Excellent condition and performs beautifully. Includes remote, USB
Wifi Adapter, factory box and packing.
Price includes shipping to any of the contigueous 48 states.
Universal Blu-ray disc player with Blu-ray, DVD, SACD, DVD-Audio, CD, VCD,
HDCD, AVCHD, MP4, AVI, and MKV support
SABRE32 Reference Audio DAC, Headphone Amplifier, USB DAC input, Toroidal
Power Supply, 2.0/5.1/7.1 and XLR outputs
Dual HDMI Inputs and Outputs, MHL-Compatibility, 3 USB Inputs, DLNA (DMP
& DMR), SMB/CIFS, Wireless N, RS232 & IR
4k Up-conversion, 2D-to-3D Conversion, True 24p Video, Vertical Stretch
Mode, Advanced Picture Controls
Faster startup and disc loading speed with dual-core processor; Updated Qdeo
Video Processor; Internet Streaming
Here is what Audioholics review stated about the Oppo
- The does everything right Blu-ray dream machine
- Benchmark audio and video performance
- Excellent build quality
- Relatively easy setup for such a complex machine
Originally Published: Feb 3, 2013
Updated: 3/6/15 added YouTube Video
Oppo proved that they could build the ultimate audiophile and videophile
Universal Blu-ray player for a fraction of the cost of so many so called “high
end” manufacturers. Oppo made enough minor improvements in features and
performance over the BDP-93 and BDP-95 units to justify the creation of these
new models. From the BDP-105’s impeccable benchmark performance to its
excellent build quality and usability, this player leaves you wanting nothing.
The BDP-105 not only raises your expectations of what all Blu-ray players
should be like, but it also elevates what you’d expect from a high end
transport costing thousands more. If your primary usage of this player is for
digital multi-channel audio, then I’d suggest its cheaper sibling the BDP-103.
However if you are fully intent on building a two-channel and multi-channel
system of equal measure, I simply can’t make a higher recommendation than the
super duper BDP-105 Blu-ray dream machine. Until Oppo builds a real world Star
Trek holodeck, you will be hard pressed to better your A/V experience with any
other source device. Live long and prosper and long live Oppo!