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Old 03-16-2013, 12:51 PM
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OK.

Oppo to Denon 3313 to VT50 65"
VT50 is running in THX Cinema

I checked Source Direct, 1080i and 1080p settings for Oppo resolution, with the VT50 in HD Size 2 (pixel for pixel), Deep Color OFF, ycbcr 4:4:4, 24p on and the VT50 in 96hz mode.

Coming out of HDMI 1, all three resolution settings passed all overscan, scaling, luma/chroma and vertical/horizontal tests on both Spears and Munsil and WOW. I really cant see where I can test anything else. smile.gif

Im gonna run with HDMI 1, Source Direct, 4:4:4 and 24p on, not looking back. Audio delay was also spot on using DVE and WOW.
You should try d-nice's settings and see how you like 'em. Are you running your cable or sat box through it?

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I realize that it wasn't really designed for this, but has anyone tried running a Wii through the 103's HDMI input to see if it looks any sharper?

Before I get flooded with "but Wii doesn't have HDMI out!" comments, here:

http://www.amazon.com/Hight-Quality-Convertor-Nintendo-Headphone/dp/B0065BB7M8/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

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You should try d-nice's settings and see how you like 'em. Are you running your cable or sat box through it?

I was, but it had some weird lip sync issues.
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SIDETRACKED gets an academy award for Post #6566.
I missed a few weeks fighting dragons (hyrid car tax in VA) needed a sum-up.

I heartily agree ...best to re-link at http://www.avsforum.com/t/1432162/official-oppo-bdp-103-owners-thread/6540#post_23074642


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Which input connection are you using. Analogue (RCA) or HDMI?

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I completely agree and this is also my understanding of the technical background. But my question is: Why do I hear differences, when I am doing an A/B comparison between two players?
Because you're subconsciously expecting to hear a difference? wink.gif
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Can it be that this is a side effect of the video chip? Or something about the power supply?
I guess the people who design these players know, but nobody told us about this - also only a guess.

Well, it is some kind of miracle happening there. Personally I don't want to extend this topic any further and I take it as 'a difference between two different players' and it is OK for me. May be some time later, somebody will find out, why digital players can sound different, using digital connections. Currently, I don't have a clue.

I will test tomorrow HDMI 1 and 2 output, because there is a lot of fuzz here about it. This is also, IMO, an interesting topic.
It's not all that interesting unless all the variables that muddy the subjective results can be isolated via an aforementioned double-blind listening test (this would require you being able to repeatedly successfully distinguish between the 2 players on a given sample to the point that the result is statistically significant, and preferably with multiple audio passages).
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But my question is: Why do I hear differences, when I am doing an A/B comparison between two players?
In addition to what vinnie97 wrote, you have to insure that the volume produced by both players is measurably identical, or they will sound different. Usually the higher volume will sound better.

Never underestimate the power of the mind to fool us. Just look at the money that's made with exotic wall sockets, power cords, fuses, and speaker wire. eek.gif
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I was having problems with audio sync as well until I hit FFWD on the cable box controller, synced right up.

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Mine would come and go, sometimes quite bad. Too much annoyance for something not overly important.
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I was, but it had some weird lip sync issues.



I was having problems with audio sync as well until I hit FFWD on the cable box controller, synced right up.

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http://www.oppodigital.com/proddetail.asp?prod=RokuSSB

Is this as good as the ROKU 3? 

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The answer to this type of question is "Yes, there is always a chance" but no one can say with certainty. OPPO pursues network partnerships but you can't push a rope; someone has to be pulling from the other end and a small company like OPPO can't always get their attention. These other companies look at installed base: number of eyeballs.

Hulu is available on the Roku Streaming Stick. Ideally (to me) all player vendors ought to move all network services into something like the Roku. Have them make it work so no one else has to worry about it. Then all services are available to all players.

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I considered the Roku stick but all my equipment is hardwire ethernet and not wireless which is what was required for the stick. If that has changed then I would get the stick.
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I considered the Roku stick but all my equipment is hardwire ethernet and not wireless which is what was required for the stick. If that has changed then I would get the stick.

No, the Roku stick requires it's own wireless connection; it doesn't even use the player's wireless.

Other Roku products have ethernet. You can connect directly to the AVR or display, or try it into the OPPO HDMI inputs.

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Is this as good as the ROKU 3? 

