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post #1 of 7
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Who better than OppO to develop a BluRay changer to replace the Sony 960/7000. They have great engineering, and have proven they can produce a profitable product in smaller quantities to appeal to this niche market. Come on, OppO, think about it!!
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Originally Posted by netroamer View Post

Who better than OppO to develop a BluRay changer to replace the Sony 960/7000. They have great engineering, and have proven they can produce a profitable product in smaller quantities to appeal to this niche market. Come on, OppO, think about it!!
They did one better for me! They gave us ISO capability on the 93 awhile ago. I can hook up a four bay hard drive caddie through USB and access over 250 3D movies! biggrin.gif
post #3 of 7
What do you do with a Blu-ray changer?

Watch 5 movies in a row without getting up from the sofa?

Browse through the favourite scenes from your porn collection?

I can understand the jukebox concept with music, but not really with movies.
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Originally Posted by Ornette View Post

What do you do with a Blu-ray changer?
Watch 5 movies in a row without getting up from the sofa?
Browse through the favourite scenes from your porn collection?
I can understand the jukebox concept with music, but not really with movies.

You pose some interesting personal choices there Ornette but I think that those of us who own several hundred Bluray, DVD and CD's find the concept of a jukebox preferable to HTPC's that can't deal with HDMI or HD/MC Audio. I have the Sony BDP-7000ES and it is a great tool for viewing and accessing a modest collection of media. I think an OPPO "jukebox" employing their excellent drive technology would be very well received.
post #5 of 7
The reason I love my Sony 960 is that I have over 100 blu-ray concerts and like to listen to a song or two then switch to another and do the same thing. Without the changer I would be loading dics every 5 minutes
post #6 of 7
It's quite a bit faster to access multiple disc images from a networked or local storage streaming box. Jes sayin'. Handling shiny discs is not required.
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Originally Posted by DiCecco View Post

The reason I love my Sony 960 is that I have over 100 blu-ray concerts and like to listen to a song or two then switch to another and do the same thing. Without the changer I would be loading dics every 5 minutes
Beyond that, if Oppo made a changer I assume they would use their standard universal drive. That means they would have the first universal changer for all of your DVD-Audio and SACD's. Changers have been around for decades, I don't see why it should be so hard to connect an old changer design to their universal drive.
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