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Oppo BDP anyone?
What a shame about OPPO.  The post has really put a spanner in the works.  I was still hoping that Dean would eventually do a proper UPnP driver to allow streaming movies, but I guess that's off the table now.  Would your new IP driver for the 203 allow for pushing video files from a NAS, or are you only going for transport controls etc.  If you aim to use it as renderer from CQC, then I will upgrade from my 103 while I still can.

PJG
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I'm not planning on doing anything now that Oppo has pulled out of the market. I tried to buy a 203 right after the announcement and received an 'out of stock' message when I tried to put it in my cart. So as a dead product it isn't worth much effort. For anyone with a 203 you can try the RS232 driver and if needed I can do tweaks to get that to work.
Mark Stega
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Yes I can understand that.  Any ideas on what a next best option would be?  Are there any 4K players out there with anywhere near the feature set and quality that have IP or RS232 ports that can be used by a CQC driver.

PJG
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From what I have read...they pulled out of the co Sumer market, but they are still manufacturing. I heard they actually make the Cambridge player which would also explain why they are still updating firmware, and stocking parts for repairs.

I wish someone would make a proper driver for the 203.
tia, Ron

My HT...
Yamaha CX-A5100, (4) JBL 8320s), PS3, Celeron NUC, (2) Furman rack conditioners, APC HT conditioner, (2) APC Battery Backups, Panamorph UH-480, Dune HD pro 4k, Dune HD Pro 4k plus, DIY B&O amp modules, Pro-Ject RPM Turntable, DIY audio rack, Klipch 402  horns.
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The Cambridge player is listed as "Out of stock". If you can find one and it is truly still being manufactured I'd continue the IP driver work. I suspect that the product is dead however.
Mark Stega
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I can live without a driver, but I like to have all my equipment controlled via CQC.
tia, Ron

My HT...
Yamaha CX-A5100, (4) JBL 8320s), PS3, Celeron NUC, (2) Furman rack conditioners, APC HT conditioner, (2) APC Battery Backups, Panamorph UH-480, Dune HD pro 4k, Dune HD Pro 4k plus, DIY B&O amp modules, Pro-Ject RPM Turntable, DIY audio rack, Klipch 402  horns.
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