Panasonic DP-UB9000 4K Blu-ray Player

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  • Ultra HD Blu-ray Playback (4K/HDR)
  • Multi HDR Support
  • Premium Sound Quality for Various Audio Devices


The UB9000 reference-class Ultra HD Blu-ray player uses our unique chroma and HDR processing technologies to reproduce images with cinema-level quality at home. This combined with a structure and components that pursue the highest possible audio quality, to bring you beautiful picture and sound.

Brand Name: ‎Panasonic

Item Weight: ‎3 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎20 x 20 x 6 inches

Date First Available: May 28, 2019

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5.0 out of 5 stars | Excellent unit but not for everybody
This deck is expensive, but you actually get what you pay for -- if you have the right equipment to go with it. I am NOT a technogeek, so there are lots of functions associated with the unit that I will probably never use. The picture quality is as good as the UB820 (yes, I own both) but about $500 more expensive. So if you just want to watch a clean crisp picture, the UB820 will do just fine. However, it's the audio functions on the UB9000 that are worth the other $500. I have this unit hooked up to a Denon receiver AVH X1600H, which in turn sends the audio to Bose Acoustimass 10 series V speakers. The sound delivered to these speakers fro a 4K UHD disclosure playing in the UB9000 is astonishing. But as I say, if you're not into dropping another $1500 into the additional equipment, the UB820 will do just dandy.
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2020 by Sci-guy

5.0 out of 5 stars | Worth it
It's expensive I love it! The main reason for the purchase is audio for me. Having the player connected to my reciever works perfectly. You can connect speakers to the player itself. So the difference between this player and one much less expensive is MASSIVE, GARGANTUAN. I also use the 3d function it's AWESOME. So if you can spare the denaro and are into quality audio/video DO IT.
Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2019 by michael c

5.0 out of 5 stars | Shhhhhhh You're Not Supposed to Know about this....
This model is the UPPER HIGH-END SUPER DUPER EXTREME 4K Blu-Ray by the Japanese masters of Panasonic NEW for 2019. This thing is INSANE. Built like a TANK - OPPO EAT YOUR HEARTS OUT - THE NEW LEADER OF 4K BLU RAY HAS ARRIVED - Construction: OLD SCHOOL style THICK brushed BLACK ALUMINUM faceplate AND side panels - no expense spared - this thing wasn't even on the USA Panasonic web site - found it on Canadian site - bought mine a few months ago from one of the only dealers in America - since then, the word has spread and is now offered by a few major players. Picture quality is INSANE. 4K Blu Ray is off the charts...BUT... THE SECRET IS.. the picture quality of NetFlix is SUPERIOR - unit has TWO SEPARATE HDMI outs - one straight to the SONY 4K OLED and one straight for AUDIO ONLY to the Yamaha RX-A3080 carried to blissful Phase Technology fronts, ceiling and in-wall X series, along with SVS SB-3000 sub, resulting in MOVIE and STREAMING bliss. Go Pro or Go Home. Highly Recommend this true work of art. Absolutely LOVE Panasonic - GO PANASONIC GO!
Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2019 by RacerX

1.0 out of 5 stars | WORST video streaming device on the market!
Beautiful and well designed remote that you wish could be used on all your devices but it is NON programmable. This is a 4k Bluray player and that is all. It streams Netflix well and YouTube poorly. The only other streaming services available are Penthouse PPV and PornHub Premium. NO Hulu or Amazon or any other streaming services are supported. It's a $1300 porn machine. I wasted my money. You can get a better 4k bluray player for a fraction of the cost. If you want to stream movies than do NOT buy this piece of crap.
Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2020 by mike

5.0 out of 5 stars | Best high end UHD player on the market
Panasonic built a tank of a player with its all aluminum chassis DMP-UB9000. The player screams high quality with its black brushed aluminum finish and it’s minimalist design in the front that offers a few basic operation control buttons. The tray is located in the middle of its face plate and it has a smooth quiet action while opening and closing. This is quite a change from the typical noisy tray mechanisms that have been common since even the CD days when that optical disc was becoming a commodity product. As for features don’t expect a loaded player with apps. Apps are synonymous with basically every TV device such as displays, game consoles, cable boxes and external stream boxes and sticks that one doesn’t buy this to use as a streaming device. Chances are the user already has one of the other devices with it most likely being the TV itself if one bought a high player like this. One buys this unit for its disc playback capability. Unfortunately as streaming has become more popular UHD as a format still hasn’t performed extremely and some manufacturers like Samsung and even sophisticated Oppo have exited the UHD and Blu-ray market. But with Oppo’s exit and other makers concentrating at the lower end of the price and quality spectrum leads the UB9000 to being the best UHD Blu-ray player available on the market due to its build quality and feature set designed for disc playback. This player features Panasonic’s award winning chroma-processing IC that leads to sharp resolution in the chroma channels. All UHD players are required to support HDR10 due to the format being based around that HDR format for its base layer but in addition to that it also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10+. These HDR formats differ from HDR10 in that they have dynamic metadata that adjusts the gamma curve on a frame to frame basis as necessary based on the image content. The player offers many advanced adjusts inside its setup menu to maximize performance depending on the users display and its base technology type. It can get rather complicated but the user can leave most at their auto settings allowing the display and player to negotiate the settings. Unfortunately the player lacks the one thing that made the Oppo and high end Pioneer desirable and that’s their ability to play high-res audio discs like the defunct SACD and DVD-A formats. Yes disappointing but the reality is those formats failed for a reason… lack of interest and commercial success. So it’s not a show stopper for this missing feature. Perhaps the best feature is the HDR Optimizer. This feature adjusts HDR content based the luminance capability of the display. Finally related to that is the HDR to SDR conversion feature. This is quite useful for those that run projectors that can’t even get close to nits capability that is required for HDR. Panasonic does offer most of these features in their lower cost DMP-UB820 but that player does not feature the same build quality replacing most of the aluminum chassis with a plastic exterior.
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2021 by CWhitch

5.0 out of 5 stars | It IS better than the 820!
I have to say, I own both the 820 and the 9000. I have seen many online reviews of the two that compare them stating that the picture quality is the same on both. I use a front projector on a 110" Stewart Firehawk screen and can tell you the 9000 has a significantly better picture than the 820!! As a matter of fact, it's rather drastic, especially when expecting them to be equal. If you have the extra cash floating around, get the 9000, it's worth the price difference!!!
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2021 by JB

3.0 out of 5 stars | Where are the Apps
For a 1000.00 player there support from Panasonic is quite lacking. Network interface VERY slow even access media from local network drive and no updates to the bundled apps. Where is Disney + or how about adding amazon Music HD?
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2021 by Ronnie

1.0 out of 5 stars | DOES NOT LAST!
No, no, no! If I can save ONE person from this nightmare I will! We paid A LOT of money for this piece of junk and it was trouble from the get go! It doesn't recognize that there is a disk in the drawer, it stops playing in the middle of movies, now, 3 years later it does not play AT ALL!! It does not recognize a disc AT ALL! THE biggest piece of junk we have ever owned. Never again!
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2021 by cosmo

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