OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Product Photos

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View with Included Accessories

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View with Included Accessories
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View with Included Accessories. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

To start off this photo profile of the OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player is a look at the accessories included with the unit provided for this review. Starting on the back is the remote control, and on the top of BDP-93 is an HDMI cable, remote control batteries, USB docking station, Wireless USB Adapter, detachable power cord, User Manual, and Netflix/Blockbuster promotional flyers.

Resting underneath the BDP-93 is a carrying bag and packing box.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Shown on this page is the front panel of the OPPO BDP-93. As you can see, the front panel is very sparse. This means that most of functions of this DVD player can only be accessed via the provided wireless remote control - Don't Lose it!

Starting on the far left is the on/off button.

Moving to the black panel is the LED status display LED status display.

Mounted in the center of the front panel, where you see the Blu-ray logo, is the Blu-ray Disc/DVD/CD tray, follow on the right with the tray eject button.

To the right of the loading tray and LED status display panel is a ring that contains the disc transport buttons, and, finally, on the far right (under a rubber cover that is very difficult to see) is a front mounted USB 2.0 port (a second USB port is located on the rear of the unit). The USB port allows access to video, image, and music files stored on a flash drive or iPod.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear View

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear View
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear View. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the rear panel of the BDP-B3 Blu-ray player. On the left and center of the rear panel are the abundant video and audio connections, and, on the far right is the AC power input (removable power cord provided). 

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear Panel Connections Left

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear Panel Connections Left
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear Panel Connections Left. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Starting on the left is Ethernet (LAN) port. This allows connection to a high-speed internet router for access to Netflix, Blockbuster, PC media files, Profile 2.0 (BD-Live) content associated with some Blu-ray Discs and direct download of firmware updates.

Next is the HDMI 2 connection. This connection is 3D compatible, but does not take advantage of the QDEO video processor for DVD upscaling. DVD Upscaling and video processing chip for the HDMI 2 output is provided by Mediatek.

Moving to the right are two analog video output options. The yellow connection is the Composite, or standard analog video output. The other output option shown is Component Video output. This output consists of Red, Green, and Blue connectors. These connectors plug into the same type of connectors on a TV, Video Projector, or AV receiver. It is important to note that only standard definition video signals can output from these connections.

Next is the IR in connection. This allows more efficient integration with a central IR-based remote control system.

Moving further right is one of the two USB 2.0 ports on the BDP-93 (the other is on the front panel). This allows connection to the provided USB Dock, that can be used to connect the Wireless Internet USB Adapter, USB flash drive, external hard drive, or iPod with audio, photo, or video files.

Next us the eSATA connection. This is for connecting an eSATA compliant external hard drive for access media files.

Next is the HDMI 1 output. This is the primary audio/video output for the BDP-93. This output is both 2D and 3D compliant, and also takes advantage of the onboard QDEO video processor for DVD upscaling.

Continuing to move right are the Digital Coaxial and Digital Optical audio connections. Either connection can be used, depending on your receiver. However, if your receiver has 5.1/7.1 channel analog inputs (shown in the next photo) or HDMI audio access, that is preferred.

Finally, on the far right of this photo is the an RS232 connection. This connection option is provided for full control integration in custom-installed home theater installations.

More Info on HDMI

HDMI allows you to access the 720p, 1080i, 1080p upscaled images from standard commercial DVDs. In addition, the HDMI connection passes both Audio and Video. This means on TVs with HDMI connections, you only need one cable to pass both audio and video to the television, or through an HDMI receiver with both HDMI video and audio accessibility. If your TV has a DVI-HDCP input instead of HDMI, you can use an HDMI to DVI Adapter cable to connect the BDP-93 to the DVI-equipped HDTV, however, DVI only passes video, a second connection for audio is needed.

It is important to note that if you have an HDTV, do not use the composite video output. Also although the component video connections can output progressive scan video, they can only output upscaled video for non-commercial home-recorded DVDs. Only use the component video connections if you do not have a DVI or HDMI input on your TV. If your TV does not have DVI, HDMI, or Component video input connection options, then you will not be able to view video content from Blu-ray Discs in its high definition form. It would not be justified to purchase a Blu-ray Disc player in this case.

