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post #12421 of 12760 Old 02-15-2015, 09:32 AM
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Bill, the first thing you need to do wih your Oppo is to place the volume control into Variable mode, and set the power on volume setting to a low value (10 or so). If you're still using the amp (BA A7200) in your signature, that amp has an input sensitivity of 1 V. Since the Oppo outputs 2.1 Vrms at max volume (on its rca outputs), you will begin to clip/overdrive your amp at an Oppo volume in the high 80's (87-88). Enjoy!
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Thank you for your suggestions ! I have all the settings set as you suggested and I'm finding 70-75 to be a nice volume that is loud but not to the point of clipping. Yes I'm still using the BA A-7200 and your thoughts on the sensitivity is much appreciated. To be honest I'm totally clueless to the technical end of this hobby (obsession ). I have a pair of Wyred 4 Sound SX-500 mono-blocks coming next week. So I'll be using the balanced outputs of the 105D to the SX-500s. It'll be interesting to see the volume differences between using both amps. But before I power up the SX-500s I'll set the volume of the 105D to 10 or less as a precaution. While I'm still using the BA A-7200 I'll set the maximum volume to 80 to be on the safe side. Thanks again for your help .

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Best sound I have heard in 30 years from a HDD plugged into the front of my 105D loaded with high res audio 24/192.flac, dsd/.dsf, and m4a...sound fabulous. I wasn't sure if this dac would decode dsd and such over the network and from an external hard drive but it does and it sounds better than the sacd discs. ..wow..I'm going to be downloading alot more .dsf and high res .flac files. ...now if someone could just Crack sacd so it can be ripped to our HDD we would be Golden! !!!!
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So now that the 105 is no longer available (replaced with 105D) does that indicate that the new models will be out in the near future or maybe just a consolidation move to streamline production?

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So now that the 105 is no longer available (replaced with 105D) does that indicate that the new models will be out in the near future or maybe just a consolidation move to streamline production?
With respect, this question has been asked and answered many times before within all of the Oppo BDP-1xx topics

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So now that the 105 is no longer available (replaced with 105D) does that indicate that the new models will be out in the near future or maybe just a consolidation move to streamline production?
I just bought a 105D and was concerned that with the 105 no longer available that new players from Oppo were coming soon. But from what I've read the newer 4K players are quite awhile off. Not sure how accurate that information is but it seems credible. I emailed Oppo a few weeks ago asking why the 105 was discontinued. Oppo replied that the 105D was far outselling the 105 so that was the reason for discontinuing the 105.

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So now that the 105 is no longer available (replaced with 105D) does that indicate that the new models will be out in the near future or maybe just a consolidation move to streamline production?
End of this year when all the new 4k Blu-ray players come out.
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End of this year when all the new 4k Blu-ray players come out.
OPPO has said not this year, and maybe not next year.

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...now if someone could just Crack sacd so it can be ripped to our HDD we would be Golden! !!!!
It can't really be discussed here (the procedure is off topic, for one thing), but it has been figured out. The procedure requires an older PS3 with SACD support, specific firmware, and some software installed on the PS3 to facilitate the process. You should find some useful info here.
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OPPO has said not this year, and maybe not next year.

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They will be WAY behind the competition if that's the case.

The rest of the industry will have 4k players out at the end of the year.
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They will be WAY behind the competition if that's the case.

The rest of the industry will have 4k players out at the end of the year.
OPPO has a rep of its own. They aren't worried about that. They are just waiting for all of the formats/software/BS for the 4K format to be resolved. Q1/Q2 next year.
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They will be WAY behind the competition if that's the case.

The rest of the industry will have 4k players out at the end of the year.
There already a few moves ahead and if any company has its finger on the pulse of its consumers its Oppo
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Oppo has never been early in the life of technology. They wait until they can put out their kind of player. I suspect they also wait for chip capabilities and prices to stabilize too. Being first to market with new technology is not always the smart thing to do. First generation products tend to be quite buggy or reveal performance deficiencies. It was that way with the first CD players, the first LaserDisc players, and the first DVD players. All had problems.
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They will be WAY behind the competition if that's the case.

The rest of the industry will have 4k players out at the end of the year.

OPPO was one of the last companies to release a Blu ray disc player. The BDP 83 was released one year after the format war ended. Being last did not hurt them one bit. I am thinking they will be in no hurry to release a UHD player either. They would be better served to wait until all the uncertainty is eliminated from the UHD format.
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I'm going to connect my 105D directly to my amp a little later today as it is a perfect day to stay in and listen to music all day . I was wondering if those that are using the 105/105D as a preamp could offer their thoughts on how they like it over having a dedicated preamp/prepro. Also are there any suggestions as to setting up the 105/105D properly to get the best out of it as a preamp. Thanks .

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I have a question. ..I had a 500gb HDD hooked to my 105D and it was great gapless worked with the 500gb but the menu at the top only worked on selecting songs or folders. .I got a new 1tb sshdd and now all the menus work like albums artists genres with album art and everything but gapless playback won't work...if I select it it stops playback. ..shuffle works and random...is there a specific file format for gapless. ..I had fat 32 on the 500gb sony HDD but the new transcend is ntfs I think
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is there a specific file format for gapless. ..I had fat 32 on the 500gb sony HDD but the new transcend is ntfs I think
No, NTFS works fine with gapless. As does exFAT...

