Oppo BDP-103 Blu-ray 3D Player Video Test Bench

Video Test Bench

The BDP-103 passed all of our standard video tests (3:2 HD, 2:2 HD, MA HD—1080i in to 1080p out; 3:2 SD, 2:2 SD, MA SD—480i in to 1080p out; and Video Clipping, Luma Resolution, Chroma Resolution, and 3D passthrough—1080p in to 1080p out).—DV

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danjw1's picture

I haven't seen any update on the Roku stick, is that still coming?

David Vaughn's picture
I'm still waiting for a stick to arrive from Roku. Once I have it I'll be sure to update the review to reflect my thoughts on the compatibility.
danjw1's picture


kent harrison's picture

The last three years,they are number one bluray player out there,I have bdp-083 its still the best player in my house and i will get 103 sometime 2013.

Avplayer's picture

I just purchased the bdp-103 and love it. My question is what is the preferred conection. I have a pioneer elite sc-55 and a Panasonic st50 65". Do i connect it toy receiver or do i go from hdmi 1 straight to my tv and hdmi 2 to my receiver? Thanx

catman's picture

First love the 103, But have to run the volume level at and around + 80-90 to watch movies (streaming) to get enough sound for the movie, Doesn't seem right! Have a 5.1 system 2 subs and running analog cables directly to the Rotel amp which puts out 100 watts per channel.
Any answers to help with this would nice, thanks

zilla's picture

Same problem as Catman:
BD-103 analog(ue)! sounds powerful going into NAD T753 integrated.
Going straight into Acurus 200Five ( more power) it does not reach the same volume levels. Is it a weak(relatively) pre-amp or just a bad match for the Acurus? Do I need a preamp for it? OPPO tech support says it CAN be used as a preamp, but you SHOULD use a separate pre-amp.

zilla's picture

Raise all speaker trim to +10db. OPPO recommends this for the sub, and adding it to the mains opens the whole thing up. Higher Fidelity and plenty volume - now 80 is absolute ceiling!