Summary: I have had several LG products and am usually satisfied. I have an LG blu ray player that is still going strong with no problems after a couple of years. Another that I purchased stopped working after 3 months, however, LG customer service refunded my money immediately after troubleshooting by phone. I purchased this unit with the refund plus a bit more - it has great graphics and a user friendly menu, blu ray pic is sharp and clear. Set up was quick and easy.
Summary: Having a hard time connecting to my wifi but once I ran the hard wire to it I'm loving it. Great picture easy to follow set up menu and the online stuff is easy to navigate. For what I payed for it and how quickly it was delivered,when I ordered it said I would get the player by Thursday I got it on Monday, I would recommend this device.
Summary: The Blu-Ray player worked fine right out of the box. It had no difficulty playing the DVDs or Blu-Ray movies that I threw at it. The Blu-Ray player only has a wired Ethernet connection so you will have to either run a wire to the player or purchase a wireless bridge to connect the player to the internet. I used a power-line network connection for my player.
Summary: I walked into my local Walmart looking for the most basic of Blueray / DVD players and received far more than I wanted or expected in the LG BP220. Before purchasing I researched a wide array of Blueray offerings based on price, brand familiarity, and features. I discovered “simple” simply wasn't available so I opted for low price instead. The BP220 is WiFi network capable and has a full array of standard outputs. HDMI, RJ45, and RCA but oddly no coaxial output.