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bluer101's Avatar bluer101 12:39 PM 06-28-2014
I have been using for years Netgear powerline hd adapters. They work perfect without running wires all over the house.

David Susilo's Avatar David Susilo 03:53 PM 06-28-2014
I still can't get the crosstalk to disappear when watching 3D movies.

Using my PT-AE7000 set screen size to 140" and Pioneer BDP-62 3D set to "on" (there is no TV size adjustment on the BDP-62) there is hardly any crosstalk.

However when connected to Oppo BDP-103D the crosstalk is unbearable. I tried various the screen size setting on the player but the crosstalk remains insanely high.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
Bob Pariseau's Avatar Bob Pariseau 04:44 PM 06-28-2014
^ The Screen Size setting has nothing to do with Crosstalk. You are talking about the image intended for one eye penetrating the shutter glasses and being viewed by the other eye. The player only sends out one image for each eye -- they aren't mixed. And there's no settings mistake you can make which will CAUSE them to be mixed.

Crosstalk is almost always due to a problem in the setup of the Display itself or its control of the shutter glasses.

However, if you feel you've exhausted all options in fixing the Display setup there are only a couple other things you can try.

1) Take the OPPO to a friend's house or store and connect it to a different 3D display and see if the same thing happens

2) Send the player to OPPO to be checked out.

When testing this, keep all Picture Adjustment settings in the OPPO at their factory default (0) values. You could also try setting 3D Output to FORCED in the OPPO in case your Display is having trouble recognizing the input as 3D video.

You could try re-installing the OPPO firmware, followed by a Reset Factory Defaults but I'd be surprised if that changed what you are seeing.
--Bob
David Susilo's Avatar David Susilo 04:56 PM 06-28-2014
Thank you, Bob! I'll try everything you mentioned above.
Bob Pariseau's Avatar Bob Pariseau 06:13 PM 06-28-2014
^ David, there's one other thing I'd like you to try. I'm assuming you are using the HDMI 1 output of the OPPO for video. (Double check that you haven't confused which OPPO socket you are plugged into for that cable.)

The default setting for HDMI Options > HDMI 1 Color Space is AUTO. Try changing that to YCbCr 4:4:4

If *THAT* cures your problem, go back to AUTO (which should make the problem come back) and see if you can find a status screen on your Display that says what format of video is coming into the Display. If it happens to be RGB instead of YCbCr, I think I may know what's going on here.
--Bob
David Susilo's Avatar David Susilo 06:24 PM 06-28-2014
My output is at 4:4:4 30-bit dithered. The projector also sees the input accordingly. Weird
Bob Pariseau's Avatar Bob Pariseau 06:32 PM 06-28-2014
^ Oh well. There's a bug with RGB Video Level and Source Direct on the 103D and 105D that I thought might be related to your problem (because 3D output is treated rather like Source Direct). But if the OPPO is already sending YCbCr 4:4:4 then that can't be it. Back to the suggestions in my prior post.
--Bob
hatlesschimp's Avatar hatlesschimp 11:36 AM 06-29-2014
I got a problem.

I put a blu-ray in the drive and I watched the movie then when I opened the draw there was no disc and the draw only opened half way then shut again. I cant get the disc out at all or the drive fully open????
Smarty-pants's Avatar Smarty-pants 12:17 PM 06-29-2014
^ Is it a rental disc? It probably has some sticky residue on the top of the disc that is making it stick to the drive hardware.
With the tray closed, try lightly smacking the top of the player and see it the disc will nudge loose in the player.
Then open it and see if the disc will come out.
TorTorden's Avatar TorTorden 02:47 PM 06-29-2014
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Yes , all 4 ports are taken on my router !!

The wireless cards they put in non computer stuff isn`t that great , IMO !!

Later ,

G. 
Wifi cards aren't that great in computers either, they just have more raw porcessor power available for error correction and often older protocolls with more error correction implemented.

As for maxing out your ports on your router, or why they don't make routers with more ports is because its more flexible and cost saving to use switches for this task.

For most AV gear 100Mb/s switches are fine, but for wired desktops I would go with Gigabit/s.

