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I have skimmed through the faq on page one and the Oppo support page in regards to firmware updates. Once the BDP-83 firmware is upgraded, all settings go back to default. Is this true? Then all custom settings must be re-entered back into the player? Wonder if they could add to their menu to save custom settings to a USB drive and after updating, re-load your custom settings back into the player.

No. When updating the firmware, the player is not automatically reset to factory default. Sometimes after updating firmware, things have the potential to get a little wonky. So, after updating the firmware, OPPO suggests to do a manual initiation of reseting the player to factory default settings to clear any possibility of that happening.
Then after that, change the settings to your desired state, and then power cycle the player to save those settings.

Personally I have done this procedure many, MANY times and it is not a huge PITA. I can toggle through the SETUP WIZARD and then change all of my settings to where I want them in less than 5 minutes.

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Did anyone else see all the shipping prices increase after entering credit card info, then have to reenter credit card info during priority ordering online?
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I just tried to order the player through my priority link and it said

"Sorry, this product is not currently available"
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A friend of mine who got the priority link just ordered it when i told him that i was getting that message.

what is going on here?????
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A friend of mine who got the priority link just ordered it when i told him that i was getting that message.

what is going on here?????

Email OPPO and tell them about it.

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It appears that this thread is having a bit of difficulty keeping on topic so I thought I'd introduce a BDP-83 issue.

My OPPO hasn't been able to recreate a decent acting portrayal by Mathew McConaughey since "A Time To Kill". For reasons that I do not understand, every DVD or BD we have tried to play that came after ATTK is compromised in both audio and video.

The audio stream comes across rather whiney, petulant and vacuous. As for video, for the most part, background images appear well rendered but shots of McConaughey seem overblown, puffed up and sophomoric.

Has any else had this problem with their BDP-83?

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I just tried to order the player through my priority link and it said

"Sorry, this product is not currently available"



Give them a call, as Bill mac mentioned you might just get a hold of someone they have incredible CS

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No matter how you slice it, it is still great service.

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Yup. That's why I bought a 983 and why I just plunked down $600 for a BDP-83 + RS323.
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It appears that this thread is having a bit of difficulty keeping on topic so I thought I'd introduce a BDP-83 issue.

My OPPO hasn't been able to recreate a decent acting portrayal by Mathew McConaughey since "A Time To Kill". For reasons that I do not understand, every DVD or BD we have tried to play that came after ATTK is compromised in both audio and video.

The audio stream comes across rather whiney, petulant and vacuous. As for video, for the most part, background images appear well rendered but shots of McConaughey seem overblown, puffed up and sophomoric.

Has any else had this problem with their BDP-83?

LOL...hilarious!!!
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Did anyone else see all the shipping prices increase after entering credit card info, then have to reenter credit card info during priority ordering online?

The initial shipping cost showed on screen is for the closest zip code alligned to the OPPO offices in California.
After you enter your info, the shipping cost is then adjusted to reflect the cost of shipping to YOUR address.

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I got the OPPO Blu-ray Player BDP-83 Priority Ordering‏ email and I just put my order in. Currently, I'm using my Panasonic DMP-BD60 blu-ray player, which is a very good blu-ray player with decent loading times and decent dvd performace, but not so good 2 channel cd playback. Before it, I had the Pioneer BDP-51FD for around 6 weeks and sold it on ebay about 2 months ago. It was a good blu-ray player, but slow loading times, and long delay and unfulfilled promises in firmware updates and the Pioneer-Sharp joint venture drove me to sell it, even I read that the new Pioneer BDP-320 has basically the same performance as the 51fd, but it gets a little bit warmer.

I hope that the BDP-83 arrives to my house next week so that I can compare it to my Panny DMP-BD60. DVD performance, picture quality, build quality, very good 2 channel analog audio playback, fast loading times, and excellent customer support are all very important to me.

I have a feeling that the BDP-83 will exceed my expectations and I might be selling the BD60 within the next two to three weeks either through craigslist or ebay.

Kage,

You've assisted me on other threads and I look forward to your comments.


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The initial shipping cost showed on screen is for the closest zip code alligned to the OPPO offices in California.
After you enter your info, the shipping cost is then adjusted to reflect the cost of shipping to YOUR address.


OK, thanks.
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I just tried to order the player through my priority link and it said

"Sorry, this product is not currently available"


Just checking... Are you sure that you used and entered correctly the same email address that Oppo has you registered under for EAP Interest. If not, I believe this is exactly what happens.

I just pre-ordered mine successfully a few minutes ago.

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Damn, I got the same "product unavailable" message also. I wanted to wait and read the first reports about the new Pio players before ordering the Oppo. I tried to order this morning - "through May 2" right? - and no luck. Sent an e-mail to Oppo.
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It appears that this thread is having a bit of difficulty keeping on topic so I thought I'd introduce a BDP-83 issue.

My OPPO hasn't been able to recreate a decent acting portrayal by Mathew McConaughey since "A Time To Kill". For reasons that I do not understand, every DVD or BD we have tried to play that came after ATTK is compromised in both audio and video.

The audio stream comes across rather whiney, petulant and vacuous. As for video, for the most part, background images appear well rendered but shots of McConaughey seem overblown, puffed up and sophomoric.

Has any else had this problem with their BDP-83?

as long as the "mcconaughey bug" isn't evident on dazed and confused, i can live with it!

