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Old 09-07-2012, 05:25 PM   #1
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Welcome to the Oppo BDP-103/105/103D/105D Networked Universal Blu-ray players discussion thread

Official Oppo BDP-103 URL.
Official Oppo BDP-105 URL
Official Oppo BDP-103D URL
Official Oppo BDP-105D URL

BDP-103/BDP-105 Reviews (there are many)

[Show spoiler]Oppo BDP-103 Blu-ray 3D Player - HomeTheater Magazine - David Vaughn - November 9, 2012

Oppo BDP-103 Universal Network, 3D Blu-ray Player Reviewed - HomeTheaterReview.com - Andrew Robinson,November 19, 2012

OPPO BDP-105 Universal Player - Secrets of Home Theater & High Fidelity - John E. Johnson, Jr. - Published on 21 November 2012

Oppo BDP-103 - PC Magazine - Will Greenwald - November 29th, 2012

BDP-103EU review - Home Cinema Choice Magazine, UK - Mark Craven - January 2013

BDP-105EU review - HiFi News, UK -January 2013 by Richard Stevenson and Paul Miller

BDP-103EU review - HiFi Choice, UK - January 2013, by Patrick Cleasby

Oppo BDP-105 Blu-ray Player -AUDIOHEAD – DECEMBER 4, 2012

OPPO BDP-103 3D Blu-ray Disc Player Review - HDTVtest, UK - By David Mackenzie • 5 December 2012

BDP-103 review - LA Audio File - Kevin Nakano - December 5, 2012

Best Home Theater Products Of The Year 2012 - About.com Guide - Robert Silva

Oppo BDP-103 Universal 3D 4K Blu-ray Player Video Review - Audioholics - Clint DeBoer - December 05, 2012

BDP-103EU player review - AV Forums, UK - Steve Withers - December 2012

BDP-105 Universal Audiophile 3D Blu-ray player with 4Kx2k/DVD-Audio/SACD/HDCD - LA AudioFile - Kevin Nakato - December 2012

OPPO Digital BDP-103 Blu-ray Disc Player Review - About.com Guide - Robert Silva - December 2012

Hands On: Oppo BDP-105 Blu-ray Player - Electronic House - Grant Clauser - January 18, 2013

Oppo BDP-103 Universal Blu-ray Player - Secrets of Home Theater - Chris Heinonen - January 21, 2013

BDP-105 Audiophile Review! - Everything Audio Network - By John Gatski - January 23, 2013

Oppo BDP-105 Blu-ray 3D Player - HomeTheater Magazine - Kris Deering - January 24, 2013

Oppo Digital BDP-105 Extensive Review - From script to dvd.com - William Kallay - January 28, 2013

Oppo BDP-105EU Universal Blu-ray Player Review - AVForums - Stephen Withers, January 31, 2013

Something Special: Oppo Digital BDP-103 Blu-ray Player - SoundStage Network - Wes Marshall - February 2013

Oppo BDP-105 Audiophile Universal Blu-ray Player - Audioholics - Gene DellaSala - February 3, 2013

OPPO Digital BDP-105 User Review - prillaman.net - Jim Prillaman - February 18, 2013

Oppo BDP-105 Universal 3D Blu-Ray Player - audiophile audition - Brian Bloom - February 19, 2013

Review: OPPO BDP-103 Universal 3D Blu-ray Disc Player - Tell Technology - Dennis Burger - March 8, 2013

Oppo BDP-105 universal disc player - Sound + Vision - Al Griffin - March 25, 2013

OPPO BDP-105EU - Audio Review - Marco Benedetti - March 2013 - Translated from Italian to English in pdf format.

Oppo BDP-105 Universal/Blu-ray Player and DAC - The Absolute Sound - Chris Martens - April 5, 2013

Oppo Digital crafts a new standard in Blu-ray media players - Canada Free Press - Jim Fray - April 12, 2013

Oppo Digital BDP-105 Blu-ray Player - SoundStage! Xperience - Roger Kanno - June 2013

Oppo BDP-103 Universal Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player Review - GadgetReview - Marshal Rosenthal - July 1, 2013

Oppo BDP-105 Universal Blu-ray Disc Player - HomeTheaterReview.com - Myron Ho, July 8, 2013

OPPO BDP-105 Multi Player Review - hometheatershack.com - Luther Ward - Aug 14th 2013


BDP-103D Reviews

in-depth BDP-103D review translated - hdfever.fr - Nicolas Bécuwe - Oct 19th, 2013

OPPO 103D Darbee Edition Blu-ray 3D Player Review - JoeRod - Oct 21th, 2013

Oppo BDP-103D Blu-ray Player with Darbee Visual Presence Review - Audioholics.com - Clint DeBoer — November 04, 2013

