Originally Posted by globalnomad
Thanks for the suggestion, Bob. I tried unplugging everything and didn't get any response. I'm sending OPPO this email:
First - thank you for the fantastic player (the 103). However, today I've run into a problem I can't seem to fix.
To start, only yesterday everything was working perfectly. I played an audio CD, streamed music from my SMB share, and watched an MKV file from an attached USB drive.
Today, though, I can't get the player to boot to the home screen. Instead, it hangs when the LCD screen says "OPPO" after "HELLO," and my TV (connected via HDMI1) displays the OPPO and Blu-ray Disc logo. This problem started with an audio disc in the device. I have since removed it.
I have the latest 1220 firmware and I reset factory defaults after updating. My device is set to Energy Saver mode, not Quick Start. I connect my HDMI1 out directly to the TV and my 2.0 analog outs to a micromega HD amplifier (model IA-60). HDMI audio is turned off in the settings.
Through experimenting I have discovered the following odd aspects of my problem:
1. Disconnecting all connections from their destinations (ie. the HDMI from the TV and ethernet from the router) except for my 2.0 analog audio outs (as they are the hardest to reach) had no effect: the problem persists. (I don't see any reaction to the Home, Netflix, or Vudu buttons on the LCD screen).
2. Disconnecting the power cord for several minutes, reconnecting, and rebooting had no effect.
3. When the "HELLO" shows on the LCD, my screen shows me the resolution as 1920x1080i@60Hz. Once the LCD screen shows "OPPO", my TV refreshes and the resolution is 1920x1080@60Hz (not sure if that's a big deal, but I thought I would include it).
4. The remote functions for both ejecting the disc drawer and powering on and off the unit.
5. The eject button on the device does not work consistently. In fact, it seems to work only once per power-on.
6. Despite 4/5 above, there have been occasions where the open disc drive is unresponsive to the remote and the on-device button, and I must shutdown the device (responsive to the remote and device) and reboot (again responsive to the remote and device) in order to close the disc tray.
7. I tried to load a blu-ray (Firefly Series, Disc 1) when I opened the disc drive to see if the 103 would read it. It clearly spun the disc, but did not register it and "OPPO" persisted on the LCD screen.
That sums up the experimentation I have conducted. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.