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  1. Today I was informed by a reputable Hi-Fi dealer that Oppo is totally pulling the Sonica DAC from the market. No product will be shipped in Australia and customers overseas who are in possession of units shipped to date will be supported by future firmware updates. I am hoping that it is a big practical joke or something (already confirmed that it is not 1st April - LOL) but I have no reason to doubt this guy. So now (if this is indeed a true story) I have to decide whether or not to wait for the UDP-205 or go now with something like the Cambridge CXN. I’m not overly concerned about paying more for the 205 but am now wondering about the whole “Oppo” situation given this alleged outcome with the Sonica DAC. I have certainly read a lot of good feedback in regard to the CXN both on this forum and elsewhere. What do you guys think – go with the Cambridge CXN now or wait for the Oppo UDP-205? My primary method of playing music will be via USB connected 2TB WD portable HDD – which worked flawlessly when using my BDP-105D.
  2. Item: Oppo PM1 Headphones Location: Sydney Price: $800.00 Item Condition: Used, but they look as new. Reason for selling: Not being used. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I've had these for 18 months. I bought these from a fellow SNA member. I probably used these less than 5 hours. They are practically brand new. I have the box and balanced cables. The cables alone are worth more than $100.00 Pictures:
  3. Item: Oppo BDP 105 Darbee (AUS stock - no region mods) Location: Carlingford - Sydney Price: $950.00 posted Item Condition: Excellent, unit presents as new both cosmetically and operationally Reason for selling: UDP205 - I love the Oppo Payment Method: Pickup - COD, Paypal+fees, EFT Transfer Extra Info: Purchased new - original owner All original packaging, box, manual, remote and accessories (usb extension, USB WiFi dongle) included and all in excellent condition. Smoke and pet free home. I estimate I have played no more than 100 discs audio or video on this unit so the spinner has had a very easy life. As much information as you need online but I will add a few features that it does well: USB DAC - very good Netflix - excellent - all via it's own app Tidal - you can play tidal through the Oppo app on your tablet Streamer - it can play your network music direct if you give it access. Also can be used to rip SACDs Note my speckled rug reflects on the Oppo screen in the photos, there are no marks at all.
  4. Item: Oppo BDP 105 Darbee (AUS stock - no region mods) Location: Carlingford - Sydney Price: $950.00 posted Item Condition: Excellent, unit presents as new both cosmetically and operationally Reason for selling: UDP205 - I love the Oppo Payment Method: Pickup - COD, Paypal, EFT Transfer Extra Info: Purchased new - original owner All original packaging, box, manual, remote and accessories (usb extension, USB WiFi dongle) included and all in excellent condition. Smoke and pet free home. I estimate I have played no more than 100 discs audio or video on this unit so the spinner has had a very easy life. As much information as you need online but I will add a few features that it does well: USB DAC - very good Netflix - excellent - all via it's own app Tidal - you can play tidal through the Oppo app on your tablet Streamer - it can play your network music direct if you give it access. Also can be used to rip SACDs Note my speckled rug reflects on the Oppo screen in the photos, there are no marks at all.
  5. Item: FS: OPPO BDP-93 bluray player Location: Melbourne Price: $380 Neg Item Condition: 7/10 Reason for selling: Upgraded to 4k Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - Up for ale is my OPPO 93 blu ray player, Has worked flawlessly for the past 3 years i have owned it. -It has the multi region blu ray upgrade installed from gatti audio. -It has some light surface scratches on top of the unit (hard to pickup in the photos) -Comes with power cord, remote, Factory oppo wireless dongle, remote -Supports bluray, 3D blu ray, DVD, CD, SACD, USB -Don't have the original Box for it Pickup from Pascoe Vale 3044 ,Melbourne. Will post out for a fee interstate. Pictures:
  6. Item: Oppo UDP-203 UHD Blu Ray Player Location: Newcastle NSW Price: $600 Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: No longer hava a media room Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: As new UDP-203 UHD 4k BluRay Player now boxed up and ready to go! Receipt supplied for manufactures warranty. Pictures:
