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OPPO BDP-83 Blu-ray Disc Player with SACD, DVD-Audio, and VRS Technology (2009 Model)

by OPPO
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  • Universal Blu-ray disc player providing playback for a myriad of video formats
  • Supports Blu-ray, SACD, DVD-Audio, DVDs, and CDs
  • Two USB ports allow for playback of media stored on a flash drive
  • Uses award-winning video processing chip for a clear, true picture
  • Device measures 17.0 x 3.0 x 13.25 inches (WxHxD)
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Technical Details
Brand NameOPPO
Item Weight11.2 pounds
Product Dimensions16.9 x 13.3 x 3 inches
Item model numberBDP-83
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Color NameBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB002EEP3MK
Best Sellers Rank #44,960 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJune 30, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: OPPO
  • Model: BDP-83
  • DVD Type: blu-ray-disc-players
  • Color Name: Black
  • Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer (June 29, 2009)
The OPPO BDP-83 Blu-ray Disc Player with SACD and DVD-Audio combines several audio- and video-disc playing functions into one convenient system. This universal Blu-ray player operates not only Blu-ray, but also SACD, DVD-Audio, DVDs, and CDs. So you can put in any disc, sit back, and enjoy--all without the clutter of multiple players, remotes, and wires.



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There are connections for all the latest home theater components. View larger.
The BDP-83 Blu-ray Disc Player supports the following formats:

Blu-ray Disc (Profile 2.0), DVD, SACD, DVD-Audio, CD, Kodak Picture CD, AVCHD, MKV.

and has these connections:

HDMI 1.3, component video, composite video, 7.1 analog audio, analog stereo, optical digital audio, coaxial digital audio, 2 x USB, Ethernet RJ-45, external IR, RS232.
One Player to Rule Them All
Instead of using separate players for your Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs, SACDs, and DVD-Audio discs, use the OPPO BDP-83 player to do the job in a single, handsome package. If you have videos, music, or photos on your computer, you can burn them to a CD or copy them to a USB flash drive, and the BDP-83 will play them without a hitch.

With a sleek, black design that features a brushed aluminum front, the OPPO BDP-83 will fit your home decor. And by replacing a myriad of other players, the OPPO BDP83 will save you space and will reduce clutter and cables.

Latest Blu-ray Specs for Outstanding Video Quality
The OPPO BDP-83 Blu-ray Disc Player incorporates an award-winning processing chip by Anchor Bay that provides outstanding picture quality that is clean and true to life. The player provides full 1080p HD output, and can also provide output at 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i. It also supports Blu-ray discs that are recorded at 24 frames per second, so you can have a cinema-like experience anytime you want it.

The BDP-83 supports Blu-ray Profile 2.0, which means that it has special hardware, such as an audio/video decoder and one gigabyte of internal storage. This allows it to support BD-Live features such as Internet chats, scheduled chats with the director, Internet games, and more. Please note that BD-Live requires an Internet connection to work.

Up-converts DVDs for a Clearer Picture; Converts Between PAL and NTSC
The same Anchor Bay chip that provides the Blu-ray processing also provides up-converting of standard-definition DVDs. By de-interlacing and scaling, the chip will make your DVDs look great on your HDTV, giving your DVD library new life.

The BDP-83 supports both NTSC and PAL systems, providing disc playback and video output. It also allows you to watch the content of one system in the output of the other; for example, you can watch a PAL movie on an NTSC TV (please note that this is subject to DVD and BD region restrictions).



Award-winning VRS technology by Anchor Bay delivers outstanding picture quality. View logic board.
High-Fidelity Audio for a Cinema-Like Experience
It isn't just the BDP-83's visual quality that will thrill you; you'll also love the sound the BDP-83 creates. With support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, you'll experience loss-free sound that is studio-master quality. The player supports bit-stream output via HDMI 1.3, and it can decode TrueHD or DTS-HD audio into LPCM and yield sound via HDMI or 7.1-channel analog outputs.

Support for Audio-Only Formats Will Thrill Sound Lovers
Sound lovers will be elated by the BDP-83, thanks to its support for both DVD-Audio and SACD, two audio-only formats that provide stereo and multi-channel audio. These formats provide sound quality that is far superior to that of CDs, and they have greater sound depth and higher sound resolution. And with a dedicated two-channel analog audio output with optimized DACs and output driving stage, sound lovers will be sure they're getting the best audio they can.

Multiple Connections to Work With Your Home Theater
The BDP-83 has plenty of connections to interface with your home theater system. On the front of the player, there is a USB port that lets you quickly connect a flash drive to view movies, music, or photos. On the rear, there is another USB port, along with connections for HDMI, component video, composite video, 7.1 analog audio, analog stereo output, and optical and coaxial digital audio. Whether you have a state-of-the-art home theater system or one with legacy connections, the BDP-83 won't have any problems interfacing with your equipment. There is also an Ethernet jack for use with BD-Live, as well as a hardwired IR in-and-out jack.

Backlit Remote Control and Universal Power Supply
With clear labeling and an ergonomic layout, the included remote makes playback of all your audio and video discs easy. And because the remote control has a back light, you'll have no problems when using it in your dark home theater.

The BDP-83 has a universal power supply, making it compatible with the AC power of every region, so you won't have to worry about damaging your player with incorrect voltage.

The OPPO BDP-83 Blu-ray Disc Player measures 17.0 x 3.0 x 13.25 inches (WxHxD).

