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post #1741 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Brian-HD View Post

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Originally Posted by dmusoke View Post

I'm confused ...do you regret the decision?

It was my first Oppo.

 

Brian, i'm still confused as you indicated that you were sad when you sold(?) your 83SE(?) and bought the 105. Hence my question as to whether you regretted the whole thing.

 

OTOH, do you mean that you miss your 83SE since it was your first Oppo and was sad to let it go?

post #1742 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Doug Blackburn View Post

It's as if the 105 was not on the network until there was a "live" HDMI connection to the 105. Not sure why that would be required since you might be using the analog outputs or coax to get your music from the 105. Perhaps there's something Oppo could do in a future firmware release to put the 105 "online" even if there isn't a "live" HDMI connection to the 105. I have not tried this with no HDMI connection to the 105 (no HDMI cable).

I am using analog out with no HDMI and cannot see the 105 using WMP or Foobar. From your post it appears it is not possible to push content to the player without a live HDMI connection--no wonder I couldn't see the player. I did confirm the player works when pulling music from a server but that was when I first connected it to my network and was using a monitor to set up the player. For those not using a monitor I guess it means it is not possible to push content to the player. What a shame.
post #1743 of 10181
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Originally Posted by boyce89976 View Post

That's hilarious, D! I was a little nervous firing up XLD tonight for the first time too, but not as nervous as I'd have been if on a PC instead of a MAC. It's taken about 40 mins so far, with 4 songs completed and 4 about 1/2 way done... it's going to be time-intensive converting everything to FLAC, but hopefully worth it!
On another note, I have a dongle that converts the iPod dock connection to HDMI which I can use connected to one of the HDMI inputs on my AVM50, and it sounds okay playing Apple Lossless, but not quite what I think it could sound like using a better format via HDMI into the AVM50 or into the 105 using USB.

Boyce,
Thank you. Glad it was working. I am not an expert on these things but did do some research last year when I started ripping the CDs again I found the folks over at the Computer Audiophile forum to be very helpful. I think I turned off the "Verify Suspicious Sectors" as it makes the rips take a long time. So far I've not had any trouble with that but that is just me and my aging hearing. I've never had any problems ripping outside of it seemed like I was wearing out the drive. I switched to an external for this. That could just be me but I wanted to save the one on my MBP which does my ripping.

Oh, XLD will transcode from AIFF to FLAC just fine.
post #1744 of 10181
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Originally Posted by stevepow View Post

dBPoweramp and it's assorted suit of tools is fantastic. I'd call it a must have on Windows for managing a CD collection.

+1
post #1745 of 10181
I have a strange problem. I'm using my 105 in a home office to listen to CDs/SACDs/music from my computer while I work. The volume level when listening to computer files (via the USB DAC) is fine. I can adjust it exactly where I want it. However, when listening to a CD or Pandora, I have put the volume all the way down to 1 and it is still a little loud, as it can be heard out in our great room where my wife and son spend most of the day while I am working. I have the 105 connected directly to an Emotiva XPA-3 and am using a very small pair of old Polk bookshelf speakers. Is there any way to fine tune the volume increments?

I realize I can use headphones (that is one of the reasons why I opted for the 105), but wearing headphones all day becomes uncomfortable.
post #1746 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Jaguar67 View Post

I have a strange problem. I'm using my 105 in a home office to listen to CDs/SACDs/music from my computer while I work. The volume level when listening to computer files (via the USB DAC) is fine. I can adjust it exactly where I want it. However, when listening to a CD or Pandora, I have put the volume all the way down to 1 and it is still a little loud, as it can be heard out in our great room where my wife and son spend most of the day while I am working. I have the 105 connected directly to an Emotiva XPA-3 and am using a very small pair of old Polk bookshelf speakers. Is there any way to fine tune the volume increments?

I realize I can use headphones (that is one of the reasons why I opted for the 105), but wearing headphones all day becomes uncomfortable.

 

You could use a line level attenuator in the signal lines from the 105 to the XPA-3. 3dB should do it.

