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post #31 of 1323
I'm relieved Oppo is finally jumping on the streaming bandwagon!
post #32 of 1323
Anyone concerned about the Marvell scaling solution not matching the ABT solution's performance? Are there any benchmarks available for the two?
post #33 of 1323
Does Marvell scaling solution = Aqua Man.
post #34 of 1323
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Originally Posted by DasRaven View Post

Anyone concerned about the Marvell scaling solution not matching the ABT solution's performance? Are there any benchmarks available for the two?

Not here.
post #35 of 1323
Do you think the BDP93 will support FLAC , ape, WM Lossless this time?
It would be great to connect an external hard disk with all my ripped CDs...
post #36 of 1323
What about file systems? Please don't cripple it with FAT32.
post #37 of 1323
The 93 will be my new player, period.
post #38 of 1323
Very interesting. It might be time to move my 83 to the family room and add the 93 to my HT. Yep, that's what I'm thinking.
post #39 of 1323
-- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093779/quotes?qt0482717

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Originally Posted by Gene DellaSala View Post

...Just when you thought there wasn't a better Universal Blu-ray player on the market for under $500 than the infamous BDP-83 Universal Blu-ray Player, Oppo proves you wrong by unveiling a new successor model: the ...BDP-93.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/infamous:

1. having a reputation of the worst kind: notoriously evil.

post #40 of 1323
The Oppo BDP-93 3D BD player looks interesting. I think I would miss the ABT 2010; however, the Marvell was used in Sony's S5000ES, so it's no slouch. No mention of: SACD, DVD-A, HDCD. Are these still in there? I can appreciate the inclusion of Netflix, et al; but, I sure hope they haven't dumped the old standards...
post #41 of 1323
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Originally Posted by DigVid View Post

The Oppo BDP-93 3D BD player looks interesting. I think I would miss the ABT 2010; however, the Marvell was used in Sony's S5000ES, so it's no slouch. No mention of: SACD, DVD-A, HDCD. Are these still in there? I can appreciate the inclusion of Netflix, et al; but, I sure hope they haven't dumped the old standards...

According to Gene on the 1st post he says, "The Oppo BDP-93 will do
virtually everything the BDP-83 BD player did, plus have some major
feature upgrades like Netflix streaming and dual HDMI outputs."

I guess the key word is virtually.
post #42 of 1323
Hmm get the bdp93 or wait for the bdp93se? I already have the BDT350 so I think I will wait for the highend model to see what it has.

Also, from what I've heard the qdeo processor oppo will now be using is slightly better than the ABT2010. Its the same one the Pioneer BDP-09FD used.

Hopefully this will also have DLNA. If not, the Denon BDP2011 may have a significant edge over it.
post #43 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Gene DellaSala View Post

The Oppo BDP-93 will do
virtually everything the BDP-83 BD player did...

I wonder if that includes ignoring Cinavia: our next DRM battle after region locking.
post #44 of 1323
and for those wondering, there is now beta testing group on this player. I shot an email off to Oppo and got that answer...
bummer...
Chris
post #45 of 1323
When can I buy it? :P
post #46 of 1323
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Originally Posted by chs4000 View Post

When can I buy it? :P

Suppose to be out before X-Mass.
post #47 of 1323
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Originally Posted by CCONKLIN1 View Post

and for those wondering, there is now beta testing group on this player. I shot an email off to Oppo and got that answer...
bummer...
Chris

You mean NO beta testing, right ?
post #48 of 1323
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Originally Posted by CCONKLIN1 View Post

and for those wondering, there is now beta testing group on this player. I shot an email off to Oppo and got that answer...
bummer...
Chris

The 83 had a beta testers thread so we could all see it progress. How long before Nueromancer starts one???
post #49 of 1323
Blu-ray.com is saying the BDP-93 also plays 3D Blu Rays!!

Normally I would chalk this up to a typo but the article SPECIFICALLY mentions it has DUAL HDMI outs, ala the Panasonics!!!

http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=5198
post #50 of 1323
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Originally Posted by KLee View Post

Blu-ray.com is saying the BDP-93 also plays 3D Blu Rays!!

Normally I would chalk this up to a typo but the article SPECIFICALLY mentions it has DUAL HDMI outs, ala the Panasonics!!!

http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=5198

The blu-ray.com article quotes and links to the same audioholics article that is linked to in the first post of this thread. The audioholics article also includes pictures of the new player which shows dual hdmi ports.
post #51 of 1323
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Originally Posted by IanD View Post

I wonder if that includes ignoring Cinavia: our next DRM battle after region locking.

My guess is no. This article, at afterdawn, mentions that ALL new blu-ray players released after Q1 2010 are required to support Cinavia DRM.

http://www.afterdawn.com/news/articl...aim_at_pirates
post #52 of 1323
Count me in for the 93! Just purchased a Panasonic 50VT25 last week. I currently own a BDP-83 but have been using the Panasonic BDT-300 for 3D.
post #53 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Stew4msu View Post

Thanks gonk, I'm taking that to the bank.


Now, just it just needs the capability to connect a 2TB HD full of movies and I'm really all set.

A bank of five USB3.0 on the player would be fun. Why stop at 2TB when we can go higher?
post #54 of 1323
The million dollar question for me is "can it be made multi-region" ?
post #55 of 1323
The features I would most like added would be:

Outputting SACD as 176/24 over HDMI
FLAC support
A more solid and quieter transport, quieter fan.
It would be cool to have one of those jitter reduction/reclocking schemes that Pioneer, etc, have.
post #56 of 1323
I'd like to see output of stereo SACD at 24/96 (or 24/88.2!) over the optical and coax output.

And I'd like to see the analog section of the 83SE become the standard player's analog section.
post #57 of 1323
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Originally Posted by DasRaven View Post

Anyone concerned about the Marvell scaling solution not matching the ABT solution's performance? Are there any benchmarks available for the two?

DasRaven,

I know my BDP-83SE has the ABT inside and it is a great performer, but Marvel is a more that competent scaling solution. I think those who have never experienced the ABT will not be disappointed in the Marvel.

Just my $.02.


Willie
post #58 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Waboman View Post

Very interesting. It might be time to move my 83 to the family room and add the 93 to my HT. Yep, that's what I'm thinking.

Waboman,

I'm already trying to figure out how to fit this in also. I'm figuring I can use my 83SE in a dedicated setup for music (plenty of CDs, SACDs and DVD-As) and work the 93 right into the HT setup.


Willie
post #59 of 1323
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Originally Posted by JimProuty View Post

-- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093779/quotes?qt0482717



http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/infamous:

1. having a reputation of the worst kind: notoriously evil.


Jim,

Another definition is "detestable". The mere mention of the BDP-83 on other blu-ray threads would normally bring those threads to a grinding halt.


Willie
post #60 of 1323
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Originally Posted by DigVid View Post

The Oppo BDP-93 3D BD player looks interesting. I think I would miss the ABT 2010; however, the Marvell was used in Sony's S5000ES, so it's no slouch. No mention of: SACD, DVD-A, HDCD. Are these still in there? I can appreciate the inclusion of Netflix, et al; but, I sure hope they haven't dumped the old standards...

The Audioholics article states "Oppo BDP-93 Networking Universal Blu-ray Player"
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