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My Tivo and Directv go thru the 103D. I use a Harmony One to turn everything off and on.

The 103D is easy, once everything boots, you have the Harmony send the command to make the Oppo choose input back or front. It takes about 14 seconds on my program, but my wife is used to that. Volume is still controlled by the AVR and she uses the Harmony for everything. Basically once the 103D turns on and is told an input, you dont have to tell it anything else.

Ditto - using Cablevison into 103D out to receiver - you can set the 103D to "last Input" and will stay @ HDMI rear.

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No offense taken, but remember: all things remain unchanged in my HT, the only change is the 62 changed to 103D. Watching the same scenes over and over again the 103D produces more ghosting than the 62. Still confused what causes that though.

Sounds very odd... I can't imagine it is a widespread problem, or many would have noticed by now (no mention of it in this thread until this page)... have you asked Oppo about it? Still be interested to know if anyone with a crosstalk-free display has noticed issues with the 103D.

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Quite honestly if I'm not so used to my 62 and not doing same-scene comparo, I may not be able to tell the difference.

The only reason I'm being this picky is only I'm writing a long-term review of the 103D. So far this is the only slight blemish from this otherwise perfect player.

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Not so happy with the 3D ghosting though (my $300 Elite 62 and $150 Sony 5100 have less ghosting than the Oppo 103D)

I just recieved and setup my new 103D and am quite pleased except I too have found more ghosting on 3D movies than from my old blu-ray player. I haven't done any real testing yet but think it my be the improved contrast levels that are making dark on light object ghosting more annoying.
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Ditto - using Cablevison into 103D out to receiver - you can set the 103D to "last Input" and will stay @ HDMI rear.

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Thanks for the info. I think if I hide the Directv remotes from them and make them use the harmony for a bit they will come to like it. We normally have to wait for the projector to warm up anyway so any delay caused by the Oppo booting up should not be too noticeable.

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I know that the Darbee processing achieves the best results when used with a high quality source such as Blu-ray or HD Cable, but how does the 103D do with standard definition dvd upscaling, using darbee or otherwise? I am just wondering if it will still make sd dvds look their best as Oppos are known for.

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I know that the Darbee processing achieves the best results when used with a high quality source such as Blu-ray or HD Cable, but how does the 103D do with standard definition dvd upscaling, using darbee or otherwise? I am just wondering if it will still make sd dvds look their best as Oppos are known for.

On a scale of 1 to something, how would we pick a number?

I think DVDs look about as good as they did with the old 983H and BDP-83 players, which was very fine.

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On a scale of 1 to something, how would we pick a number?

I think DVDs look about as good as they did with the old 983H and BDP-83 players, which was very fine.

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Fair enough. Sounds good, thanks. I just wanted to make sure that the Darbee editions weren't lacking in this area as I imagine that DVD quality isn't the primary function of the darbee processing and I don't know too much about VRS. Encouraging to know that they still hold their own in this regard as there are some titles that may never come out on Blu-ray. Thanks again.

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Invictus87, I was testing out DVD playback using Darbee last night and found that it did make a nice difference at a lower setting (30-40). My impression so far is that the BDP-103D does an excellent job upconverting the DVD image, based of course on the original quality of the encoding, while the Darbee can be turned on to add a little extra detail without to much negative artifacting. One thing I'm really impressed with is the quality of YouTube displayed by the BDP-103D. The streaming works smoother and looks greater than on my other devices. Have not tried Netflix streaming yet but hope it will be as good. So far 3D ghosting is the only negative I've discovered.
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My Tivo and Directv go thru the 103D. I use a Harmony One to turn everything off and on.

The 103D is easy, once everything boots, you have the Harmony send the command to make the Oppo choose input back or front. It takes about 14 seconds on my program, but my wife is used to that. Volume is still controlled by the AVR and she uses the Harmony for everything. Basically once the 103D turns on and is told an input, you dont have to tell it anything else.

Consider yourself fortunate. 14 seconds is about 12 seconds too long in my house!rolleyes.gif
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I love it great improvement on a ten feet wide screen :)

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Consider yourself fortunate. 14 seconds is about 12 seconds too long in my house!rolleyes.gif

Well, the remember last input would work great, but since I use both inputs, no joy for me.

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New version Oppo 105D Darbee edition


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Can anyone comment on Darbee improvements (if any) on Netlfix/Hulu streaming?
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My Tivo and Directv go thru the 103D. I use a Harmony One to turn everything off and on.

The 103D is easy, once everything boots, you have the Harmony send the command to make the Oppo choose input back or front. It takes about 14 seconds on my program, but my wife is used to that. Volume is still controlled by the AVR and she uses the Harmony for everything. Basically once the 103D turns on and is told an input, you dont have to tell it anything else.

Another issue when going DVR->103D->AVR-> is that there is a big delay in in getting the audio out. Not important at start-up, but quite annoying when jumping forward and back.
DVR->AVR->103d->Display is better, but that causes an HDMI loop for some (including me).
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Can anyone comment on Darbee improvements (if any) on Netlfix/Hulu streaming?