 

 

   

post #1747 of 10181
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Originally Posted by RichB View Post


I have had no luck getting the Foobar 2000 to find the 105.
- Rich

Did you notice my earlier post about how I set foobar up to use the 105 as a renderer? Once you have the upnp addin in it's pretty quick and simple. You have to open up the actual upnp controler window which is a completely new and different window than you've probably used before. Even though the plugin has a controller, server and renderer aspect to it the controler setup is completely different than the server and renderer setup. Look for my previous post. As long as both your computer (with foobar) and the oppo are are the same network it should work pretty easily.
post #1748 of 10181
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Originally Posted by tme110 View Post

Did you notice my earlier post about how I set foobar up to use the 105 as a renderer? Once you have the upnp addin in it's pretty quick and simple. You have to open up the actual upnp controler window which is a completely new and different window than you've probably used before. Even though the plugin has a controller, server and renderer aspect to it the controler setup is completely different than the server and renderer setup. Look for my previous post. As long as both your computer (with foobar) and the oppo are are the same network it should work pretty easily.

According to Doug Blackburn's post [URL=http://www.avsforum.com/t/1439524/official-oppo-bdp-105-owners-thread/1710#post_22745957 (post #1726) it appears the player does not appear on the network without a live HDMI connection.

I am using analog out only and both WMP and Foobar do not show the player available via the network for pushing content. Have you tried to push content to the player without the player using an HDMI connection?
Edited by jeff52 - 12/27/12 at 9:39am
post #1749 of 10181
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Originally Posted by jeff52 View Post

According to Doug Blackburn's post [URL=http://www.avsforum.com/t/1439524/official-oppo-bdp-105-owners-thread/1710#post_22745957 (post #1726) it appears the player does not appear on the network without a live HDMI connection.
I am using analog out only and both WMP and Foobar do not show the player available via the network for pushing content. Have you tried to push content to the player without the player using an HDMI connection?

If you are using Foobar and the player as a server, you do not need an HDMI cable, period, in order to see the server available in your Network. If you are using Foobar as a renderer, you will need a plug-in, as stated above.
post #1750 of 10181
Sorry for the late answers but here it is:
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Originally Posted by fenario View Post

Is it possible to turn on the 105 (with no disk) and after it is booted, then push audio through DLNA via say foobar and have the oppo automaticly detect and play the stream without having to interact with the GUI? Thanks.

Yes if you have a controller. I use Bubble uPnP on my phone, but I think that foobar2000 and windows media player can do the "play to" stuff without a phone. I can even turn the OPPO on with their Android App if the player is in "fast boot" mode instead of "energy saver".
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Originally Posted by tme110 View Post

Thanks. I posted yesterday I think that I was working through this myself. I got it to work but it wasn't that great. Only proof of concept. Were you using the basic uPNP plugin for foobar? I have an iphone and used kinsky as my renderer control point but like I said it only 'worked' but not usably well. I couldn't find bubble listed for iOS.
for a different type of connection:
Granted using the phone to control music (or a computer) when a computer is connected to the oppo is pretty easy. You get out of having to have your TV on but you still need the computer hooked up.

What problems did you have? The only bug I have is that sometimes if there is any network problem, the OPPO will freeze and needs a hard reboot (it has to be in energy saving mode and powered off).
post #1751 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Perpendicular View Post

If you are using Foobar and the player as a server, you do not need an HDMI cable, period, in order to see the server available in your Network. If you are using Foobar as a renderer, you will need a plug-in, as stated above.

As I previously stated I can pull music from a server. The Foobar plug-in is installed and I am using Foobar as a controller. I add songs to the Controller playback queue but the Oppo does not show as a device on the network. Other devices do appear via the controller window but not the Oppo. The same thing occurs when using Play To with WMP. I will try this again tonight, but something is obviously not working properly.
post #1752 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Perpendicular View Post

If you are using Foobar and the player as a server, you do not need an HDMI cable, period, in order to see the server available in your Network. If you are using Foobar as a renderer, you will need a plug-in, as stated above.

