|Item Weight||8.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 16.9 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||BD390|
|Color Name||Gloss Black|
LG BD 390 Network Blu-ray Disc Player (2009 Model)
- Networked Blu-ray Disc player connects to Netflix and YouTube streaming video without a computer via Ethernet and Wi-Fi (802.11n)
- Full HD 1080p output for Blu-ray Discs and upconversion of standard DVD video to 1080p
- BD Live capable for accessing bonus content from BD-Live Blu-ray Discs; Dolby TrueHD/Digital Plus and DTS-HD; 1 GB built-in memory
- Outputs: 1 HDMI, 1 component, 1 composite, 1 analog audio (L/R), 1 digital optical audio, 1 digital coaxial audio, 1 discrete 7.1 channel audio
- Includes remote control and component AV cable; measures 17 x 2.2 x 10.9 inches
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|Built-In Media||—||remote, batteries, instruction manual, warranty card||remote control, batteries, registration card, manual, warranty||J5700 Smart Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player||Remote Controller^Battery||—|
|Item Dimensions||16.9 x 11 x 2.3 in||10.9 x 13.7 x 2.6 in||11.5 x 10.83 x 2.76 in||8.7 x 11.4 x 1.6 in||1.57 x 14.17 x 7.72 in||10.8 x 12 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||8.4 lbs||2.6 lbs||3.09 lbs||2.4 lbs||1.2 lbs||—|
Blu-ray Disc Player w/1GB Memory, 7.1 discrete analog output, BD-P, Netflix HD, YouTube, CinemaNow Full HD 1080P Output via HDMI, DVD 1080p Up-conversion.
From the Manufacturer
It’s time to expect more from a Blu-ray player than just stunning Full HD 1080p. Way more. Feast your eyes on the first LG Network Blu-ray Disc Player with both NetCast Entertainment Access and Integrated Wi-Fi Connectivity. That means thousands of movies, shows and online videos straight to your TV from any wireless Internet connection. Streaming entertainment services like CinemaNow, Netflix and YouTube are at your fingertips, whenever you want them. LG BD390 has virtually endless entertainment built-in and it can be tapped into from any available Wi-Fi connection.
Features and Technology
Less Clutter. More Possibilities.
Entertainment On Tap
Enjoy It At Its Best
Making Old Just Like New
Capture The Silver Screen
Don’t Just Hear It. Feel It.
No More Waiting To Watch
Your Personal Favorites
Memories On The Big Screen
Get More From Your Movies
Integrated Wireless Connectivity
Convenient connectivity to your wireless home network allows BD390 to deliver you NetCast Entertainment Access and BD Live features, even in rooms where broadband connections can’t reach. All you need is an active Wi-Fi signal—it’s that simple.
|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.
|Cinema Now |
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: Unlimited Viewing |
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.
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.
The Best Picture
The Best Capabilities
Standard DVD Up-Scaling
It’s not just Blu-ray discs that look great on a Blu-ray 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 Blu-ray player.
Stay in for the theater. Enjoy a true cinema-like experience in your own home with movies the way they are meant to be seen. LG’s Cinema Mode precisely displays 24p source frames on your screen, the same as on a movie screen. If you love movies, you’ll love LG’s Cinema Mode.
Superior Audio Performance
Express Reaction Startup
Some Blu-ray players can take what seems like an eternity to load your Blu-ray disc. With Express Reaction Startup, the quick start-up and quick opening tray will have your movie loaded and ready to play before you even hit the couch.
Gives you access to videos, photos and music from your home network through this DLNA-certified media player. Your digital collections are now within easy reach and simple to view in the comfort of your living room.
USB 2.0 Media Plus
Bring your digital library to life on your television with USB Media Plus. View family photos, watch videos and listen to music from USB storage devices.
Now you can tap into live chats, trivia games and newly developed content right from your Network Blu-ray Disc Player. Coupled with a high-speed Internet connection, BD Live allows you to take advantage of interactive experiences, exclusive downloads and tons of extra features.
What's in the Box
LG BD390 Unit, Remote Control, Owner's Manual
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My player's location is such that I have not tried the ethernet connection. I suspect this would work much better. But still, if LG is going to include wireless capability, they should follow through. Hopefully there's a firmware upgrade in the works? But I'm not holding my breath. Such is life with these giant corporations.
There is an issue that could affect a small number people (like me). This has nothing to do with the LG BD-390 player, but can affect customers who purchase blu-ray disks. So far, about two-thirds of the movies we have tried to watch has DTS audio format ONLY. Dolby digital 5.1 is NOT included, or is included only in foreign languages. I have an older audio receiver that will only decode Dolby 5.1 (and does not have the 5 analog inputs so I can't use the LG BD-390's decoding). I had thought that the movie industry mandated that both formats be on every disk, as was the case for DVDs, but apparently not. The audio quality is as important to me as the movie, and to listen to low quality sound (not that DTS is low quality, but since I cannot decode that, all I have is TV sound) is disturbing. We now find ourselves with a first class blu-ray player, and continuing to purchase DVD format disks to watch. I hope this helps others in their choice.
In hindsight, we would have been better off getting a bare bones DVD player plus the Ethernet switch and the Roku box. We would have saved money and aggravation.
The YouTube is a nice little bonus when you want to kill some time. Extremely easy to navigate, to surf, with comments or in full screen.
Then, there were my photo files on my computer to access and view on the big screen. And, I hadn't even loaded the software that came with it! It just automatically made them available. Even gives you transitions for a slide show. Music and movie files are also available apparently, but I did not have any on the computer.
I have only watched one blu-ray and 3 standard DVDs, but they all looked great. The standard DVDs looked upscaled significantly. I even tossed in a homemade disk with cruise photos music . . . worked fine. There were no skips, sound issues, or anything bad. No surprises, except the pleasant kind.
I'm sure there are things you can criticize on any product, but this one is a very user-friendly, couch tater's dream. Even the remote is a no-brainer. But, it won't operate any other equipment. That's okay. Universal remotes are rarely really completely universal anyway.
I chose the LG version rather than the Samsung version with the same features. Researching shows the LG got far fewer complaints. I also wanted the 7.1 analog sound connections for my Denon sound system.
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I bought it in 2009 for $300. LG stopped updating the software years ago.Read more