For example probably any if these would work fine http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...twork%20switch
Should also be readily available in any store selling computer or networking gear as well.
They_call_me_Roto's Avatar They_call_me_Roto 03:34 PM 06-30-2014
Got one. Love it. Use this just for movies and the streaming services.
elphillips's Avatar elphillips 05:41 PM 06-30-2014
Old hookup question I'm sure. My 103D will have the video connected direct to the display. Which is the best, or preferred, audio connection to a pre/pro or receiver? HDMI or the set of analog connections?
Bob Pariseau's Avatar Bob Pariseau 05:55 PM 06-30-2014
^ HDMI.
--Bob
elphillips's Avatar elphillips 05:58 PM 06-30-2014
^ Thank you for your prompt reply and all of your help here on the forum.
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:26 PM 06-30-2014
I have a quick question. Does the 103d playback both dsd formats like the 105d? Or is it limited like the 105? Thanx for any help
DanF8500's Avatar DanF8500 11:40 PM 06-30-2014
^ Do you mean DSD64 and DSD128? If so, only the 105D supports those two DSD formats thru its usb dac input, which the 103D does not have.
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:42 PM 06-30-2014
Yes thats what I was talking about. Thank you for the very quick reply. Even late like this. You folks simply amaze me.
DanF8500's Avatar DanF8500 11:43 PM 06-30-2014
^West coaster...[emoji6]
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:43 PM 06-30-2014
Now can I stream dsd through the 103d?
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:44 PM 06-30-2014
Ahh that explains it.
DanF8500's Avatar DanF8500 11:51 PM 06-30-2014
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Now can I stream dsd through the 103d?

Yes, you can. Just like all the other 10x players. One cautionary feature was added to the latest firmware with regards to sacd/dsd playback for the 103/103D players. I will include it here for you.

"Added a safety feature for BDP-103/103D: the "SACD Output" format is set to "PCM" by default. The reason is that the digital-to-analog converter (DAC) used on these two models cannot adjust the volume for DSD signals, so the analog volume level could automatically switch back to 100 when a DSD stream is detected. This safety feature will force the DSD stream to be decoded as a PCM stream before sending it to the DAC, which can help control the volume when loading SACD disc(s)."
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:52 PM 06-30-2014
Ok thank you again.
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:56 PM 06-30-2014
One more question. Can I stream all forms of dsd on these oppo players? If not which ones can I stream?
DanF8500's Avatar DanF8500 12:03 AM 07-01-2014
^ Forms of DSD? Again, do you mean dsd64/128? Only single rate dsd (stereo and multi-ch) is supported, and can be streamed only on the hdmi outputs.
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 08:15 AM 07-01-2014
Yes again thats what I meant. So the only way to get double rate dsd is to get the 105d, regardless of the playback method.
Smarty-pants's Avatar Smarty-pants 09:03 AM 07-01-2014
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Yes again thats what I meant. So the only way to get double rate dsd is to get the 105d, regardless of the playback method.
The HA-1 also supports DSD128 and DSD256 too.
A 103D + HA-1 combo would be a pretty sweet combo.
rdgrimes's Avatar rdgrimes 11:16 AM 07-01-2014
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The HA-1 also supports DSD128 and DSD256 too.
A 103D + HA-1 combo would be a pretty sweet combo.
I don't believe there's any way to output DSD128+ from the 103 models. So in that regard the DAC wouldn't be of any help.
rhale64L7's Avatar rhale64L7 11:59 AM 07-01-2014
I would be running this all through a Krell Foundation which with the new upgrade does Multichannel Dsd128 . I was thinking of the HA-1 or the Marantz 11si with the 103d. I really wanted the Krell Connect but as of now it doesn't support dsd either.
gsr's Avatar gsr 12:03 PM 07-01-2014
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Originally Posted by rhale64L7 View Post
I would be running this all through a Krell Foundation which with the new upgrade does Multichannel Dsd128 . I was thinking of the HA-1 or the Marantz 11si with the 103d. I really wanted the Krell Connect but as of now it doesn't support dsd either.
The HA-1 will not output DSD in a digital form. It will accept DSD as an input, but all of it's outputs are analog.
rdgrimes's Avatar rdgrimes 12:07 PM 07-01-2014
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Originally Posted by rhale64L7 View Post
I would be running this all through a Krell Foundation which with the new upgrade does Multichannel Dsd128 . I was thinking of the HA-1 or the Marantz 11si with the 103d. I really wanted the Krell Connect but as of now it doesn't support dsd either.
I hope you realize that the difference between these different flavors of DSD is comparable to the difference between you (in Ohio) hearing a gnat fart in California vs a gnat fart in Hawaii. Unless you've spent more on your speakers and hardware than most people spend on their houses, you can't hear it either way.
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