LG Blu-ray Player with Streaming Services (BPM25)

174 reviews - By: LG

LG Blu-ray Player with Streaming Services (BPM25)
MSRP : $69.99

Sale : $58
Sold & shipped by Walmart
The LG BPM25 Blu-ray Player delivers exceptional HD quality, up to Full HD 1080p, to make the most of your HDTV. It's a perfect combination! Blu-ray also offers advanced features not available on DVD. Access premium content from providers like Netflix, Hulu Plus and YouTube to stream your favorite movies and TV shows. LG connects you to the content that you and your family want.

LG Blu-ray Player with Streaming Services (BPM25):

  • 1080p upscaling
  • Blu-ray and DVD playback
  • Wired Ethernet connection
  • USB playback
  • HDMI port
  • LG player streams content from multiple providers
  • LG Remote App
  • Dolby Digital/Digital Plus/True HD surround sound


Best Blu-Ray DVD players on the market

I bought this blu ray dvd player for my 65 inch LG UHD 4K smart TV and it is so wonderful ! Not only did i buy a standard blu ray dvd but i also but the 4k capable blu ray dvd player. The products work so smoothly and LG makes the cleanest technology and offers the best quality for affordable prices. Thanks LG movi nights are amazing because of you !! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

M Shel

It's great... when it works.

I have two of these. Only because my dad saw me using the first one for streaming and found another on sale. It. Is. The. Worst. When it is playing video it works great. But the trouble is getting there. Very frequently when you turn it on it will freeze after every button you push. Causing you to take 10-15 minutes or longer just to start a video. Then other times it will stream perfectly but you can't pause or stop the video to leave the room. I have been trying to turn one of mine off for about 30 minutes now. It won't respond to the power button. It blinks so you know it's receiving the input. It just won't do anything. I got on the computer after pushing it a few times. Pretty sure I'm going to have to unplug it to turn it off. I've been using these for months. Wanted it to stop streaming from my expensive gaming systems. It works well enough for that but you're better off buying something else. Side note. I really wish it had Crunchyroll and Funimation. I usually have those, Netflix, HBO, Hulu, and Amazon Prime at different points in the year. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]



I have bought 2 of these since Jan. This year and after 3 months of this picture distorts unplugging the HDMI Cable didn't work, an NEW HDMI cable didn't change a thing. unplugging it from the power supply did nothing to it.... now i have 2 useless players and movies I can't watch because it won't work [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]



I purchased it to go with my LG Smart TV. The apps are almost useless. You get 11 apps. Even after updating the player, some of the apps are no longer supported. The apps that do work are not as smooth as the same apps on my television. The SIMPLINK feature is buggy. I disabled it. The player may be defective? I had to unplug the unit from the wall to get it to turn off. It was locked up and would not do anything. I have read other reviews stating the same thing. The remote is very cheaply made. This player only has an HDMI port. It does not have any other optical audio ports as stated on Walmart's website. The DVDs I have played have worked and looked good. The front USB port has worked okay. Some files would not play. I do not have any Bluray disks to try, but I might buy one just to see if it will play them. Overall I am not impressed with this item and am disappointed with LG. I see on LG's website this item is now discontinued. I am thinking about returning it.


USB port dead after 5 days.

I'm looking at this unit near my tv and wondering why the USB port is dead after 5 days. When the port worked it played all sort of video file types. The blu Ray worked great and the streaming services are fine. I will have to return and hope the next USB port lasts longer. Update: I did exchange this player and the same problem developed. Note: This player's port is a USB 2.0 or lower. The USB port starts to keep ghost folders of contents of former USB drives showing in the SmartShare screen. I can put in a different USB, reformat to NTFS or FAT32, and it doesn't matter. After 1 day with the new exchanged player, it has already gotten to the ghost folders and then will not go away. Going to return this one and search for a new option. My only real requirements are optical out audio and a USB that can play media files. Also, the SmartShare home media server software, which would be a good alternative to USB playback, doesn't work at all. Lowered overall rating from 2 stars to 1