  7. Item: OPPO HA-2 portable headphone amplifier Location: Altona (VIC) Price: $300 Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: not being used Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Excellent Oppo HA-2 portable headphone earphone amplifier is for sale. See 5-star review here - https://www.whathifi.com/oppo/ha-2/review Purchased locally in Melbourne and warranty unfortunately just run out at the end of January - never had a single issue and this unit is build like a tank. Condition is excellent, was cared for when using and storing. Unit have low/high gain switch and Extra Bass switch, which is probably best bass boost I ever heard as it keeps sound still in check without just bloating everything out of proportion. Comes with original box and all original accessories extra iPhone short lightning cable. It was actually in use for about 3 months all up, 2-3 times a week for 30mins whilst commuting to CBD. After changing work and driving everyday I didn't use them for over a year now and can't really see using them again anytime soon so I might as well sell it. Local pickup from Altona (VIC) or can post in Australia. Priced to sell quick and not negotiable and also no trade ins. Pictures:
  8. OPPO 205 UHD Universal player - a 2nd coming ? an end users perspective... Oppo has some history in universal players. I remember many years ago their first dvd universal players in the country with hdmi capability in the oppo 983. And then some years ago their first blu-ray universal with a decent dac stage and analog stage with the oppo 95 which even had balanced outputs. And now with the dawn of another new format in 4k uhd blu-ray.. we have the release of their universal UHD blu-ray player in the Oppo 205. And it is an interesting piece the 205 https://www.oppodigital.com.au/products/oppo-udp-205-4k-ultra-hd-blu-ray-player-black in that it does everything the 203 does... however like the 105 prior it adds a nice dac, very decent multi channel analog stage and true balanced very excellent 2ch analog output including XLR connectivity. Unlike the 105 though and with the 203 this player drops all forms of streaming apps and such. so in essence this is now a basic media player, can be used as a dac and plays every silvery disc under the sun including the new 4k uhd discs.. I’ve been reluctant to say too much about the 205 as some will remember the diabolical time I had with the 203 which I also bought on release, and especially once compared it to the pana 900 uhd player. So is the oppo 205 a 2nd coming for me in an oppo ? . Anyways, with some trepidation I decided to check out the 205 Unpacking and getting going Now I don't know if this is typical of how oppo packages the 205 ! but mine arrived with some serious packaging ! However harder it is to break into it, I still got it quickly in the rack and hooked up and going and this pleasing without hiccup even with out off box settings ! With a couple of more pics showing in the rack, this is one meaty looking unit ! very much like the front panel with its curves, with satin sheen of brushed aluminium and nice new buttons and display it certainly looks more upmarket than the matt finished 105 this replaces,. In price too the 205 retails for around abouts $2k which is about what the 105 did as well so Oppo have done well to bring this player out for the price they have. Time to check settings in the player and there are only 3 settings I changed from out box. -Have made sure the audio is set to bitstream rather than auto as auto can give some strange results at times - Made sure that dynamic range control is set to OFF rather than auto as at no time do I want any range control kicking in to limit the audio experience. -Lastly have made sure HDMI CEC control is off which really is worth making sure as can cause some rather strange things occurring at times otherwise. Time to check a few discs... first up Mocheeba's Brixton live concert DVD, Some might probably wonder why I test a DVD ? well I still have quite a few, many concert DVDs, also many films (many foreign language) and where most have never been released on another format. And does very well with DVD I would suggest. And thats good to see as that as historically this been a strength for oppo going back many years with the players released. Next up on Blu-ray Mr and MRs smith which is a bit of a favourite for me as an audio video treat, with a bit of a busy scene and bit closer up shot with details, the oppo is doing pretty well for details, richness of colours and skin tones etc. and then on UHD blu-ray Billy Lynn Half time walk, and great to see a picture come up in loading, as this one is made in 4k high frame rate 60hz and good see coming through as intended, and a particular challenge for players, systems and cables so good vindication that all working as should Region Mod with some cursory checks done with various disc formats and with player working as should, I decided time to pull the player out the rack and install the region free kit. Why not install in the first place you ask ? Well I wanted to make sure the player works across a few disc formats before going to the trouble of installing the kit. The kit I am using is the blu-ray mod one from Gattiweb, who is local to me so easy enough to procure http://www.gattiweb.com/bluraymod.html and something i got originally for the 203 and fortunately also works with the 205 player now installation is not quite as straight forward as for the 203.... at the time I bought the 205, gatti didnt have instructions posted for installation but fortunately for some he does now... regardless sans