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Free Gold Plated High Speed HDMI Cable. Panasonic DMR-BWT635 HD 3D Blu-Ray Recorder with 1TB. Hard Disk Drive/DVD Recorder - Black. Control Your Recorder With Your Smartphone Or Tablet From Any Where. Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback.
HD Recording & Archiving (1TB HDD). 35-Hour Long Time Archiving in HM Mode. DMR-BWT735, What Satellite and Digital TV, Gold Award, July 2013. "A successful marriage of a versatile recorder with an'all-in-one' media centre". DMR-BWT735, AVForums, Highly Recommended, May 2013.
Its very difficult to find anything to significantly criticise in the Panasonic DMR-BWT735s overall performance. It does just what it says on the box and thats an awful lot! Freeview+ HD Blu-ray Disc Recorder, with 1TB internal HDD & Twin HD Tuners offering the ultimate in HD entertainment in one box. This outstanding Panasonic DIGA model offers up to 684 hours of HD recording, includes 3D record & playback, a Triple Quick-start function, Remote Recording Service and the ability to stream live or recorded programmes over DLNA or on a Smartphone or tablet device with the DIGA Player App.
The All-in-one Solution for HD Viewing & Recording. Modern TVs mean we can all enjoy the benefit of High Definition programmes or movies, but only Panasonic offer a truly all-in one solution. The BWT735 offers not only Twin Freeview HD Tuners as well as outstanding quality Blu-ray disc playback, but also an HD recording function that's second to none.
Treasured HD programmes, recordings from an HD camcorder or digital camera can be recorded to Blu-ray disc and archived for the family to enjoy for years to come. And if creating and enjoying your own HD content is not enough, how about using Panasonic's VIERA Connect on-line service to stream a movie or play a game. Also, as a DLNA server, the BWT735 can stream contents over your home network to a DLNA certified TV or Blu-ray player elsewhere in the house. To top it off, 3D playback and 2D to 3D conversion are included completing the total entertainment package.
FULL HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback. Only Blu-ray 3D discs can store Full HD for the left eye and Full HD for the right eye and deliver them alternately to the screen in rapid sequential frames. This means all the stunning resolution and depth of 3D can be enjoyed at the highest quality. Panasonic offer 2D-3D Conversion that enables regular 2D DVDs and Blu-ray Discs to be viewed as 3D images with natural depth perception. Watch your prized movie collection in 3D for even greater viewing enjoyment.Not only disc content, but video content via VIERA Connect, can also be converted into 3D. Compressed Video Mode for Super Long Time Recording. Panasonic's proprietary HM recording mode offers, up to, a whopping 684 hours of HD video recording time. When setting timer recordings of TV programmes, the BWT635 offers a number of compression formats that extend recording times. This saves precious space on the hard drive while still retaining HD resolution.
Pure Sound Mode for Disc Playback. This new mode for 2013 shuts down movement in noise-generating parts such as the internal Hard Disc Drive and tuner, and minimises cooling fan movement to produce a quieter, clear sound when playing a disc. 1TB Capacity Hard Disc Drive Recorder. Acres of built-in recording space enabling you to capture your favourite TV moments, either from standard definition or stunning HD broadcasts. And it's not just about recording TV.You can also use the huge recording capacity to store Music, Digital Photos or Home Camcorder footage. Useable capacity will be less. Freeview Plus Recording & Rewind Live TV. Freeview+ functionality, providing some very smart features to look after your TV recordings: Twin Digital Tuner - ensures that when two programmes clash it never becomes an issue.
Pause and Rewind Live TV - gives you the chance to review and replay a part of live action, or pause the action while you deal with an interruption. Series Record - notifies you when the programme you want to record is part of a series and sets the rest of the series to record automatically. Accurate Recording via Guide Link - if a programme offers "Guide Link" it means that even if the start or end time changes, the recording time will be changed automatically to match the new time.Split Event Recording - even if the programme you set to record is interrupted by and continues after the news, no problem, both parts of the programme will still be recorded. Overlap Recording Resolve - even with two tuners, sometimes there may be a third programme that you simply can't miss. Don't worry, if there's a conflict, Panasonic Freeview+ recorders scan the programme listings to find a different time when that programme is repeated and sets the recorder accordingly. By registering at the new Panasonic Remote Recording Service, you can navigate the EPG and set timer-recordings using a Smartphone or tablet from anywhere (internet environment required). Also, by using this service at home, you can set a different programme for timer-recording without interrupting the one youre watching.
Subtitle and Audio Description Recording. Whenever subtitles for the hard of hearing or audio description for the partially sighted are broadcast, you have the option to record this helpful additional information. Fast access to the three main operations is now ensured with Triple Quick-start.
