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Why not connect your computer directly to the TV via HDMI and the USB of your computer to the Oppo? Then you can see your computer on the TV while listening to the audio through the Oppo.
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Why not connect your computer directly to the TV via HDMI and the USB of your computer to the Oppo? Then you can see your computer on the TV while listening to the audio through the Oppo.
Only 1 input is active at a time. If you are using the HDMI input so you can see the computer screen, then you will hear whatever sound is coming via the HDMI connection because you will be using the HDMI input. If you use the USB audio input you will not be able to see the computer screen because there is no video information via that input. It's one or the other. You can't mix video from one with audio from the other.
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Only 1 input is active at a time. If you are using the HDMI input so you can see the computer screen, then you will hear whatever sound is coming via the HDMI connection because you will be using the HDMI input. If you use the USB audio input you will not be able to see the computer screen because there is no video information via that input. It's one or the other. You can't mix video from one with audio from the other.
HDMI from computer goes directly to TV. USB goes to Oppo. You can now watch computer screen on TV and listen to USB input of Oppo. There is no mixing of inputs on the Oppo.

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1. The HDMI output of your laptop (PC) is connected to the HDMI input of your TV. ...You got picture on your TV no matter what.
2. The USB port of your laptop (PC) is connected to your Oppo 105 BR player's USB port. ...You got sound from your speakers connected to your receiver (or pre/pro) from your Oppo 105 source player which is also connected to your receiver/pre-pro via HDMI, no matter what.
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