Remote control functions are also accessible via HDMI with components that comply with the HDMI-CEC standard.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Multi-Channel Analog Outputs

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Multi-Channel Analog Outputs
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Multi-Channel Analog Outputs. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Shown in this photo is a close-up of the 5.1/7.1 Channel analog audio outputs of the BDP-93, which are located on right of center of the rear connection panel.

These connections allow access to the internal Dolby (TrueHD, Digital) and DTS (HD Master Audio, Core) surround sound decoders and multi-channel uncompressed PCM audio output of the BDP-93. This is useful when you have a home theater receiver that does not have digital optical/coaxial or HDMI audio input access, but can accommodate either 5.1 or 7.1 channel analog audio input signals.

Also, the FR (red) and FL (white) can also be used for two-channel analog audio playback. This is provided not only for those that do not have surround sound capable home theater receivers, but for those that prefer a good quality 2-channel audio output option when playing standard music CDs.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View Open

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View Open
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Front View Open. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Pictured on this page is a photo of the inside workings of the BDP-93, as seen from the front of the player. Without getting into technical specifics, on the far left side of the photo, is the Power Supply section. Just to right is the Blu-ray Disc/DVD/CD disc drive. The board located behind power supply is the analog audio board. Moving right, upside down "L" shaped board is the maing A/V processing board.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear View Open

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear View Open
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Rear View Open. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Pictured on this page is a photo of the inside workings of the BDP-93, as seen from the rear of the player. Without getting into technical specifics, on the far right side of the photo, is the Power Supply section. Just to the left is the Blu-ray Disc/DVD/CD disc drive. The main "L" shaped board shown which houses the main digital audio processing and video decoding circuitry. Lastly, to the right of the main board is the analog audio processing board.

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OPPO BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Marvell Kyoto-G2 Qdeo Video Processing Chip

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Marvell Kyoto-G2 Qdeo Video Processing Chip
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Marvell Kyoto-G2 Qdeo Video Processing Chip. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a close up look at the primary video scaling and processing chip for the BDP-93. This chip is a Marvell Kyoto-G2 Qdeo 88DE2750.

It is important to note that this chip processes video signals that are passed through the BDP-93's HDMI 1 output. Signals passed through the HDMI 2 output are processed by an onboard OPPO video scaling chip.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Remote Control

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Remote Control
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Remote Control. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Pictured on this page is a close-up view of the wireless remote control for the OPPO BDP-93. The layout is very typical, with the most common functions laid out on the top, the onscreen menu setup and navigation system controls in the center, and the transport control (Play, Pause, FF, RW, Stop) and lesser used functions located on the bottom. The remote control also has a backlight function that makes the buttons visible in a darkened room.

Also, it is important to note that since very few functions can be accessed on the DVD player itself, don't lose the remote.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Home Menu

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Home Menu
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Home Menu. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a photo example of the onscreen menu system. The photo shows the main Home Menu page. This menu is accessible via the Home button on the remote control. As you can see, there are several categories that direct the user to more extensive sub-menus.

The Music Menu is for accessing music files stored on discs, flash drives, or home network.

The Photo Menu is for accessing image files stored on discs, flash drives, or home network.

The Movie Menu is for accessing movie files stored on discs, flash drives, or home network.

My Network is for establishing and maintaining the BDP-93's connectivity other devices (such as a PC, network media player, or media server) that is on the home network.

Netflix and Blockbuster give you direct access to those services, provided the BdP-93 is connected to the internet via a home network and you are a subscriber to those services.

Internet also gives you access to Netflix and Blockbuster, but will also provide access to addition internet content services that may be added in the future via firmware updates.

The Setup Menu accesses all other functions of the BDP-93, including video and audio settings. It is important to note that the Setup Menu can also be accessed directly via the clicking on the Setup button the remote control.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Playback Menu

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Playback Menu
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Playback Menu. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

This photo shows the selections within the Playback Setup Menu category.

1. SACD Priority: SACD (Super Audio CD) discs are playbable on the BDP-93. The SACD Priority function allows the user to tell the player which layer of the SACD should be access when the disc is inserted. The choices are: Multi-channel, Stereo, or CD layer.

2. DVD-Audio Mode: Sets the BDP-80 to play either the DVD-Audio layer or the Video with Dolby Digtial or DTS Audio layer of a DVD-Audio disc.

