Hot Deal: Panasonic DMP-BD755 Blu-ray Player and HDMI Cable: $69.99
Paul’s TV is slashing the price on this player, which comes with a little cable freebie.
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July 09, 2012 by EH Staff

Don’t want to fight summer movie crowds? You can create a great theater experience at home. However, an absolute must has to be a Blu-ray player. It can deliver those new (and old) movies in high-def, all from the comfort of your couch.

It’s not even close to the holiday season, and we’re seeing a lot of great prices on Blu-ray players.  We just found the Panasonic DMP-BD755 Blu-ray Player at Paul’s TV for $69.99. This is $30 off the list price. If that’s not enough to entice you, this player also comes with a free HDMI cable so you can hook it up right out of the box.

The DMP-BD755 doesn’t support 3D discs, but it can do 2D Blu-ray and even upconvert some of your favorite DVDs. It also plays CDs and streams plenty of goodies from the web, such as Netflix, CinemaNow and VUDU. It also promises a super-fast load time, so you shouldn’t have to wait to watch your movies.

At last peek, Paul’s TV was offering free shipping with this item. This is an excellent deal for someone building a first, second or even third AV setup. Enjoy!

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