Panasonic DP-UB150EB review

This no-frills Blu-ray player shines for its performance alone

The Panasonic DP-UB150EB 4K Blu-ray is a more important piece of kit than perhaps its makers realise. It occupies a golden niche for the product category – a player for less than £150 (a lot less if you shop around), which is perhaps the limit that many will be prepared to spend on an entry-level disc spinner.

With streaming services continuing their meteoric rise, you wonder why anyone would invest in a 4K Blu-ray machine – plus a collection of 4K Blu-ray discs at £25 a pop – when they could get an access-all-areas subscription to Netflix, or another streaming service, for a whole lot less. In other words, even a budget 4K Blu-ray player, such as this Panasonic, is under pressure to deliver.

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