Summary: This is a good DVD/BlueRay player, and it does a nice job with Netflix and DVD's. I've only rented a few BD's and the performance was as expected. Fast forward 13 months and we had problems. On power on the LG logo appeared on our Sony TV, then "No Signal".
Summary: I have had this Blu-ray player for a few months and I have to say that I'm rather disappointed with this unit. Which is kinder than what my wife has to say about it. She hates the bloody thing. Lately, the LG player has begun to random freeze up or go into an endless reboot cycle.
Summary: Slim device with usable remote. Happy with the purchase.
Pros: * Can use your Netflix, YouTube, etc. accounts. The Netflix account isn't crippled, like on some DVRs, but lets you search for titles, see categories, etc. * Has a USB port for a flash drive or external HD, to view photos, etc.
Cons: * Not wireless and no way to upgrade to use wifi. (Tried using a USB-wifi AP, and player displays message "ERROR" and auto-shuts off.)
Summary: I've had this product for a year now and it's still going strong. I'm not sure why lately so many faulty versions of it seem to be floating around, but I've never had trouble with this Blu-ray player. I bought it only because of the Netflix streaming, which works great on it.
Summary: Great deal. Set up is way to easy. Plug the HDMI cable in, plug the ethernet cable in and plug the power in. Turn on the Blue-ray and you are ready to go. The menu is user friendly. Movies look great. Regular and blue-ray movies. The interface working with Netflix is top notch.
Summary: So the thing is I have Netflix on my PS3 in Costa Rica and my dad loves to watch movies. So I decided to buy a Bluray for him that allows him to watch Netflix and I chose the LG BD630 among other options because it said Netflix and thats that, that was the only reason to pick a simple bluray that...
Summary: We've been using it for almost a year and it has worked great. Great features and quality at a steal of a price. One feature that I like is that you can hook a USB hard drive to it and play VOB video files. Really convenient for your movie backups.