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Blu-ray Disc™ Player with SmartTV

  • BP320

  • Discontinued Product

Key Features

  • LG Smart TV
  • Blu-ray Disc™ 1080p Playback
  • 1080p Up-scaling
  • Built-in Wi-Fi®
DISC PLAYBACK CAPABILITY
BD-Rom Yes
BD-R Yes
BD-RE Yes
DVD (NTSC) Yes
DVD (PAL) Yes
DVD-R Yes
DVD-RW Yes
DVD+R Yes
DVD+RW Yes
Audio CD Yes
DTS-CD Yes
CD-R/CD-RW Yes
VIDEO FORMAT
MPEG2 Yes
MPEG4 AVC (H.264) Yes
MKV Yes
AVC Rec Yes
AVCHD Yes
M4V Yes
WMV Yes
3GP Yes
FLV Yes
VOB Yes
VIDEO FEATURES
Deep Color (HDMI 1.4) Yes
xvYCC Yes
Last Scene Memory Yes
Video Enhancement Yes
AUDIO FORMAT
LPCM Yes
Dolby Digital Yes
Dolby Digital Plus Yes
Dolby True HD Yes
DTS Yes
DTS 2.0 + Digital Out Yes
MPEG 1/2 L2 Yes
MP3 Yes
WMA Yes
AAC Yes
AUDIO FEATURES
Audio DAC 192KHz/24bit
DD 2ch Down Mix Yes
Digital Audio Output Yes
Re-Encoder (DTS Only) Yes
LPCM Conversion (DTS HD/Dolby TrueHD) Yes
Dynamic Range Control On/Off
Down Sampling 48kHz/16bit
SMART TV FEATURES
Premium Content Providers Yes
LG App Store Yes
Home Menu Yes
CONNECTIVITY
Wi-Fi® Built-In Yes
Wired Yes
DMP (DLNA) Yes
SIMPLINK Yes
APPLICATION
BD Profile 2.0
USB Direct Recording Yes
External HDD Playback via USB Yes
Smart Phone Remote App Yes
AV INPUTS/OUTPUTS
Composite Video Out 1 (Rear)
HDMI™ Out 1 (Rear)
Audio L/R Out 1 (Rear)
Digital Audio Out (Coaxial) 1 (Rear)
USB 2.0 1 (Front)
LAN 1 (Rear)
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Remote Control Universal
Remote Control Batteries Yes
AV Cable (RCA Type) Yes
DLNA Bundle Disc Yes
Operating Manual Disc Yes
POWER
Power Supply (Voltage, Hz) AC 120V/60Hz
Power Consumption 11W
Power Off Consumption Under 0.5W
DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT
Unit Dimensions (W x H x D) 16.9" x 1.6" x 7.8"
Shipping Dimensions (W x H x D) 18.5" x 3.3" x 10.5"
Unit Weight 4.0 lbs
Shipping Weight 5.8 lbs
WARRANTY / UPC
Limited Warranty 1 Year Parts/90 Days Labor
UPC 719192583450

What People Are Saying

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice Blu Ray player This is my first Blu Ray player so was previously only familiar with video tapes and DVD's. The quality is outstanding compared to the latter! It was fairly easy to set up, however I found the instruction manual not very explicit when it comes to operation. April 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by really nice, delivers clear picture We primarily use this to play DVD, Blue-Ray and to watch Netflix. A lot of other apps are available, many of dubious utility and some downright silly. How about adding EPN 3? That would be cool. My only complaint is that it's really slow as you move through the menus and load your Netflix movies. It's like running an 80's era Mac or browsing the web via a dial-up modem. LG needs to put faster processors or whatever into these machines. Easy setup to connect to our home Wi-Fi network. Single HDMI cable connection to TV is great. Analog audio output to stereo gives us really good sound. March 23, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good as a Bluray player, but... When I purchased this player, I was looking for something that not only did an adequate job playing Bluray discs, but also something that could handle a variety of video files stored on a network drive. This seemed like a good solution. At first I attempted streaming hi-def mkv and mp4 files over the wifi with bad results. Mind you, my wireless network is exceptional, with dual band wireless N. I knew the connection was NOT the problem since I have a number of other computers and devices that stream files from my network drive flawlessly. So, I decided to go ahead and run a wire directly from the router. This improved the situation greatly, except that from time to time the player seems to buffer underrun, and the picture will starts freezing and skipping. I have not used it yet as an internet streamer, but is seems like this would create problems for that as well. If I connect a hard drive directly to the the device, all files play fine. As a disc player, it produces an outstanding picture and upscales DVDs nicely. If you're looking for a media streamer, I would suggest buying a stand alone device like the WD HD Live. March 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Player for the Price This unit replaced an older SONY which would no longer play Blue Ray Discs( even after on- line updates). I liked the ease of the on screen display, programing & set up and the player performs flawlessly. Good value for the price. March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by need a Wi-Fi connection, not Ethernet.. The quality is good and the playback is great, but take a little playing around to get the smart parts hooked up due to the fact that you have to use an Ethernet contention, a Wi-Fi one would be better…. February 13, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Broke after five months; LG Warranty useless. I purchased this Blue-Ray player just under five months ago. The product worked fine for the first five months, and then spontaneously stopped working a few days ago. Initially, it wasn't responding to the on/off switch and other command buttons. After 1 day of this, it stopped powering up completely (in spite of me doing all the necessary troubleshooting, etc.). *** Beware of the alleged LG 1-year warranty: this warranty covers only 3-months of labor; after that, you are required to pay a minimum $70 charge to have any LG products repaired. The 1-year warranty only covers "parts", which also means that they won't replace the product itself, but will only attempt to fix it by replacing parts within the appliance (hence, the extensive labor charge). I found their customer service department rude and incredibly unhelpful. Will officially never buy another LG product again. Sticking to the better brands. February 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Buy No complaints. Very satisfied!. My review text is too short - so here goes. No complaints. Very satisfied!. No complaints. Very satisfied!. January 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 The product works great Replaced a sharp blue ray that did not play some disks this unit plays all disk and has much better speed and picture quality January 9, 2013
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Is there anything I have to do before connecting to the internet?

I live in a dorm at a university and we have wifi as part of our housing and my computer and phone have no problem picking it up but the blu-ray player won't.
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The BP320 is rated B,G,N compatible with Wireless connectivity. You have to go into the settings and turn on the wireless network connections. When they sense a wireless system (SSID) broadcast it will ask you to select a network to connect to. There is a "security" word or key that you must get from the campus wireless administrator to access the SSID. The BP320 will simply ask you to type in the security phrase "wep key" and connect to it. You only have to do this the first time if you save the connections settings when you leave the menu and it remains connected to power.
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We regret the inconvenience you have experienced with this BluRay player. Once the networking options have been activated and configured, the unit should have no trouble with your network. Please contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000 for assistance with this matter.
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Will the LG BP320 play 3D DVDs correctly when connected to a 3D TV?

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The BP320 is NOT rated as a 3D player.
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I apologize, but no; this player is not designed for the playback of 3D BluRay discs.
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If your pre existing home theater system already has its own set of speakers connected with speaker wire, then no. this blu-ray player will most likely not work with your home theater system because it does not have the required speaker wire connections.
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I have an older TV that is not compatible with a HDMI and would like ensure that this player can have a audio/video cable connected.
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Yes, this TV has composite outputs.
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Can I connect to internet wirelessly through my router or do I need a cable to the router?
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You can connect wirelessly since this unit has wifi built in.
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