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its hard to believe that there are two other guys replacing their rp-91s with the bdp-83. i figured i was perhaps the last person on earth to have one. i assume there are perhaps others on the forum using the 91. i guess it shows just how good this little machine is. i hope i get as much mileage out of the 83

For what it's worth, I got a 983 to replace my Panasonic RP-82... only had the 983 about 6 months before I then replaced that with the BDP-83.

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Are the current EAPers using the included HDMI cable, or is it a throw-away cable that one usually gets packaged with consumer equipment? I'm using monoprice cables currently and am wondering how it stacks up.

I used the OPPO cable for the 983 and then the BDP-83 and found it to be very beefy and certainly up to task. It has ferrite cores on it. No problems.

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I think by now a fairly clear consensus has emerged that the "McConaughey bug" is a function of the source material, and cannot be fairly attributed to the BDP-83. So too with the Tom Cruise, Al Pacino, Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robin Williams bugs.
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Just checking... Are you sure that you used and entered correctly the same email address that Oppo has you registered under for EAP Interest. If not, I believe this is exactly what happens.

I just pre-ordered mine successfully a few minutes ago.

Cheers.

not so-

we click on the link in the email sent to us- and a website page opens at the OPPO site saying that theproduct is unavailable. we never get to enter any info.
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not so-

we click on the link in the email sent to us- and a website page opens at the OPPO site saying that theproduct is unavailable. we never get to enter any info.

Yes, that is it exactly, and Of course I am using the same email, that's what email address the link was sent to.

So you are wrong on that one.

This really stinks!
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Is it really worth upgrading to the 83 if I already have a panny bd35?

Yes. Wishful thinking, maybe, but I believe the BD picture is better. For sure, the upscaling of DVD's is better. The panny doesn't compare. The upscaling qualities of the oppo ensure you will not be replacing very many DVD's, if any. The load speed is better, has more features, and plays SACD's as a bonus. Oh yeah, backlit remote.
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It appears that this thread is having a bit of difficulty keeping on topic so I thought I'd introduce a BDP-83 issue.

My OPPO hasn't been able to recreate a decent acting portrayal by Mathew McConaughey since "A Time To Kill". For reasons that I do not understand, every DVD or BD we have tried to play that came after ATTK is compromised in both audio and video.

The audio stream comes across rather whiney, petulant and vacuous. As for video, for the most part, background images appear well rendered but shots of McConaughey seem overblown, puffed up and sophomoric.

Has any else had this problem with their BDP-83?

G**damn, that's funny! And unfortunately, true.
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It appears that this thread is having a bit of difficulty keeping on topic so I thought I'd introduce a BDP-83 issue.

My OPPO hasn't been able to recreate a decent acting portrayal by Mathew McConaughey since "A Time To Kill". For reasons that I do not understand, every DVD or BD we have tried to play that came after ATTK is compromised in both audio and video.

The audio stream comes across rather whiney, petulant and vacuous. As for video, for the most part, background images appear well rendered but shots of McConaughey seem overblown, puffed up and sophomoric.

Has any else had this problem with their BDP-83?

Problem

Sounds more like your Oppo is a miracle machine if it was able to recreate a decent acting portrayal at or before ATTK

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So why does the estimated ship date now say May 5-21. Weren't they supposed to be going out on the 4th? Or is this a generic blanket timeline for those that are placing their orders later and later as a new wave comes out. I was a part of the first wave however.
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This really stinks!

Please, people.

There is nothing anyone here can do about your ordering problems, so there is no point in posting about it here.

Contact OPPO and tell them about. Only OPPO can fix it.

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Yes. Wishful thinking, maybe, but I believe the BD picture is better. For sure, the upscaling of DVD's is better. The panny doesn't compare. The upscaling qualities of the oppo ensure you will not be replacing very many DVD's, if any. The load speed is better, has more features, and plays SACD's as a bonus. Oh yeah, backlit remote.









How is BD picture better?
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For all those of you anxiously waiting in line - OPPO confirmed to me by phone that they are processing these orders by sign-up date. I signed up on December 5th. Just received my invite. Hang in there, everyone!

I can't remember when I signed up - is there a way to find out?
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EAPers: When playing .VOB files over USB, does the 83 pause between files?

My understanding is that the Oppo DV-980 plays them reasonably, but pauses between files. I'm hoping the BDP has improved this.
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EAPers: When playing .VOB files over USB, does the 83 pause between files?

My understanding is that the Oppo DV-980 plays them reasonably, but pauses between files. I'm hoping the BDP has improved this.

There is still a pause. It is quicker than on previous players but by no means seamless.

The more serious problem in playing media files is a sorting bug such that they are listed and play in the wrong order.

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I think that it may be time to shut this thread down. Or, at the very least, create a brand new thread for people to talk about their A. not having received an email invite, B. having received an invite, C. what the response to that invite meant, D. when they are scheduled to receive/not receive their player, etc., etc., etc.

Please, people, if the numbers are correct as to the number of preorders, we're looking at the possibility of another 300 pages of this. Let it go. The player will be here eventually unless a giant meteor puts us all out of our misery.

And now, since I've added to the noise level myself, I'll ask an obligatory technical question: I've been following a thread over in the flat panel technology area on the inherent "judder" in 24fps content here. One of the topics being discussed is the ability of some video processors to compute interpolated frames based on multiple content frames. Without reference to any ideas of the desirability of doing this, who likes what, what the "creator's" true intentions were when Best Buy was born, etc., does anyone have any concrete observations on the Oppo BD83's capabilities in this area as compared with those of the Pioneer KRP-600M? And please, please, please note again: I don't want my question to start a religious war: I'm really only interested in a comparison the the frame interpolation capabilities of the two devices cited above.

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