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Oppo BDP103D 3D Darbee Edition Blu Ray Player

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  • Product Dimensions: 37 x 22 x 11 cm ; 7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 7 Kg
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  • Item model number: BDP-103DEU
  • ASIN: B00GPFM106
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Oct. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,454 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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The BDP-103 Darbee Edition takes home theater beyond accuracy and provides enhanced depth and realism to the visual experience. The BDP-103EU represents a marked evolution in OPPO's design and engineering. New to this model are exciting features such as 4k video up-scaling, 2D to 3D conversion, dual HDMI inputs and MHL compatibility. A new dual-core System-on-Chip processor delivers quick start-up and fast disc loading speed. With improved network streaming applications and an enriched media playback interface, the BDP-103EU is a versatile player that delivers quality picture and premium sound.4k Up-Scaling, 3D Playback2D to 3D ConversionDual HDMI Inputs\/OutputsMHL Input CapableSACD & DVD-Audio\/VideoDual-core Fast LoadingWireless N, Triple USB inputsIR & RS232BD-Video, Blu-ray 3D, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, AVCHD, SACD, CD, HDCD, Kodak Picture CD, CD-R\/RW, DVD±R\/RW, DVD±R DL, BD-R\/REBD-ROM Version 2.5 Profile 5 (also compatible with Profile 1 Version 1.0 and 1.1)1GB (Actual s



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I've just bought one of these players (not through amazon though - I used Mark Grant Cables) and hooked it up to a 3D projector and was amazed at the picture and sound quality. I've tried DVD's and they look and sound fantastic too.

Focusing on the sound aspect, the player reveals huge amounts of detail in regular CD's, SACD's and DVD-Audio discs too.

It handles everything you can throw at it with superb results every time.

However if you want to delve into the extensive menus you will find a multitude of options that can fine tune both sound and vision. The added Darbee video processing can enhance the wonderful visuals further.

I've also added a Freeview box and an Apple TV to the two HDMi inputs meaning that they too can benefit from the immense audio and visual quality of the Oppo.

It's also well specified in terms of connectivity including digital and analog (7.1) sound, USB, HDMI, ethernet and wireless.

Granted it costs more than most Blu Ray players but throw in all the added format compatibility, connectivity and the amazing audio and video output and it becomes excellent value for money. It's very well constructed and no doubt will give years of pleasurable entertainment.

Highly recommended.
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The Oppo bdp 103d heralds the integration of Darbee visual technology into the 103eu, hence the D moniker at the end of the 103.
This new technology is a smart feature which monitors luminance and sharpness on the fly and alters both to make the picture coming out brimming with detail.
Be aware Darbee can be ramped up to 120% but the best setting I found for myself is, high def and set the percentage to 40%, anything after 50 tended to make images look processed.

The Oppo is one hell of a bluray player and at a single quid shy of 600 it should be.
But after spinning up the blu ray version of Tom cruises 2013 flick Oblivion I knew exactly why Oppo is at the top of the market, images were simply gorgeous and full of detail, colours were amazing and the DTS master soundtrack was dripping with tiny details my old player just couldn't seem to convey.

If your really pernickety with settings the Oppo has a breadth menus to tailor your deck to perfection.
It also has smart apps like Netflix and BBC i player, but sadly there are many like the excellent Vudu which are only available in the states.

Oppo also have great network facilities for streaming from home networks, and brilliant media functionality for reading nearly and file type from USB.
I was curious just how good this would be and attached my 3tb external hdd to the Oppo to see if it could even detect it, I needn't have worried as it not only detected the hdd but also read every one of the media file types it had stored which included mp3, mp4, mkv, avi , flac, mov and many more.
This is the Swiss army version of all in one media playback.
Even DVDs look stunning on the Oppo with its up conversion breathing new life into the sd format.

Yes the Oppo is a bit of a wallet killer, but by the gods, you get one heck of a lot for your money.
If I had to sum up the Oppo 103d in one word, that would be easy.

STUNNING!
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This player is worth every penny. Even the box it comes in is quality. What I liked was you could use it straight out of the box. The factory settings are good & means you can use it & tweek settings later as you get used to the menus. It pays to start with the Darbee settings low the turn up slowly until you find what is right for you. The picture is first class, rich in colour, detail & motion is smooth.The sound is also excellent & I can here detail I have never heard before. After looking at many different player I chose OPPO because there players due to regular firmware updates stay up to date for many years. Unlike other makes were they bring out new models every year so there older ones quickly become obsolete . Therefore OPPO is better value.
Also this player loads discs really fast. Some discs are almost loaded by time I have sat down. It is also very quiet in operation & responds almost instantly when you press remote buttons. The remote has backlighting so you can see the buttons in poor lighting.
You will not get a better built player unless you pay a lot more.
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I thought at last I had found the AV centre that everyone really should have; a Bluray player with HDMI inputs able to decode surround from my other sources. It's a solution with many advantages over an AV amp. Combined it with just a Freesat box, and active speakers, and you have a superb system that can select and play any disk, any file from USB memory stick, and any TV or video source, with just one remote control (plus a Humax freesat remote in my case). All through one high quality surround decoder and D-A converter.

There are other BD players with surround decoders built in, but none that I know of with volume control. Volume controlling six or eight channels is difficult without resorting to an AV amp, yet I have been loath to buy a big heavy AV amp just for volume control (and as I use professional active speakers I'd need one with low level 'pre-outs', which most don't have.) By the way, it took me several minutes to find the 'volume' control on the remote. I was looking for the standard rocker arrangement, but its two tiny buttons at top centre. I wish it was a thumb operated rocker as it's needed all the time.

So does it fill this role? Almost, but with one big disappointment - it won't play 1080i H264 files properly (some stutter, some have a big picture on sound lag, and some judder at about four frames per second). I edit video to 16Mb/s 1080i 25 for the best quality free from judder (I hate the judder of film and some television), and as they play perfectly on my Western Digital media player, and also on Samsung BD players this is a disappointment. I was pleased to find that the Oppo does play some 1080p .MKV files that I have, with surround sound, something I've never been able to do before.
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