Conclusion: This could be a good time to grab an LG BD390, as the price has come down enough to make it a truly good value device. If you decide to take the plunge, you’ll be buying into a fantastic visual feast through the Blu-ray player and there’s enough features – internet and a highly adaptable file...
Conclusion: The BD 390 is a superb device that really can do everything: It delivers a first-class, extremely sharp, and colour-optimised Blu-ray picture, as well as YouTube videos and other multimedia treats.
Pros: Quiet, fast, and economical., YouTube access., Easy multimedia playback via LAN., Perfect film picture with true colour-management., Versatile HD-audio output.
Conclusion: Buying a Blu-ray Disc player has traditionally been all about choices and compromises. Do you want outstanding performance or do you want robust features including a variety of compelling streaming options?
Pros: Built-in WiFi (802.11g or 802.11n), BD-Live capable right out of the box with 1 GB of on-board storage, Flexible audio options include multi-channel analog outputs and DTS Re-encode feature, More streaming options than you can shake a stick at including VUDU and Netflix, Excellent DVD upconversio...
Cons: Unexplained incompatibility with 3-channel PCM title, Inadequate configuration options for multi-channel analog outputs, A bit pricey (but you get what you pay for)
Excerpt: Established in South Korea in 1958 under the name of Goldstar, LG Electronics has been manufacturing home appliances and electronics for more than 50 years. In 1995, it acquired Zenith (the company that invented the remote control) and started to gain market share in North America with cell phone...
A feature-rich LG Blu-ray player with integrated Wi-Fi
Good Gear Guide.au
20 March 2010
Summary: If you can overlook its questionable price tag, the LG BD390 Network Blu-ray Disc Player is one of the better options on the market. No other Blu-ray player currently offers the same breadth of features. Shame about the remote control though.
Pros: Integrated Wi-Fi, superb BD image quality, good DVD upscaling, fast load times