LG BP325W Blu-ray Player Driver
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LG BP325W Blu-ray Player Driver
This is my first BR player and a lot has been made about boot up times, but you'd never know it using is player I'm sure slow response is a thing of the past in general, but it's still worth mentioning that is player is more than snappy enough. Not sure what else to say about this; the picture is great, all special features including BR Live are present and the in-movie menu system is excellent; changing audio or subtitle options in the fly is very easy.
Plus, I like that the player itself gives you preset and user controlled options for brightness, contrast and sharpness from within - very convenient for a quick picture LG BP325W Blu-ray Player without having to bother with your TV and changing your much-agonized over presets LG BP325W Blu-ray Player was watching a movie that had way too much sharpness added LG BP325W Blu-ray Player post, so with just a few clicks I was able to fix this from within the player and got excellent results.
Playback from burned discs or from a USB drive is supported and playback is perfect. I have tons of downloaded content on my PC, and all I have to do is copy the stuff I feel like watching to a thumb drive, insert it into the player and bob's your uncle although I highly recommend a USB 3 thumb drive - it significantly cuts down in transfer time.
An average 5 gig LG BP325W Blu-ray Player files copies in just 2 mins.
I'll experiment more in the future and see if I can get it to work, but in all honesty it would probably take just as much time for me to unhook the drive from my PC, take it downstairs and hook it up to the player and LG BP325W Blu-ray Player it into the wall as it would LG BP325W Blu-ray Player just copy what I want to watch to the thumb drive. The player also supports multiple audio formats and can output high resolution audio, such as 92 and khz material.
I popped in a home burnt DVD audio disc of the quad mix of Dark Side of the Moon and it played instantly and perfectly. It's also supposed to be able to rip CDs to a LG BP325W Blu-ray Player drive, although I couldn't get this to work. Waiting for LG support to get back to me on this.
The last major feature of the w is it's wifi connectivity. It found and connected to my router with no issues and there is an on screen key board for password typing LG BP325W Blu-ray Player any other apps that require input. The first thing I did was check for new firmware, and there was an update, so I downloaded and installed it.
LG is very good about frequent FM updates that fix bugs or add new features, so I plan to check for updates often: Better than more expensive models that I have used in the past. Simple operation, vivid picture, compact with no freezing.
My only complaint is I've had to enter my LG BP325W Blu-ray Player password on a number of occasions, it should stay in memory. One other downside is that the remote has extremely short range. It does not work more than 6 feet from the unit. The size and ease of installation was a real plus.