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.
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: This unit played Blu-Rays fine. However, when I tried to play a DVD we received a "check region code" message. I had already noticed that English was the second language on the set up instructions.
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?
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS. I just got mine yesterday, hooked it up and tried to play DVDs. Each time I tried I got the error message "Error Check Region Code." There is no info as far as an owners manual or anything with this, just a start up guide.
Summary: Unfortunately I got a lemon. The first time I operated it, it worked but the next time I tried to use the player, it would not play. I recently bought an LG Smart TV and expected easy compatibility - but no luck.
Summary: I bought this to use in my new man-cave. I didn't need a networked blu ray player because I already have and Xbox in the room for that, so I was looking for a basic blu ray. The price on this seemed good so I went for it. Mistake!
Summary: Bought this on Black Friday 2012 and didn't use until after Christmas. Watched no more than 10 movies before the picture started getting snowy and the sound went away. I called LG and they told me to reset it which was unsuccessful.
Summary: I recently bought one of these through Wal-Mart during their Black Friday $38 special, which I suspected then and continue to suspect was an attempt to offload a soon-to-be or already out of production model. The unit is, as stated above, bare-bones, but that was exactly what I was looking for.