Whether it's opening the Disc Tray, viewing the Electronic Programme Guide or accessing the Direct Navigator, each function only takes about 1 second. This is the fastest DIGA operation to date. VIERA Connect - On-line Entertainment Designed for Your TV. By connecting this device to your Broadband router, you can access a wide range of internet services such as catch-up TV, sports news, weather info, movies-on-demand and games.VIERA Connect not only offers users great convenience but also widens your choice of entertainment. You can enjoy a selection of Internet content with family and friends, on your large screen TV, without leaving your armchair. BBC iPlayer lets you catch up on TV highlights from the best of BBC programming, and with subscription service Netflix you can instantly stream popular blockbusters or catch up on some great movie classics at home. VIERA Connect with Skype lets you enjoy real-time free video calls with far away family and friends on your large-screen TV. Panasonic's Skype-compatible products expand your range of communication from your living room to the rest of the world. Skype requires an optional TY-CC20 Communication Camera and Skype account. Skype service due to launch end August 2013. DIGA Player App - Smart Link with Android or iOS Devices. Watch recorded programmes or live broadcasts on a tablet or Smartphone anywhere in the house within the range of your home network. Compatible with iOS 5.0.1.
Functions may vary with different iOS versions. Android devices with Android 2.3.3 or higher platform version are supported. Not only can the recorder act as a DLNA client letting you enjoy music, videos or digital photos from a Windows 7 (or above) PC for example, but it can also be a DLNA server that streams recordings from its internal Hard Disc Drive to other DLNA devices in the home, such as a networked Panasonic Blu-ray player or TV. Recorded TV programmes, HD video content or digital photos, saved on this model's Hard Disk Drive, can also be accessed and enjoyed over your home network.Some TV programmes may be restricted for copy protection purposes. Wi-Fi is built into the main unit so you can enjoy VIERA Connect, DLNA sharing, BD-Live content and downloadable firmware updates without having to connect with a LAN cable or use a wireless LAN adaptor. A wireless LAN environment is required. What is the Panasonic DMR-BWT735? Its a Freeview PVR with built-in Blu-ray recording and playback, boasting a 1TB hard disk and twin DVB-T2 tuners. As the only Blu-ray recorder on the market, its the go-to machine for video archivists who want to make copies of hi-def TV shows (copy-protection permitting) and home movies to share with friends and family. Because its a Blu-ray drive you can cram hours worth of footage onto a disc, or you can copy onto lower-capacity DVD if you prefer. It also offers a range of smart TV content through Panasonics Viera Connect portal and media playback from USB, SD card and DLNA.
Lets find out how it fares. First up the DMR-BWT735 is a great-looking machine. Its dressed in an elegant silver finish, with a black drop-down front panel spruced up with a mirrored strip. Its built into a slim, robust aluminium casing, a far cry from the chunky disc recorders of old.
Behind the front flap is a large LED display (which shines through the semi-transparent plastic when closed), an SD card slot and a USB port both of which are included for playback of music, video and photo files. Front panel controls include play and stop on the front, with power and open/close along the top. On the back is a generous array of sockets.
For starters theres a Scart input, which allows you to hook up other AV gear old VCRs for example and record them onto Blu-ray or DVD. Thats a crucial feature given that many people will want to back up treasured VHS tapes for prosperity. Bringing things right up to date we find an HDMI output and Ethernet port, the latter providing an alternative to the decks built in Wi-Fi.
There are three audio outputs to choose from optical, coaxial and analogue stereo and a second USB port should you wish to expand recording capacity by connecting an external hard-disk drive. Panasonic DMR-BWT735 - Recording Features. As mentioned theres a 1TB hard disk on board that holds 259 hours of highest-quality high-definition material, but that can be increased to 684 hours if you convert it into the lower bitrate HM mode (well discuss recording modes in Operation). As for standard-def, you can record up to 518 hours worth of programmes. The built-in disc drive can record onto BD-RE, BD-R (single and dual layer), DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-R DL and DVD-RW platters.
You cant record directly onto a disc as everything goes on the hard disk first then has to be copied to disc afterwards. Thats not such a bad thing, though, as it gives you a chance to edit out bits you dont want and label it all up properly before committing it to disc. Dual Freeview tuners let you record two channels at once, but unlike rival PVRs from Samsung and Humax you cant watch a third while two are being recorded, which is a frustrating limitation. It also disables network functionality. However, you can watch a programme from the hard disk while recording two channels, or check out the EPG.Panasonic DMR-BWT735 - Network Features. Theres also a pleasing range of network features on board, including the Viera Connect internet content portal and DLNA streaming of media files over a network. The selection could do with a few more catch-up TV apps like ITV Player, 4OD and Demand Five (all found on Samsungs latest PVRs) and the long-winded layout needs a rethink, but its a welcome feature nonetheless. As for DLNA, the deck streams AVCHD, WMV, AVI, MP4, XviD and MOV, but sadly not DivX or MKV (the latter can be played via the USB port, though).
