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I replied two long posts but I deleted them both by accident. ...@ least 40 minutes lost forever.
Anyway, it is the multichannel analog connection that does not give you a satisfying sub level.
Same here; from my Oppo 103 to my Integra DHC-80.3 pre/pro. ...The Oppo 103 has limited bass management for its analog multichannel Out, and no Audyssey MultEQ XT32.
So I prefer the HDMI connection in my case.
But you have a better player with better sound from its multichannel analog Out, the 105 BD player.
I don't really know what to tell you because in my case I hate the multich. analog sound of my 103; it is dull, boring, dead, without life, ...
I experimented with all type of connections, even the digital Coax. one is still connected.
I would have bought the 105 but I mainly use the HDMI connection.
And my next pre/pro (Dolby Atmos and dts:x, and Auro-3D) would most likely be an affordable Marantz pre/pro, or some like that (less than four grands; I am very poor).
I don't have thirty grands for a pre/pro, then another $150,000 for the speakers and room.
HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 is on my agenda too. ...So is 4K, still 3D, and I'm not sure when I'll plug back one of my turntables, if...
The best I can tell you right now, is to experiment but you already did.
Let see what other members have to say now.
Last edited by NorthSky; 01-18-2015 at 10:36 AM.