LG BP620 Black 3D Blu-ray Player (Profile 5.0, 1080p Upscaling, 802.11a/b/g/n)

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Description: LG Black 3D Blu-ray Disc Player - BP620/ Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) Resolution/ 3D/2D Playback/ Built-In Wi-Fi/ LG Smart TV (Premium + Apps)/ Quick And Simple Search/ Smart Phone Remote App (iOS/Android)/ Dolby TrueHD And DTS-HD Master Audio Decoding/ DLNA/ USB 2.0/ Black Finish

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    Product Title:LG BP620 Black 3D Blu-ray Player (Profile 5.0, 1080p Upscaling,
    Manufacturer:LG
    Lowest Price:$181.28from Amazon.com Marketplace

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LG Black 3D Blu-ray Disc Player - BP620/ Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) Resolution/ 3D/2D Playback/ Built-In Wi-Fi/ LG Smart TV (Premium + Apps)/ Quick And Simple Search/ Smart Phone Remote App (iOS/Android)/ Dolby TrueHD And DTS-HD Master Audio Decoding/ DLNA/ USB 2.0/ Black Finish
3 Reviews for LG BP620 Black 3D Blu-ray Player (Profile 5.0, 1080p Upscaling, 802.11a/b/g/n)
by Elisha Blatt
14/05/2012
It can do what Sony & Samsung can't
Disclaimer: I'm writing a review on an identical model sold by Costco (LG BP620C).

In the past 4-5 months I've tried several Blue Ray DVD players; several models by Samsung, a Sony and as of late, this LG. I've had different issues with each of the previous units which is why I kept trying other ones. My Conclusion is that the LG is the best (from my stand point). It is the only one that played anything and everything I throw at it. It played all MKV files (even the one that a Sony unit complained was corrupted), it was able to recognize and display both subtitles embedded in the MKV as well as added subtitle files within the folder. It did so both from a disk and from a connected USB device. It even played DVDs that were encoded in PAL (!!!), something none of the others could.

So, I'm sticking with the LG BP620C.
by M. Klamm "mediatrek"
14/03/2012
In ways a step up, but also a step backwards from 2011 BD670 Model
At the time of this review I have the latest firmware (version BD7.341.00).

The BP620 is LG's 2012 blu-ray player model that replaces the LG BD670 from the 2011 lineup. The new 2012 BP620 model comes in at the same physical size as last years. I personally like the build quality of the player compared to the 2012 Sony BDP-S390 model, which while smaller feels very cheap.

The user interface is virtually identical to last year's model. At times last year's BD670 model suffered from delay reaction to the remote control. This is not the case with this year's model. The exception to this is during the first 20 seconds of the player booting up (turning on).

In terms of blu-ray playback quality, it is up to par compared to all sub-$180 players on the market today. The disc load times have improved on the model compared to last year's LG BD670. DVD up-scaling to 1080p is well done on the BP620 too. One feature missing across all video playback formats is the...
by Michael J. Edelman
22/05/2012
Inexpensive and full-functioned
Hard to believe, but it was just a few years- 2006, actually- ago that Blu-Ray players cost $500 or more for even the most basic units. Now you can get a fully-functioned unit with WiFi, Internet connectivity, and players for Netflix and other services that didn't even exist in 2006 for a fraction of the cost. So how good a player do you get for under $150?

Pretty good, actually. I've never used a really high end player (you can spend well over a thousand dollars for a high end unit) but I can't image the images they produce are significantly better than those I get from this box. I started my evaluation by putting the manual aside and plugging the player into the wall and my LG TV. I turned it on with the remote, and the on-screen instructions led me painlessly through the setup procedure and software update. I tried a few discs, which played with no problem, and then turned my attention to configuring Netflix. This went even more smoothly than the Netflix setup on my LG...
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