Play Pirated Movies With New LG TVAdded: Monday, February 8th, 2010
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LG, a great and successful electronic company achieving its great heights by growing up so good and proving the consumers what they actually need. It has now come up with some great new options in its newly manufactured TV's.
This time LG provided a USB support option though which you would be able to plug in any external drive to get an access to the stuff like movies, music or pictures and the same thing is grasping whole lot of interesting and admiration because from the same, consumers can now get access to play a movie that is pirated.
LG is taking an advantage of such new services to get their products be sold out to a larger extent but the same is being adopted by many like “John Lewis Store” and “Saturn” which took advantage of aXXo rips so as to give4 a boost in selling iMacs & pirated movies were shown to attract consumers towards Macbooks respectively.
In newly manufactured TVs of LG, a full demonstration clearing every single point is being shown up to make the consumers play their pirated films on a TV with no complications and problems. You can see the picture below about how LG explained such thing.
Lets see how big this piracy advertisement goes and grasp the consumers to buy such TV which contains a well explained lesson to play pirated movies. Isn’t it a great stuff? LG is really thinking of the customers and making them happy by declaring such options.
Almost everybody would love to go through these TVs. It may be a revolutionary step for piracy world that made LG manufacture such thing.
We all know that piracy is becoming just a usual thing day by day, the anti-piracy groups have been raiding all around for infringement of copyrighted material and LG has stepped up one more level that would cherish not only the piracy world but also the company itself. People have started liking this stuff.
So, what do you all think about this stuff, let ET know.
February 8, 2010Posted by:
Monday, February 8th, 2010
|posted by (2010-02-08 16:02:06)|
|I like it.. I think all TV's should have the option to play a USB device such as an external hard drive.. It makes things much much easier.. And more convenient especially in today's world of convenience meaning everything to people..|
|posted by (2010-02-08 16:11:43)|
|Nice gr8 info EMU...........|
|posted by (2010-02-08 16:18:19)|
|y read that else where im so getting that tv :D|
|posted by (2010-02-08 16:22:11)|
|http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/ look on this site tells you how to convert the service usb port on the back it works ive done it and now play films off a usb stick i just plug in to the tv ;-) on older tv's too|
|even my granny knows how to download films and play them on her t.v, and she is 68, i bought her a dvd upscaler with hdmi and a usb slot for about thirty bucks when she got her new lcd, new tech like this is educating a whole new breed of pirates.....68 year old ones to be precise, she has the dvd upscaler attached via hdmi and has a 500gb usb hard drive attached, she downloads whole series and then watches them upscaled on her 32 inch lcd, it took about half an hour to teach her what to do, she is so pleased with the results that she now wants to stream on demand content from the various channels internet sites (bbc iplayer etc) straight to her tv, hence her next present, a western digital live streaming box....supertechgran or what...lol, i really like lg's attempts at making their lcd's more user friendly, and with integrated usb and internet surfing, buying various boxes will become a thing of the past, makes you think that early adopters of lcd were punished by a lack of features and a steep price tag, i just saw a panasonic 32 inch lcd with these features for 400 quid, the tech gets cheaper and easier as time goes on...thanks again to emuworld and sam for a great tech article...cheers guys|
|posted by (2010-02-08 16:32:21)|
I`ve got a logik 37" TV which is two years old which is capable of viewing divx, Mpeg, picture Mp3`s.
So its not new. the systems been out years.
Everything I download I watch on it from a HardDrive, or memory stick.
|posted by (2010-02-08 16:38:52)|
|will be nice if you can play H264.|
|Nice but..... My 47" HP Media smart TV has a built in N wireless system. With the TV remote I can turn on the TV, select which of the 5 computers in my home I want to link up to, open Windows Media Player in the chosen computer and without hooking up a single wire, stream any media including HD/BluRay. I've been using it for over 2 years now and It still blows people away that it can do what it does. Yes, it has a USB "service port" which I hacked/converted, but why be tied down with wires?? HP beat LG to these "new" features years ago. Try one, You will love it!!|
|i agree with|
tanx for the article
|CaptCosmo, the point emuworld was making was that lg is making these these lcd's more user friendly, and showing people that they can play pirated movies on them with no fuss, sure you could use usb slots to play divx, but most were hard to configure, or you had to hack the firmware, if you read my previous comment you will note that i said these lcd's are getting cheaper and easier to use, your hp media smart lcd would have cost over 1000 bucks 2 yrs ago, lcds are now available with ethernet or wifi, usb and integrated hard disks, but now cost a reasonable 400 to 600 bucks, and no need to use a computer, like i said previously, you paid for the privelage of "lording it" over normal folks with your supertelly, i still doubt your claim to stream bluray content over wifi, unless its draft n+, which might just be capable, peace bro, but i had to get ma 2 cents worth, lol|
|posted by (2010-02-08 17:32:33)|
|I buying one!lol|
|Wow nice dam shame, ive not long bloody bought a 50 inch LG should have held off :)|
|posted by (2010-02-08 19:40:52)|
|Pretty cool but i do it now. I use Western Digital's little play TV box. It has RCA output, super video output and HDMI output also has 2 USB inputs. All i have to do is download to my external drive, take it to the box (which remains connected to the television)plug in the USB port and when i turn on the box it shows my movies in there own menu and i scroll to play. I no longer burn to discs,play str8 from drive. I bought one for my parents and sibblings and all i do is copy movies to theirs. They have hundreds of movies to last them awhile. Oh and it shows pictures too. I paid $99 bucks for it. WD already thought of pirated movies and i love this thing.|
|posted by (2010-02-08 20:18:20)|
|Next time i need a TV i know witch one im geting ;)|
|Im in the same boat as Extraguy. I have used my WD media player for like a year. I just got all my family one for xmas as well along with a 640gb drive loaded full of ET media. They loved it and at less than $200 worth every penny. There are a few brands out there I have heard great things about the ASUS brand one. I Would be more likely to buy this tv if this feature put it over the top in testing but Im fine for now. Thanks for the article I didnt see this one in any of the CES reviews.|
|My Â£20 Matsui DVD player already plays everything I stick in it, but thanx for the info.|
|posted by (2010-02-09 00:22:49)|
|great i might have to buy one of these tv's but all tv's should have where a usb so u can listen to music or movies|
|I Bought a Phillips 42 Inch Hi-Def LCD TV with USB ports in the back panel. It has an option to play .avi and media files thus I think they beat LG finish line. so unless LG is using USB3.0 then its no more special then my phillips I bought a year ago. But good to know if I ever buy a newer LG in the near future it will have this capability.|
|posted by (2010-02-09 04:14:28)|
|I m soo getting that tv :P ty EMU 4 da information :D|
|The new Samsung LED's have all the features to do this but they just don't advertise it like LG are doing. Samsung will advertise that you can view your home photo collection etc. but we all know that it certainly doesnt stop there.|
|i use an asus hdp-r1. it plays x264 .mkv, h264, all divx/xvid, mp3, jpg, etc. Cat5 network streaming. usb and esata input. asus hdp-r3 adds sd and compact flash slots plus wifi-n. works great. review: http://www.hitechreview.com/media-players/asus-unveils-oplay-air-hdp-r3-hd-media-player/19438/|
|I have an RCA that has three ways to hook up my computer to it or just the hard drive and it samples the movie to let you know what program works best. I also have a Western Digital hookup that you plug into your hardrive into and then your tv. Since I have this, I no longer need a DVD player or DVD's which is kind of kewl.|
|I watch everything on memory stick plugged into my PS3, saves converting and burning||
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