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Can anyone using a 4TB or larger USB drive connected to their BDP-103(D) comment on what I need to do to get the drive recognised? I'm using a Mac computer with NTFS for Mac installed, and tried a standard NTFS format, plus 1 and 2 partition formats, but the player is not seeing the drive. A 64GB USB stick works fine. It's a HGST Touro drive.
Other than making sure you're using the power supply that came with the drive rather than trying to power the drive via USB, I'm not sure what to suggest as it should work if it's formatted with a compatible file system (NTFS should be fine).
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Can anyone using a 4TB or larger USB drive connected to their BDP-103(D) comment on what I need to do to get the drive recognised? I'm using a Mac computer with NTFS for Mac installed, and tried a standard NTFS format, plus 1 and 2 partition formats, but the player is not seeing the drive. A 64GB USB stick works fine. It's a HGST Touro drive.
My NTFS use has been on 1TB drives. What you are doing should work. Mac doesn't use it's own partition table scheme, does it?

Does the disc mount on a Windows computer? You might try chkdsk repair on Windows to fixup any filesystem oddities. I would have a backup of my data before trying anything like that.

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Can anyone using a 4TB or larger USB drive connected to their BDP-103(D) comment on what I need to do to get the drive recognised? I'm using a Mac computer with NTFS for Mac installed, and tried a standard NTFS format, plus 1 and 2 partition formats, but the player is not seeing the drive. A 64GB USB stick works fine. It's a HGST Touro drive.
The Xtreamer Wonder is the only hardware player than supports a 4TB drive.
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The Xtreamer Wonder is the only hardware player than supports a 4TB drive.
Their online FAQ says:

"What is the maximum external hard drive capacity supported by Xtreamer Wonder devices?


"Your Device is compatible with external hard drives up to a maximum of 2.5TB. Also, most external hard drives do not require an
external power source to work, and can be sufficiently powered by the media hub via the USB port."

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I have a 4TB external hard drive (Seagate Backup Plus 4TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STCA4000100)) and the Oppo read it fine. No issues.

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The Xtreamer Wonder is the only hardware player than supports a 4TB drive.
The Oppo BDP-10x players support 4TB (and larger) drives and plenty of people have been using them without any problems.
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That's a good one but how long ago was it made? The prices were so good I'd go to the movies more often.
Kentucky Fried Movie - 1977.

There are some funny scenes in that movie. Rex Kramer Danger Seeker is classic.

Thankfully the Oppo makes the DVD look pretty good. Need to find it on Blu-ray.

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Can anyone using a 4TB or larger USB drive connected to their BDP-103(D) comment on what I need to do to get the drive recognised? I'm using a Mac computer with NTFS for Mac installed, and tried a standard NTFS format, plus 1 and 2 partition formats, but the player is not seeing the drive. A 64GB USB stick works fine. It's a HGST Touro drive.
I suggest you format your 4TB HDD using exFAT. Which is supported on the Oppo BDP-10x range of players, along with modern Mac and Windows computer operating systems

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NorthSky,

Why are you submitting such a post in this topic when there's already a dedicated What features would you like in your next Oppo BR - e.g. Oppo BDP-113 and BDP-115 topic?!
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Looking to buy an Oppo 103 here in Canada. Amazon.ca has it for 499 CAD and Solutions A/V out of Ontario for 599 CAD. Any Canadians have experience buying an OPPO in Canada. Any suggestions?
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Looking to buy an Oppo 103 here in Canada. Amazon.ca has it for 499 CAD and Solutions A/V out of Ontario for 599 CAD. Any Canadians have experience buying an OPPO in Canada. Any suggestions?
I bought my 103 from Amazon and had no problem at all and love it. Save the $100 and get it from Amazon!!

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I bought my 103 from Amazon and had no problem at all and love it. Save the $100 and get it from Amazon!!
Likewise. I haven't seen a lower price and shipping is free. Mine came double boxed and I had it within a couple of days.
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Looking to buy an Oppo 103 here in Canada. Amazon.ca has it for 499 CAD and Solutions A/V out of Ontario for 599 CAD. Any Canadians have experience buying an OPPO in Canada. Any suggestions?
I bought mine a couple years ago from Solutions A/V for $499, Amazon.ca wasn't selling them at the time. I would definitely go the Amazon.ca route this time for the price difference....
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OPPO 103 load time?

what would you OPPO 103 owners say the load time for a CD is? yeah, go get a stop watch and put in a CD
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Why are you submitting such a post in this topic when there's already a dedicated What features would you like in your next Oppo BR - e.g. Oppo BDP-113 and BDP-115 topic?!
♦ That was just a simple remark, suggestion, ...an innocent comment made here in this thread and directly related to my Oppo model number one wish.
That is truly all really.

But I can try to be more careful and selective in the future; my sincerest and deepest apologies for shaking the foundation of this thread.

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Looking to buy an Oppo 103 here in Canada. Amazon.ca has it for 499 CAD and Solutions A/V out of Ontario for 599 CAD. Any Canadians have experience buying an OPPO in Canada. Any suggestions?
♦ Amazon is the better deal @ $100 less. I bought mine from A/V Solutions back then, when it was less expensive (the 103 model).
- No sweat buying Oppo in Canada, @ either place, but Amazon is much better now (right in line with Oppo's MSRP).

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I bought mine a couple years ago from Solutions A/V for $499, Amazon.ca wasn't selling them at the time.
I would definitely go the Amazon.ca route this time for the price difference....
♦ Same exact here. And I completely agree with you.

