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Well it sucks cause I'm either going to have to wait well over a year after players hit the market for a 4K blu ray player or spend the money on a stop gap 4K player while my Oppo 95 is still plugged in for Audio DLNA duty.

Back in 2009 Oppo was not nearly as established or had as many resources as they are now so their was a reason they were late to the Blu-Ray game. But being a year late now seems like an over sight.

Just a bummer all around
Get over it!!! There are many things in life considerably more important than having the latest/greatest A/V gear.
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Well it sucks cause I'm either going to have to wait well over a year after players hit the market for a 4K blu ray player or spend the money on a stop gap 4K player while my Oppo 95 is still plugged in for Audio DLNA duty.

Back in 2009 Oppo was not nearly as established or had as many resources as they are now so their was a reason they were late to the Blu-Ray game. But being a year late now seems like an over sight.

Just a bummer all around
I think the issue is Oppo will either have to put in a very flexible streaming media player in their next disc player or they'll have to consider offering 2 different units - one more focused on being a great disc player and another which has no disc capabilities but is a great streaming device.
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Get over it!!! There are many things in life considerably more important than having the latest/greatest A/V gear.

Considering this is an AVS forum this is the place to dicuss these things, gees you need to chill. It is certainly a vlid opinion that it is a real bummer that Oppo is not going to release a 4K blu ray player for potentially another 2 years.
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Considering this is an AVS forum this is the place to dicuss these things, gees you need to chill. It is certainly a vlid opinion that it is a real bummer that Oppo is not going to release a 4K blu ray player for potentially another 2 years.
You have that backwards, I am not the one getting upset cause I can not upgrade today. That would be you.
I take the attitude, gear shows up, when it shows up.

Its the companies who rush things out the door to grab the first buck to be made that usually have the worst performance.
As opposed to a company like Oppo who provide good quality cause they do not rush the progress of a new piece of gear.

I am patiently waiting for true 4K TVs to show up where I live...if they do, great, if not, I won't lose any sleep over it.
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Get over it!!! There are many things in life considerably more important than having the latest/greatest A/V gear.
Please save your negative comments for the hardware not the person.
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Considering this is an AVS forum this is the place to dicuss these things, gees you need to chill. It is certainly a vlid opinion that it is a real bummer that Oppo is not going to release a 4K blu ray player for potentially another 2 years.
I suppose the question is, what will they release in the mean time - if anything?
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I suppose the question is, what will they release in the mean time - if anything?
They've been doing personal audio products that are getting good reviews. The public's interest in Blu-ray players is kind of dead until 4K appears. I doubt if you'll see a new model before then.

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Hopefully a 105 type player with a more dedicated music file player with a good interface. Also include MQA.
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^^^ +1 for MQA support!

In general, I hope the stick to the core of what they are good at, which is a great source device for Video and Audio.

If they want to continue to have two models, that's fine and the 105 replacement can have the basics for a simple single-box system (assuming active speakers). But all this talk of adding DRC and more and more pre-pro features is not a great direction as it adds serious complexity and dilutes the focus of the product.

For the 103-class product, I just want a good quality media streamer, excellent physical media support (all the current ones + UHD) and HDMI 2.0 outputs (2 w/split A/V). That's it, no boatload of other, unrelated stuff.

Great products have a focus and whatever features they do have are well implemented and eay to use.
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