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Why not?
Samsung has a history of not being very reliable. Look through some of the owner's threads. They are also slow in firmware updates or just ignoring previous players once a new model comes out. I have tried two different models in two different years. Never again.

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Samsung has a history of not being very reliable. Look through some of the owner's threads. They are also slow in firmware updates or just ignoring previous players once a new model comes out. I have tried two different models in two different years. Never again.

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OK. Thanks for the response. I have a Samsung F5900 that it is beginning to look like it may have been zapped by lightening! My first response was just to replace it but this great forum is starting to educate me on this whole AVS thing. It was my first Blu-ray player and I've only had it a few weeks. At first, of course, I was thrilled with it. But I am now beginning to realize some of its shortcomings. One of the main irritants is the "lag" when switching between apps.

At this point I am actually using my Blu-ray player more for streaming than actually playing discs. But if I'm going to replace it I just as well get something I'll be satisfied with. On my shortlist is a Sony BDPS6200. How does it seem in your opinion? Any alternative you would recommend? Cost really isn't a major consideration but anything more than than the Sony mentioned is just going to be overkill for me. The Oppo's often suggested on here are just going to be a waste on me.

Thanks again.
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OK. Thanks for the response. I have a Samsung F5900 that it is beginning to look like it may have been zapped by lightening! My first response was just to replace it but this great forum is starting to educate me on this whole AVS thing. It was my first Blu-ray player and I've only had it a few weeks. At first, of course, I was thrilled with it. But I am now beginning to realize some of its shortcomings. One of the main irritants is the "lag" when switching between apps.

At this point I am actually using my Blu-ray player more for streaming than actually playing discs. But if I'm going to replace it I just as well get something I'll be satisfied with. On my shortlist is a Sony BDPS6200. How does it seem in your opinion? Any alternative you would recommend? Cost really isn't a major consideration but anything more than than the Sony mentioned is just going to be overkill for me. The Oppo's often suggested on here are just going to be a waste on me.

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The Sony looks good for you.
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I agree with Hernanu. My Sony has been better at streaming apps (NF, etc.) than any BD player I've had. Very reliable BD and DVD playback, also.

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Thanks! hernanu & teachsac!

I appreciate the advice.
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Affordable players with zoom options for new plasma TV?

Lookin for an affordable (< $250) new BD player with decent zoom/stretch features for use with a new plasma TV.

I currently own a 2012 Sony BDP-S390 player (which was one of the last lower-end models to include analog RCA audio jacks btw), and have been pretty happy with its performance and picture quality, in spite of its lightweight plastic construction and noisiness with some discs.

What I'm lookin for now is a player with a zoom (or stretch) option for use with a new plasma TV that I'm considering buying. Most of my Blu-rays are "scoped" 2.35 to 2.40 aspect ratio widescreen (letterboxed) movies. And I also own a number of 1.37 Academy ratio and 1.33 ratio titles. And the zoom/stretch options on the TV are rather limited, and not that useful. So I need a player that can do a better job of zooming this type of content (especially the widescreen scoped stuff) to fill the screen and reduce the chances of burn-in while the panel's breaking in. (A somewhat quieter and more sturdily-built player than my Sony would also be nice, but that's lower on my list of needs/concerns.)

It looks like the Oppos and PS4 may have zoom features, but they're both a bit outside my budget. And the PS4 would probably waste too much energy, since it would only be used for movies and videos. So I'm looking for some other reasonably priced alternatives to these devices, maybe from Samsung, LG, Toshiba, Pioneer, Panasonic, or possibly even budget mfrs. (like Seiki?), since Sony doesn't seem to offer this feature on it's dedicated BD players. I'd also prefer to buy new, rather than used.

Any suggestions, tips, etc. on this would be appreciated.

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I'm looking for a universal player that plays both SACD and DVD-A's. I just received a Denon avr x3000. My old universal sacd player (Pioneer dv588) only has the six analog outs for sacd, audio only, no hdmi.
My Denon has no analog inputs for sacd. It must be via hdmi.

I've researched the Marantz UD 5007, which seems to foot the bill, but at $600, it's a little too much money. Any other much less expensive options out there?

Oppos are way more than I can afford since I just put out a large amount on my avr.

