Yet again, Oppo shows the way.

Oppo have now become established as producing the best Blu-Ray players at their price in the World, they are simply unbeatable. They are also some of the finest players available at any price.

You could, quite reasonably expect them to take a rest, and leave the competition time to attempt to catch up, however you would be wrong.

Enter the new BDP-103EU. This quite incredible new machine makes a mockery of other manufacturers so called high end machines.

Just look at these specs:

OPPO BDP-103EU Specification Highlights:

•    Third generation Qdeo™ by Marvell video processing
•    Dual HDMI 3D Outputs
•    Dual HDMI Inputs for video processing of external sources
•    Front HDMI Input supports MHL
•    ARC support on both HDMI inputs
•    2K*4K video conversion
•    Blu-ray 3D
•    2D to 3D conversion with user adjustable parameters
•    Blu-ray Source Direct 1080/24p
•    DVD 24p conversion (NTSC)
•    Multiple image zoom modes. Vertical stretch mode
•    DLNA Type functions including DMP, DMC, DMR
•    Access to SMB/CIFS clients
•    Samba Support
•    Gracenote Support
•    Netflix™ *
•    7.1 (Configurable 5.1 / 2.0) analogue audio outputs
•    Advanced media playback
•    Three USB ports, 2 rear 1 front
•    USB Wireless adapter included
•    Full function RS232
•    External IR input

There is quite simply so much new ablaut the new machine, that we urge you to click “HERE” to see the full specification and details.

Oppo excellence - new reference grade Blu-Ray player

We all thought the Oppo BDP-93EU was the cream of the crop, until Oppo themselves throw a spanner in the works and give us the Oppo BDP-95EU.

Amazingly the Oppo BDP-95EU not only gives us everything amazing that makes the Oppo BDP-93EU so good, it also surpasses and squashes out any remaining weakness that may have been present.

You are guaranteed fantastic 1080p24 output from Blu-Rays and the Marvel video processing for standard definition sources is exemplary. in addition it handles nearly every format out in the wild including 3D.

One of the greatest improvements is it also now offers excellent audio replay for both analogue and rather unexpectedly, digital. The suprise here is that the digital output is actually better than the already fine performance standard set by the BDP-93EU.

A new reference build quality, separate power supplies and additional shielding to cut back on any interference between components. Reference level DACs, balanced XLR and dedicated stereo outputs, 7.1 output analogue decoded, dual HDMI and 2Gb internal storage, the list goes on. It all makes this industrial sexy finish a killer package very few can touch. Available to purchase from us today.

Onkyo joins the 3D Blu-Ray scene

One of the worlds leading home cinema manufactures brings us the latest in 3D blu-ray players.

The Onkyo BD-SP309 is the perfect match for partnering equipment bringing phenomenal detail, speed and ease of use to our cinemas and living rooms. In addition to Blu-Ray, DVD and CD playback we have the option for home networking via the ethernet port to stream music and videos direct to the big screen.

All of this for an astonishingly low price.

OPPO launches astonishing Blu-Ray multimedia player

OPPO have launched a new successor to it’s original and highly successful BDP-83 Blu-Ray player.

The new BDP93EU is a technical tour de force. Great sound & picture quality, Hard drive capable movie playback, full onboard 8 channel decoding, twin HDMI outputs.... the list appears endless.

Check this astonishing spec:

  • Blu-ray 3D™
  • Exceptional picture and sound quality
  • 2nd generation Marvell Qdeo™ video processing
  • Network streaming
  • Advanced DVD up-conversion to 1080p
  • SACD & DVD-Audio/Video
  • Wireless-N (Wi-Fi 802.11n)
  • eSATA & Dual USB 2.0 ports with NTFS support
  • Dual HDMI outputs
  • External IR & RS232 control for complete system integration
For a full list of all the specifications, see the dedicated OPPO 93 page - here.

HD Component to be chopped.

HD Component to be chopped. - Click to see the article in the Hi-Def section.