3. Auto Play Mode: If set to "On" This function allows the user to tell the BDP-93 to either start playing an SACD or CD automatically when the disc in inserted. If the Auto Play Mode is set to "off", the user must press "Play" on the player or the remote control to start SACD or CD playback.

4. Auto Resume: If set to "On" a disc will play back where you left off if you have stopped the disc or have removed the disc from the player without a complete viewing. If set to "Off" the disc will always start at the beginning of the disc when play is pressed or the disc is inserted.

5. PBC: Allows the user to enable or disable Play Back Control on discs that use a Play Back Control menu system (very rare).

6. Parental Control: Allows user to set allowable ratings (G,PG,PG-13,R, etc...) indepently for Blu-ray and DVD disc contents, as well as setting the Area Code the player is located in and Paasword Access and Change functions that allow user to change rating access.

7. Language: This category leads to a submenu that allows you to set your lanuage preferences: Player language, Disc menu language, Audio language, Subtitle language.

For more specific on the Playback Setup menu categories and sub-menu settings, refer to Pages 47 to 51 in the OPPO BDP-93 User Manual.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Video Set

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Video Set
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Video Set. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Video Setup Menu of the BDP-93.

1. Picture Adjustment: This category provides access to a picture adjustment submenu (see supplementary photo) The setting options include: Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation, Sharpness, Noise Reduction, and Contrast Enhancement. These settings will overide the picture adjustment settings provided on your TV. For a detailed explanation on how to use each setting, refer to Pages 55 - 58 of the OPPO BDP-93 User Manual.

2. Primary Output: If you are using an HDTV with an HDMI input, either HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 as the priority output. If your TV does not have an HDMI input, select Analog as the primary output.

3. 3D Mode: Auto allows the BDP-93 to automatically sets the 3D mode by detecting whether it is connected to a 3D TV. If connected to a 3D TV, the 3D function is enabled. If connected to a 2D TV, the signal sent will be 2D. OFF is used if the user desires to view a 3D Blu-ray Disc in 2D on a 3D TV. This comes in handy if there are not enough 3D glasses available for the number of viewers.

NOTE: The BDP-93 dos not convert 2D to 3D. To access 3D, an offical 3D Blu-ray Disc must be inserted into the player. A limited number of 3D TVs have the capability of performing real time 2D/3D conversion, but keep mind that is not the same as viewing 3D-encoded content.

4. TV Size: Allows you to input your TV's screen size. This helps to optimize the 3D signal to minimize 3D artifacts (crosstalk, ghosting).

5. TV Aspect Ratio This determines how widescreen content is displayed on a TV:

4:3 Letterbox: - If you have a 4x3 Aspect Ratio TV, select 4:3 Letterbox. This setting will display 4:3 content in full screen and widescreen content with black bars on the top and bottom of the image.

4:3 Pan & Scan - Do not use the 4:3 Pan&Scan setting unless you are viewing only 4:3 content exclusively, as widescreen content will be stretched vertically to fill the screen.

16:9 Wide - On a 16:9 TV, the 16:9 Wide setting will display widescreen images properly, but stretch out 4:3 image content horizontally to fill the screen.

16:9 Wide/Auto - On 16:9 TVs, the 16:9 Wide setting will display both widescreen and 4:3 images properly. The 4:3 images will have black bars on the left and right side of the image.

6. TV System: This chooses the signal output for your TV, based on whether disc content is in the NTSC or PAL system. If the TV is NTSC-based, choose NTSC. If the TV is PAL-based, choose PAL. If the TV is both NTSC and PAL compatible, then choose Multi-system.

7. Output Resolution: This allows the user to choose the output resolution for both Blu-ray and DVD that most closely matches the native resolution of the TV being used with the BDP-93.

8. 1080p/24 Output: If you have an HDTV that is 1080p/24 compatible, you can activate this setting.

