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Wanted Bluray player

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Audiolab 6000A Amplifier
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Budget upto max 50k

Would prefer new or NOS.

Multi region preferred.

But open to a sparingly used one as well.

Thank you.
 

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What’s the pricing for the Oppo 203? Anyone have any idea?
 
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Oh boy those are some serious ridiculous prices in India :rolleyes:
 

efernand1

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When Oppo 203 launched, it was priced at 74999 officially on their website......
 

arunkvivek

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Oppo 203 has an awesome DAC. I use it as my network media player. I wish it had a few apps and solved the problem of lack of an android box. I connect NUC to Oppo via HDMI in for addressing this concern. I have witnessed a few blu-ray players which stutter during demo. Not Oppo. It is built to last.
Unfortunately with Oppo stopping production, it might not be a good investment to make.
 

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Hello,
I have been using Oppo BDP-95 for the last several years and it is a great universal player. Very recently I have placed an order for Oppo UDP-205, their flagship player, notwithstanding their closing operation in the USA. Oppo would be still be around for at-least 3 years just for servicing their products. If somebody wants to buy a Oppo product it should not be an issue given their established product quality and customer service.
Thanks.
 
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The only problem is the BDP will be in my tv room. My music is in my living room where I plan to have a CD player. So basically I can’t use the BDP Oppo as my CD player for music in the living room. Otherwise if it would been only in one place then yes, the 203 would have made sense as a BDP , a streamer and a CD player.
 

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Celester340- You could work around this location issue. Here is one way to do it.
1. If your receiver supports multi-room feature then you need extra length of speaker cable to connect your receiver to the speakers located in the living room. Since it is music I assume that you would be listening to a 2 channel system and any AVR which supports multi-room will have additional speaker terminals for at-least 2 speakers.
2. If you are using separates and your current amplifier has two unused channels then the solution is the same as above. Use the two unused channels in the amplifier to power the two speakers, located in the living room with long speaker cables.
3. If your amplifier doesn't have any unused channels then you have to buy a 2 channel amplifier which involves additional cost and is not obviously a preferred approach.
Thanks.
 
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Thanks sir for the detailed reply. I'm awaiting prices for the 203 and then will sit and rack my head about how to go about getting this done.

Thanks again!
 

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@ Celester340

Multi room will be something like this and your Yamaha does support it....

The challenge is that all your sources will be connected in the HT room (Main Room as per image) and your hall (Sub Zone) with the Stereo speakers will practically have only the speakers and nothing else.....

Unless you will be using / streaming music from your phone / ipad to the AVR...(depends on range and distance between HT & Hall), it may not be a viable solution....

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