- Brand Name: Insignia
- Model Number: NS-BRDVD3
Insignia NS-BRDVD3 Blu-Ray Disc Player
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- Insignia NS-BRDVD3 1080p Upscaling Blu-ray Disc DVD Player General Features: Black color
- Region 1 and Region A
- Upconvert standard DVDs to HDTV compliant 720p, 1080i or 1080p via the HDMI interface
- Plays BD-ROM discs Backwards compatible with DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD and CD-R/RW discs
- Compatible with MP3 and WMA formats
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Notes: Model: NS-BRDVD3 Not all of the WMA and ACC Audio formats are compatible with your player. Player does not support files that are recorded with GMC (Global Motion Compensation) or Qpel (Quarter pixel). Progressive and lossless compression photo image files are not supported. Product Requirements: Available power outlet TV, home stereo system or any A/V device with HDMI, component, AV audio and coaxial jacks Broadband router with RJ-45 port Ethernet cable Internet access
Top Customer Reviews
I didn't realize it was a Best Buy brand. I read that on a few discussion boards. Pay the extra money for a brand name unless you want your BR player to become obsolete.
Pros: Picture and sound are fantastic. Updates with firmware, a breeze. Netflix works great. Load time is very good considering this is a late 2009 model. Compared to the magnavox mgb500mgx, mgb530mgx, and mgb500mg1f, which we had and sold, this player blows those out of the water on load time for movies. The magnavox models above are mid 2009 models with no ethernet, so u have to download latest firmware onto disc, then insert into ur player. How inconvienient. They were all about the same price at walmart. Very sad for those models with no BD LIVE, NO NETFLIX, AND NO ETHERNET PORT FOR UPDATES at about same price point. The loadtimes on the magnavox for your movie is so so slow, but it is a good reliable basic blu-ray player with good remote response. For the money at that time, these insignia blu-ray players with all those features were a fantastic deal, so I talked my mom into purchasing these. I think they were $50 or more cheaper than Sony, panasonic, and Samsung at that time.Read more ›
If you buy this product you will get sub-par quality and lazy lying customer service agents who will waste your time. It's no wonder CS jobs are getting outsourced to other countries when you have experiences like this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Stopped playing DVDs after a year. Once the warranty expired of course. It was a pain setting up the Netflix account. I had to spend an hour on the phone with tech support. Read morePublished on December 11, 2011 by wilbwil
This DVR is perfect for my needs. I have a family with young kids, we can watch our Netfix on demand. Easy to operate, my 8yr old showed me how to use it. Read morePublished on May 24, 2011 by Carolyn R. Forster
In my view, this item is not worth the price even though it is very inexpensive. The remote control works so poorly and unreliably that unless you want to keep getting up and... Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by Hussein Ibish