Oppo BDP-105 Blu-ray Player Review: The Universal Audiophile Dream Machine?
6 March 2015
Summary: Oppo prov ed that they could build the ultimate audiophile and videophile Universal Blu-ray player for a fraction of the cost of so many so called “high end” manufacturers. Oppo made enough minor improvements in features and performance over the BDP-93 and BDP-95 units to justify the creation of...
Pros: The does everything right Blu-ray dream machine, Benchmark audio and video performance, Excellent build quality, Relatively easy setup for such a complex machine
Summary: You can pay more for a dac alone and not do as well as the 105. You can buy a blue ray player for more and not do as well. Ditto for cd, sacd, and/or DVD players. Its audio preamps are as good as anyone's for the money. To be able to get all of these in one one for this price is truly awesome.
Pros: very good audio dac, very good headphoe amp, excellent analog preamp out, very good digital input selections
Summary: I connected BDP 105 to Schiit Lry with Telefunken tubes-HE 5LE, and listened to Wagner Sigfrieds funeral march, Bach Mass B minor, and some vocals of Wagners.
The first impression was fluidity and being spaciousness so that I stood in the concert room.
Conclusion: It is easy to become a fan of OPPO. They really have you covered with this player. It doesn’t matter what format of movie you want to watch, what format of music you want to listen to or if you’re looking for a great DAC or headphone amp, the BDP-105 fits the bill and so much more.
Conclusion: If ever there is an audio/video component that offers great value with a capital V, it's the Oppo Digital BDP-105. While it's billed primarily as an audiophile-oriented universal disc player, it brings so many other perks to the table: networking connectivity, Ultra HD upscaling, a reference-quality...
Excerpt: When I reviewed Oppo’sBDP-93— the company’s first universal player to support Blu-ray 3D and high-rez FLAC audio playback — I wrapped things up by saying it could be the last disc player you’ll ever need.
Excerpt: Ever since their first player (the OPDV971H) started getting attention in early 2005, OPPO Digital has built a reputation for quality, performance, customer support, and value in disc players.
Excerpt: Last year, I had the opportunity to review the Halo P 7 multichannel preamplifier from Parasound (Home Theater, June 2012). For that review, I mated the P 7 with Oppo’s then flagship Blu-ray player, the BDP-95, and it was a match made in heaven.
Summary: What we see here is not just another universal Blu-ray player, but a player that is morphing into a media server. It has every type of input that one could ask for, including a connection for a hard drive through the USB port, that gives you unlimited space to store your music and video files, as...
Excerpt: The Oppo BDP-105D is a spectacular antidote to the rash of lightweight cheapies that have come to define the mainstream Blu-ray player market. A fabulously engineered heavyweight disc-spinner that in this latest iteration inches even further into audiophile streaming territory.