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LG BD550 - Blu Ray Player - £69.99 Delivered @ Amazon
LG BD550 - Blu Ray Player - £69.99 Delivered @ Amazon

LG BD550 - Blu Ray Player - £69.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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* Superior Audio Performance
* Blu-ray and DVD Disc Playback
* Express Reaction Startup
* USB 2.0 Media Host

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brought this last month after seeing deal here,turns out the stuff it had advertised didnt even come on the bluray,things like netcast and utube,rang up an told them they need change description as false advertising,they gave me refund and £40 credit on top,this is still good machine for the money,very fast loading compaired to any priced machine on market,so worth the price,i just got the bd560 and both are useful if u have LG tv also and simplink saves on control for both,just remember u need memory for BDlive.
heat added

USB 2.0 Media Host - which video formats does this play?....divx, vob, and h264 mkvs?

Banned

best price I have seen for a branded blu ray player

Technical Details

SUMMARY
Blu-ray Support: Yes
Full HD 1080p resolution: Yes
Upscale Standard DVDs: Yes
USB 2.0 connectivity: Yes
No. of HDMI Ports: 1
Express Reaction Startup: Yes
Disc Capacity: 1
Disc Playback Capability: Blu-ray™ Disc, BD-R/RE, DVD, DVD±R/RW, Audio CD, CD-R/RW
Video Content Format: MPEG4 AVC, [email protected], MPEG2, [email protected], SMPTE VC1, [email protected], MPEG2, [email protected], AVCHD
SimpLink™ connectivity: Yes


VIDEO CAPABILITIES
Digital/Analog Conversion: 162MHz/12bit
NTSC Hz: 60Hz
Deep Color (HDMI™): Yes
x.v.Color (HDMI™): Yes
Composite Output: 480i
Component Output: Up to 1080i
HDMI™ Output: Up to 1080p (24 & 60Hz)


AUDIO CAPABILITIES
Digital/Analog Conversion: 192KHz/24bit
Signal/Noise Ratio: 100db
Dolby® Digital: Yes
Dolby® Digital Plus: Yes
Dolby® TrueHD: Yes
Dolby® Digital 2 ch Down Mix: Yes
DTS™: Yes
DTS-HD Master Audio™: Yes
LPCM: Yes


AUDIO / VIDEO INPUTS & OUTPUTS
Composite Video Out: 1
Component Video Out: 1
HDMI™ Out: 1
Analog Audio Out (L/R): 1
Digital Out (Coaxial): 1
LAN Port (RJ-45): 1
USB 2.0 In: 1

crowforever

best price I have seen for a branded blu ray player



This has been as low as £59.99 - I bought it from Dixons a few ,months back at £69.99 and it's well worth the price.



Deal_HUNT3R

USB 2.0 Media Host - which video formats does this play?....divx, vob, … USB 2.0 Media Host - which video formats does this play?....divx, vob, and h264 mkvs?



I have a 640gb Samsung S2 hanging from it - makes quite a good media player.
It'll play Divx, vob, h264 mkvs - it can't handle ogg vorbis and there are some formats of .mkvs it won't handle. It will play all my .avi and maybe 8/10 .mkvs

nexus76

brought this last month after seeing deal here,turns out the stuff it had … brought this last month after seeing deal here,turns out the stuff it had advertised didnt even come on the bluray,things like netcast and utube,rang up an told them they need change description as false advertising,they gave me refund and £40 credit on top,this is still good machine for the money,very fast loading compaired to any priced machine on market,so worth the price,i just got the bd560 and both are useful if u have LG tv also and simplink saves on control for both,just remember u need memory for BDlive.heat added



I went through the same with Dixons; they'd advertised all the Net features - they did correct the offer details when I complained; didn't give me any £40 credit though!
(I kept it as I have iPlayer DLNA etc. on my TV and just wanted the Blu-Ray and media player features).
Apparently in the US this is net enabled; in the UK all we get is BD live and firmware updates...
Edited by: "wombat6025" 4th Apr 2011

wombat6025 - does the usb accept both fat32 and ntfs?

also do they play the 1GB/episode 720p season rips off torrents?

cheers.

Deal_HUNT3R

wombat6025 - does the usb accept both fat32 and ntfs?also do they play … wombat6025 - does the usb accept both fat32 and ntfs?also do they play the 1GB/episode 720p season rips off torrents?cheers.



I don't have this particular model (I have the LG BD390) but I have no issue with using both FAT32 and NTFS. I'm not what you mean by your second question, but I've played an 8Gb 1080p MKV with no issues at all. In fact, I was startled at how good it was.

Cheers badger.
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