I'll have to eat my words. Apparently, one does need to have this plug-in http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_upnp in order to use Foobar as a Server too. I just noticed that I have it listed as one of my installed components. biggrin.gif
post #1753 of 10181
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Originally Posted by jeff52 View Post

As I previously stated I can pull music from a server. The Foobar plug-in is installed and I am using Foobar as a controller. I add songs to the Controller playback queue but the Oppo does not show as a device on the network. Other devices do appear via the controller window but not the Oppo. The same thing occurs when using Play To with WMP. I will try this again tonight, but something is obviously not working properly.

Just trying to help. I'm not sure what your problem could be other than maybe a firewall preventing you from seeing the player?
post #1754 of 10181
I have had no problems with the server feature...I just can't see the OPPO on the network when using Foobar or WMP as a controller. I will try again tonight. I can't imagine it is a firewall issue as the player is on the network and is able to stream music from a server.
post #1755 of 10181
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Originally Posted by jeff52 View Post

I have had no problems with the server feature...I just can't see the OPPO on the network when using Foobar or WMP as a controller. I will try again tonight. I can't imagine it is a firewall issue as the player is on the network and is able to stream music from a server.

I only use the player with a server or I will use the Asynchronous feature. I still can't figure out why the HDMI cable has anything to do with it. If someone could explain, I'm all ears. Good luck in finding your problem! Maybe, someone else has a solution for you. wink.gif
post #1756 of 10181
Howdy newbie poster-I have enjoyed over the holiday period reading my way through this thread-very informative and enjoyable side discussions.

I'm particularly interested in the stereo capability of the 105-my system is Ayre CX-7 and AX-7 using Proac 2.5's as my speakers-I use XLR balanced to connect the amp and CD player-I have a Sony Blu Ray I just use in stereo into the AX-7 for movies.

Over the years I have acquired a reasonable collection of SACD's (hybrids) but I have never fully utilised these due to the fact I've messed about with cheaper SONY DVD/Blu Ray players which have never came that close to surpassing the CX-7 on redbook.

My kids are young so my stereo/audiophile days have been limited but the kids are getting bigger and I have also fancied getting into streaming audio trying flacs etc-all in all the Oppo looks like a fantastic machine for the cash so I'm very tempted.

I've read above a poster saying the 105 beats his CX-7e (mine is the plain vanilla original CX-7) and the overall feedback is that this player is very good in straightforward music reproduction-I won't lie I still doubt this player will surpass what was a £3K CD player in it's day here in the UK. I take it my fears are unjustified?

Historically I'm an audio sceptic-I've chased the odd pot of gold via cables or whatever although I do know from experience there are clearly levels to audio reproduction....so I guess I'm looking for testimonies and advice on the stereo aspect plus anybody have experience with Audiocom upgrades here in the UK with the Oppo players?

Thanks for any replies in advance.
post #1757 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Jaguar67 View Post

I have a strange problem. I'm using my 105 in a home office to listen to CDs/SACDs/music from my computer while I work. The volume level when listening to computer files (via the USB DAC) is fine. I can adjust it exactly where I want it. However, when listening to a CD or Pandora, I have put the volume all the way down to 1 and it is still a little loud, as it can be heard out in our great room where my wife and son spend most of the day while I am working. I have the 105 connected directly to an Emotiva XPA-3 and am using a very small pair of old Polk bookshelf speakers. Is there any way to fine tune the volume increments?

I realize I can use headphones (that is one of the reasons why I opted for the 105), but wearing headphones all day becomes uncomfortable.

Pandora is encoded as high decibel levels. I find that i have to lower the volume level of my pre-pro to between -20dB to -25dB. My normal listening level is -15dB for cable broadcasts and -10dB for movies.

