Product Comparison: Panasonic DP-UB820 vs Panasonic DMP-UB900
- I started with Blue Planet 2 and was immediately impressed. This is a fantastic 4k UHD demo series that's also quite entertaining to watch.
- This player was able to handle everything perfectly. Even having slightly better UHD and color reproduction than my Samsung.
- 4K with Dolby Atmos - I watched John Wick, I love the scence where it is raining, as the atmos-speakers create a truly emersive sound field -- the rain, the bullets, the action - wow.
- The Panasonic delivered the same impressive sound field as I received from the sony 4K player. It is an impressive scence and the panasonic delivered an excellent show.
- Works well for the most part and the picture quality is superb. For playing regular and 4K Blu-rays this is a top notch player without having to pay top dollar.
- It covers most people's needs with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision support, 4k upscaling, usb connection for most of your content.
- It's excellent. The player has no issues handling everything from Dolby Digital to DTS-HD Master or even TrueHD Atmos tracks.
- The player sent the right signals to my receiver and completed the overall theatrical experience perfectly.
- HDR brightness adjustments, contrast, change sound-track, manually set display mode, bandwidth limitation, 3D, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and much much more.
- The remote is a basic design, no backlight, the buttons are squishy, but it works.
- If you've set up a blu-ray player before, this will be the same out of the box. Connect the power, HDMI, and away you go.
- The back panel of the players has dual HDMI outputs (one audio-only), a 7.1-channel analog audio output, USB support, a LAN connection and an optical digital output.
- There is a USB port in the front under the pivoting flap. The player also has wifi connectivity.
- In addition to using the player for 4K movies, I have been using it to play audio discs and FLAC files via the USB port and have been pleased with the sound quality.
- Does not include an HDMI cable (for $500, it should include an HDMI cable).