Product Description

Complete Media Support: Blu-ray Disc; BD-Live; DVD Up-Conversion; DVD-Audio;   SACD; Additional Media Formats - Additional disc and file formats, such as audio CD, HDCD, Kodak Picture CD, AVCHD, MKV, and other audio/video/picture files on recorded discs or USB drives can be played back on the BDP-83. Unparalleled Video Quality: VRS by Anchor Bay; Full HD 1080p Output ; True 24 Video ; Source Direct Mode; Multiple Zoom Modes; HDMI; High Fidelity Audio: Dolby TrueHD; DTS-HD; 7.1-Channel Analog Output; Dedicated Stereo Output; Digital Optical and Coaxial Outputs; Ultimate Convenience: Dual USB Ports ; PAL/NTSC Conversion ; Back-lit Remote Control; Universal Power Supply ; External IR ; RS232 Control (optional) ; HDMI CEC

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Excellent picture and sound quality(both blu-ray and DVD).
J. White
Not only does the BD-83 make my blu-rays look even better, it makes regular DVD's tolerable again and they look better than ever.
D Pravo
I highly recommend this product and from the moment you unbox this player - you will know that it is worth the investment.
R. Wood

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351 of 356 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Windrem on July 6, 2009
This is my second high definition player. I bought a Samsung BD-UP5000 when they were first released since it played both HD DVD and Blu-Ray discs. Poor support, lack-luster performance and the end of HD DVDs left me wanting something "better". I found what I was looking for in the Oppo BDP-83.

Oppo is a customer-driven company and conducted an extended beta test to uncover bugs. The beta testers had to accept the state of the player before it could be released! I've emailed Oppo support a few times and they are prompt to respond with real answers not just an automated or canned response - usually the same day. I can't say enough good things about the company.

The '83 is rock solid. It has not frozen or even hiccuped once. It plays all the discs I've put in. (The 5000 had trouble with some and often required the discs to be fingerprint free and occationally locked up requiring restart to even eject a disc.)

To me, one of the important features of a disc player is SD DVD upscaling. Standard definition can look pretty bad on a HDTV. Even the networks and cable channels often do a marginal job up-converting. My 5000 had a very good upconverter (Reon) but the '83 is better - something you'd expect from a company that focused on SD DVD players long after the introduction of HD DVD and Blu-Ray. Sometimes I forget I'm watching SD material!

Most high def players are sluggish, acting more like underpowered computers than audio/video gear. Boot and disc load times often exceed 30 seconds. Not the '83 - it's responds more like a DVD player than a computer. The tray opens in under 3 seconds from pressing the eject button (with power off) and playback begins in under 10 seconds (for SD DVD).
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From the moment you unpack the Oppo BDP-83 Universal Blu-Ray player you realize that this is going to be a truly unique experience. Wrapped in a reusable carrying bag, shipped in a double-thick cardboard box, the fit and finish of the Oppo BDP-83 matches the quality of the packaging. And the good thing is that unlike many Blu-Ray players, the best-in-class experience continues from the time you power it on to daily use.

I was lucky enough to get in on the Oppo pre-order in late May, after reading the early reviews of beta units, and knowing the reputation of Oppo's upscaling DVD players. For me, the Oppo BDP-83 offered the promise of super-fast load times, outstanding video quality, and the ability to play high-resolution audio (my SACD library).

A bit of background - I have a pretty high-end system configuration (Marantz SR-8002, KEF Reference speakers, Mitsubishi HDTV, Sony ES SACD player, Bang & Olfusen turntable). And I have pretty demanding standards especially for audio.

I waited to buy my first Blu-Ray Player (the very good Panasonic DMP-BD55K) until a standalone player offered quality and load times at least *close* to the PS3. And, although its load times and DVD playback are good, it still didn't quite meet my standards.

From the moment I connected the Oppo BDP-83 to my system, I was blown away by the experience. Extremely easy to setup (I literally unplugged my Panasonic and plugged in the BDP-83 using the same HDMI and component cables), very very easy on-screen instructions and setup. The remote is definitely much better than average with large backlit buttons of different sizes.
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102 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Arnold on July 6, 2009
A year in the making, OPPO has finally released the BDP-83 Blu-Ray Player - their first entry into the market. They have produced some of the finest upscaling standard DVD players, including the exceptional DV-983H. Thankfully, the BDP-83 uses the same Anchor Bay chip as the DV-983H, so your standard def DVDs will look as good as possible. On the Blu-Ray side of things, the audio and video quality are exceptional; on par with the best Blu-Ray players available. The BDP-83 also plays back DVD-Audio and SACD discs, making it a truly universal player. Anyone familiar with first-generation Blu-Ray players is all too familiar with their slow disc-loading times. Recent players have made great strides in this area, but the BDP-83's loading time is the fastest I have seen.

OPPO chose to forgo the trendy conveniences of YouTube, NetFlix, and Amazon Videos on Demand. I find these all to be quite convenient, but can't fault OPPO for sticking to their mission to create the best and most universal Blu-Ray player. Adding these features would have inevitably detracted from the performance of the machine.

OPPO has included all of the connections you may want. Along with the HDMI interface (which supports 1080p HD video output (with 24p), and TrueHD audio), the BDP-83 has 7.1 channel analog audio out, a dedicated stereo output, and both digital optical and coaxial outputs.

The BDP-83 also includes two USB ports (one in front, one on the back) to play back video and image files. It will even play PAL-formatted DVDs and convert them to NTSC on the fly. It also includes IR in and out ports to integrate into home theater control systems. Finally, the remote is a step up from previous OPPO models and easy to use with its back-lighting.
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