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Item: OPPO 4k blu ray player
Price: 800 ONO
Item Condition: As new
Reason for selling: upgraded/surplus/need the money
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash,COD Only
Extra Info: Selling my as new OPPO 4k blu ray player. I purchased this on 11/05/17 and it has only played 1 dvd and 3 or 4 cds. Plays flawlessly and beautifully a superb player. I liked it so much I purchased the 205 hence the 203 has become surplus (and I need the money!). Demo is available if required and pick up is available from Melbourne CBD during business hours or Caroline Springs Melbourne. Tax invoice will be included for warranty purposes.
Item: a number of Blu ray, DVD and Wii empty cases
Location: Leichhardt, Sydney
Item Condition: good to excellent
Reason for selling: no longer required - have put all the kids DVDs into CD wallets to save space
Payment Method: Pickup only - sorry, not interested in posting
I have 24 DVD, 14 Wii game (same size as DVD) and 36 empty Blu ray cases all in good to excellent condition to give away to a good home. A number of them have inserts for multiple discs. If no one wants them I'll drop them in the recycling bin.
I am considering moving on my Cambridge Audio 751BD Upscaling Blu-ray player.
Unit is located in Brisbane. I have no problem arranging and including shipping to a metro area nationwide included in the price.
Unit was $1,299 1-2 years ago when bought.
Looking for $650 inc delivery.
Unit is absolutely like new, all parts present. Plays international Blu-rays.
Will come in original box with manuals, remote, etc.
All features and functions 100% working, no scratches or any visual, physical or operating defects.
Potential reason for sale: to fund Oppo BDP-105D that I'm considering which I want for the 32bit DACs and "4k" upscaling.
Sonically this unit is impressive, I run analogue audio out as you get 5 x Wolfson 24-bit DACs across 7.1 channels that was as opposed to I think just 1 that runs across if you use HDMI.
It loads fast and you will still get many years out of it. Latest firmware is loaded on it.
Review the specs for yourself....
Item: Panasonic PWT520 Blu Ray Player , Twin TV Tuner and HDD recorder
Price: $150 (neg)
Item Condition: 7/10 - Has small dent on top panel does not effect operation
Reason for selling: Not being used
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Had this for a few years in my listening room but not really being used anymore
Finally got around to picking up the BR 5 disk set for Game of Thrones this week and chucked on the first episode last night.
Absolutely first class, as I expected
But there was a problem.
On two occassions, the picture just froze (for about 10 seconds I reckon) then resumed, appearing to after missing footage slightly - i.e. jumped ahead.
I had a close look at the disk surface and nothing absolutely physically obvious.
Anyone else have the same issues?
I'll return it of course for an exchange.