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It has vga but the bdp-95 does not have vga. Hmm..there is a shortcut key for resolution right?

There are composite/s-video/component to vga adapters, for example this page at monoprice: http://www.monoprice.com/products/su...&cs_id=1011407

I've never used one so can't say how well it would suit your situation. It's a another variable in the chain, of course.

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I received my 95 two weeks ago--wow! I use in a multichannel system and connect it to my Sony 6400ES receiver, which can handle DSD, via HDMI, and I'm thrilled with the sound and picture. Not only are the sound and video superior, it loads much faster than my previous components. (It replaces a Sony 5400ES SACD player and a Sony BDP-S5000ES.) At first, I considered hooking it up via the multichannel analog outputs, but a tech from Oppo said I would lose all room correction if I did that. Since my listening/viewing room isn't perfect, I'm sticking with HDMI.

Try the multichannel outs and the DSD direct to analog setting with your SACD's [see the SACD Output in the Audio Format Setup menu] and see if you don't like the sound of your room as it naturally is and your SACD's as they were meant to be heard. It's alright if your room isn't perfect. It's how it sounds to you that's important. Who's to say what your room should sound like anyway?
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try the multichannel outs and the dsd direct to analog setting with your sacd's [see the sacd output in the audio format setup menu] and see if you don't like the sound of your room as it naturally is and your sacd's as they were meant to be heard. It's alright if your room isn't perfect. It's how it sounds to you that's important. Who's to say what your room should sound like anyway?

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Hi guys,

My system is a stereo + sub one.
I use it both for music (60%) and movies (40%).
Music goes via RCA analogue to the amp.
The movies' HD audio formats are decoded in my Denon 2311 (via HDMI) and directed to the loudspeakers (mixing down from 5.1 to 2.1).

As I lately changed my KEF Q300 stand mounts into B&W 805D I am now about to change the Denon into a stereo power amp that will feed the 805's with high current (Class A or rather Pure Class A), as guys in B&W forum suggested.

My question is:
If I change the AVR into a stereo power amp, will Oppo decode the HD audio formats in movies and feed the amp so that I can use 2+1 properly ??
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My question is:
If I change the AVR into a stereo power amp, will Oppo decode the HD audio formats in movies and feed the amp so that I can use 2+1 properly ??

Yes, the Oppo will decode the HD audio formats and send the audio out of the stereo and multichannel analog outputs. If you're just using 2 speakers and a subwoofer, you may want to go into the setup menu on the Oppo and assign the stereo outputs to be front L / R for the multichannel output to take advantage of the better DAC's on the dedicated stereo outputs.
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... If you're just using 2 speakers and a subwoofer, you may want to go into the setup menu on the Oppo and assign the stereo outputs to be front L / R for the multichannel output to take advantage of the better DAC's on the dedicated stereo outputs.

Thanks gsr.

Do you mean in the:
Setup Menu -> Audio Processing -> Stereo Signal
and switch from "Down-mixed Stereo" into "Front Left/Right" ??
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I have been bouncing around the forum for a while and have been upgrading my system for the past few months. The entire audio setup has been replaced now with a Onkyo TXNR-709, Energy RC-70s, 10s, and a LCR. As well as a S10.3 sub. Now I am looking towards the rest of my setup, which basically leaves the blu ray player. How much if any improvement will I see with a OPPO player, over my current Sony 3D capable player? Particularly since my Onkyo has video processing of its own.
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Thanks gsr.

Do you mean in the:
Setup Menu -> Audio Processing -> Stereo Signal
and switch from "Down-mixed Stereo" into "Front Left/Right" ??

Yes, that's the setting to change. Then use the dedicated stereo left / right outputs and the sub output from the multichannel outputs in your system. This should give at least slightly better audio quality than using the front left/right outputs from the multichannel outputs.
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I have been bouncing around the forum for a while and have been upgrading my system for the past few months. The entire audio setup has been replaced now with a Onkyo TXNR-709, Energy RC-70s, 10s, and a LCR. As well as a S10.3 sub. Now I am looking towards the rest of my setup, which basically leaves the blu ray player. How much if any improvement will I see with a OPPO player, over my current Sony 3D capable player? Particularly since my Onkyo has video processing of its own.

Given your receiver, you should be considering the BDP-93 instead of the BDP-95 and using HDMI for audio and video (and saving yourself $500 in the process). That said, the video output from the Oppo players would likely be a bit better than the Sony even for Bluray, but it would probably make more sense to consider if other features of the Oppo players would be useful to you (things like SACD, DVD-Audio, better customer support, etc.) and base your decision on those things.
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My 95 arrives Tuesday.

Any advice on burn-in....or anything else, for that matter?

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My 95 arrives Tuesday.

Any advice on burn-in....or anything else, for that matter?