There are additional menu categories below the scroll that are not shown in this photo. For a complete rundown on both the above categories and those not shown in the Video Setup Menu, refer to Pages 50 - 59 in the OPPO BDP-93 User Manual.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Picture Mode Settings - HDMI 1

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Picture Mode Settings - HDMI 1
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Picture Mode Settings - HDMI 1. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Picture Mode Settings Menu for the HDMI 1 output. This is the output that is associated with the main Marvell Kyoto-G2 Qdeo 88DE2750 video processing chip.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Picture Mode Settings - HDMI 2

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Picture Mode Settings - HDMI 2
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Picture Mode Settings - HDMI 2. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Picture Mode Settings for the HDMI 2 and Component Video Outputs. These settings are associated with the OPPO/Mediatek video processing chip. Note that extra settings for Color Enhancement and Contrast Enhancement are not included for the HDMI 2 and Component Video outputs

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Display Options Menu

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Display Options Menu
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Display Options Menu. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Display Options Menu.

1. Subtitle Shift: Allows repositioning of subtitles as desired.

2. OSD Position: Allows repositioning of the Onscreen Display Menu.

3. OSD Mode: Allows the user to set how long the Onscreen Display Menu appears on the screen when activated.

4. Angle Mark: The angle mark alers the user if an alternate camera view for a specific scene is available on a a DVD or Blu-ray disc. This function enables the user to allow or remove the angle mark indicator display (camera icon) on the screen when watching a DVD or Blu-ray Disc movie.

5. PIP Mark: The PIP mark is an onscreen icon that alerts the user when PIP content is present on Blu-ray discs. This function enables the user to allow or remove the PIP mark while watching the movie.

6. SAP Mark: The SAP mark is an onscreen indicator that alerts the user when a secondary audio segment, such as commentary or comment, is available on a specific scene on a Blu-ray Disc. This function enables the user to allow or remove the SAP mark while watching the movie.

Two other options that are not shown in this photo are the Screen Save On/Off function and the Energy Saver function which turns off the video output signal after 3 minutes of inactivity.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Audio Format Setup

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Audio Format Setup
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Audio Format Setup. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Shown on this page is the Audio Format Setup Menu for the OPPO BDP-93.

1. Secondary Audio: Blu-ray Disc often contain commentary audio as a separate soundtrack. When using the "On" setting, the secondary audio track is mixed into the main soundtrack so both can be heard. If you do this, the combined audio soundtrack output is converted to standard Dolby Digital or DTS output.

This is necessary due to the extra bandwidth required when access both soundtracks simultaneously. On the other hand, if you set the secondary audio setting to "Off" you will not be able to access the secondary audio program, but you will be able to access full resolution Dolby TrueHD/DTS-HD audio from the main program.

2. HDMI Audio: This function allows the user to tell the BDP-93 how to output audio using the HDMI output depending on what type of home theater receiver is being used.

Select the Auto Setting if you want the BDP-93 to automatically detect which audio format to output based on the HDMI device it is connected to.

Select the LPCM setting if your home theater receiver does not have built-in decoders for Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio. In this case the OPPO BDP-93 will decode all surround sound formats and output it as Ucompressed PCM.

Select the Bitstream setting if your home theater receiver has the ability to decode all surround sound formats via HDMI. In this case, the OPPO BDP-93 outputs all Dolby and DTS related signals as an undecoded bitstream, allowing your receiver to do the decoding, if so equipped.

Note: There is no perceptible difference in audio quality whether you have OPPO BDP-93 or a Home Theater Receiver do the audio decoding.

Select Off if you do not want to output audio via the HDMI connection. Use this setting if your home theater receiver does not have ability to access audio via the HDMI connection. In this case, you must use standard Digital Optical/Coaxial, or analog audio outputs between the OPPO BDP-93 and a Home Theater Receiver. In this case, you will only be able to access standard Dolby Digital or DTS signals, but if your receiver has a set of analog multi-channel 5.1/7.1 inputs, you will still be able to access uncompressed PCM from the BDP-93.

3. Coaxial/Optical Output: If you are using either a digital optical or digital coaxial output (instead of HDMI or multi-channel analog), this option determines what type of audio signal you want to send to your home theater receiver.

If you choose LPCM, you will access an uncompressed PCM signal. However, since uncompressed PCM takes up a lot of bandwidth, it is limited to two channels over a digital optical/coaxial audio connection.

On the other hand, if you choose Bitstream, the BDP-93 will output an undecoded Dolby Digital or DTS signal via the digital optical/coaxial output and allow your home theater receiver to decode the signal into its proper surround sound placement.

