Talk:BDP-83 is locked to registered users only until further notice due to the amount of spam this Entry receives. Nathaniel Plain 17:24, 22 June 2010
The Table at the end is a little messy, someone should take a moment to fix it, I don't have time at the moment.DavidWatson 23:08, 1 September 2009 (UTC)
David - If you were referring to how it looked visually, what do you think about the table at the end now? Turned on cell borders. --FTWMike 07:51, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
It is amazing that this player is multi voltage and plays PAL and NTSC at 50 and 60 Hz respectively. Even so, I have to ask what use that would be when the player is still region restricted. What would happen if I insert a region B Blu-ray movie? Archie Dickson, Stroudsburg PA. 13 Sept 2009.
The player can be used overseas for customers who have recently moved or want to take advantage of a film library which is not available in their region or will not be available for some time. Nathaniel Plain 14 Sept 2009
Player still have some issues playing some DVDs, with menus, etc...the first that crosses my mind, Rory Gallagher "Live in Montreux", those problems have been reported, copies of the DVDs were sent, and they were confirmed by Oppo, while the firmware was still on the beta status, apparently it has not been fixed, and the official new release still have them, and what is worst is that this problem was created by the same development team during the "upgrade" process, as the old firmware did not have them, that will be really an easy fix for them, just check what you messed up, and fix it...that is really bizarre, any idea when they will be fixing these issues???
Some discs not playing properly are due to variances in the DVD-Video authoring. In many cases using the YELLOW or the TOP MENU button will resolve these errors. In cases where it does not, you will need to wait for a future firmware release to be designed to resolve these errors. --Nathaniel Plain 18:29, 4 April 2011 (UTC)
Nathan, in this case, the player get frozen while you try to move it from the front page to any other menu, the only thing you can do is shut it down, and turn it on again, removing the disc...how we are supposed to use any button in a frozen player??? Also I'm 100% positive that it is due to variances as you stated, but it was working perfect, and still is working perfect in the prior version, so that variation was screwed up, while they changed something in the new firmware, and that menu, with variances or not, works perfect in any other DVD player I have tried it so far...as I stated this is a very easy fix, all you have to do is revert that change to the way it was before, and think how to implement any further change without screwing other things that are already working, and period...