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Lecteur BluRay 3D Oppo BDP103D Darbee Edition Noir

de OPPO
4.8 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client

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  • Upscaling UHD 4K
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Numéro du modèle de l'articleBDP-103DEU
ASINB00GPFM106
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Alors que le lecteur BDP-103 d'Oppo connait un franc succès depuis son lancement, le constructeur américain désormais réputé pour la qualité de ses lecteurs Blu-ray lance une version "Darbee Edition".

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Des le deballage, le lecteur est dans une jolie pochette en tissus, on percoit la qualité.
La cable hdmi est fourni il n'y a plus qu'a connecter, un rapide parametrage une mise à jour du firmware et c'est parti.
Ce lecteur haut de gamme est excellent à tout point de vue, l'image est sublime il decode tout ce que j'ai pu tester et l'upsampling sur les DVD récents est impressionnant tout comme sur les blu ray car, il alimente un ecran samsung 4K
Avec ses ports USB et ses entrées HDMI, il permet d'ameliorer la qualité de toutes mes sources videos.
La qualité de l'audio n'est pas en reste.
Les possibilités de parametrages sont très vastes et ce lecteur s'integrera facilement dans n'importe quel systeme home-cinema.
La documentation papier en anglais est très complète et bien faite avec des examples de connections alternative.
Elle est telechargeable en francais sur le site du fabricant.
Bref, un excellent lecteur bluRay/DVD et plus encore.
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Tres belle finition et surtout il lit tous les formats (mkv avi mp4 mpeg2...) que je lui ai proposė sans aucun probleme et sans saccades.
sympa aussi de lire la musique en format flac ou wma.
je recommande vivement ce lecteur haut de gamme.
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Vous vous demanderez pourquoi un prix élevé, mais pour les amoureux du home cinéma l'Oppo trouvera ça place. Lancement du Blue Ray en quelques secondes, application netflix et extensible avec la clé USB roku 3, 4k, darbee, streaming à partir d'un serveur, wifi etc...(pour plus d'info voir la fiche technique) mais vous ne serez pas déçu du rapport qualité/prix.
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Ce lecteur "sent" la qualité.
Là où certains font les chose chichement, n'offrant pas de câble HDMI, il est fourni et avec un sac de transport.
La qualité d'image est bonne.
Dommage que le mode d'emploi ne soit pas en français.
Il y a une touche "Netflix" sur la télécommande, prête pour quand ils arriveront en France...
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HASH(0x950de6f0) étoiles sur 5 Going back to 103 non Darbee 30 octobre 2013
Par Go Bucks - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've owned an Oppo 103 but returned it thinking this Darbee model would be better as it was only $100 more. Just like the 103, everything is the same right down to the manual. I have mixed feelings about the "Darblet" in this unit "improving" my picture. I read up on it and know you need to keep its settings low for the most part or you can introduce artifacts. On my VT60 plasma I noticed artifacts even on its lowest settings from 5-25--it goes all the way up to 120 but I never liked it that high. I really was expecting to be blown away by this Darbee chip but honestly it did not impress me. It gave the image more subtle detail that I never felt I missed when I switched it on or off. I also used this on my sony 4K bravia xbr900 and was more impressed with the Sony's 4k scaler versus the Darbee processing which does processing at 1080p and not 4K. In the end, I just want a quieter picture( less noise and artifacts) and the Marvel! chip does a better job in that regard imo. I also noticed motion blur on Iron Man 3 blu ray when I used the Darbee setting on low (5-20) and noise reduction engaged on the 103D. That was the last straw as my VT60 plasma never blurs. Just to confirm I played Iron Man 3 in my ps3 and motion blur was gone. In fact, the blu ray even looked sharper (more pop) than the 103D which was never the case with my 103 which always seemingly outperformed my ps3, especially in sound. I'm not trying to bash Oppo but for me, the 103 is all I will ever need and I find the Marvell chip to be a better solution---and a $100 cheaper than the Darbee model! I could live with this model if it employed both video chips but for me the Darbee felt like a gimmick rather than an improvement from the 103 model. If you have never owned an Oppo, I'm sure you will find enjoyment in the picture quality though with or without Darbee engaged. You be the judge.
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HASH(0x950de918) étoiles sur 5 Fantastic Player, Very Good (if buggy at the moment) Scaler/Video Processor 31 octobre 2013
Par N. Bruce - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've had my eye on an Oppo BluRay Player for years, but it wasn't until this new Darbee unit became available that I finally was pushed over the edge to actually ordering one. Had an early Oppo DVD player that is still working (or so I'm told ... it's at my Mom's house with most of my old DVDs).

I ordered mine from Oppo because I wanted to get their remote IR extender unit included in the box, which is an option if you order from Oppo directly.

As a BluRay player, the Oppo 103D is fantastic. Amazing detail and quality, and on my calibrated (if a bit old) Panasonic 58V10 Plasma, it brings out detail I've been missing. It's amazing. Five Stars.

As a video processor? It's got a bit of growing up to do. But Oppo is fantastic with support and I have no doubt these minor issues will be corrected.

