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LG BD660 Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player

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  • 3D Feature
  • 1080p Playback
  • USB playback
  • DLNA Certified
  • Dolby TrueHD
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Region Two Playback Only

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.4 Kg
  • Item model number: BD660
  • ASIN: B004Y8M8ZY
  • Date first available at 1 July 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 51,266 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

3D PlaybackBlu Ray & Upscales DVD to 1080pDNLA CertifiedNetCast - BBCiPlayer, YouTubeWired Ethernet ConnectionSmart Phone Remote ControlExternal HDD PlaybackBlu-Ray SupportSIMPLINK (HDMI-CEC)Time barCinema zoomFirmware updateYes - via network, USBDLNACIFSDISPALY MODELOriginal Price £149.99

Manufacturer's Description

LG BD660 3D Blu-ray player

3D-Capable Blu-ray Disc Player with SmartTV and Wireless Connectivity

If you want stunning Full HD 1080p and the unlimited possibilities of Entertainment Access, you've found it with the BD660 Network Blu-ray Disc Player. With LG Smart TV Access and Integrated Wi-Fi Connectivity, you get thousands of movies, Apps, shows and online videos straight to your TV from your wireless Internet connection at home. This is a Blu-ray player that delivers the best in HD, while setting your entertainment free in more ways than one.

3D Blu-ray Disc and Blu-ray Disc 1080p Playback

Enjoy 3D Blu-ray Disc movies in stunning Full HD 1080p. Bring the 3D cinema experience into your home with the LG BD660 3D Blu-ray disc player. Enjoy your favourite 3D movies in the highest possible quality in amazing 1080p high definition. The LG BD660 also supports standard Blu-ray Disc movies in high definition and upscale DVDs to near HD quality, allowing you to really get the most out of your existing collection of DVDs. The BD660 provides the ultimate in picture resolution delivering incredible picture clarity and vibrant colours. You'll see up to five times the picture quality and detail in comparison to standard definition and double the detail compared to DVD players. Team this Blu-ray player up with a 3D TV to enjoy the ultimate immersive viewing experience in your living room, with sports, documentaries and blockbuster movies bursting out of the screen for a true cinema experience from the comfort of your own sofa.

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Smart TV

So smart, it's simple. Welcome to a new world of entertainment with the award winning LG Smart TV - You and your family will be entertained for hours by enjoying the best of the internet directly on the big screen, without the need for a computer. You can access all your favourite shows from the last seven days with BBC iPlayer, connect with friends on Social Networking services, watch YouTube videos, download apps from the LG App store and even access your favourite websites with the on-board web browser. The LG Magic Motion Remote Control * lets you take control of your Smart TV with incredible simplicity. Just like a mouse it provides the easiest control of your LG Smart TV with just a point and a click, without the hassle of using multiple buttons and arrow keys. Enjoy browsing the internet straight from your LG Smart TV. You can search the internet whenever you want, by simply clicking the Web Browser icon you can easily access your favourite websites without having to turn your PC or laptop on. To get access to LG Smart TV it couldn' T be easier. Simply plug in an Ethernet cable from your broadband router to the back of the TV or plug in an LG Wi-Fi USB dongle for wireless access, then sit back and follow the on-screen instructions to start enjoying LG Smart TV.

*Magic Motion Remote Control sold separately.


Blu-ray disc 1080p Playback

Make the most of your HDTV. Blu-ray disc playback delivers exceptional Full HD 1080p video performance, along with Bonus-view for a picture-in-picture.

1080p Up-scaling

Making old just like new. No need to go out and replace your old DVD collection. Even they look better on Blu-ray. Standard DVD Up-Scaling delivers exceptional image quality from standard DVDs with 1080p up scaling via HDMI output.

USB 2.0 Playback

Memories on the big screen. Want to view a highlight reel of the family holiday in the comfort of your living room? USB Media Host lets you view family photos, watch videos and listen to music from USB storage devices.

Dolby TrueHD

Dolby Digital Plus lets you experience all of the enveloping surround sound that Blu-ray Disc, high-definition (HD) broadcast, and streamed and downloaded media make possible. With up to 7.1 channels of premium-quality surround sound, you' Ll follow the action with your eyes and your ears.

DLNA Certified

Imagine being able to download a movie from the internet, and then seamlessly be able to watch it on your TV instantly. Well with the HR600' S DLNA capabilities, that is now a possibility. Access to videos, photos and music from your home network through this DLNA certified media player. This feature brings digital entertainment libraries within easy reach to the big-screen.

Entertainment at your fingertips

Internet access lets you stream instant content from BBC iplayer, Acetrax, and YouTube direct to your TV -- no computer required. Disclaimer: Internet connection & Subscriptions required and sold separately.

