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Thanks. What is killing me is that for 2 years everything worked great with the 60 foot Redmere cable. Then all of a sudden, HDMI signal dropping out randomly. Also after a drop out, I would note the time, rewind and replay the same spot of the movie. No drop out.

When I run the Oppo to the small screen sony, no drop outs.

Thanks.

Why all of a sudden now hah.
Its not "all of a sudden". It degrades over time and finally reaches the point where the PJ can no longer lock the signal. HDMI cables do this over time, nobody knows why.

You have pretty well proven a cable problem. Working with these lengths is pretty much guaranteed to produce issues like this.
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Might want to try a little Deoxit Gold on the ends of the Redmere cable before condemning it. I had a similar issue with a Monoprice 40' cable and a Monoprice HDMI to DVI adapter. After cleaning all connections and reseating them a few times it's been rock solid since.

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Its not "all of a sudden". It degrades over time and finally reaches the point where the PJ can no longer lock the signal. HDMI cables do this over time, nobody knows why.

You have pretty well proven a cable problem. Working with these lengths is pretty much guaranteed to produce issues like this.
Just to add to the "over time" failure list, I had a 6' HDMI cable fail in a component closet where no one ever touched it. Gravity did the dirty deed after about three years. The fix was to provide support in the form of plastic ties for all the HDMI connections in the component closet. Just pressing all the connections before testing didn't help because the effected cable immediately returned to it's "new" disconnected mode.
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Release date: July 18, 2016.
Category: Latest Public Beta Test Release
Main Version: BDP10X-83-0715B
Loader Version: 6U1000 or 7B1400 (BDP-103), 7B1400 (BDP-105, BDP-105D, BDP-103D)
Sub Version: MCU103-05-0916 (BDP-103), MCU105-04-1113 (BDP-105), MCU13D-01-0618 (BDP-103D), MCU15D-01-0930 (BDP-105D), DB10X 131030 (BDP-103D, 105D)

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Once this Public Beta firmware is installed on the player, you can revert back to the previous Official release via a USB thumb drive. There will be no issues upgrading to any future official or beta firmware release.

Release Notes:

1. Resolved a no audio issue when connecting via HDMI Out 1 into VIZIO P-series 4K TVs.
2. Resolved a disc loading issue with the “A Walk in the Woods” Blu-ray Disc.
3. Resolved a playback issue where certain ALAC files would produce static noise.
4. Resolved an issue where the player would sometimes lock up when receiving the RS-232 command to launch VUDU.
5. Resolved an issue where HDMI Out 2 would sometimes output RGB regardless of the HDMI Out 2 color space settings.
6. Resolved an HDMI audio dropout issue that could occur when playing Blu-ray titles with a duration longer than three hours, such as Schindler’s List.
7. Resolved an issue where subtitles would sometimes randomly repeat when playing MKV files with embedded PGS subtitles.
8. Restored the ability to bitstream Dolby TrueHD audio tracks in MKV files when HDMI Audio is set to Bitstream. If you encounter a no audio issue when playing MKV files, we recommend setting the player’s HDMI Audio setting to Auto (Default) to force the player to output LPCM.
9. Improved compatibility with WAV files using ID3 tags.

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Thanks Neuromancer,

No doubt 'item 8' will please a lot of people


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#7 is a winner. Many times, I would wonder, "didn't I just see that subtitle"?
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Thanks Neuromancer,
No doubt 'item 8' will please a lot of people
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Also #1 as this has been happening occasionally with me and my Vizio "P" series TV.

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Thanks Neuromancer,

No doubt 'item 8' will please a lot of people


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In the interest of clarity: What they did is return it to the previous state, where bitstreaming DTHD in MKV sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. If you get no audio, put the player through an "energy efficient" reboot and try again without playing anything else first.
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In the interest of clarity: What they did is return it to the previous state, where bitstreaming DTHD in MKV sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. If you get no audio, put the player through an "energy efficient" reboot and try again without playing anything else first.
And to follow on.... It also appears that different MKV muxing applications produced different stability issues with TrueHD bit-streams. Personally I re-muxed any 'problem' Blu-ray disc back-ups using MKVmuxer GUI v9.3.0.


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Have unsubscribed to Directv after 20+ years and am starting to research the ins and outs of streaming content. For this thread my question is , Why would I need a Roku or similar device when my 103 will stream content by itself? Also, can anyone point me to a primer about streaming... I realize that this is not the correct forum for streaming questions, but I am going there next.

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Have unsubscribed to Directv after 20+ years and am starting to research the ins and outs of streaming content. For this thread my question is , Why would I need a Roku or similar device when my 103 will stream content by itself? Also, can anyone point me to a primer about streaming... I realize that this is not the correct forum for streaming questions, but I am going there next.
For some reason I'll never know, oppos don't do Amazon video.
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[...]For this thread my question is , Why would I need a Roku or similar device when my 103 will stream content by itself?

ROKU is a host server. You need a server to serve up content to the OPPO for streaming via network. The OPPO is limited to select apps whereas ROKU or something similar offers more content options.


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ROKU is a host server. You need a server to serve up content to the OPPO for streaming via network. The OPPO is limited to select apps whereas ROKU or something similar offers more content options.


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So, if I only wanted to stream from the built-in apps (Netflix, etc), the OPPO would serve as the "Host Server"?
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For some reason I'll never know, oppos don't do Amazon video.
It's simple - Amazon won't work with Oppo to build an app for the Oppo players. It's not something that Oppo can just decide they're going to add.

