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LG BD611 Blu-Ray Disc Player

by LG

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  • Blu-ray Disc™ 1080p Playback
  • 1080p Up-scaling of standard DVD
  • Dolby® TrueHD Digital Plus
  • USB 2.0 Playback
  • SIMPLINK™ Connectivity
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: LG
  • Model: BD611

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005Z07XU0
  • Item model number: BD611
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,961 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 24, 2011
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Product Description

Delivering 1080p full HD videos of high-impact quality, this player is equipped with numerous features to provide amazing quality to your movie entertainment. Features such as Blu-rayDisc™ 1080p Playback and Dolby® TrueHD Digital Plus have the same mission of providing you with the ultimate HD experience. The SIMPLINK™ Connectivity enables you to connect this BluRay player to LG HDMI devices. Another amazing addition is the USB 2.0 Playback that offers video playback with the use of USB connection. Reward yourself now with the LG BD611 1080p Playback Blu-Ray Player.

Customer Reviews

This is a pretty good no frills blu ray player.
NMH
The problem is that, in the off chance that I do want to use it, it's really rather a tossup as to whether it will recognize a disk or not.
D. Pryce
Buyer beware if you care about either one of these.
DoctorRock

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By compsolve on November 21, 2011
I bought this item from another online vendor but my review is not published for some reasons.

In any case, this is an excellent Blu-ray player if you don't need streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, etc. and WiFi internet access.

The player first caught my attention because its USB device supports H.264/MPEG-4, DIVX, AVCHD video formats, WMA, MP3 audio formats, and png, jpeg photo formats (see Owner's Manual for exact details).

The player boots up really fast in about 30 sec. Hooked up via HDMI, it has excellent pictures with surprisingly clear, open, and spacious audio. The 1080P up-scaling delivers visible image quality improvement in regular DVDs.

I have already updated the stock firmware from BD5.227.00.00.C to BD5.242.00.C. The software (firmware) update including reboot took only about 1 min once downloaded.

It would be nicer if LG will add a single button (command) for caption (subtitle) on/off and "recursive" sub-folders support for videos, photo, or music.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Michael Tobin on November 28, 2011
The Lg BD611 blu-ray player is a great low price player with not many extras. Great picture, sound, plays any disc, boots fast, and easy to hook up. The USB hook-up feature is great. I hooked up a terabyte external hard drive and play music and movies from it.

It lacks internet access, except to update the firmware.

The remote good size but lacks a subtitle button and only hooks up to 7 different TVs. I have a Panasonic not one of the TVs on the remote list.

The player is a little noisy playing a blu-ray disc, but I noticed this with other players too.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Martha Lachmayr on December 27, 2011
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We bought this player to complement our Vizio 42" TV that was already well-equipped with network functions (Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Prime, etc). I had been looking for a player that supported DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) or CIFS (Common Internet File System) to access media on our home server. As it turns out, DLNA is not ready for prime time (server and client need the ability to negotiate codec availability and transcode when necessary) and CIFS in a Blu-Ray player is a pipe dream. What makes this player stand out is that it plays every video format I have (AVI, H.264, DivX) plus WMA & MP3 music. Note that it will *not* play WMV files. Unlike the Vizio, it has no issues at all with JPEGs of any size/resolution.

The only issue keeping this from being a 5-star review is an intermittent USB disk issue. I've connected a USB-powered 1 TB Seagate drive to the player and most of the time it works flawlessly. FYI, the filesystem type must be either 0x0B (FAT32) or 0x06 (FAT16) and not 0x0C (FAT32 LBA) or 0x0E (FAT16 LBA) as LBA is not supported. What happens is that once every few days the player can no longer access any of the data on the external disk drive. Examination when connected to my laptop shows that the player creates and maintains some sort of index in the directory named "BUDA" on the disk. Removing this directory and re-connecting the drive to the player solves the problem. Hopefully a future firmware release will address this.

Update 10-Feb-2012: The external drive accessibility problem is related to spin-up time and not the "BUDA" directory. Experimenting with a externally powered drive that was already running when the player was turned on as well as a 16 GB flash drive showed none of the problems.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shelley Hamel on March 15, 2012
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According to reviews, this is either very very good or a failure. Alas, mine was a failure. It played the first 2 Netflix Blu Ray movies OK, but on the 3rd it went dead midway. By unplugging and rebooting it would start up again, only to fail at some other point on the disc. Maybe I should have tried a few more discs before throwing in the towel, but the 30 day window was closing and I don't want to get stuck with it.
Besides, it really has a pretty loud disc drive.
The reviews are 9 good and 6 bad as I write this. Amazon's rating of 4.5 out of 5.0 seems way too generous. I picked it to purchase because of the good rating, which I think is misleading.
David
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard Klamann on February 13, 2012
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I so wanted to give this player 5 stars. In a world where everyone sells a Swiss-army Blu-Ray play, attempting to fill so many functions apart from playing discs, I wanted to reward LG for making a device that does what a Blu-Ray player should do -- play discs -- cheaply and well. If you also want internet streaming, buy a Roku box. Even buying both, the net purchase will be less than most Blu-Ray players on the market, and each device can focus on what it does, simply and cleanly.

Alas, the LG doesn't do its piece perfectly: it has terrible error correction when playing music CDs. Every manufactured CD (not talking about burn-your-own here, which is even worse) has a dozen or two flaws. When good CD players hits these flaws, they make up something pleasing (error correction) so that you the listener don't notice them. LG's Blu-Ray lacks reasonable error correction; all of these flaws are noticeable, like little hiccups in you music. If you love your music, you will hate this player. I have not noticed this for either video or audio encoded in Blu-Ray or DVD formats, only CD-encoded music. Keep your old CD-capable player and use this for movies.
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