“My Oppo BDP-93 was my 3rd foray into the Blu-ray disc player arena after two prior and utterly disappointing experiences with a Samsung BD-P1400 and the BD-P1600 that was its warranty replacement. The Oppo BDP-93 has excelled in the all the areas that the other players fell short. To name a few: Disc Loading Times - the Oppo BDP-93 averages a 15 second loading time for most BD media in my...” --KingLeerUK
“I got the opportunity to buy a used but minty Oppo BDP-83SE for a very good price. The seller was upgrading to a BDP-105 and needed some cash so I jumped on the BDP-83SE. I will be making some comparisons with a Pioneer BDP-09FD and Sony BDP-580 player as well. The Differences with the Oppo 83 and 83SE The BDP-83SE is an upgraded version of the BDP-83. The upgraded version retailed $400...” --Jon S
“See the full review of this great bang for the buck player on my blog at http://audiophile-musings.blogspot.com/” --inline_phil
“I have been using this almost since it was introduced and still think it is a great player. Admittedly I don't use it as much anymore now that I have an HTPC but I do still need it sometimes and I'm glad it's there.” --rec head
The Oppo BDP-95eu Set the Universal Blu-Ray Standard Now Save $100 on the Blu-ray Player-of-the-Year Award Winner from Every Single Major Audio and Video Publication When we ran out of the best-selling BDP-95s, we had Oppo scour the earth looking for more. Fortunately, they were able to find us a few in the UK. Purchased directly from Oppo UK, these BDP-95eu models have been factory updated to...
“Like a soup-up 500hp BMW on slick vs a Factory Porsche 911, which one will kick ass more? That's my impression of Audiocom Oppo 105 Reference vs some of the mega $ cdp out there! My listening usage is more HT now but I had my days with 2ch, AN CDT2 MKII transport, DAC3.1Sig fitted with Telefunken ECC802s tubes (best 6922 tube period, cost me $300 each) & upgrade BG-n caps, Lamm LL2 tube...” --rob6186