LG BP620 3D Blu-ray player

LG’s top 3D Blu-ray player has the Smarts we’ve been looking for

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  • Expert Rating

    4.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 229.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:




Looks Good
Media Streaming is frustrating
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I own this device and I have found the media streaming to be disappointing. Yet it plays most formats after you have set up the proper software on your computer. However, I have had many, many files where basic functions like rewinding or skipping does not work. Unless you spend the time setting up the streaming software properly searching for your files can be frustrating

I now use a WD Live deice to stream media and just use the LG to watch TV and play DVDs and Blu Rays. I miss my old Beyonwiz




Fully featured
PQ not up with Panasonic?
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Campbell, I have read this review with only one question in mind - how does the BP620 2D picture quality compare with the competition, especially the DMP-BDT320, which you had found to be "exceptionally good" in that department.
However, any mention of 2D picture quality, which is the primary use of any Blu-ray player (given the limited amount of 3D content), was missing from this review.
A poor effort indeed.

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