Summary: Pros; 1. Basic, easy to use menu. no gimmicks, 2. Price, 3. Very small for locations where space is an issue (but see below). Cons; 1. No analog audio out (to use with int. amps w/o digital audio inputs), 2. Way too small for normal equipment locations. 3.
Summary: I bought this player for my sister so that she could watch all of the movies that I've collected throughout the years. I also made sure that the Blu-ray player could up convert regular dvds to near high definition quality .She is quite happy with her LG BP125 Blu-Ray player,and a newly converted fan...
Summary: OJ Cap was the seller. They sent us a region 4 player. Evidently I live in Region 1. Who knew? It only will play 1 DVD in my entire collection (all are labeled Region 1). The player itself sets up easily and plays that one DVD very well.
Minimalistic but solid - does not interact with TV
Willie D., Amazon
9 January 2014
Summary: Most of what I would say has been said in the other reviews but in case you are looking for something that will communicate with your TV, this one does not. What I mean is this: I have a Panasonic Blu-ray player that, when you turn it on, it turns my Sony Google TV on.
Summary: Apparently this unit is not meant to be compatible with DVD's and Blu Rays in the US. I was not aware of this until I called customer service and was told that the unit was pretty much useless. I am returning the 2 I bought.
Summary: I liked this at first. I played three Blu Ray DVD’s, and it was wonderful! Then 1 regular DVD ( it is supposed to play BR DVD’s, reg DVD’s , CD’s etc.) Which was also great. Then, the next day, I tried 8 regular DVD’s, and it ejected them all with the error : "CHECK REGIONAL CODE” ????!!!!???? What?