Supported music formats include MP3, WMA, WAV and AAC but not FLAC. Non-DLNA servers can be accessed using the Network Drive function.Also useful is the ability to copy files from SD cards or USB devices onto the hard disk, turning the DMR-BWT735 into a sort of entertainment jukebox. Transferable file types include MPEG-2 (SD video) AVCHD, JPEG and MPO (plus MP3 from USB). You can also transfer certain files to Blu-ray and DVD, making it a versatile tool for managing your media. Also on the networking front we find the new Remote Recording feature, which allows you to schedule recordings while youre out and about using your Android or iOS tablet or smartphone (running Panasonics DIGA Player app). This is joined by multiroom streaming, which lets you send a recording or live TV channel from the deck to a networked device anywhere in the home including Android/iOS smartphones, tablets, DLNA-equipped TVs, Blu-ray players and systems. Panasonic DMR-BWT735 - Blu-ray Features. Theres plenty more to report, not least on the Blu-ray playback side. Its a 3D-capable deck with all of Panasonics usual picture trickery, including Adaptive Chroma Processing, 2D-to-3D conversion (for any video source) and 1080p up-scaling, plus it decodes Dolby True HD and DTS HD Master Audio. Youll also find a bunch of sound and picture enhancements within the Options menu.
Panasonic DMR-BWT735 review - Operation. Panasonic proclaims this years recorders to be its fastest ever in terms of tray opening and accessing the EPG or Direct Navigator menus, and as promised it carries out these tasks in double-quick time. Its still sluggish in other areas though, particularly when pausing live TV where the screen goes black for a few seconds while the HDD kicks in, and to return to live TV you have to select OK in a dialogue box. And sometimes it wouldnt work at all for reasons we cant quite explain.
We prefer the immediacy of Skys HD box. That aside, the Panasonic DMR-BWT735 is very user-friendly. The simplicity and clarity of the onscreen menus will reassure the uninitiated.The look might be a little basic for those raised on the flashy graphics of iPads and iPhones, but it gets the job done. The EPG is terrific, using a large eight-channel programme grid while leaving room for live TV in the corner. The attractive colour scheme, crisp graphics and intelligent use of shortcuts make it a joy to use.
You can filter channels by category or create lists of favourites. One minor annoyance is that when you highlight a programme and press OK, a submenu asks if you want to view or record it, which feels unnecessary because you already have that option in the EPG (the red button).
The information banner only lets you view now and next information, not the entire schedule. But its nicely designed and provides all the crucial details about each programme. The well-designed Direct Navigator menu lets you switch between different types of media TV recordings, AVCHD, music and photos. For TV, it displays recordings with a moving thumbnail and thorough details about the programme.
For HD recordings, youll see an icon signifying how many times you can copy it onto disc in HD in most cases you can copy it once, or as many times as you like in SD. A little flag symbol tells you that the title hasnt been viewed yet, while another denotes when a recording cant be streamed over DLNA. When recording anything onto the hard disk, the Panasonic DMR-BWT735 uses the highest quality DR (Direct Recording) mode (8Mbps). Then within the Direct Navigator menu you can convert the title into one of five lower-bitrate HD modes HG, HX, HE, HL and HM (in descending order of picture quality) or one of four SD modes, XP, SP, LP and EP (ditto).
The same modes are available when copying a recording onto Blu-ray or DVD, the idea being that you can squeeze more onto a disc by downgrading the picture quality. Hard-disk file conversion takes place when the deck is next placed in standby, so it doesnt interfere with operation. Also found in the Direct Navigator menu is a range of editing features, including Partial Delete (which lets you chop out unwanted parts of a recording) and Split. Copying onto Blu-ray discs is quick and easy thanks to informative onscreen menus, and provided you dont want to convert into a different recording mode you can copy content at high-speed.
Elsewhere the Function menu is clear and simple, if a little dull, allowing you to access any function and select which drive you want to browse. Live TV plays in a small screen while you navigate. The setup menu is similarly clear and comprehensive. Panasonic supplies one of its classic rubber-buttoned remotes, sporting a helpful layout, good use of colour and an intuitive direction pad in the middle.Its a tad cluttered towards the bottom and the channel change keys could be more prominent, but on the whole its a success. The Panasonic DMR-BWT735s picture quality is superb across the board.
Live Freeview HD pictures are crisply rendered and rich in colour, while standard-definition channels are thoroughly watchable despite their softer detail. Broadcasts from Wimbledon on BBC One HD look bright, punchy and stable, even as players zip around the court at high speed in front of a sea of faces, the features of which are easily discernable.Skin tones are nicely judged too. Even better news is that hard-disk recordings retain this superb picture quality thanks to the high-bitrate DR mode.