I contacted Oppo support a number of times after I received the player, and they were unbelievably responsive. Even replied to an email after hours on a Sunday. So one extra star there. Six stars.

There is a known issue that sometimes happens to video input from another source (in my case, a TiVo), where the 103D will freeze during channel changes or when turning on for the first time. It seems to happen once or twice a night, but they have promised a firmware update soon. For instance ... if switching from a 1080P source to a 720P source, it will occasionally freeze with a black or static screen. It's rare enough that it's not a big deal (solved with a player reboot) but it bears mentioning. So one star minus, bringing it back down to five stars for me. :)

The Darbee effect is very good for the majority of what I watch ... TV and streamed video. It adds dimension pop to an image and doesn't produce noticable artifacts unless I set it above 65% ... it's very good for TV. But I can see how someone might not appreciate the processing on a BluRay. I first tested the Darbee effect out with Pacific Rim and loved the slightly added pop.

Don't expect the Darbee processing to be a massive difference and you'll be happy. Is it worth $100 over the standard 103? Hard to say. It is for me, but I wouldn't begrudge anyone for saving some money and going with the 103.

Another note about the build quality ... it really is outstanding. Brushed black metal, built like a tank. Love it.
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HASH(0x950deb70) étoiles sur 5 Extremely well engineerd - but not bullet proof 25 janvier 2014
Par DigitalEagle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Update April 2014.

Unfortunately I ended up having a defect in my Oppo. I'm writing this in case anyone else sees the same issue. When I copied a couple of my movies on DVD+DL Discs the Oppo froze up when it got to the dual layer change point. It would then give an error message stating that there was no disc detected. I called Oppo service and they thought it might be related to either the media or the software that I was using to copy the disc. They asked me to send in the disc for them to analyze. After they received it, they told me that it was playing fine on their machines, so I needed to send my machine in for repair. It was strange because it would play every other piece of media I had just fine. This same media played fine on my PS3 and Toshiba HD DVD player so I also suspected it was a problem with the Oppo player.

To Oppo's credit, they did pay for the shipping of the machine back and I trust they will be able to sort the problem out. Of course I am disappointed that I have to be without my machine for nearly three weeks but I guess a defect can happen to any manufacturer; even Oppo. Even so - this shows that even Oppo doesn't build totally bullet proof machines.

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I was looking for a Blue Ray player that could also play DVD Audio and SACD Discs as I have many in my collection. I previously had to have a separate, older, Panasonic Blue Ray player to play my DVD Audio Discs and a Sony CD/SACD player. I wanted to consolidate both into one player as my Panasonic Blue Ray player was becoming very outdated and slow.

The only player on the market that could do this was the OPPO 103. I thought the price was a little steep but, considering all the positive reviews on OPPO and their excellent customer service, I decided I would spend the money and get the Darbee Edition.

The product came extremely well packaged. Other Companies should take a lesson from OPPO here. In fact the presentation of openning the box was excellent with a very nice fabric cover protecting the actual unit.

The second thing that impressed me was that I found an actual printed manual in the box. Many Companies are eliminating this due to cost these days. Not only that, but this is the best written manual I have ever seen in any product. The directions are clear and explain everything the unit does in detail. Bravo!

The unit was easy to setup even without the directions. The first thing I did was to connect everything to the unit including two HDMI outputs to my Yamaha Aventage Receiver. One output was for my Blue Ray and DVD playing and the second one was to output DSD digital SACD streams directly to my receiver as the first HDMI output will not do this. I had to change a setting in the menu options on the video outputs in order to accomplish this. (Which was clearly documented by OPPO)

The unit then told me there was a firmware update available which it updated over the network. I also burned an ISO disc of the latest beta firmware and installed that. Both processes went without a hitch.

The unit played everything I threw at it. The first thing I noticed was how fast everythingn loaded and played. Blue Ray and DVD playback were both excellent. I turned on the Darbee effect on a couple of my DVD's and noticed a nice improvement. As others said, it won't blow you away, but does offer a very subtle enhancement. Having the demo function on the Darbee is nice as you can see the visual effect of having the processing on and off with your own content. I haven't had a chance to try it out on some of my better Blue Ray discs yet. Others have said the Darbee effect is best with better content.

The unit also played my DVD-Audio and SACD discs without a hitch. I am extremely impressed that it will output a pure DSD stream directly to my Yamaha receiver. There, the Yamaha processes the audio stream directly to it's DAC's. This produced excellent results. (My Yamaha receiver uses quality 192khz Burr Brown DACS so the audio results are impressive)

Next I attached a large hard drive of FLAC files directly to the units USB connection. Once again - it played these files with great results. My only niggle is it is quite difficult to navigate through hundreds of FLAC files using the Oppo and it does not seem to have a search function or the ability to create playlists. I have a media server which can do those tasks so this is not a big deal to me. It does appear to read playlists created by Foobar. It would be nice if they also incorporated this ability with Media Monkey, which is my main play back application.

I also have a nice collection of HD DVD discs which the Oppo cannot play. It would be nice if it could also play these discs, but in fairness to oppo, HD DVD is no longer a viable standard.