instructions, I decided to give things a go. and gave me an opportunity to get up close and personal with the innards.... and remove the 2ch analog board, and the multi channel analog audio board, and notice the good quality Elna audio grade caps used through out. will note some even glued in... and the audio purposed analog power supplier, though I also noticed a cover which I thought to remove and guess what there is also a switch mode power supply i see under the casing ! anyways I plug the region mod in and re assemble things. I can tell you this much I have NEVER had to remove SO many screws to ever do something like this before. And something quite frankly I wouldn't suggest anyone attempt unless technically inclined. Great that gatti has instructions to actual install these days but if I were you i would take up his service to also install for you. which he is generally quite reasonable for. Alternatively consider the JVB digital external mod, http://www.jvbdigital.nl/jvb.asp?cur=2&level=modifications&page=title&title=1285 this just plugs in the back port on the machine. I personally didnt want anything hanging off the machine but if want to save yourself a lot of bother this external kit might be for you. In anycase testing the region mod i found it to work pretty well and exactly as per the Gatti provided operating instructions with region selection for blu-ray via key sequence on the remote. and the mod making the blu-ray region selectable UHD blu-ray itself is region free by nature in discs we buy so of course the mod is not needed for playing any of the discs. Region free for DVD is important for me as have quite a few overseas sourced discs over the years e.g. foreign films, concerts movies (not related in our region) etc that its handy to be able to just pop in the player and hit play not worrying about region restrictions. Similarly with blu-ray often I've purchased from overseas where discs are locked to those regions and even more so these days where buying a 4K UHD from over seas and it comes with a blu-ray disc also packaged in that happens to be region locked. Pleased to have this capability to play the various discs I have. So what is it like in use ? part 2 awaits ....
  9. Item: Oppo UDP203 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Location: 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove Price: $525 (RRP $950) Item Condition: Excellent (As new) Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer Extra Info: We have a current model Oppo UDP203 in carton, used but presents as new From Oppo's website: "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 imaging processing technology and high fidelity audio performance, the UDP-203 is the ideal source to complete the ultimate home theater and sound room. " Other notable features... Advanced Image Processing Technology With over a decade of experience developing high-end DVD and Blu-ray players, OPPO has once again teamed with MediaTek to produce and manufacture a specialized 4K UHD Blu-ray decoder SoC OP8591, which offers the most advanced image decoding and processing technology available for UHD Blu-ray,Blu-ray,DVD and user generated media formats. High Quality Parts The UDP-203 features a premium 32-bit DAC AKM4458, which is an 8-channel DAC with support for formats such as 192 kHz/32-bit PCM and multi-channel DSD64/128. Custom-Made 4K Loader The UDP-203's disc loader features an optimized laser mechanism to ensure super fast disc loading, compatibility with a wide range of optical media, and strong error detection and correction to ensure error free physical media playback. 4K UHD Blu-ray and Media Playback The UDP-203 is capable of playing the new 4K UHD Blu-ray discs as well as 4K media files and user generated content. Support for decoding the HEVC, H.264, VP9 4K, and Hi10P video codecs, providing increased compatibility with user generated media. HDR and HDR to SDR Conversion One of the more exciting elements of the new 4K UHD format is the inclusion of high-dynamic range (HDR) video and an expanded color range, allowing for more natural and true-to-life colors. The UDP-203 supports the HDR10 format, and it is also capable of providing an accurate conversion from HDR to SDR for older displays. The UDP-203 also supports Dolby Vision. Lossless High-resolution Audio Audio format support has been expanded to multi-channel DSD64/128, as well as 192kHz/24-bit PCM used in high-resolution lossless formats such AIFF, ALAC, APE, FLAC and WAV. Support for the Latest Surround Formats In addition to supporting the Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio surround formats, the UDP-203 supports bitstreaming the latest object-based surround formats, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. These new formats add overhead sound effects to create a greater impression of 3D-dimensionality. 7.1-Channel Analogue Output To ensure compatibility with older amplifiers, pre-amps, and receivers that do not support HDMI, the UDP-203 retains a 7.1 multi-channel analog output section, which delivers an incredible sound stage and an immersive surround experience. High Quality Metal Construction UDP-203 features a brushed aluminum front panel, exquisite steel cover, and a metal chassis on it body, which all ensure that the player inherits the excellent workmanship of it previous generations. The classic design and solid metal construction fit perfectly well with its outstanding performance. Pictures:
