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Lg BP135 Blu Ray player in Asda Huddersfield - £34.00

£34.00 @ George (Asda George)
Unsure if this is national, but seemed a great price for a blu Ray player... Cheapest price for this elsewhere is £44 in PixMania or £58.99 in Argos. Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Unsure if this is national, but seemed a great price for a blu Ray player...
Cheapest price for this elsewhere is £44 in PixMania or £58.99 in Argos.
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#1
Yeah its part of the black friday deals! Good price defo worth the buy! Heat!
#2
Also in Mansfield just going to fetch one fingers crossed it will play all my mkv files from my hd drive
#3
Had about 15 of these in the Chesterfield store about an hour ago... Good deal
#4
Can this be made region free?
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Pokerkingbouch
Also in Mansfield just going to fetch one fingers crossed it will play all my mkv files from my hd drive


Yep it does I have one in the bedroom
#6
these were £25 in Birmingham Barnes hill yesterday
#7
I bought one in Stevenage yesterday. They had plenty :¬}
1 Like #8
Might sound stupid but does a blu ray play DVDs as well?
#9
yes it does play all
#10
These are in most stores , they were part of the the black Friday Saturday deals and didnt sell well .
There was about 20 of them in Bedminster last night
#11
codnan
These are in most stores , they were part of the the black Friday Saturday deals and didnt sell well .
There was about 20 of them in Bedminster last night

Along with the Polaroid Tablets they were a crap seller as well.
#12
These were made available to purchase on Saturday morning, bought one for my mum, hot from me.
#13
blitzmmccv
codnan
These are in most stores , they were part of the the black Friday Saturday deals and didnt sell well .
There was about 20 of them in Bedminster last night

Along with the Polaroid Tablets they were a crap seller as well.
Most of the Saturday sale stuff didn't sell well , there were still loads of little tykes cars and baby monitors and the lg tvs lol
They are gonna be left with some of that stock for a VERY LONG time
#14
They a great player as they play mkv/avi/divix bluray/dvd rips via disc or fat 32 usb memory sticks and ntfs usb hard drives and are very small and quite when playing discs and silent when using usb, you can also use custom firmware on them :)
#15
stunning player for the price as they play bluray/dvd rips, mkv files via disc or fat 32 usb pens or ntfs usb hard drives. They are very small and very quiet when playing and silent with usb.
They are quick to start up and can use custom firmware via usb,
1 Like #16
Do people still watching movie using Blueray Player nowadays ????
#17
[quote=steventurner399826]stunning player for the price as they play bluray/dvd rips, mkv/avi mp3 mp4 jpeg files via disc or fat 32 usb pens or ntfs usb hard drives. They are very small and very quiet when playing and silent with usb.
They are quick to start up and can use custom firmware via usb,
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danieldraper96
Might sound stupid but does a blu ray play DVDs as well?


Yeah this ones a bluray/dvd player
#19
Got the BP125 recently the remote is a bit placcy and its not the prettiest looking thing in all other respects it's da bomb.. Quiet, fast, great image fidelity (blurays are perfect - other material upscales well) plays most things you throw at it, very low power demand and straightforward to use. Thoroughly recommended!
1 Like #20
Only way to watch TRUE FULL HD video
1 Like #21
quality blue ray player only had it an hour and it plays every file i have on my hd drive
some of my mkv files are 20gb+ and plays them without a glitch
playing it though a panasonic amp in 7.1 using a ivc projector and the sound and quality is spot on
heat and thanks for the post
#22
Heat added
#23
I already have one of these but bought one for upstairs as they're great and play many file types, plus it's a reputable brand. I'd rather buy something like this than a poor make TV just because it appears to be a good price. Those TV's were so cheap for a good reason.
#24
They are not for sale at that price on-line
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pantaiema
Do people still watching movie using Blueray Player nowadays ????

No, everyone uses 3d holographic video machines, they just buy these as coasters to put their coffee mug on.
#26
35 @ feltham did not need a couple left.
#27
there were tonnes left when I was there yesterday at lunchtime, along with a pallet of LG TV's for £250 and "Seiki" TV's(?!!)
#28
pantaiema
Do people still watching movie using Blueray Player nowadays ????

I very rarely watch a blu ray these days. And when i do I have the PS3, which is really a top end player.
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ewaawoowaa
pantaiema
Do people still watching movie using Blueray Player nowadays ????

I very rarely watch a blu ray these days. And when i do I have the PS3, which is really a top end player.
i use mine a ton, but its not, its really not
#30
mikewadkins35
ewaawoowaa
pantaiema
Do people still watching movie using Blueray Player nowadays ????

I very rarely watch a blu ray these days. And when i do I have the PS3, which is really a top end player.
i use mine a ton, but its not, its really not

Well it is certainly better than this basic LG model.

The PS3 plays 3D blu rays for a start, which this one doesn't.
#31
Sadly in Grantham £44
#32
£50 in Accrington now :(
#33
pantaiema
Do people still watching movie using Blueray Player nowadays ????
Yes people do still watch movies with Blu-Ray players these days.
Though I guess with other digital media, people are used to watching films on inferior formats.
#34
£50 in Bristol
#35
Got BP135 in Asda Kilmarnock yesterday for £25 - great value and (possibly) plays all file formats including mkv.
#36
wouldn't touch lg products no matter how cheap....

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