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The main navigation buttons are on the remote but the others are all on a bar that appears at the bottom of screen when you press the Menu button. Whilst using the remote wasn't quite the revelatory experience it was with LG's new TVs, we did find that LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player a period of adjustment we could use this remote just as quickly as more traditional ones and the pointer itself was quite accurate and responsive.

LG BP730 review

It also makes navigating the smart features an easy and pleasurable experience, so we found ourselves really warming to the provided magic remote. Setup and Menus As with previous years, the LG user interface remains a perfect example of a well designed and informative menu system.

As such it's a pleasure to navigate, with everything centred around the Home screen. We cover the majority of these options in the features section, so here we'll concentrate on the Settings menu. It is perhaps representative of the networked world we live in, that the order of the Settings menu has been changed to reflect this. There is also a button called Option, which shows you disc information such as chapters, titles, running time and time elapsed, audio chosen and any subtitles or angles chosen. There is the option to change the aspect ratio, select the user settings and access information about the LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player from the Gracenote database.

However you can also download more apps from the LG Smart World section, which you can then save and access in the My Apps section.

It's good to see that LG's Blu-ray players now offer their 3D video streaming service, which increases the amount of 3D content available to the user. Along with built-in WiFi and WiFi Direct WiDithe BP also includes Near Field Communication and Miracast, which allows easy connection with your mobile device and screen mirroring, allowing you to share videos, music and photos from your mobile device on your TV screen. There's also LG's Sound Gallery where you can choose from seven different sound genres and their LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player Sound feature, which allows you to send sound from your TV to your mobile devices via WiFi, allowing you to listen to the TV through the headphones of your smartphone, tablet or laptop.

Speaking of smartphones and tablets, there is also LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player latest version of LG's remote app, which is freely available for both iOS and Android. The app is well designed, attractive and easy to use, with a navigation controller, a touch pad, a QWERTY keyboard, content info and various settings. We found that the app worked very well and whilst not quite as interactive as some of competition, it does provide a viable alternative to the provided remote.

3D-Capable Blu-ray Disc™ Player with Smart TV and Magic Remote

The same is equally true with digital audio and since the BP is essentially a digital transport with no analogue options, we would expect a flawless performance with both audio and video. As a result the overall 3D performance of the BP was excellent with the all the content we tried playing flawlessly.

With recent purchases like Oz the Great and Powerful, Texas Chainsaw and Bait we encountered no firmware issues, added crosstalk or any other unwanted artefacts affecting picture quality. As with the 3D performance, the digital nature of the content means that any Blu-ray player capable of outputting p24 should essentially be identical to any other when using the HDMI output. That is of course as LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player as the manufacturers don't mess with the output by adding picture mode options rather than just maintaining the integrity of the output on their players.

LG BP 3D Capable Blu-ray Disc Player BP B&H Photo Video

However the Movie and Vivid modes need to be avoided — Vivid over-emphasises the colour palette and clips detail near white, whilst the Movie mode does the opposite. In the Standard mode the BP output the video without any issues, all the Blu-rays we watched showed plenty of fine detail and appeared free from any undue judder.


The ability of the player to detect film content inside an interlaced signal and correctly deinterlace it is important and, as we have come to expect from LG, their proprietary video processing is exceptionally good. As a result, extra functionality and features are playing an ever-increasing role.


Take the LG BP This Blu-ray player has a LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player of tricks up its sleeve, but is it all smoke and mirrors at the expense of picture and sound quality? The brushed-effect top panel and slot-loader add a dash of style, as does the arrangement of touch-sensitive buttons on the narrow ledge running long the front of the machine.

A single HDMI output, optical digital output and Ethernet socket LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player all on the rear, while a USB input on the front will accept media files from flash storage devices or larger external hard drives. Skin tones on the lead characters look realistic as do clothing textures.

The picture lacks clarity and resolution. Get information on the LG BP Find pictures, reviews, and technical specifications for this LG BP LG BP730 Blu-Ray Disc Player Blu-ray Disc™ Player with Smart TV and. Bring the power of LG Electronics to your home entertainment system with this 3-D Blu-ray player. This player is Internet capable and comes with a Smart TV.

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