  10. Item: OPPO BDP-93 Blueray Player Location: Perth WA Price: $280 Item Condition: Immaculate Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Transfer, Paypal. Shipping Extra Extra Info: Purchased approx. 4 years ago and used as a second system (rarely use and in storage for 1.5 years) The BDP-93 is OPPO's first Blu-ray player to support 3D playback and streaming video-on-demand. Like its predecessor, the BDP-93 is a universal disc player that supports playback of the SACD, DVD-Audio, and HDCD formats, as well as AVCHD, MP4, DivX, MKV, FLAC, and WAV files. This Profile 2.0 Blu-ray player offers BD-Live Web functionality and BonusView/picture-in-picture playback, and it sports dual HDMI outputs, for compatibility with non-3D-capable AV receivers. The BDP-93 offers bitstream output and onboard decoding of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, with 7.1-channel analog audio outputs. OPPO's Web platform includes Netflix and Blockbuster OnDemand, and you can add the player to your network via a wired or wireless connection (a USB WiFi adapter is included). On the audio side, the player has Dolby True-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoders, and it can pass these formats in bitstream form over HDMI for your receiver to decode. In my case, my HDMI-equipped receiver died right before this player showed up for review, so those multichannel analog audio outputs came in quite handy. Within the setup menu, I turned off the HDMI audio and set the speaker size, level, and distance for the analog outputs. The menu also allows you to select a crossover point between 40 and 250 Hz and to downmix the analog signal from 7.1 to 5.1, LT/RT, or stereo. I went with 5.1. Other audio setup options include the ability to set an LPCM rate limit for the coaxial/optical outputs (48, 96, or 192), select DSD or PCM output for SACDs, and enable HDCD decoding. The BDP-93 sports a Pure Audio mode that allows you to turn off the video processing and video output to reduce possible interference and improve audio performance. Pictures:
  11. Item: Oppo BDP 105 Darbee with Pro Multi Region Mod Location: Sydney (southern suburbs, buyer can also meet me at Sydney CBD during weekdays) Price: $950.00 + Postage (prefer not to post at this stage, can discuss further with genuine enquiries ) Item Condition: Excellent, unit presents as new both cosmetically and operationally Reason for selling: Upgrade to 4K Payment Method: Pickup - COD, Paypal, EFT Transfer Extra Info: Purchased new from Tivoli Hifi July 2014. All original packaging, box, manual, remote and accessories (usb extension, USB WiFi dingle) included and all in excellent condition. Lived in a smoke and pet free environment. Mainly used with USB devices last 2 or so. years so the optical drive has not been worked to death. The bad: 1) Original receipt not available/locatable as I placed order to Tivoli by phone. Some email trail available. 2) Original Oppo HDMI cable not included as it developed a fault and was discarded around a year ago. Can provide further photos if required. Pictures:
  12. Item: Oppo BDP-105D Blu-Ray Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, nsw Price: $800 Item Condition: Very good Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Card, Bank transfer. Extra Info: This OPPO BDP-105D Darbee offers excellent sound fidelity thanks to its in-built SABRE DAC and with it’s on board Darbee Visual Processor, also offers excellent picture reproduction. Features of the OPPO-105D include Dedicated Stereo Output with XLR Balanced Connectors USB Asynchronous DAC Toroidal Power Supply Headphone Amplifier Diversified Media Support MediaControl Full Specifications COMPATIBILITY Disc formats: Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, SACD, DVD-Audio/Video, CD, HDCD, Kodak Picture CD, CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD+R DL, BD-R/RE, BD-R/RE DL File formats: MKV, AVI, MP4, WMV, AVCHD, FLAC, APE, WMA, JPG, MP3, AAC, M4A, LPCM, WAV, MKA, OGG, DIVX, XVID, MPEG, DAT, VOB, OGM, TS, MOV, MTS, FLV, MPO, 3GP, GIF, PNG, GIF - through USB & DLNA network BD-Live (1GB internal storage) & BonusVIEW VIDEO Darbee Visual Presence™ processing technology establishes a fundamental breakthrough for greatly enhanced picture quality Powerful dual-core System-on-Chip CPU 2D to 3D Conversion - convert standard video material into 3D at the press of a button 4K Up-Scaling - up-scales all video sources to 3840 x 2160. 