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LG BD570 Network Blu-ray Disc Player (2010 Model)

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  • Blu-Ray Player with 1GB memory 802.11N for Wireless networking NetCast for YouTube & CinemaNow
  • BD-P NetFlix HD BD live
  • Full HD 1080p output via HDMI with Cinema mode at 24 or 60 frames per second USB Media Host
  • Superior audio performance with 7.1 channels with Dolby Digital Plus & TrueHD & dts-HD
  • Quick boot with instant tray opening
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Technical Details
Brand NameLG
Item Weight4.4 pounds
Product Dimensions7.9 x 16.9 x 1.8 inches
Item model numberBD570
Color NameGloss Black
  
Additional Information
ASINB0036WT1RW
Best Sellers Rank #43,363 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.7 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 15, 2010
  
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  • Brand Name: LG
  • Model: BD570
  • Color Name: Gloss Black
  • Width: 0.00 inches
  • Height: 0.00 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

BD-P, Netflix, YouTube, CinemaNow, BD Live, Advanced Audio, Quick Booting, 1GB Memory, Wireless 802.11n, DLNA, 7.1ch Analog Output, Instant Tray Open, 1080p up-scaling for DVD, USB Media Host

From the Manufacturer

The BD570 Network Blu-Ray Disc™ Player offers wireless access to NetCast™, bringing you the best movies, TV shows and more from Internet, directly to your television screen. That, plus the ability to upscale your DVDs and play Blu-Ray Discs in amazing Full 1080p with Dolby® sound assures you of the total home entertainment experience.


Innovative Features

Less Clutter. More Possibilities.
Cut loose from messy wires. Integrated WiFi Connecticity allows you to take advantage of NetCast™ Entertainment Access from any available Wi-FI connection, anywhere in its range.

Entertainment On Tap
The end of "there’s nothing on." NetCast™ Entertainment Access lets you stream instant, and virtually endless, entertainment from Netflix®, Vudu™, CinemaNow™, Pandora®, YouTube™, Picasa™ and AccuWeather® direct to your TV from the Internet- no computer required. (Learn more)

The Feature Is Yours
Access videos, photos and music from your home network through this DLNA certified media player. This feature brings digital entertainment libraries within easy reach to the big screen.

Enjoy It at It's Best
Make the most of your HDTV. Blu-Ray Disc™ playback delivers exceptional Full 1080p video performance.

Making Old Just Like New
No need to go out and replace your old DVD collection. Even they look better on Blu-Ray. Standard DVD Up-Scaling delivers exceptional image quality from standard DVDs with 1080p Up-Scaling via HDMI™ output. (Learn more)

Don’t just hear it. Feel it.
Great picture needs great sound. Get Superior Audio Performance that supports surround sound up to 7.1 channels with Dolby® Digital Plus, Dolby® TrueHD and dts-HD Advanced Digital Out technologies. (Learn more)

Don’t Wait To Watch
A quick-opening tray- ready to play before you hit the couch.

Memories on the big screen
Want to view a highlight reel of the family vacation in the comfort of your living room? USB Media Host lets you view family photos, and listen to music from USB storage devices. (Learn more)

All In One
Having a hard time keeping track of your remotes? With SIMPLINK™, all your LG devices can be controlled with just one remote. (Learn more)

Export Full Digital Sound
Deliver full digital sound quality from your Network Blu-Ray Disc™ Player to your television with optical and coaxial audio output connectivity.


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NetCast™ Entertainment
Now buying a Blu-ray player from LG can also mean getting access to virtually endless entertainment and services from the Internet. Want to watch your favorite action film? If you have an LG Network Blu-Ray Disc™ Player with NetCast™ Entertainment Access and an Internet connection, select an onscreen service and you’ll be enjoying it in moments. Tapping into virtually endless entertainment from the Internet no longer requires a computer or messy wires. This is the future of entertainment, and it’s available now with LG.

Roxio CinemaNow™
Now Hollywood’s latest hits can be viewed any time you want. With CinemaNow™, LG consumers can get instant access to pay-per-view movies from major studios directly to any LG Network Blu-Ray Disc™ Player. Find major release titles, along with broadcast and cable television programs. The entire premium content catalog can be browsed directly and selections can be watched instantly. CinemaNow™ and LG have redefined what can be expected of digitally available entertainment.

Netflix®
Make the most of the extensive offerings on Netflix®. Users with a subscription can sit back and enjoy unlimited instant access to over 12,000 Netflix® movies and TV episodes* streamed directly to their TV set. Most movies and TV episodes appear in standard definition and many selections are not new releases.

Netflix® subscription required and sold separately.

YouTube™
Now you can watch everything on YouTube™ right in your living room. Blu-ray players with NetCast™ give you unlimited, direct access to the millions of Web videos available through YouTube™, whenever you want them. All you need is an active Internet connection. Watch that one fellow making a fool of himself over and over again.

Vudu™
If you want major studio releases in Full HD 1080p and Dolby® Digital Plus sound, Vudu™ is the only place you’ll find it. With 20,000 HD titles available, and 2,000 in Blu-ray-quality HDX format, there’s no better source for streaming HD movies on NetCast™.

Pandora®
Listen to a radio station made just for you. By entering artist or song information, Pandora® will generate a playlist of similar recommendations. Your new favorite song is waiting.

Picasa™
Edit digital photos so they look their best when shared on your television screen, and create galleries and slideshows for easy organization any time you want to enjoy them.

