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Is OPPO still making/selling players?
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Anyway, can anyone recommend a great BD player outside of OPPO since they evidently are no longer doing the BD thing?
Try here:

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/149-b...er-thread.html

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/149-b...tart-here.html

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Hi all, is it only red book CDs that carry CD text information?

From Oppo FAQ: CD-Text is shown on the On Screen Display: album name, artist and track title.

I'd love to show this information for CDs on the screen. Thank you.
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Hi all, is it only red book CDs that carry CD text information?

From Oppo FAQ: CD-Text is shown on the On Screen Display: album name, artist and track title.

I'd love to show this information for CDs on the screen. Thank you.
SACDs do as well.
Actually its pretty rare on CD's, maybe 25% actually have anything.
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Alternative WiFi Dongle for BDP 93

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I just bought a used Oppo BDP-93 off Ebay. It did not come with the Oppo USB2.0 WiFi dongle. The user manual says:

The wireless adaptor included in the BDP-93 package has been pre-configured to work with BDP-93 player. It is compatible with 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz wireless networkds.

Has anyone used an aftermarket WiFi dongle?
If so, what brand model number?
Is it plug and play or is there something else that needs to be done for it to have a working handshake.

I've done a search for an original BDP-93 WiFi adaptor/dongle for sale and come up empty.
I have discovered that the Factory Oppo Wi-Fi dongle for the BDP 93 ( AK093 ) used the Atheros AR9271 WiFi chipset. This is the same chipset used in the Sharp VR-WL25 mini USB WiFi Dongle which is much much smaller than the AK093 and available on Amazon for $12.00. Haven’t tried it but it should work as it uses the same drivers as the AK093.

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I am hoping there are still active 93 users who could provide me with some assistance.

Recently I recorded some mp4 videos that can be played back perfectly on all my computers (using, for example, the VLC media player). However, when I tried to play them on the 93, the videos got loaded but the machine just hanged there with the Oppo logo on the screen and the green play button on the upper left corner. Nothing else happened.

The only issue I can think of is that these videos have been captured on my 4K laptop, so the frame width (3840) and frame height (2160) correspond to 4K resolution. Could this be the cause of the problem? If so, why I can play them on my 2K computer screen with no problems?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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The only issue I can think of is that these videos have been captured on my 4K laptop, so the frame width (3840) and frame height (2160) correspond to 4K resolution. Could this be the cause of the problem? If so, why I can play them on my 2K computer screen with no problems?
The 93 maxes out at 1080p/24 content. (see manual p23)
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The 93 maxes out at 1080p/24 content. (see manual p23)
So are you saying the 93 does not have the ability to automatically down-convert videos from 4K to 2K?
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So are you saying the 93 does not have the ability to automatically down-convert videos from 4K to 2K?
The 93 doesn't have the ability to read 4K videos. 4K didn't exist when the 93 was designed, so it doesn't support it in any way.
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The 93 doesn't have the ability to read 4K videos. 4K didn't exist when the 93 was designed, so it doesn't support it in any way.
Thanks. That makes sense.

Unfortunately, after down-converting the videos to 1080/24, the 93 still won't play them, although it correctly recognizes the properties of the videos (resolution, frame rate, etc.). The loading process just grinds to a halt. These videos play perfectly on my 2K and 4K computer screens.

I am at a loss as to why this problem persists.
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Thanks. That makes sense.

Unfortunately, after down-converting the videos to 1080/24, the 93 still won't play them, although it correctly recognizes the properties of the videos (resolution, frame rate, etc.). The loading process just grinds to a halt. These videos play perfectly on my 2K and 4K computer screens.

I am at a loss as to why this problem persists.
What are the container and codecs? The free "mediainfo" utility will give you details.

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What are the container and codecs? The free "mediainfo" utility will give you details.

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Thanks for responding to this.

The video files are in the mp4 format. The codec id returned by mediainfo: isom (mp41/avc1).
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Thanks for responding to this.

The video files are in the mp4 format. The codec id returned by mediainfo: isom (mp41/avc1).
As an experiment you might see if the player likes an MKV container better; mkvmerge will convert mp4 to mkv.

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As an experiment you might see if the player likes an MKV container better; mkvmerge will convert mp4 to mkv.

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Wow, it works. Now the mkv files play perfectly on the 93. Many thanks for the suggestion.

Just curious: what could be the reason for this? AFAIK, the 93 supports mp4 too, right?
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Wow, it works. Now the mkv files play perfectly on the 93. Many thanks for the suggestion.

Just curious: what could be the reason for this? AFAIK, the 93 supports mp4 too, right?
Yes, but it seems to me that MKV support has always been better. Combinations of codec + container sometimes cause reliability problems.

Support for this came from Mediatek. OPPO was sometimes able to get changes and improvements made, but not always.

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Yes, but it seems to me that MKV support has always been better. Combinations of codec + container sometimes cause reliability problems.

Support for this came from Mediatek. OPPO was sometimes able to get changes and improvements made, but not always.

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I've always wondered, though, why OPPO did not work with the folks at the Videolan to incorporate the Vlc player into their products. Vlc is the most versatile player I've encountered, bar none. it has never failed to play a file I throw at it.

