OPPO BDP-103 price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

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OPPO BDP-103 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateJan 2014
Hard drive
Built-in HDDYes
HDD capacity1 GB
Audio decodersDolby Digital,Dolby Digital Plus,Dolby TrueHD,DTS,DTS-HD,DTS-HD Master Audio
Audio output channels7.1 channels
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)115 dB
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity3
USB 2.0 ports quantity2
Digital audio optical out1
Digital audio coaxial out1
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
RS-232 ports1
Weight & dimensions
Width430 mm
Depth311 mm
Height79 mm
Weight4.9 kg
Technical details
Device typeBlu-Ray player
Progressive scanYes
Ethernet LANYes
Product colourBlack
Video upscalingYes
HD typeFull HD
Supported video modes1080i,480i,480p,576i,576p,720p
Noise reductionYes
2D-3D converterYes
24p supportYes
Playback disc formatsBlu-Ray video
File formats
Video formats supportedAVCHD,AVI,MKV,MP4

Reviews of OPPO BDP-103

Reviewed on 2018-10-20
The OPPO BDP-103D Blu-ray Disc player is a modified version of its predecessor, the well-regarded BDP-103 (read my complete review).Just as with the 103, the 103D provides the same playback features (including 3D and internet streaming) and connections...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-09
Sony unveiled a new and lower-priced speaker, the three-way, six-driver SS-NA2ES ($10,000/pair), based on the impressive SS-AR1 (see my review in the July 2011 issue) and SS-AR2 ( reviewed by John Atkinson in October 2012). The obvious difference was the...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-06
Oppo has hit another one out of the park. The BDP-103 may not be light years ahead of the BDP-93, but it is ready for 4K conversion and the Marvell Qdeo processing is one of the best systems on the market in our testing. The player has some other whiz-...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-29
Excellent performance. A plethora of high-end features. Sturdy construction.
Very expensive. Many features are unnecessary for a simple home theater setup
If you want to put a lot of effort into your home theater, you need to be prepared to spend some money. While you can get a perfectly fine, high-quality Blu-ray player like the Editors' Choice LG BP620 for a relatively low price, it won't necessarily inte...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-19
There's no denying that the go-to player for most home theater enthusiasts and manufacturers these days is an Oppo universal player. This plucky import, which not that long ago was as a relative unknown here in the States, has come on strong and practical...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-09
A couple of years ago, 3D burst on the scene and was initially available only on top-of-the-line players, but as of today, you can find this feature in the sub-$100 category as well. With all these advancements and price drops, how can a company have the ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-01
Anytime Oppo releases a new product it creates quite a buzz on the internet almost akin to Apple or Samsung releasing a new smartphone product. One difference however is that when Oppo releases new products, the changes are typically quite substantial ...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-21
Unrivalled image quality, Class-leading design and build, Unique feature-set
Netflix and Vudu not useful for most Australians, No eSATA or Gigabit Ethernet, Expensive
We hooked the Oppo BDP-103 to our two favourite TVs for testing: a 50-inch Pioneer KURO PDP-LX509A, and a 50-inch Panasonic ST50A. We had a PC and an Xbox 360 hooked up to the two HDMI inputs, and a swathe of Blu-ray movies, a couple of DVDs, and c...
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