Yes. It's in the manual.Both HDMI and optical/coax have LPCM output settings under Setup -> Audio Format SetupFor follow-up, try the BDP-95 thread: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1311806/official-oppo-bdp-95-owners-thread-Bill
In theory, they are the same. LPCM is the uncompressed original. DTS-HD Master is a losslessly compressed version of the same. When it is uncompressed it should produce the same LPCM. (I say "in theory" and "should" because we don't know what went on in the lab when these were created. Could some tracks have been tweaked differently than others?)If you are using HDMI to your receiver:LPCM has to be sent to your receiver as such.DTS-HD Master can either be sent as is (if...
Correct! Review: Thief (1981)Yes, the Criterion Blu-ray. Much of the film is dark and in nighttime settings, which never looks really excellent on Blu-ray. But apart from that, I think it is pretty fine.-Bill
Thief (1981), directed by Michael Mann.
He spent his youth in prison, surviving by being unattached and not caring whether he lived or died. Now he's out, a successful businessman and master diamond thief in a hurry. He wants a life: wife, child, everything he missed.
That's the tragic flaw: attachments make you vulnerable. The problem with crime is the people you have to deal with, and when they try to use his "life" as leverage to control him, he has to burn it all...
If I remember I will check next time I'm using it, but the notion that your player is busted because the Hue control works in a different direction than you expect...is not plausible.Anyway: the standard advice is to leave those controls at zero and make calibration adjustments in the display.-Bill