LG UBK90: 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Disc™ Player with Dolby Vision®
LG UBK90: 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Disc™ Player with Dolby Vision® | LG USA
4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Disc™ Player with Dolby Vision®
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- 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Playback
- Dolby Vision®
Features and Specs
Content created for High Dynamic Range, or HDR, can display an even more breathtaking picture with bolder contrast and more vibrant colors. This LG Blu-ray disc player is HDR compatible with Dolby Vision™1 and HDR10.
Dolby Vision™2 high dynamic range optimizes the color and brightness scene-by-scene for an even more spectacular picture. This LG Ultra HD Blu-ray player supports multiple HDR formats, including premium Dolby Vision.
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disk Playback
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc provides the ultimate in audio/video quality with a stunning 4K picture and state-of-the-art audio. Pop in a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc and prepare to be transported.
4K Streaming Content
Popular online video services such as Netflix and Youtube offer a wide range of premium 4K content, much of it unavailable from any other source. This Internet-ready LG device is capable of delivering an uncompromising 4K Ultra HD experience.
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Blu-ray player LG BD370 high definition HDTV 1080p FullHD
Blu-ray player Network Blu-ray Disc Player LG BD370 high definition video LG BD370 (BD-370, BD370-P)
Scratches on the case
Broken financial crisis is not a reason to refuse purchases. As the saying goes: “Crisis comes and goes, but life goes on.”
LG BD370 is perfectly balanced and honestly works out the money spent on the purchase. The asset of the device is an excellent picture, the ability to work with portable data carriers, support for the modern BD 2.0 profile, the presence of a built-in Ethernet port.
In addition to the spectacular appearance that can decorate your home cinema, the device also has advanced functionality. Well, its price, even in a crisis, will not make a financial hole in the family budget.
The turntable immediately catches the eye with its stylish and elegant design, which combines the classic black lacquer color scheme with chrome trim details. The player’s operating modes are controlled using a multifunctional chrome button. Its central part is occupied by a power switch, framed along the contour with a matte rim, which simultaneously serves as a network indicator. The color of its glow changes depending on the contents of the disk loader. If you are listening to a CD, the button is highlighted in purple, when working with a DVD, the color changes to orange. Well, Blu-ray media, of course, corresponds to the blue color. Information about the player’s operating modes is displayed on a luminescent display with an unobtrusive green-blue glow.
A high-speed twelve-bit video DAC is responsible for processing the video signal in the player. Thanks to this, smooth and natural color transitions can now be obtained in the image. The high-quality scaler processor is capable of upscaling standard definition footage up to 1080p. True, fans of original 480i/p DVDs will be disappointed. The fact is that the player supports these resolutions only with component switching. And when using the HDMI port, the video data will be forcibly converted to 576p format.
Of course, the player is fully multi-format and can work correctly with all modern media types. Using the built-in USB port, you can connect portable data storage devices, as well as portable hard drives, to work with multimedia content. In addition to showing digital slides and playing MP3 files from USB media, MPEG4 (DivX) video clips are also supported.
And using the Ethernet network port in conjunction with BDLive technology (supported profile – BD profile 2.0) the device has access to such advanced features as downloading HD quality movies, participating in quizzes and interactive games, including multiplayer ones. In addition to this, the player has the ability to view videos from YouTube.
The sound path of the player meets all modern requirements for devices of this class. In addition to supporting standard definition audio formats including DTS, the developers have also implemented the ability to work with high-definition codecs such as Dolby True HD and DTS-HD. True, the built-in decoder is two-channel, and “understands” only standard definition formats, but no one canceled the possibility of connecting an external receiver.
Works with BD (Blu-ray Disc), BD-R, BD-Re, DVD, DVD±R, DVD±RW, CD, CD-R, CD-RW media
Image supports HDTV and progressive scan
Output resolutions 720p, 1080i, 1080p (FullHD)
Supported MP3, WMA, MKV, AVCHD, H.264, MPEG4, DivX, XviD, JPEG
9000 2 Dolby Digital Plus audio decoders, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD
24p True Cinema support
USB media playback support
RJ-45 LAN port
YouTube, BD-Live network services
90 002 Video outputs: HDMI , component 3x RCA, composite RCA
Audio outputs: analog stereo 2x RCA, digital audio Optical and Coaxial
Built-in power supply
Dimensions 43x25x5 cm, weight 3 kg
Original remote control included
Network Blu- ray Disc Player LG BD370
Blu-ray player LG BP740 | SalonAV magazine
It’s been a while since we thought about Blu-ray players. It might even seem to someone that with the development of online technologies, they are about to sink into oblivion. However, nothing of the sort has happened so far. Moreover, it is not excluded that in the near future this class of equipment expects a real renaissance.
