Here is strange thing when I turn on the 103:
When I turn on the 103 where you see all the icons such as Netflix, Vudu, etc., the screen is really fuzzy or snowy image. It looks like you are watching a tv but you are not getting any reception. I can barely see all the icon images.
However, when I change the Resolution from AUTO to 1080i, it fixed the problem and the screen is clean with no snow picture. My DLP projector is a 1080p resolution so I don't understand why the 103 does not like either the AUTO or the 1080p selection.
AUTO uses whatever output format the next device in the HDMI chain reports as its "preferred" form of input. Evidently your TV or AVR (whichever is cabled from the OPPO) is publishing something that isn't working.
Just set the OPPO to an explicit resolution and you'll be good to go.
Another possibility here is that your TV is asking for 1080p -- perhaps with added Deep Color bandwidth -- and your HDMI cable is not able to handle it. "Sparklies" in the video is a classic sign of bit drop out due to cable problems. Start by setting Deep Color OFF with 1080i. Then try 1080p. Then try turning on Deep Color (still with 1080p). If the video problem appears, and you know the TV should be able to accept that, then you need to see to your cabling. Check your TV manual for what it should be able to accept.
HDMI is an end to end protocol, so any HDMI cable between the OPPO and the TV could be the problem. If you have any adapters, wall plates, HDMI switches, HDMI gizmos, or daisy-chained HDMI cables in the path, that alone could be the problem.