Quick question- The Fry's Panasonic does not mention if it will play DVD rips over DLNA. That is what I need. Don't want to use conversion software to share from PC to TV. From Fry's "Share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) by simply connecting to a home network (LAN). "
Also I cannot tell if this does upconversion. TIA!
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I tried to get in on the NewEgg deal back in November for 2 of these for $59.99 each. After all the finger pointing between NewEgg and UPS, it was discovered that NewEgg never shipped and then they were out of stock and didn't know if they would be getting any more. It took over a month to get refunds.
I ended up purchasing one from Dell for around $70 after an AMEX statement credit. I am glad I only purchased one because although it is nice and compact in size, the output on the player is excellent and you can watch burned DVD's plus just about any format of movies/music from a usb drive, the apps are VERY limited. I believe there is Netflix, Vudu, Weather Channel and YouTube. There is no Hula, no Amazon on Demand, no Pandora and no web browsing. I ended up purchasing a Sony 590 to supplement what the LG325 was missing. The Sony picture is not as good but other features make up for it depending on the purpose of use. I got this for $75.00 after an Amex statement credit of $25.00.
I juggle these two between the bedroom and living room depending on what my needs are. If ONLY they could have a Blu Ray player that did what the two of them do together!
I hope this may help with your buying decision. If you aren't looking for apps, this is perfect. I haven't had any problems with either.
I'm surprised that Newegg gave some of you a hard time. There supposed to be very reputable to deal with.
Regarding LG, I also wanted to point out the remote control isn't very powerful in their blu-ray players. It takes 1 AAA battery (at least in mine) and you have to point directly to the device, and sometimes hit the button many times for it to register.
I do value blu-ray picture quality over features though. I would rather use an LG blu-ray player with superior picture quality, and use a Smart TV with built-in Netflix, Hulu, etc to supplement whatever
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