Adding more D to BD - Home Cinema Choice - Mark Craven UK - November 2013

OPPO BDP-103D Darbee Edition Blu-ray Disc Player - Photo Illustrated Review - About.com Home Theater - By Robert Silva - Dec 3rd, 2013

Oppo BDP-103D review - HomeCinema Choice - Mark Craven - January 27th, 2014

Oppo BDP-103D Blu-ray Player Review - HDGuru - Chris Heinonen - January 28th, 2014

Oppo BDP-103D Darbee Edition Universal Disc Player Reviewed - HomeTheaterReview - Adrienne Maxwell - January 29th, 2014

Oppo BDP-103D 3D Blu-ray Player - Sound and Vision - Kris Deering - February 7, 2014

BDP-105D Reviews

Oppo 105D (BDP-105D) Blu-ray Player Review - AVForums - Steve Withers - February 27, 2014

Oppo BDP-105D Universal 3D Disc Player - Audiophile Audition - Clay Swartz - October 15, 2014

Oppo BDP-105D Audiophile Blu-ray Disc Player - AbsoluteSound - 3/9/2017

Latest Official Release Version
Release date: January 23, 2017.
Category: Latest Official Release


Main Version: BDP10X-83-1226
Loader Version: 6U1000 or 7B1400 (BDP-103), 7B1400 (BDP-105, BDP-105D, BDP-103D)
Sub Version: MCU103-05-0916 (BDP-103), MCU105-04-1113 (BDP-105), MCU13D-01-0618 (BDP-103D), MCU15D-01-0930 (BDP-105D), DB10X 131030 (BDP-103D, 105D)


Installation Instructions and Download Link: Click Here

Comparing to the previous Official release version BDP10X-83-0715, the major changes included in this version are:
  1. Resolved an issue with gapless playback. (BDP10X-83-1226B)
  2. Resolved a no audio issue with certain receivers when playing DD+ 5.1 content from Netflix and Vudu. (BDP10X-83-0918B)
  3. Resolved an issue where the player would automatically power off when receiving commands via a TCP connection. (BDP10X-83-0918B)
  4. General disc compatibility improvements based on recent and upcoming Blu-ray releases as well as user-submitted disc samples.
All features and improvements of the previous firmware are also included in this version.

User Manual
OPPO BDP-103 Blu-ray Disc Player User Manual (PDF Format)
Release date: January 16, 2013 v1.6

OPPO BDP-105 Blu-ray Disc Player User Manual (PDF Format)
Release date: January 16, 2013 v1.6

OPPO BDP-103D Blu-ray Disc Player User Manual (PDF Format)
Release date: October 2013 v1.1

OPPO BDP-105D Blu-ray Disc Player User Manual (PDF Format)
Release date: January 2014 v1.1

Remote Code:
The BDP-103 uses mostly the same remote code as the BDP-83. There are a few buttons added or removed. A universal remote previously programmed for the BDP-80/83/93/95 will work with the BDP-103. The following remote control code document may be used as a reference for new IR code programming.

OPPO BDP-103 BDP-105 Remote Control Code (Excel .xls Format)
Release date: September 25, 2012

FAQ (See this for a lot of common questions against BDP-103/105 and 103D)
The Unofficial OPPO BDP-103 Frequently Asked Questions and the OPPO BDP-103 Settings Checklist is now online.



BDP-103: Available now for MSRP of $499
BDP-103D: Available now for MSRP of $599
BDP-105: No longer available MSRP of $1199 (Discontinued)
BDP-105D: Available now for MSRP of $1299

Understanding the Differences Between the BDP-103 and BDP-105

The OPPO BDP-103 and BDP-105 share the same primary components (including the mainboard, laser, and loader) for superb audio and video playback, and while the BDP-103 and BDP-105 are identical in performance when it comes to audio and video over HDMI, the BDP-105 offers a number of enhancements:
The BDP-105 features improved sound quality from its analog audio outputs with its implementation of dual 32-bit ESS Technology digital-to-analog converters, a toroidal power supply, and two sets of dedicated stereo analog outputs (balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA) for 2-channel enthusiasts. Customers who do a great deal of critical music listening using a very high end, analog connected system will benefit most from these additions.
The BDP-105 features a headphone amplifier for use with high-quality headphones.
The BDP-105 features three additional digital audio inputs: optical, coaxial, and a 2-channel asynchronous USB DAC input.
Furthermore, the BDP-105 is graced with additional aesthetic and ergonomic enhancements that include a larger 4.8 inch tall chassis, sculpted aluminum front panel, touch sensitive front-panel playback controls, availability of an optional rack mount kit, and availability in Black or Silver.