4 times Full HD resolution DVD Up-Conversion - per-pixel motion-adaptive de-interlacing & scaling Full HD 1080p Output - with on-the-fly output resolution adjustment 2 x HDMI 1.4a Outputs - assignable outputs with 3D & Deep colour modes, inc ARC 2 x HDMI Inputs - connect external video sources to take advantage of OPPO processing Advanced Picture Control - fine control of all picture parameters, inc 3 x custom Tohei dust-proof loader, with proprietary balance mechanism & triplex damping AUDIO DAC: ESS ES9018 SABRE 32-bit Reference DAC Dolby TrueHD - output via HDMI, or decoded & converted to LPCM via HDMI or 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio - output via HDMI, or decoded & converted via HDMI or 7.1 DSD - SACD can be output as native DSD (HDMI 2) or converted to PCM (HDMI 1 or 2) Simultaneous HD audio from both HDMI outputs 7.1 Channel Analogue Output - stereo down-mix output also available, as Zone 2 source Digital Optical & Coaxial Outputs - to connect to AV receiver or external DAC AUDIOPHILE Dedicated Stereo Output, using second ESS ES9018 32-bit Reference DAC True XLR Balanced Stereo Output, ideal for long distance cable runs Signal to Noise ratio: >115dB (A-weighted); 130dB (A-weighted, with auto mute) Toroidal power supply, custom-engineered for OPPO USB Asynchronous DAC input, using ESS Sabre 32-bit DAC Coaxial & optical digital audio inputs, ideal for pay TV boxes, TVs, games consoles and more Headphone output, using ESS Sabre 32-bit DAC CONVENIENCE OPPO Remote - free control app for Android devices (iOS version coming soon) MHL Input (front HDMI) - for connecting compatible smart devices for HD viewing & listening Gracenote Music ID & VideoID - for cover art, title, artist, genre & other media information Support for external HDD over 2TB with GPT 3 x USB 2.0 Ports (1 front, 2 back) - high speed access to video, audio & photos Wireless & Ethernet - wireless-N adaptor included, RJ45 port, for BD-Live content, YouTube, Pandora & Picasa, home network access, firmware updates PAL/NTSC Conversion - dual format playback, output & conversion Illuminated front panel eject button Back-lit Remote Control with 2 modes - for use in dark environments External IR - rear IR input for use with IR integration systems RS232 Control - for control systems. Protocol available HDMI CEC - allows single remote operation DLNA Certified - Digital Media Player (DMP) & Digital media Renderer (DMR) compliance SMB/CIFS Access - for accessing video, audio & picture files on local network Pictures:
  13. Item: Oppo PM-3 Planar Magnetic Headphones Location: Sydney Price: $SOLD + shipping Item Condition: Purchased in May 2017. Fantastic condition as pictured. No marks or scratches. Ships with original packaging and accessories. Reason for selling: No longer needed. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer Extra Info: Local pickup can be arranged around Eastwood / Chatswood area. Pictures:
  14. Item: OPPO HA-1 headphone amp Location: Sydney Price: $1,000 nn Item Condition: Like new, purchased brand new in August 2017 Reason for selling: Upgrade .. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I am the second owner. First owner upgraded his amp after a month of owning it. I am happy with this amp and have only using it for less than t weeks with an hour or two a day. I just bought HE1000 V2 and want to upgrade the amp. This item has been purchased brand new in August 2017 from an Official Australian Oppo Retailer and still have the original invoice and will include it with this sale - this unit still well under 12 months warranty. Price is firm Pictures:
  15. Item: Oppo BDP-103 Darbee Edition Blu-ray player Location: Melbourne Price: 450 Item Condition: Used but like brand new Reason for selling: Got 203 Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: purchased at Cable Connection - Mulgrave (Australian stock) / remote and all standard accessories provided are included. Pictures:
  16. Item: Oppo BDP-83 Special Edition Universal Player Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove Price: $350 Item Condition: Excellent Payment Method: Cash, Credit Card, PayPal Extra Info: So much more than just a Blu-ray disc player ( although it does that very well), the BDP-83 SE can play just about any type of audio disc you can throw at it. It can decodes Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio to PCM over HDMI, or to analog over its 7.1-channel analog outputs. Then there is Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio as native bit-streams over HDMI. Powering all of this internally is the ES9016 Sabre(32) Ultra DAC which makes for significant analog audio performance improvements over the standard BDP-83. Pictures:
  17. Excellent condition PM1 and HA1 headphones and headphone amp/DAC. Well regarded high end gear. Check reviews. Comes with Balanced headphone cable as after sale accessory. All packaging, manuals accessories included, $1,950. (Roughly half price). Country Victoria.Audition welcome.
  18. Pair of Oppo PM1 and HA1 Headphone amp. Also balanced headphone cable. All boxed excellent condition $1950 . Central Victoria. H
  19. Excellent condition Oppo HP1 HA1 phones and amp. All packaging and accessories including balanced cable ($190 alone). Retails at almost $4000. Read the reviews, well regarded. Trades possible.$1950. Central Victoria.