4. LPCM Rate Limit: This option allows the user to set the output sampling rate and frequency when using the LPCM output setting over the digital optical/coaxial output, depending on the capabilities of the connected home theater receiver.

5. SACD Output: Sets the output of the SACD signal to either PCM or DSD, depending on the other capabilities of the home theater receiver or amplifier being used.

6. HDCD Decoding: Many CDs are HDCD encoded, which provides a wider dynamic range and higher audio resolution. If you want to access these features, select "On". If not, select "Off". It is important to note that HDCDs can play back on any CD player.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Audio Processing Setup

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Audio Processing Setup
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Audio Processing Setup. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Audio Processing Menu for the OPPO Digital BDP-93.

As you can see there are three selections:

Speaker Configuration: This option takes the user to another submenu that provides for designating the speaker size, speaker distance, and speaker output level when using the 5.1 or 7.1 channel analog audio outputs instead of HDMI, Digital Optical, or Digital Coaxial audio output options. See supplementary photo for a look at this sub-menu.

Crossover Frequency: The option regulates the Bass Management system for all speakers. If speaker size is set to "Small" in the Speaker Configuration sub-menu, the crossover frequency for each speakers can be set. Frequencies below the crossover points are sent to the subwoofer channel. The available crossover frequency settings are: 40/60/80/90/110/120/150/200/250 Hz.

Dynamic Range Control: This option allows the user to set the volume distance between the loudest and softest portions of a soundtrack. In other words, if the dialog is to soft and the explosions are too loud, this control evens out the sound by increasing what is too low and decreasing what is to high. However, this also changes the natural character of the soundtrack.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Analog Output Speaker Configuration

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Analog Output Speaker Configuration
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Analog Output Speaker Configuration. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Speaker Configuration Setup Sub-menu. This option provides for designation of which speakers are active and the speaker size when using the 5.1 or 7.1 channel analog audio outputs instead of HDMI, Digital Optical, or Digital Coaxial audio output options.

In other words, if you have the Blu-ray Disc player connected to a home theater receiver using 5.1 or 7.1 channel analog inputs, you can use this menu to test that the audio signals from the Blu-ray Disc player are being routed through receiver to the speakers via a Built-in Test Tone. You can also set the subwoofer crossover point to better match the subwoofer signal output with the rest of the 5.1 or 7.1 channel outputs.

However, it must be noted that speaker distance information and speaker output levels cannot be adjusted. Those adjustments would need to be made on the home theater receiver.

It would have been nice to be able to set speaker size, speaker distance, and speaker output level so that no further settings need to be made on the Home Theater Receiver.

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OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Internet Menu

OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Internet Menu
OPPO Digital BDP-93 Blu-ray Player - Internet Menu. Photo (c) Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the Internet Menu for the BDP-93. Access is provided to Netflix and BLOCKBUSTER On Demand streaming services. Additional content services can be added via periodic downloadable firmware updates. For example, since this photo was taken, Picasa has been added as a selection option.

Final Take:

The BDP-93 Blu-ray Player is easy to set up and use, and both video and audio performance is excellent. The BDP-93 is compatible with both 3D and 2D Blu-ray Discs, as well as DVDs, SACD/DVD-Audio/CD/CDR/RW discs. I did not sense any audio or video shortcomings that could be attributed to the BDP-93.

Another practical feature is that unlike many Profile 2.0 (BD-Live) capable Blu-ray disc players, the BDP-93 does not require the addition of external memory to access BD-Live functions, unless additional memory is desired by the user.

Two misgivings I have about the BDP-93 is the limited number of Internet Streaming options provided, and the lack of iPod plug-and-play compatibility.

On the other hand, OPPO once again has succeeded in delivering a true reference-quality Blu-ray Disc Player, this time with both 2D and 3D content, but the price is a little higher than many players currently available. However, if you are looking for a Blu-ray Disc player that offers excellent quality and flexibility for Blu-ray, DVD, CD, DVD-Audio, and SACD, then the OPPO BDP-93 might be just the ticket. I highly recommend that you put it on your consideration list.

For additional perspective on the OPPO BDP-93, also check out my supplementary Review and Video Performance Text Results.