Oppo has just released an official update of its Ultra HD Blu-ray player that remarkably noticeable
This new update (Firmware UDP20XEU-33-1229) replaces the beta that Oppo took out a few weeks ago and can only be downloaded and inserted into the player using a USB stick.
This new update UDP20XEU-33-1229 is official and can be done directly from the player.
Compared with the previous version UDP20XEU-29-1209, the main changes included in this version are:
1. Fixed an issue where the Start menu was set to 60 Hz.
2. An HDCP 2.2 fault has been resolved when an HDCP 2.2 receiver is connected and an older one, that there is no HDCP 2.2.
3. Replace a black screen problem with some UHD titles after resuming playback.
4. Improved micro-cut problem when playing UHD, BD and DVD titles at 24 Hz.
5. A SACD playback problem has been resolved where the player immediately returns to the Main Menu.
6. Optimizing disk loader performance for better disk compatibility and read speed control.
7. Fixed a problem whereby the player does not recognize music files when using the Serviio server.
8. Fixed an issue where RS-232 #SRC
was not working.
9. Holding down the Resolution button on the remote control for three seconds will reset the player's output Resolution, HDR, color space, and color depth settings to the factory default settings.
10. Improved uninterrupted playback function for audio files.
11. The Start Menu now supports a wraparound function.
12. Improved over-saturation of colors when using the experimental Metadata function of the strip. Note that the black level is temporarily set to a very low level when the Band Metadata feature is enabled.
All the features of the previous firmware are also found in this version.
The update can be done through the Internet connection and using a USB stick.