2nd December 2012, 21:22
Lg bp620 3d does it have cinavia
Hello I will like to know if this LG BD player has CINAVIA
LG BP620 3D Blu-Ray Player with Built-In Wi-Fi
2nd December 2012, 22:26
Depends when the blu ray player was made. If you go to the manufacturers web site they have firmware upgrades. Avoid anything that says cinavia. You need to find out what firmware the player is currently is using. You might want to downgrade the firmware so you don't have the cinavia protection. My blu ray player currently doesn't have the cinavia protection. If I upgrade to the newest firmware I will have that cinavia protection. Which I don't want.
Originally Posted by FAUSTOCG
Last edited by SteveH4263; 2nd December 2012 at 22:31.
2nd December 2012, 22:48
I'm about 90 percent sure this player is probably Cinavia supported out of the box given the manufacturing date. Cinavia support is going to be the typical thing with future licensed blu ray players.
HTPC's are still the best solution with dealing with Cinavia, in my opinion.
2nd December 2012, 22:54
2nd December 2012, 22:56
Last edited by Roycal; 2nd December 2012 at 23:47.
2nd December 2012, 23:16
It's a Sony BDP-S185. It doesn't do 3D though? Do I need a special Blu Ray player to play 3D blu ray movies? I'm still newbie to all this and I'm learning. Google is a great help and overkill at times as well.
Originally Posted by Roycal
2nd December 2012, 23:52
3D requires a 3d player. However BD optical drives in a PC don't care. It's just a BD disc with different data
2nd December 2012, 23:58
3rd December 2012, 00:02
3D signal to the glasses? Oh, perhaps you mean the optical illusion, that the glasses translate Naturally we need the 3D HDTV as well.
I've been trying to justify the purchase of one myself. Will likely be a few more years though. Flat Blu-ray looks plenty fine to me Besides... unfortunately I'm a prescription lens wearer
3rd December 2012, 00:23