Review: OPPO BDP-103 Universal 3D Blu-ray Disc Player
8 March 2013
Excerpt: As I said in my review of the BDP-93 a couple years back, OPPO doesn’t make Blu-ray players for everyone. The BDP-93 was a luxury device, with luxury features, and a relatively luxury price tag of $499.
Oppo BDP-93 Universal Network 3D Blu-Ray Disc Player Review
Audio Video Revolution
7 July 2011
Excerpt: Oppo Digital in a few short years has become a force in home entertainment, competing with, and sometimes embarrassing some of the well established giant conglomerates that produce audio visual components sold to mass markets.
HomeTechTell Review: OPPO BDP-93 Universal Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player
26 May 2011
Excerpt: If you’ve ever scoffed at a lady friend for carrying a $700 purse… if you think a pair of Benjamins is too much to pay for a nice pair of running shoes… if you’ve ever wondered why anyone would spend twice (or thrice) too much for a luxury ride when your hooptie gets you from Point A to Point B just...
Excerpt: Oppo Ups the AnteThe Blu-ray format has seen its fair share of changes since its introduction in 2006. Its initial launch included players with base playback functionality and poisonously slow boot-up and disc-loading times.
Conclusion: The BDP-93 is easily OPPO's most impressive disc player to date. And while the spit and polish on the OPPO's user interface isn't quite on a par with that of an LG or a Sony, the player makes up for this with its top shelf video performance.
Cons: No VUDU, Hulu Plus, Amazon VOD, Pandora or YouTube, Power-on doesn't bring you to the more-useful "Home" screen, Inconsistent menu navigation (left cursor vs. "Return"), Off-axis remote control response could be better, Remote control buttons are a bit too spongy
OPPO BDP-93, BDP-93NE (NuForce Edition), and BDP-95 Universal 3D Blu-ray Players
Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity
7 February 2011
Summary: Both the OPPO BDP-93 and BDP-95 represent two of the very best Universal Blu-ray players on the market, and especially the BDP-95's audio performance is nothing short of superb, posting some audio measurements that were below the limits of detectability by the standard bench test instrument in the...
Excerpt: What do you do after your first Blu-ray player receives awards from nearly every publication and web site that pays attention to such things? Where do you go from there if you are a small company that doesn't roll out new models every nine months?