I don't know. Depends on your needs and network I guess. The more I use the stick the more I like it and the more likely I am to get the ROKU 3.

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Three questions:

Any clue when we might see a Firmware update? I am hoping since it has been a while, this one will be a big one and will at least resolve some of the feedback related to HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 as representing a true reference video source.

I know that picking "Auto" for color space is generally not recomended, but what color space does Vudu broadcast in? I assume it is 444 since that is at least what my Cisco Cable box is using.

Finally, is it my imagination or does Deep Color on actually have an affect on either HDMI 1 and 2? To my eyes, (And this could be me tricking myself), colors seem more intense or more contrast but somewhat fake looking.


Thoughts on any of the three items asked above?
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Any clue when we might see a Firmware update?

We've heard nothing definite. OPPO hardly ever gives advance notice. Some people report getting experimental firmware updates from Support, indicating that something is cooking.

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Finally, is it my imagination or does Deep Color on actually have an affect on either HDMI 1 and 2? To my eyes, (And this could be me tricking myself), colors seem more intense or more contrast but somewhat fake looking.

That may depend more on how your display responds to the different input signal.

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Because you're subconsciously expecting to hear a difference? wink.gif
It's not all that interesting unless all the variables that muddy the subjective results can be isolated via an aforementioned double-blind listening test (this would require you being able to repeatedly successfully distinguish between the 2 players on a given sample to the point that the result is statistically significant, and preferably with multiple audio passages).

I didn't expect a difference and that was so surprising for me! This is the point, that I could clearly hear a difference, where I didn't expect one. Before that, I used my Audyssey Pro-Kit for measuring on 12 positions before and was very happy with the sound. Then came the Oppo and somehow destroyed it a bit, due to the 'thickened' bass. However, I am still experimenting with it and I am testing.
I also recognized to my surprise, that I used HDMI 2 as output and changed to HDMI 1 which I like better picture-wise. Now I have to compare again the sound.

My opinion about blind tests is not this high. There are discussions against and for it. For somebody with limited time, it is nearly impossible to do this.

What I can tell you is, there is a difference - for me - and I didn't expect it at all.
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In addition to what vinnie97 wrote, you have to insure that the volume produced by both players is measurably identical, or they will sound different. Usually the higher volume will sound better.

Never underestimate the power of the mind to fool us. Just look at the money that's made with exotic wall sockets, power cords, fuses, and speaker wire. eek.gif
I also hear sonic differences in my gear..all digital does not sound the same!..even swapping out hi quality HDMI cables,I'm getting slighty different sound,using audioquest carbon,and straight wire super silver HDMI..music thru my oppo sounds a lot different than the same CD in my CD/DAC combo all running thru a anthem Mrx pre and parasound halo amps,everything level matched..using the same HDMI cables and everything using shuyanta venom power cords..big differences.. My CD/DAC with upgraded pangae power supply trumps all else..my oppo 103 sounds a close second..the CD/DAC had much more depth,almost 3- dimensional sound..the oppo definitely sounds great..just a different sound,same goes for Sirius radio into my Mrx,
And yes..good power cords and cables do make a difference, and its not a slight one!
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Three questions:Any clue when we might see a Firmware.

This week or next week is what I heard smile.gif
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In addition to what vinnie97 wrote, you have to insure that the volume produced by both players is measurably identical, or they will sound different. Usually the higher volume will sound better.

Never underestimate the power of the mind to fool us. Just look at the money that's made with exotic wall sockets, power cords, fuses, and speaker wire. eek.gif
I also hear sonic differences in my gear..all digital does not sound the same!..even swapping out hi quality HDMI cables,I'm getting slighty different sound,using audioquest carbon,and straight wire super silver HDMI..music thru my oppo sounds a lot different than the same CD in my CD/DAC combo all running thru a anthem Mrx pre and parasound halo amps,everything level matched..using the same HDMI cables and everything using shuyanta venom power cords..big differences.. My CD/DAC with upgraded pangae power supply trumps all else..my oppo 103 sounds a close second..the CD/DAC had much more depth,almost 3- dimensional sound..the oppo definitely sounds great..just a different sound,same goes for Sirius radio into my Mrx,
And yes..good power cords and cables do make a difference, and its not a slight one!
I think this discussion is better suited to audio theory forums. wink.gif
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I had my second run in with lip sync issues last night. It was within the first 2-3 chapters of Gran Torino on BD. Surprised me also how fast it worsened; even my 9 year old noticed it. I quit playback and once restarted, it played just fine straight through/no issues??!!??