More remarkable is the quality of recordings converted into the lower-bitrate HD modes the difference is almost imperceptible aside from a little feathery pixel noise here and there, which means you get the extra capacity without compromising greatly on picture quality. Theres absolutely no drop in quality when hi-def recordings are copied to Blu-ray either, although XP, SP, LP and EP modes do reveal a major dip, particularly the super-fuzzy EP, but thats only to be expected. Blu-ray pictures are also dazzling, whether youre watching in 2D or 3D.
Theres a snap and vibrancy about Panasonics pictures that some rivals struggle to match with their standalone players, let alone their recorders. And after viewing a range of lower-quality sources DVD, web video, DLNA-streamed AVCHD the DMR-BW735s scrubs everything up nicely.
Next we tried out the multiroom streaming feature on an iPad. The app is easy to use and looks great, allowing you to swipe through lists of recordings and TV channels quickly. Streaming to a device takes up one of the tuners, which means youre locked into one channel on the main TV. It was a bit stubborn at times, giving us messages like communication error and this title cannot be viewed properly, but when it works its impressive. The Remote Recording feature requires registration, but once activated its straightforward.Programmes on your selected channel are presented in a simple list. Tap one and you can choose the recording frequency (once, weekly, weekdays etc) then tap recording to set it. We checked the Timer menu and the remote recordings were scheduled as requested. This menu makes it easy to manage future recordings, letting you resolve conflicts and change the recording mode. With a vast amount of recording, editing and copying features on board, coupled with decent Smart functionality and excellent picture quality, the Panasonic DMR-BWT735 is an undeniably impressive machine.
Theres very little it cant do, making it an ideal machine for AV enthusiasts who not only want to watch Freeview and Blu-ray movies but also copy programmes and camcorder footage onto Blu-ray or DVD. Internet content, nifty network features and decent media format support are the icing on the cake, and its easy to use too. Little niggles and limitations mean its not as slick and versatile as some PVRs, while Viera Connect is in desperate need of better content and a makeover.We also found iPad streaming inconsistent. The bottom line, though, is that the Panasonic DMR-BWT735 is the only Blu-ray recorder on the market, so if thats what youre after this is pretty much your only option.
Thankfully, its a very impressive option. BD-RE / BD-RE DL Ver. 1.3 / LTH Type Ver.1.3 / BD-R DL Ver. Yes 6X MAX Speed, 6X MAX Speed (LTH type).
2.2 and lower (Except Ver 1.0). 2.1 and lower (Except Ver 1.0). 1.2 and lower (Except Ver 1.0). DR Mode - HD(8Mbps) Approx.
DR Mode - SD(4Mbps) Approx. HG/ HX/ HE/ HL/ HM Mode Approx. 157h/ 235h/ 353h/ 472h/ 684h. XP/ SP/ LP/ EP Mode Approx.
215h/ 431h/ 862h/ 1293h (1724h)4. 4h/ 6h/ 9h/ 12h/ 17h 30m.5h 15m/ 10h 30m/ 21h/ 31h 30m (42h)4. 50GB BD-RE DL / BD-R DL.
8h/ 12h/ 18h/ 24h/ 35h. 10h 30m/ 21h/ 42h/ 63h (84h)4.
4.7GB DVD-RAM/DVD-R/ -RW/ +R/ +RW. 1h/ 2h/ 4h/ 6h (8h)4. 8.5GB DVD-R DL / +R DL Disc. 1h 45m/ 3h 35m/ 7h 10m/ 10h 45m (14h 20m)4. 2h /4h/ 8h/ 12h (16h)4.Dolby Digital Plus/ Dolby TrueHD. DTS-HD Master Audio/ DTS-HD High Resolution Audio. MPEG-267, AVCHD, AVCHD 3D Progressive, JPEG, MPO. AVCHD, AVCHD 3D Progressive, JPEG (BD-RE), MPO (BD-RE).
USB 2.0 High Speed. MPEG-267, AVCHD, AVCHD 3D Progressive, JPEG, MPO, MP3.
Yes (BD/ DVD/ CD/ SD Memory Card/ VOD/ USB). Record 2 HD programmes Simultaneously.Quick Operation - Direct Navigator. Quick Operation - Disc Tray Opening. VIERA Link (HDAVI Control 5). 60 Sec Skip & 10 Sec Back. Smart Link with Smartphone or Tablet (DIGA Player App). Remote Recording Service (DIGA Player App). Extra Storage with External HDD. Compatible with FULL HD 3D Camcorder. Yes (as server and client). MPEG-2 (Hybrid VBR), MPEG-4 AVC/H.
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, HE-AAC, MPEG. Standby Quick Start Off, RF OUT(Aerial Signal) Off Approx. Standby (Quick Start On, Power Save for Network Standby On) Approx. Dimensions (W x H x D) Approx. 430 x 59 x 238 mm17.
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