The Oppo manual recommends to play The Thing prequel repeatedly for three weeks.

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Yes, that's the setting to change. Then use the dedicated stereo left / right outputs and the sub output from the multichannel outputs in your system. This should give at least slightly better audio quality than using the front left/right outputs from the multichannel outputs.

Woooow,
The change is not "slightly better audio quality".
Oh god, it is tremendously better audio quality !!!!!!


How foolish I have been not to use the DAC's, which was the reason to go for the 95

Your hint was very, very helpful, gsr !!!
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The Oppo manual recommends to play The Thing prequel repeatedly for three weeks.

There is a prequel?

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I have an Oppo 983H DVD player. Recently I've purchased a BDP-95. Can anyone tell me, is the video quality of upscaled DVDs with the 95 equal to that of the 983H or does the 983H still have the edge? And how about sound quality using 2-channel?
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My 95 arrives Tuesday.

Any advice on burn-in....or anything else, for that matter?

I've been using a TaraLabs burn-in disk for that purpose,
that I've got by my cables purchase.

It has made its job properly - at least in my case.
However it took about 2 weeks for me to distinguish the difference
in sound as compared to the fresh device one.
It is worth it anyway.

Just my 3 cents.
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I have an Oppo 983H DVD player. Recently I've purchased a BDP-95. Can anyone tell me, is the video quality of upscaled DVDs with the 95 equal to that of the 983H or does the 983H still have the edge? And how about sound quality using 2-channel?

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I still use my 983H for DVD playback, giving it a slight edge over the BDP-93 (which should be the same as the -95).

I like the effect of sharpness = -2 on the 983. It's possible I could replicate this on the BDP-93 but I haven't put any time into it.

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Thanks Bill for the prompt response and the sharpness setting recommendation, which I shall try.
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I've been using a TaraLabs burn-in disk for that purpose,
that I've got by my cables purchase.

It has made its job properly - at least in my case.
However it took about 2 weeks for me to distinguish the difference
in sound as compared to the fresh device one.
It is worth it anyway.

Just my 3 cents.

Thanx.


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I still use my 983H for DVD playback, giving it a slight edge over the BDP-93 (which should be the same as the -95).

I'm surprised by that...I would have assumed the BD-83/93/95 video processor to be superior.

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Thanx.


I'm surprised by that...I would have assumed the BD-83/93/95 video processor to be superior.

The BDP-83 was similar to the 983; both use ABT VRS solutions.

The -93/95 added online streaming services like Netflix. The Marvel chip has more noise reduction control which was thought important when using possible lower quality video sources.

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Yea, DVD upscaling is my only minor disappointment with the 95. Its not bad by any stretch, but short of my old 83, which I sold. One area it does real well on is my recorded DVDs. The 83 could never recognize the proper level of zoom (dvd recorders are limited to 4:3 so a widescreen movie requires zoom and are prone to a little more noise than a commercial dvd). The 95 recognizes and implements the proper zoom and seems to handle the small increase in noise better than the 83.
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So...the 83 is a better DVD upconverter.
How does the BD performance compare?

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Blu-ray performance is identical across the board, since there is no video processing you are doing ontop of the 1080p/24Hz signal.
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In my opinion Blu-ray video *IS* enough better in the 93/95 over the 83 that I see it.

There is always SOME video processing going on, e.g., color upsampling and video output data format conversion, even when using Source Direct output. In my setup I get the best video from the 93 using HDMI 1 with explicit 1080p, YCbCr 4:4:4 and Deep Color OFF(Dithered). (The "best" choices here will vary according to your AVR and Display.)

These differences are subtle, and whether you see them will depend both on your sensitivity to them AND whether your display is well calibrated for video in the first place.

As for comparison against other players, note in particular the finding by the Secrets of Home Theater tests that some popular brand players are simply putting out the wrong data on HDMI. They used the OPPOs as an example of players that got it right.

The point being, there ARE reasons why one player might look better for Blu-ray playback. So judge it the way you'd judge any other aspect of playback quality. But if you are seeing BIG differences then the odds are excellent you are seeing a BUG in a player or in your AVR or Display. So look for workarounds in the settings to see if you can evade the bugs.
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I think you are crazy. CRAZY! Then again, I am using a projector configuration which is not the ideal means of evaluating picture quality, as everything from lamp life to sitting position (literally a 5 degree difference in your sitting position will change the perceived contrast and brightness levels) so I will let you "win" this argument. For now.
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Hi All - hoping for some opinions/suggestions for movie streaming, primarily through Netflix, which I understand only recently went live in Canada. I've never streamed - total NOOB! -movie content off the internet before (up to now, I've preferred to rent blu-rays, but our last major rental chain in Canada has just closed up shop).

