasonic

As with the 6900, the BDT300 also supports full 3D in high definition. This allows you to view the 3D films as they were intended and with Panasonic’s integrated image processors, the quality of said media is improved so that the colors are faithfully reproduced and the image quality kept sharp. These enhancements also carry over to films that are 1080i, not 1080p, as they are enhanced for greater details.

The BDT300 has two HDMI outputs to mix and match sound systems. It’s possible to use newer sound systems with legacy systems, which are incompatible with 3D technology. Furthermore, it allows users to continue using old equipment without forcing them to upgrade.

The BDT300 can also upsample standard definition material, as can the 6900. This allows media playing at resolutions such as 640×480 to be upscaled to 1080p, which is a massive boost. This media can be played from almost any source and it will always provide the same upsampling. This is also an important selling point if you plan on using the player to watch older or lower-definition media.

Looking to compare high end 3D Blu-ray players from Samsung And Panasonic ? Get the exclusive low down instantly in our complete Samsung BD-C7900 review and Panasonic DMP-BDT350 review.

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