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Entry into the service menu does not void the warranty but screwing something up while you're in there sure can. The process of checking hours in the SM does not lend itself to altering any of the software so I'm not too worried about it. The hardest part is finding the procedure telling you how to do it.

Does it matter having the most accurate hours count? Have you not seen some of the people in this thread? tongue.gif

Excellent video that will help you work in your service menu.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBhUnStnKAA

PS: I personally would be terrified to go into the menu - one wrong move and you might have a brick - but for the the more adventurous and knowledgeable - GOOD LUCK

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It was harrowing, but I did manage to go in there to check hours shortly after ownership. I also changed the VSUS value to try to revive a dead subpixel to no avail. My set came out alive fortunately. wink.gif
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It was harrowing, but I did manage to go in there to check hours shortly after ownership. I also changed the VSUS value to try to revive a dead subpixel to no avail. My set came out alive fortunately. wink.gif

This is not for the faint of heart - one wrong move and you are a Samsung Owner!

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Excellent video that will help you work in your service menu.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBhUnStnKAA

PS: I personally would be terrified to go into the menu - one wrong move and you might have a brick - but for the the more adventurous and knowledgeable - GOOD LUCK

The TV and remote in the video look a lot like my V10.
I won't be going there. Don't want to brick my ZT.
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Does anyone have any experience with the Oppo 103D with their ZT? I'm using the Panasonic 330 and was wondering if it would be largely beneficial to make the jump to a higher end player. Even if it was the Oppo without the Darbee feature I'm still very interested. Will I notice a huge difference? My set has been professionally calibrated. Just wanted to say in advance that this forum has been a tremendous resource throughout the years with all the different components I've gone through. Everyone is super cool and helpful and it goes without saying that I'm thankful for all the useful responses I've gotten to my many questions both public and private.
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If you watch predominately Blu-rays, no, you won't see much, if any, difference. I would recommend splurging for the Darbee edition to give it a 30-day risk tree trial, as that is the one most likely to give you visual benefit (YMMV).
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Does anyone have any experience with the Oppo 103D with their ZT? I'm using the Panasonic 330 and was wondering if it would be largely beneficial to make the jump to a higher end player. Even if it was the Oppo without the Darbee feature I'm still very interested. Will I notice a huge difference? My set has been professionally calibrated. Just wanted to say in advance that this forum has been a tremendous resource throughout the years with all the different components I've gone through. Everyone is super cool and helpful and it goes without saying that I'm thankful for all the useful responses I've gotten to my many questions both public and private.


The main difference that you will notice is the up conversion of SD DVD's. Oppo has a very good up conversion. Also if you choose to use it with your cable/satellite provider, you may or may not notice any difference. For Bluray playback, it is highly doubtful you will notice any difference either. If you get the 103D, you will notice a difference in pic quality from HD/Bluray using the Darbee. Everything will seem sharper. Don't expect to see a difference with SD channels.

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Does anyone have any experience with the Oppo 103D with their ZT? I'm using the Panasonic 330 and was wondering if it would be largely beneficial to make the jump to a higher end player. Even if it was the Oppo without the Darbee feature I'm still very interested. Will I notice a huge difference? My set has been professionally calibrated. Just wanted to say in advance that this forum has been a tremendous resource throughout the years with all the different components I've gone through. Everyone is super cool and helpful and it goes without saying that I'm thankful for all the useful responses I've gotten to my many questions both public and private.
I have a Oppo 103D with a 65" ZT60. It makes a subtle difference on Blu-rays. I like it. I have it dialed in at 30. Also makes a difference on some of the movies and TV shows you stream on Netflix with your 103D. Try it.
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The main difference that you will notice is the up conversion of SD DVD's. Oppo has a very good up conversion. Also if you choose to use it with your cable/satellite provider, you may or may not notice any difference. For Bluray playback, it is highly doubtful you will notice any difference either. If you get the 103D, you will notice a difference in pic quality from HD/Bluray using the Darbee. Everything will seem sharper. Don't expect to see a difference with SD channels.

