LG BP325 review
|Review: January 2014|
In a nutshell: The LG BP325 is a compact Blu-Ray player that includes 3D playback and an ethernet connection. For the money, you probably won't find another player that offers as much.
Design & looks
The LG BP325 is a compact Blu-Ray player. Its styling is simple, with a glossy black finish.
The player can play 2D and 3D Blu-Ray disks, including BD-R/-RE, as well as DVDs, including DVD+RW/+R. It can also play CDs, including CD-R and CD-RW. When playing DVDs, the player can upscale to full 1080p HD and is also capable of 2D to 3D conversion.
A single HDMI port is used for connecting to a HD-Ready television. Network access is via an ethernet connection, and a USB connection is available too. This lets you access music, photos or videos from a USB drive or device.
LG's Smart TV functionality is available via the ethernet connection.
Conclusion - a top-value Blu-Ray player
The LG BP325 is cheap and compact, yet it includes 3D playback and Smart TV too. For the price, you probably won't find more features in any other Blu-Ray player.
LG BP325 features include:
- Playable disks: Blu-Ray (including 3D Blu-ray disc playback), DVD, CD
- 1080p upscaling
- 2D to 3D conversion
- LG Smart TV funtionality
- DivX HD support
- Audio: Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD
- Connectivity: HDMI, ethernet, USB, SIMPLINK (HDMI-CEC)
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Reviewed by Carlos
from The Netherlands
on 3rd Jul 2014
A well priced Blue Ray 3d player. I came to the conclusion that it played my USA regiocode 1 discs, and as I am in regiocode 2 I derive that the player is regio-free. However, with my former player I could by using tulp-connectors the device with my amplifier. This machine offers only a coax-input, so this opportunity fails. While I also played cd's, this is a huge disavantage.
The player got lan-connection, so you could update your firmware of the apparatus. Also it provides the opportunity for some apps. However, there are only 3...YouTube, Weatherforcast, and some commercial product. So I wonder why that is on the device. If you got the blue ray player, you got also a HD (smart) television with the same (much extended) apps.