Originally Posted by i30krab
Quick question for someone in the know.
In the fully modified 983 unit with the DEXA D-Clock Reference Clock Upgrade, will the clock-to-data timing problem still be an issue for a firmware fix?
DEXA D-Clock Reference Clock Upgrade description:
The OEM Oppo master clock is a basic pierce oscillator which feeds directly into the ASIC
(DSP) chip . Phase noise and power supply injected noise here is high affecting all audio
and video formats with "jitter". The DEXA clock has an extremely low phase noise oscillator
(around 1.5 picoseconds Jitter RMS) and dramatically improves all areas of CD, SACD and
DVD playback. The ultra-low jitter and noise performance of the D-Clock immediately
releases impressive sound quality from the Oppo DV-983H & shifts the players tonality to
remove hardness & harshness; the overall frequency range is more natural and unforced.
Lower frequencies on CD/SACD/DVD playback have greater impact, weight and control.
Greater dimension is added to music and movies, vocals and instruments having improved
spatial qualities with a more solid, palpable feel. The DEXA clock has a very unique function
of isolating the clock signal ground to the power supply ground, so there is no ground loop,
and also there is no Mains Noise injection for the cleanest clock signal possible.
The DEXA D-Clock now eliminates the need for a dedicated (and costly) external
dedicated power supply due to its inherent mains/ground isolation topologies.
Highly Recommended by all means for the best audio and video performance