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I wonder what they updated ? My manual is version 1.1 and 90 pages. The updated manual is version 1.2 and 90 pages. Thanks for the update Bob. Maybe this weekend I'll skim over them both at the same time and try and figure out what they updated just out of curiosity. It would have been nice if they posted it along with the update link.
If you look at the first post in this thread, it lists most of the changes that are made from firmware revisions.
Most likely that is the cause of the updated online manual, to include those changes and added features where applicable.

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I wonder what they updated ? My manual is version 1.1 and 90 pages. The updated manual is version 1.2 and 90 pages. Thanks for the update Bob. Maybe this weekend I'll skim over them both at the same time and try and figure out what they updated just out of curiosity. It would have been nice if they posted it along with the update link.
thanks for this info...the manual that came with my player last week is v.1.2.
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Official OPPO BDP-103D (Darbee Edition) Owner's Thread

^^ Actually, the new 103D manual is Ver 1.2.1. I think Oppo forgot to update the second to the last page of the manual to reflect their new revision. The filename of the pdf file says "....._v1.2.1.pdf". Same thing for the 105 and the 103. Their updated manuals are ver 1.8.1 (based on the filename), and their previous versions were 1.8, but both of their latest manuals still show Ver 1.8 on the second to last page.

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Is there a way to turn off the lights that turn on and flash in the back of the Oppo when it's connected to a LAN?
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Is there a way to turn off the lights that turn on and flash in the back of the Oppo when it's connected to a LAN?
No, not that I've heard. Use black tape if it bothers you.

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No, not that I've heard. Use black tape if it bothers you.

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That's a standard to show you've got connectivity. I've never seen that suppressed.
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That's a standard to show you've got connectivity. I've never seen that suppressed.
My HP Pro Curve switches have a setting that will turn off all lights on the switch, but the Oppo players don't have such a setting. There would be no harm in sending Oppo a suggestion, though there may be hardware limitations that make this impossible on the current product line.
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My HP Pro Curve switches have a setting that will turn off all lights on the switch, but the Oppo players don't have such a setting. There would be no harm in sending Oppo a suggestion, though there may be hardware limitations that make this impossible on the current product line.
Huh... you live and learn...

As part of network design I work with mil grade switches and routers and have for years, never saw that option.

I guess I never dealt with home routers / switches outside of my own. Dangerous option to me, but if the leds are causing issues and you're aware that you have them off, then... Ok.
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