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what would you OPPO 103 owners say the load time for a CD is? yeah, go get a stop watch and put in a CD
♦ Between eleven and sixteen seconds (11-16), on average.
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what would you OPPO 103 owners say the load time for a CD is? yeah, go get a stop watch and put in a CD
I waited like 5 minutes for a blu ray to load the other day, then realized I hadn't closed the drawer
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what would you OPPO 103 owners say the load time for a CD is? yeah, go get a stop watch and put in a CD
Audio CD? I have not timed it, but mine seems to load and be ready to play an audio CD in about 5 seconds or less after the tray closes.
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Audio CD? I have not timed it, but mine seems to load and be ready to play an audio CD in about 5 seconds or less after the tray closes.
From the time you:
1. Press Close (tray) to the time the ...
2. CD starts playing (00:00:00)

It takes much more than just five seconds. I just checked with a chronometer. ...The 1st time was 16 seconds, and the best time was 11 seconds,
and all the other times were between those two times. ...Check it out.
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From the time you:
1. Press Close (tray) to the time the ...
2. CD starts playing (00:00:00)

It takes much more than just five seconds. I just checked with a chronometer. ...The 1st time was 16 seconds, and the best time was 11 seconds,
and all the other times were between those two times. ...Check it out.
I'm curious, is this important for some reason?
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11-16 secs...

11-16 secs... that's not much at all. for those of you out there that were wondering why I was wondering what the load time is on the 103: cause change is never easy...I currently have an NAD C525 BEE CD player (about 8 secs load time) and wanted to upgrade to something that can play DVD-audio as well as CD's.

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I'm curious, is this important for some reason?
A member asked the time; I just gave it to him.

* But to answer your question now; for me, no.
...Except if it would take a similar time as to load a HD DVD in one of my HD DVD players. ...About 2 minutes!
Then your question would be very important to me (the time it takes to load).
...Plus, the faster it loads the better for me it is. Eg.; my Rotel CD player (RCD-991) loads in five (5) secs. ...Fastest: 4 seconds.
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A member asked the time; I just gave it to him.

* But to answer your question now; for me, no.
...Except if it would take a similar time as to load a HD DVD in one of my HD DVD players. ...About 2 minutes!
Then your question would be very important to me (the time it takes to load).
...Plus, the faster it loads the better for me it is. Eg.; my Rotel CD player (RCD-991) loads in five (5) secs. ...Fastest: 4 seconds.
Right, but my point is if you've decided to watch/listen to some media and the load time is beyond a minute or two(your HD-DVD) at most are you not going to watch/listen? Maybe it's just me, but if I decide to watch something I don't care if it takes 5 secs or even 2 minutes to load, I'm still going to watch it. I suppose my question is, why is it better for you if your Rotel load in 5 secs or not, I'm just curious is all. I realize it's a metric that players are sometimes judged by, but is it really of any value?

If it didn't load at all, then that would be a problem.
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Right, but my point is if you've decided to watch/listen to some media and the load time is beyond a minute or two(your HD-DVD) at most are you not going to watch/listen? Maybe it's just me, but if I decide to watch something I don't care if it takes 5 secs or even 2 minutes to load, I'm still going to watch it. I suppose my question is, why is it better for you if your Rotel load in 5 secs or not, I'm just curious is all. I realize it's a metric that players are sometimes judged by, but is it really of any value?

If it didn't load at all, then that would be a problem.
Oh, now I see your point. ...That's a valid point, and I don't question it.
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Right, but my point is if you've decided to watch/listen to some media and the load time is beyond a minute or two(your HD-DVD) at most are you not going to watch/listen? Maybe it's just me, but if I decide to watch something I don't care if it takes 5 secs or even 2 minutes to load, I'm still going to watch it. I suppose my question is, why is it better for you if your Rotel load in 5 secs or not, I'm just curious is all. I realize it's a metric that players are sometimes judged by, but is it really of any value?

If it didn't load at all, then that would be a problem.
Altough I am not the guy with the Rotel, I wanted to give my opinion.

I guess we all have different levels of patience. If it took 2 minutes to load I would not be watching it, I would be reparing the window through which I would have thrown the player through! For me life is too short for waiting! When I went from a 100$ Sony player to a 103 when it came out, one of the many features of the 103 I loved over the Sony was its speed. I respect your patience, but I don't think the speed of a player is that irrelevant to most people.
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Altough I am not the guy with the Rotel, I wanted to give my opinion.

I guess we all have different levels of patience. If it took 2 minutes to load I would not be watching it, I would be reparing the window through which I would have thrown the player through! For me life is too short for waiting! When I went from a 100$ Sony player to a 103 when it came out, one of the many features of the 103 I loved over the Sony was its speed. I respect your patience, but I don't think the speed of a player is that irrelevant to most people.
I don't think it's the speed so much at the beginning when trying out new technology. When the HD DVD players first came out we didn't care how long it took, we were just excited about being able to watch an HD movie for the first time.

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I don't think it's the speed so much at the beginning when trying out new technology. When the HD DVD players first came out we didn't care how long it took, we were just excited about being able to watch an HD movie for the first time.
Right. But going from load times in the minutes to load times of 10-20 seconds is definitely a huge difference and one that most users will appreciate. Going from 10-20 seconds to 5 seconds really isn't a big deal to most people. If nothing else, it takes a few moments to go sit down after putting the disc in the tray and hitting the close button.
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Right. But going from load times in the minutes to load times of 10-20 seconds is definitely a huge difference and one that most users will appreciate. Going from 10-20 seconds to 5 seconds really isn't a big deal to most people. If nothing else, it takes a few moments to go sit down after putting the disc in the tray and hitting the close button.
Agreed, there is a comfort range where any improvment becomes insignificant.
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