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post #4021 of 4027 Old 12-14-2016, 06:01 AM
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Yikes! I was thinking of one of those wimpy little spray cans...

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Ha, ha, ha! I put it far enough away as to not blow the back off the unit (or till it was fully inflated.)

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Just wanted to follow up re: my earlier post about my BDP-80's power supply board that had gone bad. Contacted OPPO and they had me send the dead board to them in the mail and for $15 they repaired it and sent it back. $15 dollars!

The player works like new again.

I'm sure many of you are already aware, but I'm just blown away at their incredible support for a product that is LONG out of warranty. They did not have to go out of their way like that.

Anyway, that's it, just really pleased at the moment with the company and my long ago purchase.
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Not to mention the BDP-80 is still worth what you paid for it.
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I have a bdp80 and I just changed the deep color option to 4:4:4 and now I can't get any picture on the tv. I just recently added a 4k tv and I've been using my One S for blue ray plackback on it. However, I wanted to see what the bdp80 would do when hooked up to it. Well, it's consistently had a pinkish color picture so that's why I was messing with all the settings to see if it would make a difference. My thought was that the bdp80 could output 1080p and the Sony 900e would do the upscaling. Is this possible? How do I get into the settings menu now that I can't get the picture to come back on the screen? I know I need to change deep color back to off. How can I do this now? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Do I need to reset it to factory settings? How is this done?


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This worked on the BDP-83, but I forget if the BDP-80 was the same. Give it a try:

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Pressing the Display button for 10 or 15 seconds will reset the Video Setup options when you release the button. This includes the HDMI Options but not the Picture Adjustment settings. This is handy if you've accidentally made a change (Color Space, for example) that your display does not accept.
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This worked on the BDP-83, but I forget if the BDP-80 was the same. Give it a try:







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Thanks for the suggestion. I figured it out. Had to change the tv back to standard hdmi mode instead of enhanced. I was able to access the menu and it's all good now.


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