I have 40 or 50 disks or so and not planning on buying much more. So,I need something to occasionally play them in multichannel surround. Max $200 or so.
Thx, Frank
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I'm looking for a universal player that plays both SACD and DVD-A's. I just received a Denon avr x3000. My old universal sacd player (Pioneer dv588) only has the six analog outs for sacd, audio only, no hdmi.
My Denon has no analog inputs for sacd. It must be via hdmi.

I've researched the Marantz UD 5007, which seems to foot the bill, but at $600, it's a little too much money. Any other much less expensive options out there?

Oppos are way more than I can afford since I just put out a large amount on my avr.

I have 40 or 50 disks or so and not planning on buying much more. So,I need something to occasionally play them in multichannel surround. Max $200 or so.
Thx, Frank
Would you consider used gear? The OPPO DVD players all had DVD-A and SACD, and OPPO still services them at reasonable fixed cost.

Else, a new BDP-103 is $499.

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$600 is list price. Authorized Marantz and Denon dealers are only allowed to advertise list, but if you call them on the phone, they can quote a much lower price, usually only slightly more than Accesories4Less charges for refurbished units (~$350). Unfortunately, that's still above your budgeted $200, which I fear is too little for a universal player. FWIW, Sony's higher-end Blu-ray players are less than $200 and can play SACD, but not DVD-A.

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I'm looking for a universal player that plays both SACD and DVD-A's. I just received a Denon avr x3000. My old universal sacd player (Pioneer dv588) only has the six analog outs for sacd, audio only, no hdmi.
My Denon has no analog inputs for sacd. It must be via hdmi.

I've researched the Marantz UD 5007, which seems to foot the bill, but at $600, it's a little too much money. Any other much less expensive options out there?

Oppos are way more than I can afford since I just put out a large amount on my avr.

I have 40 or 50 disks or so and not planning on buying much more. So,I need something to occasionally play them in multichannel surround. Max $200 or so.
Thx, Frank
I just upgraded to the Oppo BDP-103, so I'm getting ready to put my Oppo DV-970HD on eBay. It's DVD, not Blu-Ray, but does DVD-A and SACD. Complete with box, manual, remote, etc. PM me if interested...I'll hold off on listing it.

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I just upgraded to the Oppo BDP-103, so I'm getting ready to put my Oppo DV-970HD on eBay. It's DVD, not Blu-Ray, but does DVD-A and SACD. Complete with box, manual, remote, etc. PM me if interested...I'll hold off on listing it.
Thx, for the offer, but after talking it over with my wife, we would like to combine the two DVD players we have (blue ray and sacd) into one. Our blu ray is actually 5 years old and so, she wants to look at a new one. I'm the one that wants to combine it with sacd. Again, thx.
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Anyone use a Western Digital My Book drive to stream movies? I bought my dad a 4tb drive to put movies on for him to watch, and my old LG player doesn't recognize the drive. It does recognize my older WD 2tb drive so I'm thinking my player doesn't work with that large of a drive. My new TV works fine with the drive. My dad has an older TV and is looking to get a blue ray player that will work with this drive since he doesn't have the internet.
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Thx Bill and Selden. $500 is a little much, the refurbished route might be doable, but everything must go thru the boss, as she controls the purse strings :-$, but I'm working on it :-).

I just started looking at players, but it's kinda hard to find what I'm looking for at a price point that has been given me. Some flexibility, but not a whole lot.
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Thx, for the offer, but after talking it over with my wife, we would like to combine the two DVD players we have (blue ray and sacd) into one. Our blu ray is actually 5 years old and so, she wants to look at a new one. I'm the one that wants to combine it with sacd. Again, thx.
No problem. In that case definitely an older generation Oppo Blu-Ray player on eBay is your best bet.
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I'm currently using my Xbox One as my blu ray player. I have a good system: Panasonic 65 inch Viera plasma, Sony 7.1 receiver with Jamo speakers.

What would be the benefit of upgrading my system to an Oppo 103D?
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I'm currently using my Xbox One as my blu ray player. I have a good system: Panasonic 65 inch Viera plasma, Sony 7.1 receiver with Jamo speakers.

