|The Oppo BDP-93 Gets Official Specs|
|Home Theater News Blu-ray Hardware News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Friday, 12 November 2010|
Oppo's new Blu-ray player was a few months back and while we had plenty of information, there was still a lot lacking. The rest of the details have been filled in now that Oppo has released full details on the BDP-93.
The new player will handle just about anything you throw at it. It can play back Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D discs and scales DVDs on up to 1080p. You can even play back your SACD and DVD-Audio discs and a wide array of digital file formats including MKV, DivX, FLAC and WAV.
The BDP-93 packs a Marvell Kyoto-G2 video processor with Qdeo technology. This noise and artifact free processing also enables 1080p output at 24, 50 or 60Hz. Oppo packed two HDMI outputs for those that want the option and include a source direct mode that allows you to use an external processor instead of the one inside the player.
Oppo's player decodes Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio and supports bit-stream output through HDMI for both. You can also utilize the 7.1 channel audio outputs on the back of the player for full surround sound or down-mix to two channels for stereo.
No release date has yet been given for the BDP-93, but it's going for $499 when it does come out.