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The Blu-ray player’s resolution can be set from 480i to 720p and 1080i or p. In brief, set the player to the TV’s native resolution. Most TV engines can upscale yet its better if the source (be it a player or a a/v amp) gives what the TV’s top resolution can handle.


Hi Michael,

Took me a while to figure out how to adjust the BP620's resolution, Had to resort to reading the User Manual which is a PDF file located on the CD-ROM disc that came with the unit. The BP620 factory set resolution was Auto and I changed that setting to 1080P.

Thanks for the tip.


Glad to have helped.

What I do is print out a unit’s PDF file (or use the paper manual), yellow highlight changes I make to the factory settings and write what those changes are in the margin.

Yours is not a complex system yet things done to it can be forgotten across time. Mine is quite complex and getting the system to where I sought after took several weeks of fiddling: setting the TV alone took several days getting the picture I wanted

Hope you like the LD BP-620. For a relatively inexpensive Blu-ray player it has the bells and whistles that were once only available in much high-priced units. Excellent picture and astonishingly good sound.

If you’re thinking of installing a sound bar then hop over to Help With This Home Theater board. Good discussions there.

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