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OPPO BDP-95 Universal Audiophile 3D Blu-ray Disc Player
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- Unparalleled Video Quality powered by 2nd Generation Qdeo Video Processing
- Diversified Media Support - Blu-ray, DVD, CD, SACD, DVD-Audio, HDCD, WAV, MKV, FLAC & more
- World's best performing 32-bit audio DAC solution - ES9018 SABRE 32-bit Reference DAC
- Balanced XLR & Toroidal Transformer for superior audio signal quality & power efficiency
- Ultimate Convenience - Dual HDMI, IR In, RS232, USB, eSATA, DLNA & more
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|Item Dimensions||16.9 x 12.3 x 4 in||12.24 x 16.93 x 3.11 in||11.5 x 10.83 x 2.76 in||12.2 x 16.8 x 4.8 in||—||—|
|Item Weight||16 lbs||9.48 lbs||3.09 lbs||22 lbs||—||—|
The OPPO BDP-95 is designed from the ground up with components optimized for enhanced analog audio performance. The OPPO BDP-95 features all-new analog audio stage powered by two ESS Sabre32 Reference Digital-to-Analog Converters, balanced (XLR) & unbalanced (RCA) dedicated stereo outputs, and a Toroidal linear power supply. Housed in a rigid chassis construction, these components work harmoniously to deliver exceptional sound quality that is detailed and accurate.
High Fidelity Audio Performance
SABRE32 Reference Audio DAC; Toroidal Power Supply; Detailed and Accurate Audio; Dedicated Stereo Output; XLR Balanced Stereo Output; 7.1-Channel Analog Output; Rigid Chassis Construction; Digital Optical and Coaxial Outputs; Dolby® TrueHD; DTS-HD Master Audio
Diversified Media Support
Blu-ray Disc; Blu-ray 3D; SACD; DVD-Audio; VUDU HD Movie Streaming; Netflix Instant Streaming Ready; Pandora Internet Radio; YouTube Leanback; BD-Live & BonusVIEW; Additional Disc & Media Formats, MKV & FLAC etc.
Unparalleled Video Quality
Qdeo by Marvell; DVD Up-Conversion to 1080P; Full HD 1080p Output; True 24p™ Video; Source Direct Mode; Multiple Zoom Modes; Vertical Stretch Mode; Dual HDMI v1.4a Outputs; Advanced Picture Control
Dual HDMI Outputs; eSATA Port; Wireless & Ethernet; Dual USB Ports; PAL/NTSC Conversion; Back-lit Remote Control; World Power Supply; External IR; RS232 Control; HDMI CEC; DLNA Certified
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First, the unit is very substantial and generally looks and feels like a very high quality unit, one that would be right at home in an audiophile's collection. Initially, I was a little disappointed once I had it hooked up to my amp and speakers. I tried a collection of my CDs to test out the players performance and one of my limited SACD collection. The sound quality was definitely better than my old player, but only to a minor degree and the bright, somewhat harsh sound I've come to associate with CDs was still present.
As I came to discover, out of the box, this unit is not very well optimized for two channel stereo. I suppose many people will use this unit in a surround sound system, so Oppo seems to pre-configure it for this kind of setup. You have to modify some settings but the user manual and the onscreen guides make it fairly simple (I disabled the surround sound speakers, turned off automatic volume control, changed some stereo processing settings, and also modified the setting that allowed two channel audio to be processed through the "high quality DAC" mentioned in the manual). Most of these settings are under the "audio processing" menu if I recall correctly. If your really interested in exactly what I did, make a comment and I will elaborate on the exact steps.
After the changes where made, I was blown away at the difference. The unit allows CDs to sound remarkably warm and musical. The dynamic range which has always been one of the sore points for CDs in my opinion is wonderful and the sound stage is as alive as anything I've heard on vinyl. I could not be more pleased. CDs sound like SACDs and SACDs (the 4 that I own!) sound sublime. I have a feeling my vinyl collection will be getting a bit dusty as I re-experience my CD library over the next few months.
There were also some added bonuses that I didn't anticipate. Blueray video looks terrific, quite a bit better than my old player. Another bonus is the ability to be able to link via DNLA to my computer to play the digital collection stored there. Unfortunately, this technique doesn't seem to be compatible with the lossless flac files (although the Oppo certainly can if you burn them to disk or have a thumb drive) but I *am* able to convert those to high bit rate mp3s, and the sound quality is completely acceptable, almost indistinguishable from the CDs themselves. DNLA can be a little flaky in general if you've never used it before, but that is no fault of the Oppo. There are plenty of articles on the net about the ins and outs of DNLA that can explain the nuances way better than me. By the wya, you can also get netflix and other streaming channels. Netflix looks pretty good but the initial video buffering can cause the initial for seconds of any video to look a little pixlated. I consider these all bonuses though and the outstanding sound quality is why I rank this buy 5 stars.
- Against Pioneer Elite BDP-05 (999 usd): Oppo is far better in all aspects. Sound quality, video quality, loading speed, etc. No point to compare.
- Against Mcintsh MVP-881 (8000 usd): For audio, the Mcintosh is far far better player in all aspects. No point to compare audio capabilities. About video they are too close, but I think the Mcintosh is little better, mainly in movement scenes. If you see a fast movie with the oppo you will notice that at least 5-6 times there's a second or mili-second freeze on the screen (you see it). With Mcintosh this simply doesn't happen. When upgrading DVD's to 1080p, I think both are the same. For loading times, a point for oppo, far far faster!!!. And MVP has not 3d, so another point for oppo. For construction, well Mcintosh is the king.
My overall conclusions are that for the price the Oppo player is the best option available up to some weeks ago (launching of the 105), and a serious competitor for 2k to 3k players, but that's all. This is the only reason I put 4 stars. Don't thing it will sound as high-end audio equipment, but pretty decent. And about video quality, indeed it is top quality. By the way it improved with the Pangea Audio AC-14SE from the stock cable. I didn't thought it was possible but worked.
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