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Ok thanks
I'm wondering if something is wrong with my 105D because it keeps locking up on me and nonresponsive and I have to wait for the failsafe to kick in and it to power off...anyone else have issues like that?
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Ok thanks
I'm wondering if something is wrong with my 105D because it keeps locking up on me and nonresponsive and I have to wait for the failsafe to kick in and it to power off...anyone else have issues like that?
What's the make and model of your 1TB HDD. Is it a 2.5" type? If so, it might be suffering power supply issues!

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They will be WAY behind the competition if that's the case.

The rest of the industry will have 4k players out at the end of the year.
No, to the contrary; Oppo is ahead. ...Because they keep quiet. ...Wise bunch. ...Before they make a move they analyse; vary wise.
And meanwhile they continue selling more Oppo BD players.

Now, that's what I call being ahead of the curve; smartly.
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No, to the contrary; Oppo is ahead. ...Because they keep quiet. ...Wise bunch. ...Before they make a move they analyse; vary wise.
And meanwhile they continue selling more Oppo BD players.

Now, that's what I call being ahead of the curve; smartly.
Is 4k content actually beginning to take off? It seems some people aren't even on board with HD yet. At least some TV channels.
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No, to the contrary; Oppo is ahead. ...Because they keep quiet. ...Wise bunch. ...Before they make a move they analyse; vary wise.
And meanwhile they continue selling more Oppo BD players.

Now, that's what I call being ahead of the curve; smartly.
There's no disagreeing with this logic.
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For analog out, I believe you also want to set the speaker levels and distances in the Oppo. Time to bust out your OOP rat-shack SPL meter.
I'm only using the stereo analog outputs to my amp so there is no speaker levels in play. If I was doing 5/7.1 then yes I would need to break out the SPL meter.

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I'm only using the stereo analog outputs to my amp so there is no speaker levels in play. If I was doing 5/7.1 then yes I would need to break out the SPL meter.

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Hey, Bill, are you setting SACD Output to DSD so you can have DSD Direct to analog output (no LPCM conversion) when playing SACD's or DSD files? If you're not using any speaker config settings, down mixing, or bass management when playing DSD audio, I'd go with DSD Direct to analog output. That's what I'm doing.
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Don't you need five full range speakers, and all equidistant to the MLP for that?
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Ok thanks
I'm wondering if something is wrong with my 105D because it keeps locking up on me and nonresponsive and I have to wait for the failsafe to kick in and it to power off...anyone else have issues like that?
I had regular problems with my 105 and USB hard drives with the 105 locking up until a power down as you experienced.


I had a 2.5" 1TB Seagate, powered off the Oppo USB and even tried a USB2/USB3 secondary power cable to provide the power, without success.


I now have a 2TB 3.5" Seagate powered off of it's own power pack and I still got lock ups.


The one thing that seems to have stopped it is that I no longer have the quick start mode enabled on the 105 and have it set to power save so that it does a full reboot each time I turn it on. It was only at the weekend that my partner commented that the Oppo hasn't frozen in a while now whereas it used to do it every other time.
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Hey, Bill, are you setting SACD Output to DSD so you can have DSD Direct to analog output (no LPCM conversion) when playing SACD's or DSD files? If you're not using any speaker config settings, down mixing, or bass management when playing DSD audio, I'd go with DSD Direct to analog output. That's what I'm doing.
Hey Dan,

Yes I'm using DSD when listening to stereo SACDs. For multichannel SACDs I use HDMI to the 4311 with Audyssey. I have to change the DSD setting to PCM as the 4311 has a low LFE "bug" with the LFE level being 10dB less than it should be. This is where the 103 worked better for me than the 105D does. With the 103 I used HDMI 1 to the 4311 and it defaulted to PCM even if set to DSD. But with the 105D having the ability send DSD through both HDMI 1 and 2 that little "trick" no longer works. That's cool as I just go into the menu and change it to PCM. I wish there was a DSD/PCM button on the Oppo remotes. Thanks for the suggestion .

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Ok thanks
I'm wondering if something is wrong with my 105D because it keeps locking up on me and nonresponsive and I have to wait for the failsafe to kick in and it to power off...anyone else have issues like that?
I had regular problems with my 105 and USB hard drives with the 105 locking up until a power down as you experienced.


I had a 2.5" 1TB Seagate, powered off the Oppo USB and even tried a USB2/USB3 secondary power cable to provide the power, without success.


I now have a 2TB 3.5" Seagate powered off of it's own power pack and I still got lock ups.


The one thing that seems to have stopped it is that I no longer have the quick start mode enabled on the 105 and have it set to power save so that it does a full reboot each time I turn it on. It was only at the weekend that my partner commented that the Oppo hasn't frozen in a while now whereas it used to do it every other time.
Thanks I'll give that a try. ...oppo support said it should work fine but their troubleshooting technics were not very inspiring. ..told me to disconnect the unit from Internet and all external sources and see if it still happens and if it doesn't it's not the unit...kinda mind numbing because the problem is getting it to work as they claimed with all these other sources. ..Internet, HDD ,media renderer. ..it's why I bought it instead of keeping my 7200,790
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If the problem no longer happens with the other stuff disconnected then we know we need to look for an external cause. For example, there are known cases of screwy network devices which flood the network with lookup requests that can lock up the player.

Try what OPPO suggested, and report back to them whether the problem still happens, and they'll take you through the next step.
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Actually I have tried another fix and it has been working. ..I switched off quick start and haven't had any lock ups
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