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In addition, if you looking for PC Blu-ray disc drives, check out some of our suggestions Although 4K is making inroads in the internet streaming landscape, due to factors such as video compression and available broadband speeds definitely affects the quality of a streamed 4K signal. Although the OPPO Digital UDP-203 is not first Ultra HD Blu-ray player to come to market, it has made its mark as possibly the best player to date.To start, the UDP-203 provides comprehensive disc playback, including Ultra HD Blu-ray, Standard 2D/3D Blu-ray, DVD, CD, SACD, and DVD-Audio.
Sony had postponed the release date of this player several times and it was released on December 4, 2006.In terms of Ultra HD Blu-ray playback, out of the box, the UDP-203 is compatible with HDR10-encoded discs and is one of the few players that is Dolby Vision HDR upgradable via firmware update, which will be available once Dolby Vision-encoded discs become available.Also, for TVs that are not HDR compatible, the 203 has a setting that will strip out the HDR encoding on playback so that you can still access the 4K resolution portion of the disc information.This is in addition to the already known new features such as external HDD support, 3D Blu-Ray support for PS VR and custom wallpapers.UPDATE ONE 6.30pm March 7: The PS4 4.50 update has not gone live as of yet today - but could still happen this week.A Reddit leak suggested the highly anticipated patch, which brings with it external HDD support, would go live today.
And while that so far has not happened VG 24/7 said a release for the PS4 4.50 update could happen either today or on Wednesday March 8.
On the audio side, UDP-203 can perform both pass-through and decoding of most Dolby and DTS formats, and can also pass-through Dolby Atmos and DTS: X formats to a compatible home theater receiver for further decoding.
The UDP-203 also provides extensive connectivity, including two HDMI outputs (one for video/audio and another for audio only), as well as both digital optical/coaxial, and 7.1 channel analog audio outputs for those that prefer using the 203's internal audio processing.
The player has received firmware updates since its release, the most recent one being released in 2012.
The Sony BDP-S1 does not come with a built-in ethernet or Wi-Fi connection, therefore it has no online capabilities.
However, firmware upgrades may be applied by downloading the upgrade and burning them onto a recordable or rewritable DVD and loading it on the player.