  20. Item: Oppo UDP-203 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Player Location: Ashfield NSW 2131 Price: $700 Item Condition: Like New - have opened it to test it works so I won't be selling you a dud. Reason for selling: Purchased for me as a gift from my wife as she knows I love my home theater gear. Unfortunately, it is excessive for what I need and would prefer to have the cash to spend more important things. Since I also have my sights on the Xbox One X (although inferior in picture quality) will have to end up serving as the temporary 4K Blu-ray Player. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Deposit Extra Info: As you can see in the photos, it is in perfect condition and the unit itself is beautifully crafted and minimalistic in design. A perfect match for any home theatre. Purchased from WEST COAST Hi-Fi and of course comes with Tax Invoice Receipt for any future warranty claims if required. Shipping: Will ship anywhere in Australia at buyers expense (will provide you with Auspost registered post quote). Cash on pickup from Ashfield NSW 2131 also welcome. Pictures:
  21. Item: Oppo BDP105 (non-darbee) Location: Brisbane Price: $850 $700 Item Condition: Very good / Excellent Reason for selling: Upgraded to 4K Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Purchased at the end of 2012. Very well looked after and has been connected through filtered UPS power since new. Primarily used as a USB DAC and for blu-ray playback. Recently upgraded to an Oppo 203 and external DAC combo. It has been a fantastic unit and I love the sound. I had planned on keeping it but the reality is I've no room for a second system, as such have finally decided to part with it. There is a slight mark on the top as shown in the picture. Includes the remote, USB wireless adapter and power cable. Following a move of house late last year I no longer have the original packaging, so local pickup only please. Pictures:
  22. Hi all, I've been using a BDP-83 with hardware mod for 7 years since ordering from Merlin. It's performed flawlessly until recently. It has started to fail to eject, often needing a tap on the case to help it. This I can live with. It's skipping and freezing a lot. I followed a guide and cleaned the lens with a cue tip and rubbing alcohol to no avail. The freeze yesterday was so bad the unit needed a power cycle to revive it. Oppo have informed me there are no longer replacement transports available for the unit. I realise I am long beyond EOL but does anyone have any ideas on repair (Sydney location)? I can't really afford $900 to replace it. Thanks Simon
  23. Item: Oppo HA02 Location: Melbourne Price: 200 Item Condition: Great Reason for selling: No use, I bought too many things before son was born Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: No box but all cables and quick charger are included
  24. Item: Oppo HA-1 Headphone Amp and DAC Location: Sydney CBD Price: $1300 + postage or nearest offer Item Condition: Excellent (9/10) Reason for selling: Need $$$ Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only... or Paypal friends & family Extra Info: The Oppo HA-1 lives with my in-laws (in a box), and I won't be able to get to it in the next couple of days, so just at EOI stage now. Very well known, high quality amp+dac. Stopped using when I moved onto the Metrum Pavane / Violectric V281 combo. Probably should have put it up for sale a while ago, but hey. Couple of things to note: 1. I'm fairly sure it lives in comfortable/safe boxing, but not original packaging. So while I'm happy to ship, it's not the original box - I'll take due care with packaging 2. I bought it while on extended holiday in the US last year. It works on 230V, but I assume warranty doesn't apply in this market - happy to be corrected on this point Please PM me with your interest. As it's not longer in use, I can be somewhat flexible on price (within reason) - as usual, local pick up preferred. I don't have pictures as it's not living with me at the moment - but it's widely available for sale, e.g. here: https://www.ebay.com.au/i/162563798669?chn=ps&dispItem=1 (haha) and also here: http://www.minidisc.com.au/head-amps-dacs/headphone-amps-dacs/desktop-amps-dacs/oppo-ha1-headphone-amplifier-p-1100666.html As far as reviews go, this is a good one: "I think the HA-1 is good enough to use as a reference, and in fact, because of its preternatural neutrality, it makes a good reference indeed. But more than that, I just plain enjoyed listening to music on the thing. And I enjoyed it frequently. I also enjoyed looking at it. In fact there wasn't anything about it that I didn't enjoy, and I guess that's really the highest compliment I can pay it. It's also very high on the value scale, competing very well with headphone amps that are in and above its price range that have no DAC at all." https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/affordable-and-transparent-oppo-ha-1-headphone-amplifierdac Pictures: No pictures yet, will put them up if I get sufficient interest for the sale.
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