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Item: Oppo BDP 105 Audiophile Blu Ray Player with Pro Mod
Location: Canberra
Price: $950 ONO
Item Condition: Very good with boxes for shipping.
Reason for selling: Moving to 4K player.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3%, COD Only
Extra Info: Needs no introduction. Best value for money audiophile universal media player. Used for up scaling of set top box and occasional music and Blu-ray viewing. Never any issues. Solid unit. Great DAC, Network streamer and universal player.

Will post at buyers expense.



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5 minutes ago, alcarp said:

What is the pro mod?


It involves a less convoluted flipping around with codes to engage region selection :)

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How old is it lefty ? That's a great price .

Sent from my SM-T113 using Tapatalk

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