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    OPPO Still Supports BDP-95

    I have a old OPPO bdp-95 that I use as a cd transport to my DAC (honestly I can barely tell the difference when I A/B the balanced analog out to my McIntosh pre amp and the PS audio directstream . There is a difference but it’s subtle both sound excellent.
    My point here I decided to hook the HDMI out to my McIntosh MX100 for watching some DVD’s and Blu-ray’s I have along with some home movies I have on DVD-R. The picture played fine but no audio . Water trying everything I could think of I emailed OPPO and within a few minutes customer support emailed me a link to download a firmware update onto a usb drive . I plugged usb drive and did the firmware update and the sound works perfectly. So I wanted to share this is remarkably good customer service on a disk player that is over 10 years old !
    None of my disks are better than 1080p so I never upgraded to a 4 k player.

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Bucks County PA

    Re: OPPO Still Supports BDP-95

    I have 2 93s and have had good service and responses after they stopped selling them. Glad you had a good experience also. Shame they stopped making great players.

    Main System -
    Rotel RCD-1572 / Rega P3 > Luxman 505UX Mark II > Fyne Audio F502SPs > Synergistic Cables

    Secondary - OPPO 93 > VAC CLA 1 MKII Pre > Odyssey Stratos > Dynaudio Audience 82s > Tara Labs Cables

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    The Neutral Zone

    Re: OPPO Still Supports BDP-95

    That's great to hear. I've got a BDP-95 in Wisconsin and a BDP-205 here in Colorado and both are working just fine. Glad they're still supporting their legacy products.

    Amati Futura Mains
    Amati Homage VOX Center,
    Proac Response 1sc Rears,
    Three MC2301's for L,C,R
    MC 602 for the rears
    C 1100, MX 151, MCD 1100, MR 77
    Nottingham Dais with Sumiko Palo Santos Presentation
    SurfacePro 3, JRiver, WW Starlight Platinum USB, Schiit Yggdrasil, Benchmark DAC3 HGC

    MX 151, OppO BDP-95, JVC RS-500 DILA projector, 106" diagonal Stewart Luxus Screenwall Deluxe with Studiotek 130 G3 material.

    Lake House:
    Ohm F, MC 275V, C2300, MR 80, Rega P3

    McIntosh MAC 4300v

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    Oct 2014
    Mobile, AL

    Re: OPPO Still Supports BDP-95

    I have 2 Oppo 203s that I use primarily for video playback from disk. Still the best ones out there. I even upgraded to a linear PSU in the one in my music room.

    I think if they had kept streamer apps on these boxes, particularly hooking it to an app store to keep up with advancing, and changing streaming options, they would have sold better.

    Now, I feel that we will all end up with video streaming from the TVs themselves, after the technology inside the TVs match the various HDMI output streamer boxes/dongles. Video will end up like music has.

    Good or Bad? depends on your perspective. I have not seen streaming from a TV un-buggy enough to compete with the Apple TVs that I tend to use. Roku is about the same. Less boxes, and cords are always welcome though, once the technology reaches the toaster level (microwaves can be complicated).
    Amplification : Modwright LS300 - Atma-Sphere "Class D" monoblocks
    Digital : MSB Premier DAC+Digital Director, Oppo 203, Sonos Port (W4S mod)
    Analog : Technics SL1200G, Boulder 508
    Speakers : Daedalus Audio Muse Studio
    Headphone : BHSE + Voce

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    Re: OPPO Still Supports BDP-95

    I primarily use my Apple TV as my source for video as well in my HT processor.

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Ormond Beach, Plantation Bay CC

    Re: OPPO Still Supports BDP-95

    I still have a 93, 105, 203 . The 105 and 203 are used at least once a week. The 93 is in its factory box. Yep they still support them which is cool.
    2chl : Vincent Sp331MkII, W4S STP-SE Stage 2, Kef 201/2, KEF 140, Vapor Breeze, Lumin, Bryston CD, BHA-1, Quicksilver Headamp, HD650, HD800s, HD820's, Dan Clark 1.1, Focal Stellia, OPPO 203, 105. ( Boxed up: Pass Xa-30.5, VPI Classic, Dynavector DV-20XL, Manley Chinook, Cadenza Bronze)

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