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LG - UP875 4K Ultra HD 3D Blu-ray Player - Black

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Enjoy your favorite movies with this LG Blu-ray player. It works with 4K televisions and monitors and includes Ultra HD Premium technology for crisp, sharp images, and it supports Dolby Atmos for producing room-filling surround sound.
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • LG UP875
    • Remote control, batteries

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1982 out of 2082)

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    Features


    True 4K Ultra HD Playback with HDR

    Play 4K Ultra HD movies at 4x the resolution of full 1080p HD, letting you watch your favorite scenes with a level of detail and clarity like never before.

    Blu-ray player

    For high-definition movie playback with resolution up to 5 times greater than DVD. Watch films in stunning high-definition just like you do on the big screen.

    Upconvert DVDs

    Delivers greatly enhanced video performance of standard DVDs by upconverting their video resolution to HDTV-compliant up to 4K via the HDMI interface.

    3D technology

    So you can experience full 3D content when you pair this Blu-ray player with a 3D HDTV.

    Ethernet port

    For firmware updates only.

    Playable formats

    Include CD-R/RW, DVD±R/RW, DVD-ROM, DVD, CD, BD-R, BD-RE and BD-ROM.

    Also supports AAC, MPEG1 Layer2, MP3, FLAC, LPCM, MPEG2 Layer2, MPEG-1, XviD, MKV, VC-1, AVCHD, MOV, AVC, 3GP, VOB, TS, DAT, FLV, M4V, H.265, MPEG-2 PS, MPEG-2 TS, MPEG-4 AVC and MP4 formats.

    1 HDMI output

    High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a Blu-ray experience with a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound.

    For additional information please see the Specifications Tab.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 2082 reviews

    95%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good 4k Blu-Ray player that's missing features

      Posted
      BillFromKC
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      TL;DR version: I'd give this player 4 stars because I caught it as a deal of the day, but I want to be more subjective on the value proposition. At the current sale price (as of 6/13/18), it's an okay value and earns 3 stars, but I'd probably pass and wait. At it's regular price, I'd avoid it like the plague because you can spend a little more and get a more fully-featured player with WiFi and streaming capability. For most people, I wouldn't recommend this, but if you already have a streaming box or a smart TV, it might actually be worth it to you. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Long version: I picked up my LG UP875 4k Blu-Ray Player as a deal of the day about a month ago. I had been wanting to upgrade from a standard 2D-only Blu-Ray player (Samsung BD-J57, which is a decent Blu-Ray player) to something that does 4k Blu-Rays along with 3D for the few 3D titles I own. The UP875 fit the bill as I didn't need streaming apps on the player (smart TV, streaming player, and a PC are part of my home theater setup). As a stand-alone player, I'm pretty impressed. Video quality is great on every format it supports, DVD upscaling looks good, and discs run smoothly. Compared to the Blu-Ray player this replaces (Samsung BD-J5700), movies load faster.It also does great with content stored on hard drives, flash drives, and even files burned to discs (single and dual-layer DVDs and Blu-Rays are compatible - and CDs too) as long as the content is DRM-free. The biggest limitation some will come across is file system compatibility on flash drives and hard drives - this can only read FAT32 and NTFS hard drives, so if you make backups of your movies for the kids and you run a Mac, you'll probably want to invest in a USB DVD burner. Do you have an Android phone? The UP875 will also play back any media you have on your phone, as long as it doesn't have DRM protections on it. This is something I didn't get to play with, however. As far as the unit's aesthetic qualities go, the smooth front is a very clean look, as opposed to the "busy" front side or competing players. An indicator glows red for standby or green for on. Also, minimalist front-panel buttons are a nice touch and don't detract from the styling of the unit. So for what it lacks - anything to do with streaming. It doesn't do. No Netflix, no Vudu, no YouTube, no Hulu. It also doesn't support DLNA or file-level browsing on your network, or media servers like Plex. It only has a single HDMI output, so if you have an older AV receiver that doesn't support 4k HDR (or 4k video), then plan on either upgrading your receiver or only getting 5.1 audio from the player (via optical or your TV's HDMI ARC connection). All told, this is a great disc player and a good option for playing media from external hard drives and flash drives. It's lack on network options is disappointing and unexpected at it's MSRP price and "sale" price (sale price as of 6/13/2018). As a deal of the day, I give it 4 stars. At it's sale price (and it's usually on sale), I give it 3 stars and only recommend it to those who already have a streaming box or smart TV. At full price, however, I can't recommend it and would tell you that you're better off spending another $50 to get a player with streaming functionality. If LG would fix this part of the equation - EVEN WITHOUT WIFI - I would feel better about recommending this player for most people looking for a 4k upgrade.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Once you go 4K, you never go back

