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LG BP620 3D Blu-Ray Player with Built-In Wi-Fi - Black

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LG BP620 3D Blu-Ray Player with Built-In Wi-Fi - Black + Mediabridge ULTRA Series HDMI Cable (6 Feet) - High-Speed Supports Ethernet, 3D and Audio Return [Newest Standard]
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameLG
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions16.9 x 7.8 x 1.6 inches
Item model numberBP620
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack
Number of Component OutputsComposite, HDMI, Optical
Special Features3D Compatiblity, HD Compatible, Is HD-Ready
Frequency Response Curve60
  
Additional Information
ASINB00793MIGK
Best Sellers Rank #4,591 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableFebruary 15, 2012
  
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Technical Details

  • 3D Compatiblity
  • HD Compatible
  • Is HD-Ready

Product Description

The Blu-ray experience. Amplified.

BP620 3D Blu-ray Disc™ Player

If you want stunning Full HD 1080p and the unlimited possibilities of accessing entertainment, you've found it with the BP620 3D Blu-ray Disc Player. With LG Smart TV Access and Integrated Wi-Fi Connectivity, you get thousands of movies, Apps, shows and online videos straight to your TV from your wireless Internet connection at home.*

BP620
KEY FEATURES
Unlimited Entertainment with LG Smart TV Access

UNLIMITED ENTERTAINMENT WITH LG SMART TV ACCESS

What good is all the entertainment in the world if you can't find what you want quickly and easily? An intuitive, easy way to access limitless content, thousands of movies, customizable apps, and videos all organized in a simple to use interface. With the LG Smart TV experience, the next generation in entertainment is organized within a simple interface.**

LG Smart 3D Blu-Ray Player

Upgrade Your Home Entertainment Experience

With Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D you can enjoy all the latest movies in full 1080p picture resolution. Perfect for playing all your 3D or 2D Blu-ray and DVD movies. Better yet, our line of Blu-ray Disc Players upscales existing DVDs to near HD quality.

Upgrade Your Home Entertainment Experience

KEY TECHNOLOGIES

Less clutter. More possibilities.

Integrated Wi-Fi Connectivity allows you take advantage of Internet Entertainment Access from any available Wi-Fi connection, anywhere in its range.

Make the most of you HDTV

Smart Share

Browse and share files from external storage devices on your TV screen, or access files from your PC, tablet or smart phone via Wi-Fi.

1080p FULL HD

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.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

Dolby® TrueHD / Digital Plus
Dolby Digital Plus lets you experience all of the enveloping surround sound that Blu-ray Disc™, high-definition (HD) broadcast, and streamed and downloaded media make possible. With up to 7.1 channels of premium-quality surround sound, you'll follow the action with your eyes and your ears.
DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD transforms your entertainment experience, bringing movies, music, and gaming to life. It is the ultimate digital audio complement to high definition video and can deliver a surround audio experience that the Artist intended.
USB 2.0 Playback
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, watch videos and listen to music from USB storage devices.
SIMPLINK™ Connectivity
Are your remote controls taking over your living room? Now with SimpLink, you can easily set up and control all of your HDMI™ connected LG devices with just one remote.

*3D TV sold separately. Viewing 3D video content may cause discomfort; visit www.lg.com for details.
**Internet connection & subscriptions required and sold separately. Content and services vary by product and are subject to change without notice.

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Customer Reviews

Connect to Netflix... NOT.
Cretan Witch
Buy it for the Blu-ray but not if you expect much beyond that at this time.
wingfinder
Player works great and was very easy to hook up.
jbvett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

257 of 270 people found the following review helpful By M. Klamm on March 14, 2012
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 zoom feature. While I never really took advantage of zooming in on my video, I know of some people who will miss it.

The included remote control is almost exactly the same as the model included with last year's BD670. The big difference is the lack of the "marker," "search" and "zoom" buttons neat the bottom. These three buttons have been replaced with a "music id" button to have the player access GraceNote for disc info and a dedicated "Audio" button to switch audio tracks. This was a button last year's model did not have. Before you had to hit the "Info" button and scroll down to audio and then toggle to the desired track. A dedicated "subtitle" button has also been added to the remote.
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140 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Elisha Blatt on May 14, 2012
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.
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143 of 151 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Edelman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 22, 2012
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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 TV, although there was one odd glitch. When I entered my Netflix id and password, I got an "ID or password not recognized" message, and then the player connected to Netflix without further problems. Curiously, I had exactly the same error message with my LG TV. Other than that I had no problems with that function. The user interface once you launch Netflix is very good- better than that in my LG TV, I think. It scrolls more smoothly and more quickly than the TV set based player.

The up-scaling feature that reprocesses ordinary DVDs to full 1080p doesn't appear to deliver significantly more resolution with the ordinary DVDs I've tried, compared to my old Philips player.
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Brice S. on December 3, 2012
Let me start off by saying that many of these reviewers are correct in their assumptions about this blu-ray player, even the negative reviewers. I did not care much for this blu-ray player from the start but with my experience with electronics I decided to be patient and wait for all the proper updates. After about two weeks of the blu-ray player locking up and having to unplug it I gave LG a call and they told me they were aware of it and they were working on fixing it. Now, I'm no nuby to electronics and I try to stay realistic and patient. In this instance it paid off. I also have a LG 7600 tv that had some issues, but like with blu-ray player, the updates fixed everything.

A lot of times these companies get a wee-antsy when trying to push their yearly products out, and this blu-ray player was no exception. On the other hand, now that it's fixed it's the best blu-ray player I've ever owned (and I've owned a few). Not only does it play blu-rays and DVDs great, but it also streams at extremely great levels. I can't tell the difference between the streaming quality and blu-ray quality sometimes. It's crystal clear and runs 1080p very smoothly.

The Blu-ray player itself is very quiet in comparison to earlier blu-ray players. Some of you are familiar with loud blu-ray players and it can be very annoying. This blu-ray is as quiet as a church mouse.

One negative mark that is pretty minimal is that the blu-ray player is a bit slow. It is slow in loading and it is slow with the remote when you are trying to type out a title for a show you might be looking for on Vudu or Netflix. It's nothing major, but it is evident.

Overall this blu-ray player has been very good to me (minus the first couple weeks). I got this back in April, so I have had it for a little over 9 months. It's running great and I am 100% satisfied. Hope this helps. Take care
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