Here's my experience:
TLDR;turn HDMI subsampling off / on if snow on screen
(Note that my system was working perfectly before the swap)
- Denon AVR-X6200W AVR w/latest firmware
- Vizio P75-C1 w/3.06 firmware
I unboxed the 203 and swapped it in for the K8500. I was immediately in love with the industrial brushed metal look - it perfectly matches my AVR and amp.
I turned the system on but when the 203 came on and the LCD lit up, it was unresponsive. I couldn't even eject the tray. So I pulled the plug and turned it on again with success. I was met with a full screen of snow, with a very faint box in the background. I power cycled the whole system and saw the same thing. Odd, I never had cable issues before. So I swapped it out for the included Oppo cable...same result. Oh man...is my new toy DOA? Let's go straight from the 203 to the P75. Bingo! Ok, so the 203 isn't dead, and this cable is (still) good. Let's leave it plugged in like this and do the firmware update that it's prompting me on-screen for. DHCP was picked up over the WiFi Bridge it's plugged into. Update completes, 203 reboots, and all looks well.
Plug everything in where it belongs, sit and scratch my head, and then it hit me - to enable HDR when using K8500->6200->P75 I had to ENABLE HDMI Subsampling
on that input port on the P75. Turn that back off and Bingo! Turn it back on and snow.
So I suspect that by default, the Oppo outputs a slightly different signal. No idea if that's good or bad, but putting subsampling back to default (off) allows HDR as I just tested below.
Finally, I nuked all devices from my trusty old Logitech Harmony 650 and updated them with what I currently have. I used the UDP-203 entry as someone else did earlier and everything seems to be working - at least for basic playback.
Originally Posted by gadgtfreek
My copy of Bat v Supe UHD, which played fine in the Panny, says unknown in the Oppo and will not play.
Not sure if anyone else can test.
UHD - From when the drawer started closing until I heard the first sound of the WB theme was 24.91 seconds. Skipped forward to some action and wow...does my home theater just shine now...