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I recently just got the 103D, upgrading from the Panasonic BDT310. I will be using it with the Sony vw350es and am curious if the 103D is necessary if I use the 350es for upscaling. Someone mentioned in another thread that the Oppo possibly only upscales to UHD in 30fps vs the 350es in 60fps. With that, i'd plug the Oppo into my Denon x7200 and set it to 1080P.

If I go with the 350es for upscaling, does the Oppo have other advantages over the Panasonic. I would assume that since the Oppo is reference, maybe the 350es will start with a better 1080p picture.

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I recently just got the 103D, upgrading from the Panasonic BDT310. I will be using it with the Sony vw350es and am curious if the 103D is necessary if I use the 350es for upscaling. Someone mentioned in another thread that the Oppo possibly only upscales to UHD in 30fps vs the 350es in 60fps. With that, i'd plug the Oppo into my Denon x7200 and set it to 1080P.

If I go with the 350es for upscaling, does the Oppo have other advantages over the Panasonic. I would assume that since the Oppo is reference, maybe the 350es will start with a better 1080p picture.

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Hi ,

The 103D , would be your best choice , video upscaling
is not the same as video processing.

The 103D would more than likely complement your setup.

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Hi ,

The 103D , would be your best choice , video upscaling
is not the same as video processing.

The 103D would more than likely complement your setup.

Later

Gary 
Perfect and thanks! It sure does look pretty in my OmniMount RE27!
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^ The 103D can upscale video rate content to 4K/60 output, using YCbCr 4:2:0 format, to a 4K display which can accept that.

This was added in firmware last year.

See the 4K Output setting in the Manual.
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