The OPPO 203 Signature 4K Blu-ray player sets a new benchmark in the world of Ultra-High definition playback for home cinema systems.
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OPPO UDP-203 Audiocom signature is a world reference native 4K UHD Blu-ray player capable of remarkable picture quality with stunning digital audio from movies and music delivering the ultimate home cinema experience. The UDP-203 Signature extracts the full measure of performance from video, HDMI digital audio (including optical and coaxial outputs), as well as delivering superb sound quality from analogue audio.
There are several reasons why the 203 signature pushes the technology above any other 4K UHD native universal Blu-ray player. There is absolutely no compromise made in the quality of components and design, all units are meticulously assembled for the best possible performance.
Custom Low Noise Linear Power Supply: Ordinarily Blu-ray player’s use switch mode power supplies (SMPS). The switching from these power supplies introduce noise which inevitably is introduced to the circuitry. Due to the high frequency switching of these supplies they also create RFI which in turn affects the video and audio signal.
In contrast the 203 signature utilizes a top-end linear power supply with multiple regulated supplies; these regulators are specially selected for their low noise performance to delivery quiet, clean power to the circuitry. The benefit is a significant improvement in all spectrum of the players performance. For video, there is greater detail, truer colours, a more dynamic contrast, improved image stability, and better depth. Digital and analogue audio is also notably improved with better timing, increased resolution, greater depth, and improved sound-stage.
Femtosecond Reference System Clock: The main board in the UDP-203 uses a system clock to generate multiple clock signals for audio and video. The clock jitter is typically 100-300 picoseconds which reduces the quality of performance. In the 203 signature we utilize a custom, very low jitter clock for the OP8591 System on Chip. The Reference clock achieves the highest level of accuracy and has a measured jitter performance of 77 Femtoseconds (0.077 Picoseconds - RMS: 100 Hz to 100 KHz) and +/- 0.5ppm stability, amongst the lowest jitter in the industry. As a result, the playback of video and audio is more natural with a cleaner, better defined image. Digital and analogue sound is more dynamic, detailed and coherent.
Custom, Precision CNC Parts: When a Blu-ray or SACD disc is played the high speed can cause unwanted vibrations and reduced disc read accuracy. Our newly designed 4K disc transport modifications use custom made, precision CNC parts to replace mechanical components in the drive with highly precise and extremely rigid materials. This ensures rigid disc clamping and resonance control, providing the highest level of data retrieval and lowest jitter.
Active AC Noise Reduction: In conventional audio/video equipment a traditional mains filter is used and while the better quality filters remove a degree of noise they are inadequate, often introducing negative effects. For the 203 signature we utilize two different types of unconventional solutions that remove noise and provide uninhibited current flow. The benefits are a picture quality that is more immersive and palpable. The sound has an enhanced perception of space and dimensionality, with improved coherence and naturalness.
Active EMI/RFI Noise Reduction and Damping. : The operating conditions of video and audio are much improved when they can work in quiet environment. Inside any Blu-ray player the video processing generates its own noise as well as succumbing to external noise which can affect the players overall performance. To achieve the quietest electrical conditions, in the 203 signature we use materials to shield and absorb the unwanted EMI/RFI and mechanical energy to achieve constantly the best performance regardless of the surroundings.
■ Multi-Zone Blu-ray & Region Free DVD
■ 2-Year Approved warranty.
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