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    Oppo BDT-101CI Blu-ray Transport

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    Did you know that Oppo currently has a third Blu-ray player? I didn't, so here's the scoop.

    Oppo is calling the BDT-101CI a Blu-ray transport. OK, but how is it different from the BDP-103/D and BDP-105/D?

    The BDT-101CI focuses 100% of its processing power on disc playback. This means it doesn't have the integrated streaming services built into the unit, which you most likely have available from other devices.

    Here is the BDT-101CI's feature set:

    • Universal disc format support including Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D1, DVD, DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD, CD, HDCD and more
    • Upscaling to Ultra HD (4K) resolution
    • VRS® (Video Reference Series) ClearView™ video processing
    • Dolby® TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus decoding
    • DTS-HD Master Audio™ decoding
    • Bitstream output compatible with Dolby Atmos and DTS-X
    • Three USB ports for playback of media files2 (AVCHD, MKV, AVI, MP4, WAV, FLAC, APE, DSD, etc.)
    • Ethernet port for BD-Live, firmware upgrade and home network media file playback
    • True 24p™ video for Blu-ray encoded in 24Hz frame rate and optional conversion of DVD to 24p
    • Multiple zoom modes
    • Advanced picture control including video smoothing, detail and edge enhancement
    • Premium 32-bit audio DAC by AKM
    • Optical and coaxial digital audio outputs
    • Rigid steel chassis and center mounted disc loader with motion balance and vibration isolating mechanisms
    • Back-lit remote control

    This player is also geared to and available only through a custom installer. That being said, Oppo lists the following features that are more in line with that type of installation.

    • Versatile modular design with many customized options
    • One or two HDMI outputs via the additional HDMI output module
    • Optional HDBaseT output module for long cable runs
    • Stereo or optional 7.1ch analog audio output module
    • Optional rack mount kit
    • Large front panel buttons with finger guards
    • RS232 and IP control for system integration
    • Switchable rear IR sensor for a clean IR blaster/emitter installation
    • HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)
    • Three customizable picture adjustment presets
    • Settings can be locked to prevent inadvertent changes

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    If you are interested in reading more about the specific differences between this and the other Oppo Blu-ray players, visit OPPO Digital - Knowledge Base

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    Senior Member David Vaughn's Avatar
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    Northern, CA

    This has been available for quite some time. Frankly, it's a brilliant idea to give custom installers a rock solid BD platform.
    David Vaughn
    Technical Writer/Blu-ray Reviewer
    Sound and Vision Magazine

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    Senior Member TrippleJ's Avatar
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    I never use the streaming services on my oppo. I use my tv to get amazon prime and netflix.
    Samsung UN75F8000 LED TV, NAD T-777 (7.2 Receiver), Oppo 103 Blu Ray Player, Sony PS4 Gaming Console, Panamax MR-5100 Surge Protection, 7 Paradigm Reference series 8" in ceiling speakers (AMS-150R) - 30 degree tilting speakers, 2 Paradigm SE Subs. Pictures here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    This has been available for quite some time. Frankly, it's a brilliant idea to give custom installers a rock solid BD platform.
    I never noticed it until a few days ago.


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