      Posted
      OneDub79
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Since I have a 4K TV, I figured I'd shop for a 4K Blu-Ray player. I saw this 4K HDR Blu Ray on sale at Best Buy for $99. I thought the price was a steal, so I purchased. The picture quality is great. What I like the most, is the player not only plays 4K Blu-Ray disc in native 4K HDR resolution, it upconverts standard Blu-Ray disc to an upscaled 4k resolution, as well, as DVDs, depending on HDMI cable. In addition, the player can play, just about any other kind of disc, including re-writable disc. Now, this player will NOT play disc for gaming! To see resolution in HDR from 4K Blu-Ray disc, the user's 4K TV must have HDR. My TCL 55p605 does. However, during HDR playback from 4K Blu-Ray disc, the images on my particular TV showed a bit dim. However, I now have a 4K HDR HDMI cable, which I'll mention, later. NOW, the images show brighter and improved sound quality. The player also plays 3D disc. Of course, a 3D TV is needed. The player is easy to set up and use, even for non-tech savvy individuals. The player comes with one USB port, where users can connect a USB to see their pictures and videos. Plus, an optical port to connect a soundbar. Plus, an Ethernet port to connect to a router for firmware updates. Of course, I do NOT like that this player does not have a wireless connection, but not a deal-breaker. Overall, this is a good 4K player. However, I would suggest some high-end HDMI cables, preferably by AudioQuest to get the most out of the performance. Of course, this all depends on the type of TV the user has on HDR playback.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Nothing fancy.... just what I needed...

      Posted
      banjo
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      So easy to spend mega bucks on the latest greatest technology... but this was all I needed to play 4K UHD on a new smart TV. The higher priced players are "smart" and "wireless" and whaddever and I just don't need that. The TV is already smart enough and don't need any more thinking machines to play a video disc. Set up was easy peasy, just plug in and connect HDMI cable, a couple of quick settings on the player (the defaults were just fine) and off and running. Had to try out the "Blue Earth II" that just came out in 4K, and played exactly as it is supposed to. Older DVD player was showing DVDs in about 1/2 the screen (kind of a suprise when first hooking up the TV to the old DVD player) and this LG Player upscaled the old DVDs just fine and gives and really nice picture. Just watched some of The Incredibles and doggone if it is not VERY nice quality picture. This gives me renewed hope for enjoying those oldies but goodies that I spent a bundle on over the years! Streaming hi-def movies and shows is nice, but man oh man I got lots of good movies that are still worth watching for the umpteenth time, and now I can enjoy them in extra fidelity thanks to the upscaling on this LG player. Spend more if you want to, this one has all you need to replace the old DVD player without breaking the bank. Spend the money you saved on Blue Earth II and see what 4K is all about!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing Player with Amazing Price

      Posted
      CorgiNoir
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      So unfortunately, even as I'm writing this review, the price appears to have gone up on this player, but that makes me even more thankful I picked it up when I did. My fiancé and I had been looking into upgrading our entertainment set up to 4K for awhile now, and while we were certain of getting a 4K tv, getting a 4K UHD Blu-ray Player didn't seem like it was going to be in our budget until sometime down the line. This was kind of disappointing to me, as a movie fan and collector, one of the main reasons I wanted to upgrade to 4K was so I could begin branching out and upgrading to the 4K Blu-rays. So when we finally decided to pull the trigger on the television and I found this player on sale online for a killer price (listed at $79.99 on BestBuy.com), I was beyond excited. Most players ranging anywhere from $150-$200 at the lowest end. This one was only marked down to $129.99 when we went in person (which is still a good deal), but thankfully they looked it up and gave me the $79 price that can't be beat (though it looks like it has since been taken down). In addition to our new Samsung HDR 4k television and this player, we also picked up the first season of Westworld on 4k to get the full experience of our new purchases, and I have to say I was blown away. I had already watched the show on our old 1080p setup, and it still looked nice, but this was another level. Like I said, the sale price we picked it up for has since gone away, but even $129 feels like a steal for this quality machine.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Player