Accuweather®
Get up to the minute weather updates, plus forecast information to help plan ahead.


Standard DVD Up-Scaling
It’s not just Blu-Ray Discs that look great on a Blu-Ray Disc™ Player. Standard DVD Up-Scaling delivers exceptional image quality from standard DVDs to near full HD picture quality. That means even your older movies and shows look better on an LG Network Blu-Ray Disc™ Player.


Superior Audio Performance
Blu-ray lets you enjoy the best sound available from your movies and shows. Supports surround sound up to 7.1 channels with Dolby® Digital Plus, Dolby® TrueHD and dts-HD Advanced Digital Out technologies.


USB 2.0 Media Host
Bring your digital library to life on your television with USB 2.0 Media Host. View family photos, watch videos and listen to music from USB storage devices.


SimpLink™
Are your remote controls taking over the living room? Now with SimpLink™, you can easily set up and control all of your HDMI™ connected LG devices with just one remote.

Customer Reviews

Setup was very easy.
Jeffrey M. Jarriel
Maybe I'll just get a blu-ray player and a Roku or something... I like everything else about the unit, too bad Netflix isn't working...
G G
Have only used it for streaming videos and music from Netflix,Youtube,Pandora so far.
Mr Bill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

692 of 697 people found the following review helpful By Chris Boylan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 3, 2010
Having reviewed previous LG Blu-ray players, including the vaunted BD390, our expectations for the BD570 were pretty high and happily, LG does not disappoint. While some of LG's competitors (notably Pioneer and Sharp), think audio/video performance is the only thing that matters, LG embraces the idea that convenience and choice of media and distribution format are also important to many consumers. So the BD570 includes one of the richest media playback offerings of any Blu-ray player, including internet streaming from Netflix, CinemaNow, VUDU and Pandora. The player also supports DLNA networking so it can access audio and video files on a home network as well. For those who have a library of videos on their computers, the BD570 supports Divx, Xvid and MKV files as well as a number of other formats and codecs.

As far as load times are concerned, the BD570's are decent but not winning any speed records. It offers a 17 second overall bootup time (while it loads all of the aforementioned content options in the menu) - this makes it 3 seconds faster than the Pioneer BDP-320 which offers no multimedia options. Standard DVDs load in about 12 seconds, Blu-rays in 23 seconds, and BD-JAVA-heavy Blu-ray Discs like "Pirates of the Caribbean" in 32 seconds. This is pretty close to parity with the fastest models of 2009 (including OPPO's BDP-83) but it seems like they could have improved things a bit with this whole new generation of players.
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172 of 180 people found the following review helpful By Peter W. Broido on June 10, 2010
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Having been bitten by the blu ray bug, I initially purchased a LG BD370. I liked the machine a great deal, had several questions and called LG technical support which at best was indifferent. I decided I wanted a second blu ray player and would not reward LG, so I purchased a Sony BDP-S570. It came, set up was arduous as I didn't realize at first that you can scroll both up and down but eventually I got the machine working. I did however have compatibility problems. The Sony using HDMI tried to take over my Samsung LCD TV. The two fought a great deal and I ended up calling Sony support. The support person, unlike the one I spoke to at LG was very helpful, caring etc. We spent about an hour trying to make the two products compatible without success and I returned the Sony. As the older LG had worked well with my Samsung, I purchased the BD 570. The following are my observations on my system. From the time I took the LG out of the box to connecting it wirelessly to my WiFi router, setting up Netflix and Pandora took less than 15 minutes. After I set up the LG and turned it off and then on, it asked me if I wanted to upgrade the software which it did in less than 10 minutes. This entire process was much easier on the LG than the Sony. The Sony promises to be upgradeable to 3 D, the LG is not upgradeable to 3 D. The Sony offers connections to more movie and internet programs than one can imagine. The LG offers many less but has the only two I care about Netflix and Pandora. Start up( from the time the player is turned on until you can use it) was well over 2 minutes for the Sony and well under a minute for the LG; note other reviewers have said boot time for the Sony was quick but that was not the case in my system.Read more ›
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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By One King on October 14, 2010
After MUCH research and reading tons of reviews on this and the Sony S570 (I'm convinced these are the two BEST choices in the $150-$250 range), I decided to go with the LG. I'll give my reasons here, as well as my experience with the player, in hopes that this will save others MUCH pain and aggravation, in making their decision.

First and foremost, it was clear from all the expert/consumer reviews, that the LG was the most user-friendly in terms of setup, compatibility, and audio/video options. This is ABSOLUTELY true. I had ZERO problems setting this up with my audio/video system, zero problems logging into our wireless network, zero problems streaming Netflix in 720p, and zero problems playing several avi files, be it through the usb port OR from my pc. I have a new Samsung 40" 60 hz LCD, an older Sony audio receiver, and a 5 year old basic Belkin router.

For video, I used an HDMI cable to the tv, for audio I used the coaxial digital output from the player, and it looks and sounds phenomenal.

Though some folks were less than pleased with the upconverting capabilities of this player, as compared to Sony, I must say that I don't see any major issues here. I found an immediate improvement over my Samsung player, with respect to the BLACKS. They were solid. I noticed less noise around the edges of the credits, and I found less discoloration issues, that you sometimes notice with upconversion. In fact, given all the fine-tuning options this player offers to tweak noise reduction, color scheme, etc, I submit that, with a little time to play with those settings and perhaps a few settings on the tv itself, one can get the picture looking as good as most upconverters out there.
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