^ This is only an issue if you care about whether the DSD content is converted to LPCM before being converted to Analog.
If you don't care (which is what I suggest), then set SACD Output PCM in the OPPO 103 and you can use HDMI to the AVM 60 -- same cable you are using for video.
If you do care. That is if you want the DSD content converted DIRECTLY to Analog without the preliminary step of conversion to LPCM. Then set SACD Output DSD in the OPPO 103 and cable Stereo Analog to the AVM 60. Note that the AVM 60 does not have multi-channel Analog inputs, so you will only be able to wire for Stereo this way.
Also note that when DSD-Direct-to-Analog Conversion is in effect -- i.e., with SACD Output set to DSD and the Analog audio outs in use -- no audio processing of any sort is available in the OPPO 103. No Volume control, no down-mixing, no Crossover processing -- nothing. So if you play a multi-channel SACD track you will only get audio from the Left Front and Right Front channels since there's no way to wire the other channels to the AVM 60 and no down-mixing from 5.1 to 2.0 audio output can be done.
With this in mind, the rest of your setup is easy. All of the outputs of the OPPO are live, so you can still send video the AVM 60 via HDMI 1 output from the OPPO. In the AVM 60, you specify the HDMI input for video and the wired Stereo Analog input for audio. That's for playing your Stereo DSD content.
Meanwhile, set up second Input definition in the AVM 60 which uses that HDMI Input (i.e., HDMI 1 output from the OPPO) for both audio and video. That's for all the rest of your content.
My recommendation would be that you set SACD Output PCM in the OPPO 103 and use HDMI for both audio and video even when playing your DSD content. The OPPO will send HDMI LPCM 88.2kHz 24-bit up to 5.1 channels when playing DSD content this way. But of course you can set it up both ways (HDMI audio and Stereo Analog audio) and compare for yourself.
Last edited by Bob Pariseau; 03-15-2016 at 12:15 PM.