|IS IT A BLU-RAY™ PLAYER? OR SOMETHING BETTER?|
If you want stunning Full HD 1080p and the unlimited possibilities of Entertainment Access, you've found it with the BD670 Network 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. This is a Blu-ray player that delivers the best in HD, while setting your entertainment free in more ways than one.
USB is the main reason I bought and have stuck with the LG model blu-ray players. I have plenty of USB flash drives, not to mention external HD's where I have all my media files backed up on, other things I download from various sources. I just transfer them to a flash drive and plug it into the port and start watching. This player is a bit different from the 390 in that the USB, not the disc source is the main source it defaults to. I can have a disc already loaded in the unit when I turn it on, yet if you have a USB drive plugged in, it will ask if you want to play something from that first instead of loading up the disc. So far, it has played every single video file/format (.mkv, .mpeg, .avi, .mp4, .m4v) I've thrown at it with no problems at all. I LOVE this ability
reat Experience Streaming, Blu-Ray & External File5/28/2012
Blu-ray playback is really good. Wireless streaming from Netflix was absolutely painless, once I worked out that the "Netflix ESN" that the player provides in the network setup menu is NOT the code that you need to use for Netflix connection setup.
First of all I have a Iomega Home Media 1 TB Network Attached Storage 34337 and I've ripped all my DVD's to it. Lots of kids movies, TV shows, etc... and I wanted them all to be playable on my TV. After a disappointing run in with a Samsung "DLNA capable" Blu-ray player I had to find something that actually worked. While researching the failures on the Samsung device I read rave reviews about LG products, though this model was newer than any of the ones I read about I jumped on it. So far so good. Not only does it playback the DVD rips I've made, it plays Blu-Ray movies beautifully without the menu lag the Samsung had. So far I have two complaints, which prevented a 5 star review - or things around it more specifically: 1. On the box it claims this device can be controlled with an Android app. I downloaded the app the day I bought the player, turns out the app was updated three days before I bought my player, the previous version of the app works for everyone, the new version only works for a very small percentage of the people who've tried it, I haven't found enough data to conclude why it works for the few people who can use it. 2. The LG app store is very lacking in available software and has issues with not being available on occasion. I have not tried Net Flix or Vudu so I can't review those. Just a note to all - I have yet to buy a 3D or standard HDTV so I have only tried this on my 36" Dimatron. I am a rather advanced tech, I can answer questions if there are any, and I do have a monitor with HD capability and a HDMI in if anyone has questions that requires me to experiment with HD, I just don't use it as a TV since it's 24"s is still no match for my Dimatron in the living room.
Great product, fast shipping and excellent price. It connected to my home network without any problems and lets me easily stream music from my PC. Only issue is that I have to "down-convert" my pictures to 10MP (from 14MP) in order to display them with BD670. My old OPPO upconverting DVD has no problem with it...
This product was shipped quickly and got to my house quicker than expected. The DVD is clean and interacts well with the LG T.V. I was able to quickly connect to the internet and update the firmware. It is very user friendly. I have not used a 3D dvd yet, but the HD video is very nice. The price was great considering the features that are included in the product. Free shipping is great too. The total experience was terriffic. I would suggest this product if you are looking for a 3D dvd.