Panasonic DMP-BD77, DMP-BD79, SC-BTT190 and SC-BTT195 Wireless Lan Adapter (DY-WL5)

DMP-BD77, SC-BTT190 and SC-BTT195 Wireless Lan Adapter

Product Features

  • This is an O.E.M. Authorized part
  • Fits with various Panasonic brand models
  • Oem part # DY-WL5
  • Wireless Lan Adapter for DMP-BD77, SC-BTT190 and SC-BTT195
  • Multi-Directional & Wide Coverage
  • High Speed Dual Band
  • 1M Cable Included for Flexible Setup





3 responses to “Panasonic DMP-BD77, DMP-BD79, SC-BTT190 and SC-BTT195 Wireless Lan Adapter (DY-WL5)”

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    works with panasonic blueray surround I am VERY displeased with Panasonic for selling home theater systems with mis-leading WiFi markings on their product packaging, only on to find out you have to purchase the adaptor separately. To make matters worse; the $40 adaptor has been on backorder (on their own parts website) for the entitre 6 months since I purchased the system. Their customer service is lacking at best and operated overseas by employees that struggle to communicate in English. Thank God for a seller on Amazon, otherwise…

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    Works well I bought the Blu-Ray Player this connects to under the pretenses it had built in wi-fi capability that ended up not being the case. Lets just say the retailer was apologetic and made it worth my time to keep this unit. So to make it connect to my wi-fi I had to buy this device, it is about the size of a thumb drive and plugs right into the face of the Blu-Ray player… simple as that it connected automatically and I was watching Netflix in no time.This adapter is worth the money if you…

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    An excellent device that serves its purpose well. The Panasonic DY-WL5 wireless LAN adapter is designed for several different Panasonic Blu-ray players. This includes the DMP-BD77, which I own. It has turned out to be an excellent device in every respect. Set-up was as easy as plugging it into the “Wireless LAN” USB port on the back of my BD player. The adapter instantly came to life, thereby providing my player with full wi-fi capability.I agree with other reviewers that Panasonic is a bit… shall we say… disingenuous…

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