How would I run my cable box into an Oppo 103D and get sound through my receiver? Currently I have my bluray player going directly into my ZT and the 2nd hdmi port (on the bluray player) going into my receiver. My cable box also goes into my receiver. If I were to get the Oppo, I'd have to plug it in the same way as my current player since my receiver isn't 3D compatible. I'd love to get a better cable picture. How does the Oppo help with this? I suppose I could be asking this in the Oppo thread but it's nice talking to people who are using the same television.
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Hi guys ,i,ve just joined today,i, from the uk,i received my new ZT60 yesterday and i,m loving it,my sequential number is E04323 and my serial number is 3620019 can anyone tell me when it was built please?

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Hi guys ,i,ve just joined today,i, from the uk,i received my new ZT60 yesterday and i,m loving it,my sequential number is E04323 and my serial number is 3620019 can anyone tell me when it was built please?
is it important:p

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Well important as in life or death ? then the answer is no,but hey thanks for the really informative  reply !!:)

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Well important as in life or death ? then the answer is no,but hey thanks for the really informative  reply !!smile.gif
only playing all the best with the new set:)

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Hi guys ,i,ve just joined today,i, from the uk,i received my new ZT60 yesterday and i,m loving it,my sequential number is E04323 and my serial number is 3620019 can anyone tell me when it was built please?

Welcome to the Forum. Bob should be around soon and may be able to tell you. But, not sure he can tell since you have a UK version. If you search back through this thread, you'll find what the number mean for the US builds.

But does your set have another sticker with the month and year? The US versions have stickler with month and year the set was built. For example, mine states May 2013. The serial number will give the exact day of the year the set was built.
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How would I run my cable box into an Oppo 103D and get sound through my receiver? Currently I have my bluray player going directly into my ZT and the 2nd hdmi port (on the bluray player) going into my receiver. My cable box also goes into my receiver. If I were to get the Oppo, I'd have to plug it in the same way as my current player since my receiver isn't 3D compatible. I'd love to get a better cable picture. How does the Oppo help with this? I suppose I could be asking this in the Oppo thread but it's nice talking to people who are using the same television.

Yes it does improve the picture using the Darbee. Run cable box to Oppo HDMI in, video out to ZT via HDMI 1 out - audio out via HDMI 2 out to AVR

ALL this information is on the 103D Thread with in-depth information available in the owners manual

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1492940/official-oppo-bdp-103d-darbee-edition-owners-thread

and FAQ's here @ Unofficial OPPO BDP-103 Frequently Asked Questions

http://watershade.net/wmcclain/BDP-103-faq.html
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Hi there,and thanks for your reply,my set does not have a sticker with the date on it,i must say i,m loving this set though,massive upgrade from my 50in GT60:)

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Hi guys ,i,ve just joined today,i, from the uk,i received my new ZT60 yesterday and i,m loving it,my sequential number is E04323 and my serial number is 3620019 can anyone tell me when it was built please?


The North America formula doesn't work for the EU - this is the formula:

In case you don't know the first four numbers of your serial number represent the the year (3) and the next three the day of the year - I'm 3191 which means 2013 - July 10th - 191st day of the year.
Serial # 3191 is July 10th 191st day of the year - Panel A8576 My panel 65zt
Serial # 3290 is October 17th. 290 day of the year - Panel A12650

the highest panel #'s we have report here are:

A16781 – December 4 - 65ZT60
A16796 – December

Another EU owner shared this info last week -

The serial # is 3520092 which according to your decoding of the serial would mean it was built on the 520th day of 2013... tongue.gif
Finally the sequential # E03052 where I guess E stands for EU.

In NA the build date is on a sticker on the rear panel - I also believe it is on the Box (?)

