The answer is no.. I have heard better pre-amps and DACs/Players.
Now if you said.. For $1500... I would be hard pressed to point to something better.
Yeah, I should put a price qualifier. Of course, you aren't likely to have actually heard a BDP-95 at this point. I think I just need to try it. I am hoping for an audible improvement on 2-channel CD and especially SACD. I have Thiel CS 3.6 powered by an Aragon 4004II. An Emotiva XPA-5 powers the rest of the surround system. Right now the music source is a Pioneer DV-59AVi DVD/SACD player connected with iLink to a VSX-56TXi receiver, which is just a head unit, since I'm using all external amps.
What I'm contemplating is a USP-1 for 2-channel, ultimately fed with analog from the Oppo 95, and a UMC-1 for surround. I'm hoping this will produce very nice surround and noticeably better 2-channel for a pretty reasonable price. I'm not saying I'm disappointed with the SACD now. It is almost amazing. It's just that the equipment is kind of aging and I wonder how much improved sound I can get for not too much cash.
I think the USP/UMC combo would be very nice. But maybe the XMC-1 is something to consider also with the Oppo 95, so you could use the XLR connections? Or does the Aragon lacks these inputs?
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The Oppo BDP-95 is scheduled for release in February 2011. Oppo has a complete description of it on their web site. A description of what the BDP-95 has under the hood (DAC specific components):
SABRE32 Reference Audio DAC - The DAC (Digital-to-Analog Converter) is one of the most important components for digital audio playback. The SABRE32 Reference ES9018 from ESS Technology is the world’s best performing 32-bit audio DAC solution targeted for high-end consumer applications and professional studio equipment. With the ESS patented 32-bit Hyperstream™ DAC architecture and Time Domain Jitter Eliminator, the SABRE32 Reference DAC delivers an unprecedented DNR (Dynamic Range) of up to 135dB and THD+N (Total Harmonic Distortion plus Noise) of -120dB, the industry’s highest performance level that will satisfy even the most demanding audio enthusiast. The BDP-95 uses two ES9018 DAC chips - one for the 7.1-channel output, and another for the dedicated stereo output.
It is blue ray player but it is designed for the audiophile listener (2 channel).