I've got a 70" Elite TV, Elite SC-57 AVR, Oppo 95 blu-ray, and a PS3. The TV, Oppo, and PS3 are all currently internet connected through wi-fi. What would be the ideal way to stream content from Netflix from a quality perspective with this set up? Would it be a pain to configure and utilize on an on-going basis? What are all the feasible options? Any special Canadian considerations? Know of any good information sources for Netflix/streaming on the web?

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The BDP-83 was similar to the 983; both use ABT VRS solutions.

The -93/95 added online streaming services like Netflix. The Marvel chip has more noise reduction control which was thought important when using possible lower quality video sources.

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You will literally just need to connect the player to your network using the USB WiFi dongle or the Ethernet cable. If you use the WiFi dongle, then you will need to go into Network Setup and change the Internet Connection from Ethernet to Wireless.

A prompt will appear and ask you to Scan your network. Do so. Find your SSID then enter your password/passphrase.

When done, exit Setup and press the HOME button.

Highlight Netflix and follow the onscreen prompts to activate your account.

From here on out you just need to press the HOME button then select Netflix when you want to use it.
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I think you are crazy. CRAZY! Then again, I am using a projector configuration which is not the ideal means of evaluating picture quality, as everything from lamp life to sitting position (literally a 5 degree difference in your sitting position will change the perceived contrast and brightness levels) so I will let you "win" this argument. For now.

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Hi All - hoping for some opinions/suggestions for movie streaming, primarily through Netflix, which I understand only recently went live in Canada. I've never streamed - total NOOB! -movie content off the internet before (up to now, I've preferred to rent blu-rays, but our last major rental chain in Canada has just closed up shop).

I've got a 70" Elite TV, Elite SC-57 AVR, Oppo 95 blu-ray, and a PS3. The TV, Oppo, and PS3 are all currently internet connected through wi-fi. What would be the ideal way to stream content from Netflix from a quality perspective with this set up? Would it be a pain to configure and utilize on an on-going basis? What are all the feasible options? Any special Canadian considerations? Know of any good information sources for Netflix/streaming on the web?

Thanks in Advance,
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It's actually very straightforward. There's no magic to it, nor any particular technical background you need to have (once you get your player connected to the Internet in the first place).

Using your computer, go to the Netflix web site and sign up for an account that includes "Watch Instantly" streaming. You will now be able to do streaming on any device that includes Netflix client software. That includes both your Oppo and your PS3.

As it turns out, Netflix (which creates the client software) has a newer version of their software running on the PS3, so you might prefer doing your Netflix steaming there.

When you get your player connected to the Internet and start the Netflix app it will show a code on screen that you have to type into your account on the Netflix web site (i.e., using your computer) to "activate" the player -- i.e., to associate the player with the Netflix account you are paying for.

At that point you can select titles to watch. Some will be standard definition. Others will be HD.

Alternatively, you can user your computer to browse Netflix' catalog of titles available for streaming on their web site and add titles to your "Watch Instantly Queue". This is nothing more than a convenient list of titles you are interested in watching. When you run the Netflix app on the player you can see the current list of titles in your Instant Queue and select any of them for playback.

Netflix charges a fixed fee per month for streaming, so you pay the same amount whether you stream a lot of stuff or none at all. Contrast with services like VUDU on the 95 where you pay a rental fee for each title you choose to view, thus the more you view the more it costs. There are no special considerations for use in Canada except that the list of titles Netflix offers does vary by country.

Streaming video quality is not great. Netflix "compresses" their video a lot. But it is fine for casual viewing. Your best bet for Netflix from the 95 is to use HDMI 1 for video with explicit 1080p as your output resolution. Video quality also depends on the speed of your Internet service. This is particularly true if you stream HD titles. If your Intenet service is 6 Megabits per second or faster download speed you are fine. Less than that and you will see lowered quality but it will still work.

Streaming will of course count against any usage limits on your Internet service. So keep track of usage (see your account information at your Internet service provider) until you get a feel for it. This can be a particular problem in Canada since some Canadian Internet providers put very low usage caps on their accounts and charge fees for going over. If that's a problem, the My Account portion of Netflix' web site lets you tell Netflix to limit the bit rate it uses for streaming -- lower quality, but less danger of using up your Internet service cap each month.
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OPPO Comparison Chart for BDP-93 and BDP-95

http://www.oppodigital.com/blu-ray-b...5-Compare.aspx

I'm not sure exactly when this first appeared, but I just spotted that OPPO now has a "Comparison Chart" on their web site for the 93 and 95.
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NOTE: Oppo now has a statement on their support page that the "factory installed" version of the "official" firmware for the 93 and the 95 is identified as 0303, instead of the 0302 version they have for download and user install.

I've no idea what the difference is, if any, beyond the version number. But if you see people talking about 0303, this is what's up.

ETA: OK, found out the difference is that 0303 removes the icon for the defunct Blockbuster streaming service.
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