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Old 01-28-2013, 06:23 PM - Thread Starter
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I am having problems playing 5.1 24/96 flac music downloads on my Oppo BDP 105 either via streaming or external HD & USB. The music cuts out for a second or two and resumes playing. This happens indiscriminantely and certainly NOT in the same spot if replayed. Seems like a buffering problem?? Anyone have similar probllems? Any suggested solutions? I am an experienced music streamer and confident that my setup is correct. Thanks...
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I would LOVE to post on the Oppo 105 thread. How do I do so?
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I would LOVE to post on the Oppo 105 thread. How do I do so?

View any page of the thread you want to post in. At the top left and also the bottom left of the list of thread messages on that page you will find a "Post a Reply" button. Click on that and the text you enter will be posted at the end of that thread (regardless of which page you are viewing).

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In either case, the Submit button (lower right of the window where you are typing in your text) posts the text you have typed in. The Preview button lets you see what it will look like BEFORE you post it, so you can double check it is the way you want.

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