Received/setup 103D today and was impressed with Darbee processing of Netflix. Also, pleased to see that my OPPO Netflix app was at 1080P within 20-30 seconds and held steady throughout a movie (I support via Wifi with a 20mps feed from TWC).

But after a firmware update this afternoon, I can't pause and confirm Darbee processing on the Netflix app. Picture doesn't appear to have the Darbee processing. I'm not positive that before the update that I could pause and set Darbee; but I believe that I could.

Additionally, I'm surprised that I can't output 4K from the 103D to my F9000 Samsung. I set the 103D for 4K upconversion, even tried making it mandatory; but the F9000 shows that it's receiving 1080P. Don't know that the 103D upconversion would be better (Samsung is excellent); but I wanted to compare. I've read reviews that compared the OPPO 103 upconversion going to the Samsung with the set's native scaling; so at least I know that the 103 will do it. I do know that the 103 uses a different chip, versus the 103D, for upconversion to 2160P.

Any input would be appreciated.
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Another issue when going DVR->103D->AVR-> is that there is a big delay in in getting the audio out. Not important at start-up, but quite annoying when jumping forward and back.
DVR->AVR->103d->Display is better, but that causes an HDMI loop for some (including me).

I plan to take my AVR out of the loop and run directly to my amp from the multi-channel output.

If you have multi-channel input on your AVR you could avoid the HDMI loop by connecting the multu-out on the Oppo to the multi-in on your AVR.

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Another issue when going DVR->103D->AVR-> is that there is a big delay in in getting the audio out. Not important at start-up, but quite annoying when jumping forward and back.
DVR->AVR->103d->Display is better, but that causes an HDMI loop for some (including me).


I had this issue with an Onkyo AVR, but now with the Denon and Outlaw amp, when I come out of trickplay with the DVR, the audio picks right up.

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But after a firmware update this afternoon, I can't pause and confirm Darbee processing on the Netflix app. Picture doesn't appear to have the Darbee processing. I'm not positive that before the update that I could pause and set Darbee; but I believe that I could.

I don't think so ... once In the Netflix app you have no access to the Darbee or other functions until you exit. I don't think that has changed.
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That has always been the case. One you are in a streaming application, you are locked out of OPPO specific menus functions, which includes the Darbee overlay. You need to change the settings at the Home Menu prior to loading the app.
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Additionally, I'm surprised that I can't output 4K from the 103D to my F9000 Samsung. I set the 103D for 4K upconversion, even tried making it mandatory; but the F9000 shows that it's receiving 1080P. Don't know that the 103D upconversion would be better (Samsung is excellent); but I wanted to compare. I've read reviews that compared the OPPO 103 upconversion going to the Samsung with the set's native scaling; so at least I know that the 103 will do it. I do know that the 103 uses a different chip, versus the 103D, for upconversion to 2160P.

Ensure tat you are using HDMI 1 and not HDMI 2.

Ensure that you have set the Output Resolution to 4Kx2K.

Ensure that you have 4K Output set to FORCED.

Ensure that you are using the latest Official Firmware.

Ensure that you are playing a 24Hz source. The player does 4K at 24Hz, so the Home Menu and streaming applications will be 1080p. Try a Blu-ray and see if you get 4K output.
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I plan to take my AVR out of the loop and run directly to my amp from the multi-channel output.

If you have multi-channel input on your AVR you could avoid the HDMI loop by connecting the multu-out on the Oppo to the multi-in on your AVR.

Is there a downside to hooking up the audio this way vs hdmi other than having to use 7 cables vs 1?
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Is there a downside to hooking up the audio this way vs hdmi other than having to use 7 cables vs 1?
Many AVR's won't digitize and apply processing such as room correction and bass management to multichannel analog inputs.
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Many AVR's won't digitize and apply processing such as room correction and bass management to multichannel analog inputs.

Thanks, I knew I remembered reading that there was some reason I didn't want to go this way.  I'll have to go back and check my Yamaha manual but I suspect I will have that issue as well.

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Regarding 3D and ghosting, I have seen it on a couple of discs with the 103D and pro cal'd Panasonic 65VT60. However, I have yet to compare it to another 3D player. Jurassic Park 3D in particular is almost unwatchable on my display as the ghosting is so bad, but I have heard this disc does give some 'active' displays issues because of the way the disc is encoded (doesn't surprise me with Universal lol). I see very slight occasional ghosting with The Hobbit extended 3D version, as well.

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Thanks to Neuromancer and WestCDA for above inputs. Good to know that at least previously selected Darbee settings are applied to streaming functions. Guessing that will also apply when/if I run my HR24 DTV into rear HDMI input. Observation to date is that Darbee has a very positive impact on discs. I'll confirm tomorrow that the 103D does output 4k with Blu Ray.

I got the F9000 a couple weeks ago, the 103D this morning; and started yesterday programming a Harmony Ultimate remote along with changing half my connections. So, my mind is spinning a little.
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