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LG Blu-ray player adds VUDU support

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Sep 2009 13:46 User comments (2)

LG Blu-ray player adds VUDU support LG has announced that their BD390 Blu-ray player will now support VUDU video streaming, following a firmware update.
VUDU offers over 2200 movies and TV shows in SD or 1080p HD and 5.1-channel audio.

The player now supports Netflix, VUDU, CinemaNow and YouTube.

The BD390 has been applauded for fast loading times, 1GB of onboard memory, as well as its ability to play DivX video files off a USB drive.

The BD player retails for $379.99 USD from most retailers.

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2 user comments

111.9.2009 15:01

I have always been a happy customer with LG. Their products are quality built and I have had excellent experience with their customer support. I only hope that they add Vudu to the LG BD370 Blu-ray. Keep up the good work LG!

211.9.2009 15:18

Drop the price $150 and lets talk otherwise Vudu, HuLu, FanCast, and so on isn't worth it to me.

I do like my LG Burner it works well but their DVD burners suck and I'm not real impressed with there support either. Oh I do like their flat panel TV's there also pretty good. So my guess would be that this player is pretty good as well but again the price tag is too much. I have a Sony BD player (BX1) and wish I would have waited to get something better at half the price, my Sony is expensive crap too.

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