Discovered a pretty cool feature on my 103 today. I use the 7.1ch analog outputs for surround and SACD/DVD-Audio playback. 2ch, I send bitstream through a toslink to my Tri-Vista tube dac.
Added a new pair of speakers to my system and was setting up the speakers and trim levels in the Oppo. Then started to play Dark Side of the Moon on SACD. While playing the SACD, I discovered I could open up the speaker settings in the Oppo and make changes to speaker size, distance, trim level, crossover... on the fly as the music is playing. I had the new towers in the rear set as large and they were a tad too boomy for me. While the track was playing, I could switch them to small and hear the difference. Thought this was a pretty cool feature. In fact, setting the trim level with my spl meter and the test tones, I thought I had the front left/right dead on. But during the music, the imaging was a hair to the left. I was able to bump the right speakers trim level up a half db and instantly it centered the image. Great feature.
I wish you could set different crossover points for each speaker but can't have it all.
60" Panasonic Plasma ~ BenQ HT1075 / 92" fixed Dragonfly Screen ~ Parasound Halo C2 Pre/Pro
Earthquake Sound Cinenova Grande Amplifier ~ Crown X1000 ~ Oppo BDP-103
Musical Fidelity Tri-Vista Tube DAC ~ Monster Cable Signature Series HTPS7000
Energy Veritas 2.2i (mains) & Veritas 2.0c (center) ~ Energy RC-70 (side surrounds)
CAT Tiburons(rear surr) ~ Sub... custom 15" Diamond Audio Technology ~ Xbox One