Not sure if this is the right place for this, but I'm playing DLNA content from my home network through the Oppo 103, and I noticed something odd on some foreign language stuff. I listen to a lot of world music, so I have some CDs from Israel that actually contain Hebrew language metadata, as well as a few things in Greek I've picked up, to go with my normal English language rock, pop, etc. I burned the content to a hard drive using JRiver, and have the media center set to push the content through my network.
When I go to my Network and look at files in the tree structure, the Hebrew language artist and track names show up correctly as they do on my PC, written from right to left. However, if I select a track, the titles for the "Now Playing" track shown on the screen are written from left to right. It's amusing if you read and speak the language (which I do, with limited fluency conversationally), but I wonder if it's an Oppo thing or a DLNA thing.
Audio Gear: Trinnov Altitude 16/24, NAD M27 and Wyred4Sound MMC-7 amps
Display: Panasonic VT50, Lumagen Radiance Mini. Misc.: Oppo 103, Samsung K8500 UHD player, JRiver
Speakers: PSB Imagine T2, Center, Imagine T Wides and Side Surrounds, Imagine S rear surrounds,
PSB Imagine XA Dolby AE Speakers (4), HSU ULS-15 subs (4) - 9.4.4