What would be the benefit of upgrading my system to an Oppo 103D?
The Darbee image processor, for one. Plus, you can run your cable/sat box through the Oppo to use its better video processing capabilities, thus improving the image quality of cable/sat.

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I'm currently using my Xbox One as my blu ray player. I have a good system: Panasonic 65 inch Viera plasma, Sony 7.1 receiver with Jamo speakers.

What would be the benefit of upgrading my system to an Oppo 103D?
What Gecko said, plus better format support, SACD playback, better local media rendering and playback capabilities, easier to control with the TV off when listening to music, the ability to decode multichannel audio and output as multichannel via. HDMI and/or analog and stereo via. analog simultaneously (useful if you want to feed the stereo audio to a 2nd zone), better integration into a universal remote solution...
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OK after extensive research, I have yet again decided to turn to the experts here on AVS. You all have always given the best advice so here we go... I'm looking at either the Marantz UD5007 or the Oppo BDP-103 blu-ray player for my home theater. I rarely listen to cd's (honestly don't think I own a cd anymore). It will be 75% blu ray movies and 25% netflix or vudu. Obviously I am looking for the best picture and audio my budget can get as well as fast, quality network streaming. Thoughts??? Which blu-ray player would you suggest over the other?
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OK after extensive research, I have yet again decided to turn to the experts here on AVS. You all have always given the best advice so here we go... I'm looking at either the Marantz UD5007 or the Oppo BDP-103 blu-ray player for my home theater. I rarely listen to cd's (honestly don't think I own a cd anymore). It will be 75% blu ray movies and 25% netflix or vudu. Obviously I am looking for the best picture and audio my budget can get as well as fast, quality network streaming. Thoughts??? Which blu-ray player would you suggest over the other?
Given those requirements, a $70 Sony will work just as well. You'd be paying dearly but using none of the high end features of those players.
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I don't have a favorite player anymore especially when I have four on one Receiver.
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I can get the Marantz for a little under $400. Will there be a difference in audio or video compared to the Oppo?
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The 103: no, not a big difference. The 103D: yes, better picture quality. The D is for Darby edition. A stand-alone Darby processor runs $300, but is built in to the 103D.

Oppo, from time to time, has refurbs on their website. I got one earlier this week. So, check it out and you can save$100.

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Hi

I'm looking into buying a Blu ray player for the first time and i don't have a huge budget, £50-60 (70 at a push) but i really want one that plays multi region DVDs too. I've been looking online and going in circles, so many people seem to have different thoughts about the same models, but does the Sony BDPS1200B play multi region DVDs or can it be made to or do i need to buy a more expensive modified version online? I was also looking at the Samsung BD-F5100 but was put off by the noise issues.

Any help would be much appreciated!
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Hi

I'm looking into buying a Blu ray player for the first time and i don't have a huge budget, £50-60 (70 at a push) but i really want one that plays multi region DVDs too. I've been looking online and going in circles, so many people seem to have different thoughts about the same models, but does the Sony BDPS1200B play multi region DVDs or can it be made to or do i need to buy a more expensive modified version online? I was also looking at the Samsung BD-F5100 but was put off by the noise issues.

Any help would be much appreciated!
I would check the sites where you found the remote hacks. The same hack that has worked on Sony players for years probably still works on the European 1200, but you need to confirm. Also be prepared to buy a OFA remote to do the hack. Such a remote is about $3 in the US, shouldn't be much more in the UK.

When you say DVD, I assume you literally mean DVD, not BD, because the hack only works for DVD, if it works at all.
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www.amazon.com/OPPO-BDP-103D-Universal-Blu-ray-Edition/dp/B00GPFM106/

This the best bluray player money can buy ?
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If you want the "best" you probably should consider its big brother, the 105D.
http://www.amazon.com/OPPO-BDP-105D-...&keywords=oppo

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I suppose... if you like an Oppo with lipstick on it. You could buy 260 103D's for that.

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If you want the "best" you probably should consider its big brother, the 105D.
http://www.amazon.com/OPPO-BDP-105D-...&keywords=oppo
Only if you're going to be using the analog outputs or headphones. Otherwise, they're pretty much the same.

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Your link goes to a TV. So I'd say it's probably the worst bluray player money can buy. If you want the best, get one of these:
http://www.goldmund.com/en/products/eidos_reference_blue
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