Of course, the question is now moot as Oppo is no longer making players.
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I have discovered that the Factory Oppo Wi-Fi dongle for the BDP 93 ( AK093 ) used the Atheros AR9271 WiFi chipset. This is the same chipset used in the Sharp VR-WL25 mini USB WiFi Dongle which is much much smaller than the AK093 and available on Amazon for $12.00. Haven’t tried it but it should work as it uses the same drivers as the AK093.
I just received the Sharp VR-WL25 mini Wi-Fi dongle and installed it in my BDP-93. It works perfectly.
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I am wondering if you folks have experienced the dreaded apple green screen on your 93.
I recently acquired a jvc nx7 (RS2000) and tried to play a bluray on the 93.
The JVC came up with message "out of range". The Oppo plays fine on my 4k GZ100 Pana OLED.
The screen then turned apple green with the oppo menu.
My sony 5000es br player works fine. As does my old WDTV media box.
All units via the Marantz 8805 AVP.

Your thoughts will be appreciated.
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Check your HDMI cables. When I had that problem all I did was reseat my HDMI cable and it was fine. If reseating it doesn't work, try known good cables. If that fails, try different HDMI ports on the AVR, TV and BDP-93.
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I am wondering if you folks have experienced the dreaded apple green screen on your 93.
I recently acquired a jvc nx7 (RS2000) and tried to play a bluray on the 93.
The JVC came up with message "out of range". The Oppo plays fine on my 4k GZ100 Pana OLED.
The screen then turned apple green with the oppo menu.
My sony 5000es br player works fine. As does my old WDTV media box.
All units via the Marantz 8805 AVP.

Your thoughts will be appreciated.
I am sad to report that my BD-93 has finally died.

First I got the green screen with content playing in green only. A few days later it was red only. Last night it was completely black with a diagnostic message from my projector stating Video frequency out of range.

Our symptoms are similar. Interesting!

I also disconnected my ethernet cable years ago just before Oppo sent the iso kill update and has not received any update since so I have a collection of iso videos that can now only play via a computer.

So, I came here to see if anyone else has the same problem.


I have several other UHD Players that do 3D BluRays too so I'm only out the USB hard drive iso files until I can get them converted to disk. Those files are important because they represent 18 years of my travel and family videos.


I also have an older UHD Samsung Player and it is acting up with blackouts so I'm sure that player is about to die as well.

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Check your HDMI cables. When I had that problem all I did was reseat my HDMI cable and it was fine. If reseating it doesn't work, try known good cables. If that fails, try different HDMI ports on the AVR, TV and BDP-93.
Been there done that. But I will probably pop the cover and see if the HDMI jack on the Oppo has a bad solder connection to the board. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Been there done that. But I will probably pop the cover and see if the HDMI jack on the Oppo has a bad solder connection to the board. Thanks for the suggestion.
Mine still works fine with my oled Pana gz1000 TV. But goes green with the new JVC projector.
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Mine still works fine with my oled Pana gz1000 TV. But goes green with the new JVC projector.
Interesting! When I get around to pulling my Oppo out of the rack I'll have it on the bench where I do have an LED 27inch LG TV to check things out. Will be a real head scratcher if I get the same result as you. Thanks for the report.

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Interesting! When I get around to pulling my Oppo out of the rack I'll have it on the bench where I do have an LED 27inch LG TV to check things out. Will be a real head scratcher if I get the same result as you. Thanks for the report.
I just replaced the HDMI cable (16 metres) with fibre optic and the green screen disappeared. I noted I turned off the 36 bit deep colour option in hdmi options . When I turned it back on the message on projector screen was HDMI out of range.
I have the JVC Rs 2000 or NX7. So this is the issue,The projector would not handshake with it. However Pana oled gz1000 was fine.
Deep colour 36 bit is the sticking point with the JVC handshake.
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BDP-93 died last night :(

Is the HDMI cable it came with capable of passing a 4K signal, or will I need to upgrade for a new 4K disk player?

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Is the HDMI cable it came with capable of passing a 4K signal, or will I need to upgrade for a new 4K disk player?
It's possible, but good cables from Monoprice or Bluejeans are so cheap that we advise getting all new cables when you go to 4k. It eliminates a large set of mysterious problems.

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Is the HDMI cable it came with capable of passing a 4K signal, or will I need to upgrade for a new 4K disk player?
OPPO cable works fine with 4K on Sony X-700 4K player.

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Is the HDMI cable it came with capable of passing a 4K signal, or will I need to upgrade for a new 4K disk player?
As Bill said, you should upgrade ALL your HDMI cables to Premium Certified cables (comes with the fancy hologram label declaring that). These need not be expensive.

The cable OPPO shipped with the 93 predates that spec. It MAY work with 4K, but if so you’ve simply used up some of your limited lifetime supply of Lucky.
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Thank you very much for this solution. I had this same exact problem and the update did the trick. Much appreciated
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Recently purchased the Aussie release of "Sister Act" Bluray and was annoyed to discover that not only does it only have DD5.1 English soundtrack (compared to DTS-HD MA for the international release) but it locks up my Oppo 93 requiring a power off reset.

Interestingly my Oppo 83 plays it just fine, so the purchase is not completely wasted.

I thought the studios were over that sending different versions to different regions rubbish.
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