If you find out the build date please let us know - we are just trying to figure out how many ZT's were manufactured!

Congratulations and Enjoy!
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Bob,thanks very much for a very detailed reply,i,ll keep on digging:)

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Bob,thanks very much for a very detailed reply,i,ll keep on digging:)

I think someone posted how to read your serial number a while back, if not here then possibly in this thread.
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I'd love to get a better cable picture. How does the Oppo help with this? I suppose I could be asking this in the Oppo thread but it's nice talking to people who are using the same television.
You've got the cart before the horse. Go to the OPPO 103D thread and all will be reviled revealed. wink.gif
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You've got the cart before the horse. Go to the OPPO 103D thread and all will be reviled. wink.gif

Dang, sounds like they are pretty nasty over there!
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I am heading out to BB today and needed some advice while you guys are discussing BD players. I see very good reviews for the Sony S790 and was planning on grabbing it today. I have 150$ Gift card and 10% off. I was going to grab a PS4 But don't want to spend any extra money so that's out.I do have a PS3 but don't like running it all the time for movies. Any other BD players I should look at in comparison to the Sony? I also so high regards for LGs BP730 but it's a little more and hear it runs a little noisy according to reviews. The Samsung BD player we have in the house was a bargain BD 2D only player. Originally 120$ got it for 48$ But it runs quite loud. The OB ZT fans are a little on the loud side but this thing dumbs out that noise while it's running.
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Any mid to high range unit from Sony, Samsung, Panasonic or LG should get the job done. None will offer better picture quality than your PS3 (or each other for that matter) so just make a list of the features you want (I.e. 3D, streaming apps) and pull the trigger. Too bad BB doesn't sell Oppo.

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On the OPPO103 thread, I just found out that the Magnolia stores do. Have at it!
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Yes it does improve the picture using the Darbee. Run cable box to Oppo HDMI in, video out to ZT via HDMI 1 out - audio out via HDMI 2 out to AVR

ALL this information is on the 103D Thread with in-depth information available in the owners manual

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1492940/official-oppo-bdp-103d-darbee-edition-owners-thread

and FAQ's here @ Unofficial OPPO BDP-103 Frequently Asked Questions

http://watershade.net/wmcclain/BDP-103-faq.html

I have a Darbee 5000 which for the present is just processing my cable viewing. i am debating whether to buy an HDMI switch or feed the cable to my darbeeless Oppo 105 and then put the Darbee between my Oppo and my ZT60. My ARCAM AVR is not 3D capable. With either alternative I am considering, I run the risk of handshake issues and complicating my use of my harmony remote. I already have handshake issues with the Oppo ARCAM and Panny TV and don't want to make things worse.
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I would strongly consider the Oppo 103, excellent unit.  A little more but one of the best out there.  Magnolia has them.

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Having just looked at a Oppo BDP103D, whats the reason these players are £599? Whats so different to a £150 Panasonic DMP-BDT330EB if....
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Any mid to high range unit from Sony, Samsung, Panasonic or LG should get the job done. None will offer better picture quality than your PS3 (or each other for that matter) so just make a list of the features you want (I.e. 3D, streaming apps) and pull the trigger.

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Don't get me wrong, the Oppo is one damn fine slick looking player.
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You've got the cart before the horse. Go to the OPPO 103D thread and all will be revealed. wink.gif

Dang, sounds like they are pretty nasty over there!
They are! They are! eek.gif
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Any mid to high range unit from Sony, Samsung, Panasonic or LG should get the job done. None will offer better picture quality than your PS3 (or each other for that matter) so just make a list of the features you want (I.e. 3D, streaming apps) and pull the trigger.

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Don't get me wrong, the Oppo is one damn fine slick looking player.
You can read about OPPO features in the FAQ linked in the first post of either the 103 or 103D owner's threads. It's off topic here. smile.gif
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Saw this today. Nice final send off review for the ZT60. http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/zt-201403233655.htm
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