- Objective data
- Playable discs: BD-ROM/BD-R/BD-RE, DVD-ROM/DVD±R/DVD±RW, Audio CD/CD-R/CD-RW, DTS-CD
- Video file decoding: MPEG-1, MPEG2 PS/TS, MPEG4 AVC (H.264), VC1 (VC-9), DivX & DivX HD, MKV, AVC Rec, AVCHD, M4V, WMV, 3GP, MP4, MOV, FLV, VOB, TS, DAT
- Audio stream decoding: LPCM, DTS, Dolby Digital/Digital Plus/TrueHD (2ch)
- Wi-Fi/Wi-Fi Direct: yes/yes
- 3D support: yes
- Connection: HDMI Out, Digital audio Out (optical), LAN (RG-45), USB
- Power consumption: 16 W
- Dimensions: 430 x 43.5 x 205 mm
- Weight: 1.55 kg
To be honest, over the past couple of years, the demand for Blu-ray and DVD discs, and hence for equipment for their playback, has fallen dramatically. The reason is known to all – the heyday of torrent trackers, on which, until recently, it was possible to easily find high-quality copies of almost any movie. However, as time goes by, the online video market is gradually being legalized. This, of course, is about Russia, since in the United States and Western Europe this process has long been and quite successfully completed. So, in an attempt to profit for free from the image of the next fresh disc, our online moviegoers are increasingly coming across messages like “Distribution blocked by Roskomnadzor.” And there is no doubt that in the near future the control of the content of trackers will become almost total, and the methods of blocking illegal distributions will become even more sophisticated.
The piquancy of the situation is that legal Internet cinemas cannot help those who appreciate a clear picture, at least for now. Their streaming, despite the proud “Full HD” and even “4K” nameplates, cannot be compared in quality with Blu-ray content encoded with an honest bitrate of about 40 Mbps. So there is only one road left – to the store for the player and disks.
To deal with the current state of affairs in the world of disc players, we decided to try out one of the newest and most advanced BD players, the LG BP740. This is the flagship model of the new line, which should go on sale in early April.
Combination of polished plastic and rough-brushed metal for a stylish and futuristic look. Special respect to the developers for keeping the main buttons on the case – today they are often sacrificed to design ideas, which has the most negative effect on ease of operation.
It makes sense to start getting acquainted with the player not with Blu-ray playback, but with online functions, since in terms of their diversity the device is in no way inferior to the most advanced models of smart TVs. First, the BP740 is equipped with a Wi-Fi module that supports Miracast mode. In other words, it can not only connect to a wireless router, but also receive video content directly from smartphones and tablets. And the Smart Share system (a proprietary extension of the DLNA protocol) makes it possible to play media files from stationary servers and workstations present on the local network with the same success.
But the main source of entertainment will definitely be LG Smart TV – BP740 supports almost all the numerous applications and services available in this ecosystem, except for working with a video camera, and it cannot be controlled by voice or gestures.
On the other hand, the Magic Remote, already familiar to us from the top models of LG TVs, was found in the kit. In fact, this is a wireless spatial manipulator with a minimum of buttons, but a very convenient scroll wheel. The accuracy of cursor positioning is such that even typing from a relatively small virtual keyboard that appears in the setup menu does not cause problems. By the way, in addition to flash drives and hard drives (NTFS file system, up to 2 TB), you can also connect a full-fledged “keyboard” via USB.
Another extremely practical system is Privat Sound Mode 2.0. With its help, the sound is sent not only to wireless headphones, but also to any smartphone that supports audio streaming via Bluetooth.
Practical tests have demonstrated the excellent ergonomics of all control systems and the ease of navigating through the setup menu. Problems arose only with the connection of LG Smart World applications – many of them require registration in the LGE AppStore application store, which the player refused to carry out, referring to the impossibility of establishing a connection, while navigating through other resources worked fine.
Despite the icons indicating that the test copy belongs to the first DVD zone and Blu-ray zone A, the device played only “multi-sono” and discs intended for sale in our region.
Movies on Blu-ray are loaded quite quickly, on average, about 20 seconds, the image quality on the screen of the test 55-inch plasma panel was almost perfect.