I just can't find any real negatives with this player. In fact, I couldn't find a single player that could do everything the Oppo 103D can. There really wasn't any competition. Adding the Darbee video processing was a very nice bonus for the extra money and I'm sure this will play dividends as the Darbee software can be upgraded through future firmware updates.

The build qulaity of this product is excellent. Fit and finish are quality and its obvious that OPPO spent a lot of time engineering this product designing it close to perfection.

The product just gets out of the way and plays your media content the way it is supposed to.

I'm very impressed and I'm not easly impressed with products these days. I don' regret spending the money on this product at all. In fact, for everything it does so well, Oppo could have priced it higher.
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HASH(0x950deeac) étoiles sur 5 Not Your Average Player 7 février 2015
Par dj24 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Some people think $600 is a bit much for a run of the mill blu ray player but this product is much more than that.

- Provides reference scaling, de-interlacing and overall video processing through it's two extra HDMI Inputs. If you have a cable, satellite or a tivo box- just set it to native output and the Oppo does the rest. If you have a media player and have a lot of dvd rips plug it into the other HDMI Input and the results are the same. This basically replaces a quality video processor like the DVDO Edge Green which retails for about $400

- Integrated Darbee which is the icing on the cake will bring out the details and make the image crisper and sharper without adding any artificial artifacts. That's $200 savings right there.

- Amazing picture quality if you have Netflix, Amazon prime, Vudu, Youtube and other streaming apps with the Oppo 103D doing the upscaling and darbee in the mix. Trust me once you see how these apps look you'll never go back to watching them with the old inferior way.

- It does both DLNA and SMB network sharing from a NAS or external hard drive reliably and efficiently. I have a Toshiba 5TB External Hard Drive attached to it via USB and it has played every kind of format I've thrown at it without any issues. I will be upgrading to the 8TB version recently released by Seagate very soon.

- Reference audio playback including SACDs and any other high res lossless audio.

- If you have a Sound bar with HDMI connectivity, the 103D will easily decode all the lossy and lossless audio formats like DTS-HD-MA and Tru-HD once you connect it to the Sound bar. I have the Vizio S5451w-C2 5.1 Home Theater Surround Sound bar which sounds fantastic with the Oppo in the chain handling all the decoding duties. No need to splurge for a very high end expensive sound bar if you have the 103D in the mix.

- Depending on your set up and needs, the 103D can act as a pre-amp if all you need is a simple 2.1 ch or a 4.1 surround sound system. Just plug in quality powered speakers like the Audioengine A5+ using the analog outs and enjoy great audio from your music/ movies. This is especially beneficial if you have a small living room. This type of set up will save you from purchasing an AV Receiver and instead helps you allocate your money towards speakers/ wires.

- Not interested in active speakers? Why you can a get a Pro Amp instead of an AV Receiver and configure quality passive speakers up to a 7.1 ch format using the analog outs.

Adding up the math, the 103D is truly a swiss army knife that easily exceeds its $600 asking price once you realize the many things it can do. The amazing thing is that it does each one extremely well. A few cons: There are some issues with Netflix log in with the player requiring you to sign back in once every often and the player doesn't have an HDMI pass through mode. The first I'm sure will be addressed in a future firmware update (not really a big issue even if it doesn't) and the latter isn't really a requirement for many including myself although it should have still been included. As mentioned by many, Oppo's customer service support is unique and one of a kind that you can't find anywhere today. They are fast, responsive (even on weekends) and extremely helpful releasing firmware updates in a continuous cycle to this day.

I will close this out by saying that the Oppo 103D is the hub of my entertainment system and is easily the best hardware that I have ever owned. I've had it since shortly after it's release a little over a year ago and it continues to wow me to this day.
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HASH(0x950e2114) étoiles sur 5 A tank of a player. The best video upgrade I've installed in my system. 15 mars 2014
Par John R. Wielgosz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the sort of purchase that has one scrambling through their collection, revisiting older favorites. Finer image details now become more apparent. DVD up conversion is rock solid. I have yet to find anything that trips it up. Mixed film-video content in a rapidly edited music video? No problems here. Multi-channel hi-res music playback is seamless now, with my small SACD and DVD-A collections getting new leases on life.

This is also the fastest, smoothest player I've used. Laugh all you want, but I was pleasantly surprised when I realized I could enter 'Setup' mode during playback and adjust on the fly. This player loads discs possibly even faster than my old PS3. Even my worst-case test disc 'T2: Skynet Edition' loads without incident now.

There are some nits. The network apps are on the sluggish side, and I'd like to enable DVD 24p mode more easily during playback instead of diving through the menu each time out...but knowing Oppo, these will be fixed by the end of the month.

Darbee processing is the real deal. It can be easy to crank it up to 85% and kill the image, but at the 30% to 40% range (my display's sweet spot seems to be 34%), it subtly adds a level of detail that goes missing once turned off. It doesn't play well with overly sharpened images, so display settings can play a large part in its effectiveness vs. inducing artifacts.
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