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OPPO BDP-105 Universal Audiophile 3D Blu-ray Player (Black)

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  • Universal Blu-ray disc player with Blu-ray, DVD, SACD, DVD-Audio, CD, VCD, HDCD, AVCHD, MP4, AVI, and MKV support
  • SABRE32 Reference Audio DAC, Headphone Amplifier, USB DAC input, Toroidal Power Supply, 2.0/5.1/7.1 and XLR outputs
  • Dual HDMI Inputs and Outputs, MHL-Compatibility, 3 USB Inputs, DLNA (DMP & DMR), SMB/CIFS, Wireless N, RS232 & IR
  • 4k Up-conversion, 2D-to-3D Conversion, True 24p Video, Vertical Stretch Mode, Advanced Picture Controls
  • Faster startup and disc loading speed with dual-core processor; Updated Qdeo Video Processor; Internet Streaming
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: OPPO Digital
  • Model: BDP-105EU
  • Color Name: Black

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 12.2 x 4.8 inches ; 17.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 24 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: BDP-105EU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,205 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 22, 2012
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Product Description

The OPPO BDP-105 is designed from the ground up with components optimized for enhanced analog audio performance. The OPPO BDP-105 features an all-new analog audio stage powered by two ESS Sabre32 Reference Digital-to-Analog Converters (DAC), balanced (XLR) & unbalanced (RCA) dedicated stereo outputs, a Toroidal linear power supply, and asynchronous USB DAC input. These high-grade components are housed in a rigidly constructed metal chassis and work together to deliver exceptionally detailed and accurate sound quality along with reference quality video.

Customer Reviews

Amazing sound and picture.
You can select to have EITHER a stereo mixdown of all channels through the dedicated processor feeding the the stereo outputs.
J. K. Weston
The audiophile DAC of the OPPO-105 is amazing.
William Swietlik

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Chris Smith on December 8, 2012
Thought I was looking for a new pre-pro or receiver until this came along. As a very happy owner of an Oppo BDP-93 but in need of some additional capabilities as my Outlaw 950 pre-pro was getting very long in the tooth and my ancient Carver C-1 stereo preamp had no way to decode the Dolby Digital from the new TV (no analog outs!).

Then what to my wondering eyes should appear but an audiophile grade blu-ray player (not just blu-ray - virtually everything, SACD, DVD-A, etc.) with pre-pro capabilities, accepting inputs from external devices and able to act as standalone high quality DAC as well. Unless you have a plethora of gear you may find as I did that you can use this BDP-105 to directly drive your power amps and act as your main processor and preamp. Streaming (wired or wireless) from DLNA or SMB shares and handling many file formats including .flac and .mkv. All this in addition to possibly the best blu-ray and upsampling output you'll ever feed your display.
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By J. K. Weston on January 23, 2013
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I bought an Oppo BDP 83 in the fall of 2009 for its improved audio circuitry and Blu-ray capability. Shortly after I bought it, Oppo released a new version with vastly upgraded audio circuits, the BDP 83 SE, and offered a program by which previous purchasers could send their machines back and pay to have them similarly upgraded. I took advantage of that program and was so impressed by the improvements that I wrote a review of it for Amazon that many people found helpful (it is the second review). That old review OPPO BDP-83SE - Blu-ray disc player - upscaling - black might be worth reading, since much of it also applies to the BDP 105, which I recently bought and which significantly expands some of those benefits. Like the BDP 83 SE, the BDP 105 also has a pair of ESS Sabre DACs plus additional circuit improvements. But unlike the BDP 83 SE, there are new ways you can use them.

When I bought my first multichannel player, I found that there was a significant improvement to be heard when playing the many wonderful RCA and Mercury 3-channel stereo (left , right, center) SACDs as 3 channels on 3 speakers in comparison to the 2-channel mixdown with a phantom center and this improvement was more apparent than ever when I bought the BDP 83. But with the significantly improved audio output once I upgraded my BDP 83 to a BDP 83 SE, there was a big trade-off and I ultimately found that the benefits of 3 channel play, of necessity through the multi-channel outputs, were considerably outweighed by the distinctly superior audio quality available from the dedicated stereo outputs, which automatically down mixed the 3 channels to two with a phantom center.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Seyak on April 3, 2013
There is nothing like it in the market PERIOD - 4.5 Stars actually!! Truly a landmark product!!

At the time of writing this review, there is nothing like it in on this planet that does everything it does and the way it does. Simply OUTSTANDING!! Just buy it now if you can afford it or save for it if you can't at the moment.

I will be mainly reviewing the DAC/Audio side of it and few other features that are of interest to me.

I won't be doing the review of its video capabilities as it has the exact same video guts as its less expensive sibling BDP-103. Also if you are going to be using the HDMI/SPDIF audio out to another proc/receiver/dac, save your money and get the BDP-103 for $700 less. OPPO BDP-103 Universal 3D Blu-ray Disc Player SACD & DVD-Audio.

Top notch. The 105 comes in a soft bag and is very well padded inside the box. Accessories come in a separate small box. Reusability of packaging very high.

Included accessories:
* Remote control.
* Beefy power cable
* HDMI cable.
* Wifi USB stick
* USB extension cable.

Build Quality:
Disc drive is better than most but doesn't compare to some high end stand alone transports.
Built like a tank.
Heavy grade aluminum and steel body.
Top notch gold plated analogue and digital connectors.

As mentioned, there is no one to one competitor but following are some of the closest competitors with fewer features.

Disc Players
* Marantz UD7007 - No audio only digital inputs
* Marantz SA8004 - No bluray video.
* Cambridge Audio - 752BD - No USB audio input.
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85 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Johnny B Goode on March 28, 2013
Having tried both the BDP-95 and the BDP-105 in my own system for 2 hours + of critical listening, I vastly prefer the sound of the 95. I was very surprised when I first listened to the 105. What I found was that the sound was less three-dimensional, and that the treble register (cymbals, guitars, violins) was harder and harsher, but at the same time less detailed. The midrange of the 105 did not hurt my ears like this, but was still harder and less 3-D than the 95.

The other bad news is that the headphone amp did not sound great with either of my headphones (Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro, Sennheiser HD-580). The 770s were no surprise, but I would have thought the 580's would have done pretty well. No luck.

One thing a lot of people don't know is that each of the two ES9018 SABRE DACs in the BDP-105 has 8 channels. In the BDP-95, ALL 8 channels of 1 DAC were used for the stereo outputs. In the BDP-105, they "stole" 6 of these DAC channels for other things: the headphone amp gets 4 channels, and the XLR output gets 2. Think about that-eight versus two channels of digital processing. That is a lot of processing power. Oppo tries to defend this on their wiki, in a way that really looks like they are making excuses. Here is what it says on the Oppo BDP-105 Hardware FAQ:
Q: On the BDP-95 the ESS9018 DAC was stacked 4-DAC channels per stereo Left and Right outputs channel. How are they configured on the BDP-105?

A: In the BDP-105's stereo board design, the 4 pairs of DACs in the ESS9018 DAC are allocated as: 1 pair for the RCA outputs, 1 pair for the XLR outputs, and 2 pairs stacked for the headphone amplifier.

Q: Does the lack of non-4+4 DAC stacking affect the audio performance?
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