LG BP175 Region Free Blu-Ray Player

Last updated date: October 19, 2020

DWYM Score
6.3

LG BP175 Region Free Blu-Ray Player

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Overall Take

This region-free Blu-ray player helps you make the most out of your HDTV, no matter where you live. You will enjoy 1080-pixel video performance, plus high-definition audio that will be music to your ears. It comes with a Hemi output cable and a remote, and it has USB input and supports PAL and NTSC. In our analysis of 15 expert reviews, the LG LG BP175 Region Free Blu-Ray Player placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note October 19, 2020:
Checkout The Best Blu-Ray Player for a detailed review of all the top blu-ray players.

Expert Summarized Score
5.0
1 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.0
4,316 user reviews
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From The Manufacturer

LG BP175 Region Free Blu-ray Player (Multi Region) Package Includes LG BM-175Region Free Blu-ray Player 6-Foot Dynastar Trademark HDMI Cable Remote with Batteries included 110-240 volts Power Supply with North America / USA plug EU Plug adaptor for use Overseas Region Free Instructions Sheet LG BP175 Region Free Blu-ray Player Features Region Free Playback of Any Region Blu-ray. Includes Region A, Region B, and Region C Reverse Compatible and Plays Any Region Standard DVD. Includes Region 0, region 1, region 2, region 3, Region 4, Region 5, Region 6, Region 7 & Region 8 Supports Pal and NTSC with Full Conversion so you can play any DVD or Blu-ray on any TV 110-240 volts so the power supply is compatible with electricity anywhere in the world. It will work on 110 volts, 120 volts, 220 volts, & 240 Volts This player is easy to use and compatible with DVDs and Blue-rays purchased anywhere internationally. Supports PAL and NTSC with full conversion so you can play any DVD or Blu-ray on any TV. At 110-240 volts, the Blue ray DVD player works internationally with electricity around the world. Unit Dimensions: 10. 6" X 1. 7" X 7. 7" Works On Any TV with HDMI INPUT Model Number is LG BP175 This is the Region Free version & Will Play DVDs and Blue-rays from any region in the world. PLAYS REGION A, REGION B, AND REGION C BLU-RAY- THESE 3 REGIONS COVER ALL BLU-RAYS FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD PLAYS REGION 0, REGION 1, REGION 2, REGION 3, REGION 4, REGION 5, REGION 6, REGION 7 & REGION 8 - NO RESTRICTIONS

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An Overview On Blu-Ray Players

If you’re not familiar with Blu-ray, it is a high-definition format used for filming and presenting video content. Another format much like this is HDTV, or high-definition television. Blue-ray allows viewers to experience better image detail, more shades of color and added depth. It uses video compression and blue-laser technology to create higher-definition video playbacks on DVD-sized discs.

Blu-ray was first introduced in 2006, and since then, the technology has only gotten better. There are many different versions available, including 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. Of course, these advanced features are not needed (or even advised) unless your TV is also compatible. If you have a 4K TV with HDR, though, you may prefer using 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs for the most impressive display.

You will also need to know what HDR version your TV has when shopping for a Blu-ray player. These versions could be HDR10, Dolby Vision or both. If it is a 1080-pixel (or 1080p) TV, don’t waste money on features that you won’t be able to use. However, if you are planning to upgrade your TV, keep this in mind when shopping for a Blu-ray player.

Blu-ray players can be very affordable, but don’t click “buy” until you have compared the most important features. See how the player supports HDR; if only on discs, integrated apps may not be able to use it. You can also check whether the player is HDR10 or Dolby Vision. HDR10 is thought of as the HDR standard, and it can be used for free with all brands.

DWYM Fun Fact

Some people prefer Blu-ray because these discs can store 25 GB of data in a single-layer disc. The largest DVDS can only store up to 4.7 GB on a single disc.

That’s a lot more storage capacity. More room means higher-definition videos, and this is why people feel that movies just look better on Blu-ray discs than they do on DVDs.

This higher level of quality applies to audio as well as video, so it makes sense to stick with Blu-ray for movies where the soundtrack matters. Of course, a 4K or HD TV is needed to take full advantage of all this.

The Blu-Ray Player Buying Guide

  • Upscaling to 4K is worth looking into, since it makes standard Blu-rays look sharper.
  • Not all Blu-ray players support Wi-Fi, so check to make sure that the one you are considering does. This is an important feature if you want to stream with greater ease. Note, however, that wired Blu-ray players that use an ethernet port may be more reliable for connecting to the internet if your Wi-Fi is spotty.
  • If you don’t have a standalone streaming box, see how the Blu-ray player supports streaming apps.
  • Don’t forget about the audio. Some higher-end Blu-ray players have high-resolution audio, which works well for home theaters. Also, check your audio connections at home; if you are not running HDMI into your A/V receiver, you may need to figure out the best way to run your audio with your new Blu-ray.