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Compare Prices of OPPO BDP-103

Best price for OPPO BDP-103 in Hong Kong is HK$ 3,917.00

You can buy the OPPO BDP-103 at the lowest price of HK$ 3,917.00 from Amazon.
Alternatively, the OPPO BDP-103 is also sold in Indonesia at Lazada with the price of HK$ 2,163.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of HK$ 1,557.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of HK$ 3,917.00 and Singapore at Amazon with the price of HK$ 1,012.00 and Vietnam at Hdradio.vn with the price of HK$ 4,400.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 17 July 2018, 10:20.

Price List by Country for OPPO BDP-103

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 3,917.00 HKD 3,917.00
Indonesia IDR 3.931.000 HKD 2,163.00
Malaysia MYR 897.48 HKD 1,557.00
Philippines PHP 26,653.00 HKD 3,917.00
Singapore SGD 175.90 HKD 1,012.00
Vietnam VND 12.889.000 HKD 4,400.00

Specs of OPPO BDP-103

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelBDP-103
DateJan 2014

Reviews of OPPO BDP-103

gadgetreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-01
Two HDMI ports, External WiFi dongle, Sealed optical drive mechanism, Illuminated remote
Momentary reboot after exiting some online entertainment sites
lu-ray players used to be expensive, but now it's common to find name-brand players for under $200 touting every feature you can think of. So what makes Oppo's BDP-103 Universal Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player a better choice when it has a $500 price tag? ...
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audioholics.com
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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pcmag.com
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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hometheaterreview.com
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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soundandvision.com
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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audioholics.com
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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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-11-28
First-class Blu-ray and DVD picture quality. Noticeable picture enhancements with "Darbee" processing. Excellent control over disc playback. Excellent network media performance
Quite expensive
Last year, we reviewed the Australian version of the Oppo BDP-103 Blu-ray player . Now, while that one remains available, an enhanced version of it has been released, with the slightly strange "Darbee Edition" moniker. I'll talk more about Darbee shortly...
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goodgearguide.com.au
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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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-10-31
Nice design and build. Excellent video image quality
Expensive. Loaded with non-AU video services
Oppo traditionally builds very premium products, and as such, they traditionally come with a premium price tag. When we reviewed the predecessor to the BDP-103AU — the — back in 2011, it was priced at AU$850. This model is a bargain by comparison, at ...
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