The UDP-203 features a handsome, black brushed-aluminum faceplate with an LCD status display right below the disc tray. A front USB 2.0 port provides easy access for files stored on mass storage devices, including 60 frame-per-second 2160p video. You’ll also find a complete set of transport controls here (play, pause, stop, track forward, and track back) that can also be used to navigate menus.
There are two USB 3.0 ports on the rear panel, along with eight RCA jacks so you can deliver analog stereo or surround sound to an older A/V receiver or amplifier that doesn’t support HDMI (or if you think the Oppo’s DAC sounds better than what’s on your current gear). Oppo also provides optical and coaxial S/PDIF outputs. If you’ll be making more modern connection, there’s HDMI Out (audio and video), audio-only HDMI Out (for audio equipment that supports HDMI, but not HDCP 2.2), and even an HDMI in (for reasons we’ll get into later). There’s really nothing out there that the UHD-203 won’t send an audio signal to.
- Reference Quality Video with HDR & Dolby Vision
- Lossless, High-Resolution Audio
- UHD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, SACD, DVD, and CD
The New Standard in Home Theater
- The OPPO UDP-203 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player provides an unmatched A/V experience to home theater enthusiasts. Drawing from over a decade’s worth of experience in advanced image processing technology and high fidelity audio performance, the UDP-203 is the ideal source to complete the ultimate home theater and sound room.
- The UDP-203 is a hefty player whose size and weight is what I’d expect from a higher quality component. Its approximately 17” width will fill the full rack or shelf space and it’s sturdy enough to allow the stacking of other components since there are no vents on top. In fact, the OPPO’s depth is greater than some A/V receivers I’ve encountered. To prevent overheating your components, please don’t stack this player over the ventilation holes of a cable box, receiver, or pre amp. At a weight of 10lbs with its solid metal chassis, you’d probably feel confident putting this player at the bottom of a stack, even though I wouldn’t. Components, especially optical players, deserve their own shelves isolated from vibration.
- The player has an attractive brushed aluminum face plate with the disc drawer and LCD readout in the center. There seems to be a trend lately to put buttons on top of components and make them feather-touch sensitive. Not so here. OPPO sticks with the classic, tried and true front panel access with seven essential push buttons.
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