Is the BDP-103D Right for Me?

The main difference between the BDP-103 and BDP-103D is the BDP-103D's incorporation of the Darbee Visual Presence processor. The BDP-103 is a reference quality Blu-ray Disc player and has won numerous awards. The BDP-103D is based on the BDP-103 and shares most of the same features.
Basically, the Darbee processor is a video enhancer that provides greater clarity and increases the perception of depth by embedding stereoscopic depth cues within the video, resulting in a more dynamic, lifelike experience.

The Darbee's processing level is adjustable, which allows you to customize it to your particular taste. Unlike many other image enhancers or sharpeners, the Darbee processor does not alter the image in a global fashion, so it is able to reduce the amount of image artifacts that are created, and it does not adversely affect calibrated settings such as contrast, gamma, and color.

The original BDP-103 is known for its accuracy in reproducing video from all kinds of discs. The BDP-103D takes one step beyond reference quality accuracy. When the Darbee Visual Presence enhancement is turned off, it is a reference quality player just like the BDP-103. When the Darbee Visual Presence enhancement is turned on, the user has the option to fine tune the video to his/her own liking. In summary, if you are looking for a quality player that accurately reproduces video, the BDP-103 is the right choice; if you are looking for a more customized experience beyond standard picture adjustments, the BDP-103D provides additional possibilities to fine tune your viewing experience.

(above statement is also applicable to the differences between a BDP-105 and a BDP-105D, except that the BDP-105D also has a new USB DAC interface that supports DSD64/2.8 Mhz and DSD128/5.6 Mhz from a another source such as a computer. The DSD playback from connected media (example USB storage, SMB) can only play DSD 64/2.8 Mhz.

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Old 09-07-2012, 05:28 PM   #2
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$199 price point for the 103 would be suh-weet, even $299 and I'm in.

EDIT - damn, that 105 sounds very exciting. Built-in headphone amp, fanless, use as a DAC? Bless those good folks at Oppo.
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$199 price point for the 103 would be suh-weet, even $299 and I'm in.

EDIT - damn, that 105 sounds very exciting. Built-in headphone amp, fanless, use as a DAC? Bless those good folks at Oppo.
Wonder though if the inclusion of those features will represent a price increase over the 95?
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$199 price point for the 103 would be suh-weet, even $299 and I'm in.

EDIT - damn, that 105 sounds very exciting. Built-in headphone amp, fanless, use as a DAC? Bless those good folks at Oppo.
The BDP-83 was $499, The BDP-93 was $499. I don't think you'll get your wish for the BDP-103 of a price point that low.
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I like how the design of the 103 is almost identical to the 93 (I assume this will be the same with the 105 compared to the 95 as well), though I think the buttons on the 93 look a bit better as they are flush and blend in with the black metal. I've been thinking about getting another 93 for my bedroom (or a 95 for my main setup), but I might get the 103 instead. If it is also available in silver as well as black, then I'm sold .

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Interesting...but I'm going to hold off till some members over on AVS get their hands on production units. I might bite once I update my setup next fall...
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Guess external drives will need to be USB from now on. I heard the 103 and 105 will have the same pricing as their predecessors. $499 and $999 respectively. The BDP-103 is to be released by December 2012... The BDP-105 is TBD...
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Guess external drives will need to be USB from now on. I heard the 103 and 105 will have the same pricing as their predecessors. $499 and $999 respectively. The BDP-103 is to be released by December 2012... The BDP-105 is TBD...
I need to wait for the offical OPPO Digital specs to be released before jumping to conclusions. The following is just speculation based on the information provided in this thread.

For my OPPO BDP-93 I am using a 2TB e-SATA III hard drive connected to the OPPO BDP-93 e-SATA II 3Gbps interface for BD-LIVE downloads. I am disappointed that OPPO Digital appears to have removed the e-SATA II interface, I am hoping that the new OPPO players will offer USB 3.0 interfaces which are 5Gbps instead of the standard USB 2.0 interfaces.

The 4K upscaling and 1080P Netflix support with 5.1 surround sound are nice features. If there is no more analog video output including 480i composite video then that means these OPPO Blu-ray player models can be manufactured after Jan 1st 2014. Jan 1st 2014 is the year that no analog video outputs can be used at all when playing AACS Blu-ray discs on new 2014 Blu-ray players. Also since the new OPPO Blu-ray players appear to have no analog video output this should reduce the cost of the Blu-ray players. Of course other features like 4K upscaling and two HDMI inputs might increase the cost.
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this is great news. only thing we need now is an app (a good app too! ) to control it from iOS or Android device and we are set!

