^ As I recall, V1.47f included some HDMI workarounds (timing adjustments) for certain problematic displays. Evidently that REDUCED HDMI robustness for more normal displays, so it was never advanced to Official status.
^ Hang on, didn't we already agree that your ARC Measurements were not taken correctly? I.e., moving the mic around in a circle of positions (after #1) instead of alternating either side of position #1, and before Phase adjusting your 4 subs?
Persistent Storage holds status data individual discs decide to save, and also holds stuff you "download" using the BD-Live feature of discs -- pretty much only trailers these days.
The idea is supposed to be that you Erase Persistent Storage to discard all those trailers and make room for more.
However, most people find they have more need to erase it to discard the status stuff left behind by discs. Supposedly the status stuff left behind by one disc can't impact the...
First, OPPO Tech Support frequently responds to emails even when "closed". Try emailing them.Second, have you tried volume trim for any of the other speakers? Does it work for those?Put a USB stick in the front port. Go into Setup > Device Setup > Configuration Management and save your settings to the USB stick.Then Reset Factory Defaults. Then power cycle the player. Now try again with for Center speaker volume trim starting from Factory Defaults. Does it work? ...
It's not really that simple. For example, older Blu-ray players (including older OPPOs, were licensed with what's called a DTS Essentials decoder, which limited certain formats. In addition, I'm pretty sure Denon Link is not licensed for all the audio formats that HDMI can carry.I can tell you that you can spend a bunch of time trying to analyze this without getting much closure. In many cases, the practical answer is to just get the OPPO and try it. OPPO has an easy 30...
^ When you use the HDMI cable for audio you are using digital audio -- which means the DACs (Digital to Analog Converters) in the player are not involved AT ALL.
If you intend to use HDMI for audio then get the 103 (or 103D).
If everything is working correctly, there should be no difference between HDMI LPCM output (audio decoded in the player) and HDMI Bitstream output (audio decoded in your Denon), but you can check for yourself to see if you hear a difference. If you...
Double-check that you haven't mixed up the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 outputs on the OPPO and that you are actually selecting the feed from HDMI 1 for video in the MRX. It is easy to get those two sockets confused.
The easiest way to check this of course is to just disconnect the HDMI 2 output from the OPPO. Just make sure you are disconnecting the right one.
Check that you have the latest firmware in the 103.
Try setting 3D Output to Forced in the OPPO.
^ Kinda-sorta. See the SECOND configuration described in this post on OPPO's Knowledge Base for the 105. (The 105D works the same way for this):
The idea is that you are configuring the Dedicated Stereo Analog outputs to produce full range output (and a stereo down-mix if you play multi-channel content). Meanwhile you are configuring the Sub analog output (which is actually part of the multi-channel set) to ALSO...
Anthem has asked that we not post Beta access info here. It's no big secret, but they want to keep some sort of track of who's using this stuff -- mostly to make sure users realize Beta firmware is NOT FINISHED YET and thus may come with unpleasant surprises.As for the lack of response, do check that email from Anthem isn't ending up in your spam or junk folder.Since your main concern seems to be with bass steering when playing stereo content it would probably be a good...
I believe I've stated more than once that Anthem has not published details on ARC's internals -- on how the calculation is done and the solution built. Since you seem to want closure, I'll be happy to oblige: "I don't know".--Bob