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Both the hiss and fluctuating surround modes on the avr display go away when changed to Bitstream.
But I've always had it on lpcm,never had this issue before and like the sound better when the player is decoding.
Switching to bitstream is not a permanent solution not for me at least.
Have you done a reset to factory defaults yet? If not, that's one of the first things I would suggest doing. Another would be to reinstall the latest firmware (and then another reset).
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Have you done a reset to factory defaults yet? If not, that's one of the first things I would suggest doing. Another would be to reinstall the latest firmware (and then another reset).
No I haven't yet.
I'll try that out and report back.
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Have you done a reset to factory defaults yet? If not, that's one of the first things I would suggest doing. Another would be to reinstall the latest firmware (and then another reset).
I know about the factory reset but can't find out how to reinstall the firmware,since it's already updated to the latest firmware.
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I know about the factory reset but can't find out how to reinstall the firmware,since it's already updated to the latest firmware.
You'll have to use the USB stick or CD version. Instructions are on OPPO's support page.

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You'll have to use the USB stick or CD version. Instructions are on OPPO's support page.

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Set volume as fixed if I do not want the Oppo to have control of level, correct?

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Set volume as fixed if I do not want the Oppo to have control of level, correct?

Yes. "Fixed" volume sets Oppo volume at 100, which is the max volume level.
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Thanks. That is what I thought. I noticed when I hit up or down it just popped up on screen and showed 100.

Using it with Directv dvr and wanted to make sure it was max.

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Thanks. That is what I thought. I noticed when I hit up or down it just popped up on screen and showed 100.

Using it with Directv dvr and wanted to make sure it was max.

Remember, the Oppo volume control only affects its analog outputs. It does *NOT* apply to the digital outputs (i.e. hdmi, coax, or optical).
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Well duh. Guess it doesnt matter in this situation, which is all HDMI. I forgot that little tidbit.

Ive noticed that when the 103 is on, the light on my ethernet hub is constantly working. I know it isnt downloading anything, but I havent seen any other devices be that active with the connection.

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