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Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By tpbstu on 29 Feb. 2012
I bought this DVD player a couple of weeks back and I've been delighted with it....well almost. DVD play back is excellent. I've also got it networked to a hard drive so it displays all our photographs, plays all our music, and it plays back some of our movies that are on that drive. We also have a range of apps, most of which are pretty useless but BBC iPlayer and You Tube are big pluses.

Where it all falls down is that LG have over promised and under sold. In the advertising blurb it says that using LG Smart you will be able to download apps, access your favourite browser and use it for social networking using Netcast. Well I've got Netcast but there is no access to Facebook or Twitter, or to any sort of internet browser.

It wasn't my main reason for choosing this DVD player. These days everyone in the house has a mobile phone that can do all that, or access to a laptop or a PC, but you can't award something five stars when it hasn't got everything that the advertising blurb promised.
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53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Willy Eckerslike on 4 Nov. 2011
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Having been overcome by the irresistible siren-song of new shiny things I finally wore down the resistance of my more sensible other half and took the plunge to upgrade from our perfectly good three year old 37" Samsung LCD telly and ancient, though excellent, Toshiba DVD player. After much exhaustive research, the TV I fell for was a 42" LG LCD (the 42LK540U) and, as coincidence would have it, the Blu-ray player that finally seduced me was the LG BD660.

All of the other Blu-ray players seemed to have something against them, including poor DVD upscaling, noisy operation and price. This unit suffers none of these ills. Given that we have hundreds of DVDs, the quality of upscaling to full 1080p was an important consideration and we were not disappointed; obviously the quality of the upscaling depends on the quality of the DVD; for example Source Code is a bit grainy while Lord of the Rings is near Blu-ray quality, but all of the DVD's we've watched so far have been as good as or better than watching on the old DVD player. The player whirs and clunks quietly to itself when a disk is first inserted, but after that there is no drive noise at all. Blu-ray playback is phenomenal. We were a little sceptical about whether we would be able to see the difference between DVD and Blu-ray with our aging eyes, but the difference is incredible; it's like seeing the first DVD after being used to VHS. The only Blu-ray we have so far is the Avatar Collector's edition and it is noticeably more crisp (edges you could shave with!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Brewster on 7 Oct. 2011
This is a fantastic no thrills players. Design is simple but practical.

2D play back of Blurays are brilliant. My only comparison is a first gen Sony player, but this streets ahead.
Note - Grainy images may occur because the player defaults to vivd colour setting while playing blurays. While playing a bluray access the info button and change colour to standard to see a drastic improvement.
Not tried 3D - so no comment.

Net apps are plentiful , including BBC iplayer in the UK. This allows access to HD content too.
You tube app though does not allow access to HD content.
Weather app, digital radio, film app (never heard of) and something to watch trailers, which I think piggy backs from youtube.

DNLA works like a charm. Reads my network server as a media server and file server. I can play everything with no issues. Only draw back is when reading from file server, files are not in alphabetical order and music is not displayed or player in number order.

Load up time of player is 3 seconds, discs load very quickly , no waiting around.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By scirroco on 21 Dec. 2011
Excellent and thoroughly capable Blu-ray player which plays 3d films very well and is also a dab hand at up scaling your existing Dvd's to near Blu-ray standard and it all works extremely well and more importantly the actual content looks brilliant almost breath-taking at times. If you don't have a smart TV you do now as it has a smart TV function so you can access BBC iplayer, YouTube, etc and this works very smoothly and without any fuss. You need to plug in an ethernet cable from your broadband router to the player to access this functionality or you could buy an LG wireless dongle although they are quite pricey so if you don't mind the extra wire that's the cheaper solution. For the money this does everything most people will ever need period, stop looking you've found your ideal Blu-ray player.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Crane on 11 Feb. 2012
I've had the BD660 since it was launched nearly a year ago. My first unit had to be returned within two weeks as the disc mechanism started to 'scream' when spinning up. A week later the replacement unit arrived and all has been well since.

Many other reviews have pointed out the highlights so I'll not go over them again, but in summary:

DVD/BD - faster playback and quieter than my previous DVD kit
DLNA - quickly finds and retrieves all CIFS, SAMBA, Win7, NAS, Symbian Phone based files I've got
Network updates - happen seamlessly
Netcast - BBC iPlayer excellent. Speedy response compares well to PC version. Reasonable youtube interface

Netcast - LG website promised (and still does) 'social networking'; well, not on my kit. No facebook, no twitter, so to what do they refer? :-(. When I asked their support team about this missing (advertised) feature they referred me to the website caveats page which transalates to 'you can't believe all you may read here'. Very poor show LG especially as you've had a year to correct the 'mistake'. I saw the BD660 in Comet this week (which prompted me to write this screed) and the Comet ticket refers to Netflix and Facebook'; unsurprisingly the assistant was unable to conjure them up.

So, lack of advertised social media functions aside, this gadget was a good buy (but left me with a sour taste with respect to future LG kit delivering on all they promise)
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