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ROKU is a host server. You need a server to serve up content to the OPPO for streaming via network. The OPPO is limited to select apps whereas ROKU or something similar offers more content options.
The Roku is more like a conduit or proxy that directs requests to various host servers (Netflix, Amazon, and so on) that actually host the content.

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So, if I only wanted to stream from the built-in apps (Netflix, etc), the OPPO would serve as the "Host Server"?
If you're happy with the content you can get with the apps that are included with the Oppo, you won't need anything else other than a subscription to the services you want to use. But just to be clear, Oppo isn't hosting the content, just apps that reach out to the various content providers for the actual stream.
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Is this me, but why are people selling their oppo 103's? Is there a giant slayer in the landscape that I'm oblivious to?

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Is this me, but why are people selling their oppo 103's? Is there a giant slayer in the landscape that I'm oblivious to?
Most likely in anticipation of the Oppo UHD player due out some time toward the end of the year.

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New beta firmware available at Oppo Digital UK

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Just in-case anyone's missed it. The latest beta firmware release is available to UK customers, here: http://www.oppodigital.co.uk/custome...-firmware.aspx


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My OPPO bdp-103 player just lost its disc reading ability, and it seems that I can repair it for $79 plus shipping to OPPO or wait for the next OPPO player to purchase? When the player quits playing a bluray part way through the movie and then not read discs is not a good sign. This is the first player that I have ever had disc drive failure with. Mine was built in 2012 so not sure if I am just unlucky?

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^ It could be as simple as that the laser lens assembly needs to be cleaned -- picked up some dust or oil film from the room air. OPPO will check it out thoroughly during that flat rate service, and if parts need to be replaced, that's included.

Frankly getting the player repaired is a good deal even if you intend to buy the next player as soon as it comes out. OPPO players have an excellent track record for resale value, and of course a working player always sells better.
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My OPPO bdp-103 player just lost its disc reading ability, and it seems that I can repair it for $79 plus shipping to OPPO or wait for the next OPPO player to purchase? When the player quits playing a bluray part way through the movie and then not read discs is not a good sign. This is the first player that I have ever had disc drive failure with. Mine was built in 2012 so not sure if I am just unlucky?
It's not common but neither is it unheard of. All physical components have a failure rate.

I'd get it fixed. It will have resale value even if you buy the next generation player.

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I have an AVI file on disc, but my 103 plays just the sound, no picture.
And no problem with my Samsung BR player, both sound and picture play perfectly.

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I have an AVI file on disc, but my 103 plays just the sound, no picture.
And no problem with my Samsung BR player, both sound and picture play perfectly.
Do you get an error about "video not supported"? The player supports a set of a/v codecs, but not all.

See the FAQ for details: Media Files

Sometimes a codec works in one container but not another. You might try converting your file to mkv with mkvmerge.

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No Bill, no message appears on my screen, just the main Oppo logo page that remains there all the time.
It takes longer than usual to load @ 100% but after about 20 seconds or so, the disc plays only the sound, and no picture, and no message.
It's an AVI file (data disc) on a DVD-R. ...And that's all what I know. ...And that same disc plays perfectly in my cheap Samsung Blu-ray player.

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How do I "convert" that DVD-R AVI file into MKV file? I have never done that before. Why? Because I just use my Samsung player and no problem there.
I was just wondering why my Oppo 103 would only play the audio track but no picture? I mainly use my 103, except in cases like that when it cannot operate properly like my cheap Samsung BR player.

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I would give Handbrake a try.

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How do I "convert" that DVD-R AVI file into MKV file? I have never done that before. Why? Because I just use my Samsung player and no problem there.
I was just wondering why my Oppo 103 would only play the audio track but no picture? I mainly use my 103, except in cases like that when it cannot operate properly like my cheap Samsung BR player.
I have several container file types that my BDP-103 won't recognize the video portion and/or the audio portion, e.g., I get the message of "audio not supported" or "video not supported" and the player will play either the video with no sound or play audio and no video. Yes, it's odd, but if I'm inclined to, I will convert the file container to a format that the BDP-103 will play. I use a popular Cyb--Li-- converter, there are several other format converters on the market as well. My issue was playing .MOV files created by a digital camera, the BDP-103 just didn't like the container that was natively created by the camera. As a side note, I have no issues whatsoever converting BD/DVD's to .MKV files and playing the files on the BDP-103 via my network storage device, even 5.1 multi-channel DVD audio discs as well as BD discs (that also have a video layer). I don't expect the BDP-103 to be able play every possible container file created by every possible device on the planet, but it does play most!

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1. Never heard of that drink before...Handbrake. Is that like a Screwdriver?

2. I know zip about containers and files converters. And even less on how to do it from family DVD-Rs. I thought that the Oppo 103 could read and play AVI files...I guess not. Then it should say so...with more precision. I have never read about "containers" for files and reconverting them to suit the 103.
Do they give instruction somewhere?

3. And why a cheap Samsung BR player has no issue with that same disc? Is it a more robust file diversification reader/player?
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Right now my best solution is that Sammy player.
If you have the instructions right here on how I can make my 103 play that same AVI file on disc with both sound and picture playing properly, please be my guess.

It's not a reproach, it's an actual discovery, and I share it right here in the official 103 owner's thread to see if there is a simple solution for common mortals without a degree in audio/video files engineering. You guys are wayyyyy more expert than I; so I need a newbee education on how to proceed simply with the less annoyances possible. ...Like very clear instructions, black on white with all the steps.

Samsung and Panasonic BR and UHD players might play 4K discs, and many formatted audio/video files, but they don't play DVD-Audio, SACD and do HDCD decoding.

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