Thanks OP!
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I like how the design of the 103 is almost identical to the 93 (I assume this will be the same with the 105 compared to the 95 as well), though I think the buttons on the 93 look a bit better as they are flush and blend in with the black metal. I've been thinking about getting another 93 for my bedroom (or a 95 for my main setup), but I might get the 103 instead. If it is also available in silver as well as black, then I'm sold .
The BDP-105 (top) vs BDP-95 (bottom) has some rear panel differences if you want to compare the two.



Notice with the BDP-105 how the Stereo Audio outputs now sit between the XLR Balanced outputs for example, fan is gone. Venting is now present. BDP-105 is taller then BDP-95.

We can't get into really any detailed specific's because of NDA at this point. I can only comment on what is shown on public websites.

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Can they be modified to support all blu-ray zones & DVD regions ? that's the most important thing to me.
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Can they be modified to support all blu-ray zones & DVD regions ? that's the most important thing to me.
Oppo Digital does not ship any player as region free, third parties come out with their own solutions to allow this functionality. The previous models had third party mods, but now you have new models again.
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Oppo Digital does not ship any player as region free, third parties come out with their own solutions to allow this functionality. The previous models had third party mods, but now you have new models again.
I know that,So here's hoping they will.
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I sent the following message to Oppo yesterday, because I did not know about these players. When I read the reply, I did not become just mildly anxious, I got extremely excited! I will follow Oppo announcements and product reviews closely. If BDP-105 develops into an improvement over BDP-95, and reviews confirms this, I will buy immediately!
Hi Are,

While I can't really speak for European availability, here in the US we hope to have replacement players (BDP-103 and BDP-105) out by the end of the year.

Thanks,

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Note: Hi. I am seriously considering purchasing BDP-93EU or BDP-95EU, to be used with my Yamaha DSP-Z7 and Kef XQ speakers. My main usage will be listening to 2- and 6-channel music, then some movies occasionally.

So, I hope you honestly can answer my following questions: Are you currently designing new players to replace these two? I want a new player in about 6 months time, maximum a year from now. Should I wait?
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Can they be modified to support all blu-ray zones & DVD regions ? that's the most important thing to me.
The licensing agreement is preventing OPPO Digital INC and all other brands of Blu-ray player manufactories from offering a firmware update that would allow the region free and region selectable feature to be included in the main menu of the Blu-ray player.

It could take several months or more for a third party company to make a region free and or region selectable hardware modification for the OPPO Blu-ray players. Those companies cannot work on region hardware designs until the new OPPO Blu-ray players are shipped. One will have to wait and see if such a device becomes available for the new OPPO Blu-ray players.

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I was reading an article regarding 4K X 2K that said it's a new type of format and the only way to view it is by ether downloading or streaming it of the internet because there isn't enough space on the Blu-ray disc that can hold the capacity,even though there are 1TB Blu-ray Disc's in development,still can't imagine it will require more than that.
If it's true and there isn't enough space on the Blu-ray Disc that can stand the capacity (which I doubt) why did oppo make new players?
Unless Blu-ray is staying for another 5 - 6 years.
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I was reading an article regarding 4K X 2K that said it's a new type of format and the only way to view it is by ether downloading or streaming it of the internet because there isn't enough space on the Blu-ray disc that can hold the capacity,even though there are 1TB Blu-ray Disc's in development,still can't imagine it will require more than that.
If it's true and there isn't enough space on the Blu-ray Disc that can stand the capacity (which I doubt) why did oppo make new players?
Unless Blu-ray is staying for another 5 - 6 years.
Just like DVD upscaling to near HD earlier, the first 4K HDTV's will have upscaling called 4k x 2k where you take a 1080P film and make it look near 4k.

There won't be 4k physical media for some time, but its 4 times the size compared to a 1080P file. BD's use up to 48 Mpbs for their playback. Hollywood uses a maximum of 250 Mbits/sec for a JPEG2000 compressed 4K image as a example. Even using the highest bitrate of 250 Mbit/sec, a two-hour 4k film would be 225GB for the image only, excluding audio or sub pictures. So not quite as bad as it seems.
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Guess I'll wait till next year before deciding if I should get it or not specially since the 4K X 2K is coming out,and I'm tiered of spending money on equipment I'm not gonna use.
I was planning on getting a VT50 plasma but after the 4K news I'm sticking with what I have until something that will last for at lest 4-6 years come's up .
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The other thing to think about on 4K is the display could upscale. The display is made at a native 4K so there is no reason for it not to do the up scaling.
No real reason for a player or AVR to do the work. The new 4K Sony projector up scales really, really well.

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