Kinda a head scratcher...

On another note, I was also surprised at how AWFUL Unforgiven DVD looked coming through the 103. Is this disc notorious for being rough? Just curious as I didn't expect it to be so poor, or maybe I have the Oppo set incorrectly (or there's something I can do in settings?)?

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On another note, I was also surprised at how AWFUL Unforgiven DVD looked coming through the 103. Is this disc notorious for being rough? Just curious as I didn't expect it to be so poor, or maybe I have the Oppo set incorrectly (or there's something I can do in settings?)?

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I remember that disc being very poor. The Warner Eastwood DVDs tended to be bottom of the barrel.

That said: you are using 1080p output, not Source Direct? Done any calibration of the display?

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Is there any way to delete a file on the network from the Oppo after I'm done watching it? Or do I have to do that from my computer (which as far as I can tell is the case, unless I'm missing something, which I hope)?

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You have to do it on the computer. The player has no write access to your drive.
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Thanks! That's what I figured, but hope springs eternal. And ignorance is bliss. And stuff like that.

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I think this discussion is better suited to audio theory forums. wink.gif
...roger that...
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Hi guys, question about 24p. Lately I listened to a couple of music concert DVDs and was disapointed with the fluidity and some combing (if the term is correct) of the image at times. I looked at the info of the stream on my Sony TV and it said 1080p 24p. Since I think that 24p should be for film not video of a concert I decided to turn it off in the Oppo. Finally everything was perfectly smooth cadence wise. I tried afterward to set it on automatic expecting the Oppo to detect the content and act accordingly, but it reverted back to 24p and it became jerky again. Should 24p be off and turned on when needed? Or maybe the reverse, leave it on and if it seems to be affecting fluidity in some cases turn it off? Is it more often right than wrong? I just expected at least auto to know and decide for me when 24p was a good idea.
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Hi guys, question about 24p. Lately I listened to a couple of music concert DVDs and was disapointed with the fluidity and some combing (if the term is correct) of the image at times. I looked at the info of the stream on my Sony TV and it said 1080p 24p. Since I think that 24p should be for film not video of a concert I decided to turn it off in the Oppo. Finally everything was perfectly smooth cadence wise. I tried afterward to set it on automatic expecting the Oppo to detect the content and act accordingly, but it reverted back to 24p and it became jerky again. Should 24p be off and turned on when needed? Or maybe the reverse, leave it on and if it seems to be affecting fluidity in some cases turn it off? Is it more often right than wrong? I just expected at least auto to know and decide for me when 24p was a good idea.

AUTO for 1080p24 just detects whether your display can accept 24hz. It does not enable or disable 24hz processing for DVD. You have to do that manually depending on the source.

OPPO tried automatic cadence detection on the BDP-83 and it caused a lot of problems.

The BDP-93 FAQ has more background: Is DVD 24hz conversion supported?

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Thanks Bill for the info it clears things up. I never thought of also looking in the 93 FAQ. Great read.

Is there a way to determine before hand if a DVD should be played at 24hz (and not 24p rolleyes.gif) ? Are all movies to be played at 24hz and other content not? Is there any labelling on DVDs to that effect? Or is it simply trial and error?
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Thanks Bill for the info it clears things up. I never thought of also looking in the 93 FAQ. Great read.

Is there a way to determine before hand if a DVD should be played at 24hz (and not 24p rolleyes.gif) ? Are all movies to be played at 24hz and other content not? Is there any labelling on DVDs to that effect? Or is it simply trial and error?

No, DVDs aren't marked. Trial and error is the easiest way. Unless concert videos are your life, leaving it on is the easiest course. Turn it off as a special case and try to remember to turn it back on again.

Some older TV shows may be video-based; I CLAUDIUS comes to mind. But others were 35mm and are lovely on DVD and Blu-ray.

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I remember that disc being very poor. The Warner Eastwood DVDs tended to be bottom of the barrel.

That said: you are using 1080p output, not Source Direct? Done any calibration of the display?

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Yes to 1080p. No to calibration but used prep slides + D-nice settings on 65VT50.
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