      Posted
      JJ452

      I've read several of the reviews on this LG 4K player. It seems that many of us seem to forget that different people look for different things on these electronics (TVs, DVD Players, etc). So all those reviewers who are complaining that it didn't have this or that, should have read the specs for the player before they bought it. I don't need streaming; I don't care that it doesn't have WiFi; I don't care that it's not Smart. My 4K TV does all that. I wanted a dependable player that plays native 4K discs & upconverts. And by the way, any of these players only convert BDs 1080 pixels up to 4K. Regular DVDs at 720 pixels are upconverted to 1080, not 4K. So I got a 4K player that goes with my Smart 4K TV and that's all I wanted. At 73 I have 20/20 vision (with glasses) & there's nothing wrong with my hearing. This LG provides and upconverts an excellent picture and I don't need a hundred woofers blasting me out of the house. Sometimes simplicity is a wonderful thing.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Just what the Dr. ordered

      Posted
      doubledeej
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Having been disappointed by another Ultra HD Blu-ray player that had just died on me (just out of warranty) I was discouraged about having to shop for another one, especially considering that my previous player was a high-end model that I thought I would miss. Fortunately, this player from LG went on sale at a bargain price and I decided to give it a go. I'm so glad I did. This is superior to my previous player in every way, despite being a quarter of the price. It's faster, more reliable, and easier to navigate. The only warning I'd give to potential buyers is that this is only a basic player -- no streaming options, and no WiFi (without streaming, that isn't really needed very badly). It does play video files off of an attached USB hard drive with no problem, and its disc playback has been absolutely flawless. Bottom line is, as long as you don't need streaming, this player is hard to beat. Based on what I know now this is the player that I am currently recommending to friends and family who ask.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great basic UHD Blu-ray player

      Posted
      Customer
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This was an impulse purchase in order to spend enough to get 2-year 0% financing on my Best Buy credit card, so didn't do any research beforehand. I was going to go with the Samsung player that has streaming apps, just because I liked the physical appearance more (the LG is just a black rectangular box) but all the Samsung boxes on the shelf were marked as previously sold and returned. That seemed like a bad sign, so I went with the LG. There's not much to say about the LG. It just works. It plays the Ultra HD audio and video formats, including Atmos and HDR10. Blu-Ray and Ultra HD Blu-Ray Discs load very quickly- sometimes so quickly that I don't even see the disc's little loading progress bar animation. My ~5-year-old Panasonic blu-ray player sometimes took 15 seconds or more to load a disc. It pretty much just plays discs- it doesn't have any streaming apps, like Netflix. The more expensive model does, but literally every other device I have connected to my TV, and even the TV itself does, so I didn't need them.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent no frills 4K HDR DVD player for the buck

      Posted
      AMX1
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I have no need for streaming capability or WiFi (has Ethernet) in a DVD player and do not want to pay for these features, yet still require a 4K HDR player. The LG UP875 meets that requirement very well and the holiday price of less than some HD DVD players made it that more a better deal. The player works just fine out of the box with default settings and a 4K HDMI cable is required or it will not work at all. The settings menu allows for tweaking if required. My only complaint is the remote is missing a direct access Subtitle button and I have to go through the settings menu to turn on or off the subtitles as required. There are no settings for HDR, it is automatic and my TV will indicate when HDR content is being played. If you are considering jumping up to 4K and HDR, this unit will do the trick very well at a very affordable holiday price.

      I would recommend this to a friend





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