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: It did not allow to skip past the trailers. Therefor I did not see the movie. It also would not change the movie language or remove sub titles When I played a non Blue Ray DVD it worked OK. Richard
Summary: It's very plain, nothing fancy... wish I had spent more money on a nicer one. It doesn't really tell you how far forward you are when you fast forward and if you stop in the middle of the DVD it doesn't pick up from where you left off.
Great picture, better price, but absolutely no bells or whistles
4 June 2013
Summary: This is a machine that plays Blu-Ray discs. That's it. OK, it also plays DVDs and CDs, and there's a USB port to play media off an external drive, but, basically, this is a machine for playing movies. The LG BP125 was a snap to set up. I have it connected directly to the display.
Pros: The LG BP125 was only $38 at Walmart on Black Friday 2012; setup was easy; it boots quickly; the picture is sharp as a tack
Cons: There's no way to connect this device to the Internet, meaning no Netflix and no DLNA
Summary: This entry level Blu-Ray player from LG is a no frills player without network or Internet access. I own this unit and it works great for DVDs, Blu-Ray disc and CDs. The SimpLink function of the player and this included remote control will allow you to operate some functions of your LG TV (look for...
Summary: I purchased this product in August 2013 and it was very simple to set up, connect the power plug and the HDMI cable into your flat screen and away you go. The added bonus is the USB slot; you put your USB stick in and, hey presto your pictures and saved documents are instantly displayed for your...