 

As for the CD, i think you just had another CD that was also recorded at high levels as well. If you are using balanced outputs into your XPA-3, i hope they attenuate the signal by 6dB on their XLR inputs by switching the back panel switch to BAL according to its manual.

post #1758 of 10181

Is it safe and OK to leave the 105 on all the time with its display turnd off? I have it on standard energy(?) mode

post #1759 of 10181
^ It doesn't hurt to leave it on. Though, the Standby Mode (Energy Efficient & Quick Start) are only in affect when the player is in the off position.
post #1760 of 10181
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Originally Posted by BenGodzilla View Post

the Oppo looks like a fantastic machine for the cash so I'm very tempted.
I've read above a poster saying the 105 beats his CX-7e (mine is the plain vanilla original CX-7) and the overall feedback is that this player is very good in straightforward music reproduction-I won't lie I still doubt this player will surpass what was a £3K CD player in it's day here in the UK. I take it my fears are unjustified?
Historically I'm an audio sceptic-I've chased the odd pot of gold via cables or whatever although I do know from experience there are clearly levels to audio reproduction....so I guess I'm looking for testimonies and advice on the stereo aspect plus anybody have experience with Audiocom upgrades here in the UK with the Oppo players?
Thanks for any replies in advance.

Our Oppo replaced a $6k CD player/DAC and $3k SACD player, not to mention a $2k DVD player. It is a remarkable device. I wouldn't bother with mods--the Oppo engineers know what they're doing.
post #1761 of 10181
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Originally Posted by BenGodzilla View Post

Howdy newbie poster-I have enjoyed over the holiday period reading my way through this thread-very informative and enjoyable side discussions.
I'm particularly interested in the stereo capability of the 105-my system is Ayre CX-7 and AX-7 using Proac 2.5's as my speakers-I use XLR balanced to connect the amp and CD player-I have a Sony Blu Ray I just use in stereo into the AX-7 for movies.
Over the years I have acquired a reasonable collection of SACD's (hybrids) but I have never fully utilised these due to the fact I've messed about with cheaper SONY DVD/Blu Ray players which have never came that close to surpassing the CX-7 on redbook.
My kids are young so my stereo/audiophile days have been limited but the kids are getting bigger and I have also fancied getting into streaming audio trying flacs etc-all in all the Oppo looks like a fantastic machine for the cash so I'm very tempted.
I've read above a poster saying the 105 beats his CX-7e (mine is the plain vanilla original CX-7) and the overall feedback is that this player is very good in straightforward music reproduction-I won't lie I still doubt this player will surpass what was a £3K CD player in it's day here in the UK. I take it my fears are unjustified?
Historically I'm an audio sceptic-I've chased the odd pot of gold via cables or whatever although I do know from experience there are clearly levels to audio reproduction....so I guess I'm looking for testimonies and advice on the stereo aspect plus anybody have experience with Audiocom upgrades here in the UK with the Oppo players?
Thanks for any replies in advance.

Welcome to the AVS Forum!

Most (99.9%) BDP-105 owners seem to love the sound quality of their player via the analog outputs but only you can decide if it will be perfect for you by trying one out in your specific system.

Also, personally, I feel no need to upgrade the player with any modifications.
post #1762 of 10181
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Originally Posted by BenGodzilla View Post

Howdy newbie poster-I have enjoyed over the holiday period reading my way through this thread-very informative and enjoyable side discussions.
I'm particularly interested in the stereo capability of the 105-my system is Ayre CX-7 and AX-7 using Proac 2.5's as my speakers-I use XLR balanced to connect the amp and CD player-I have a Sony Blu Ray I just use in stereo into the AX-7 for movies.
Over the years I have acquired a reasonable collection of SACD's (hybrids) but I have never fully utilised these due to the fact I've messed about with cheaper SONY DVD/Blu Ray players which have never came that close to surpassing the CX-7 on redbook.
My kids are young so my stereo/audiophile days have been limited but the kids are getting bigger and I have also fancied getting into streaming audio trying flacs etc-all in all the Oppo looks like a fantastic machine for the cash so I'm very tempted.
I've read above a poster saying the 105 beats his CX-7e (mine is the plain vanilla original CX-7) and the overall feedback is that this player is very good in straightforward music reproduction-I won't lie I still doubt this player will surpass what was a £3K CD player in it's day here in the UK. I take it my fears are unjustified?
Historically I'm an audio sceptic-I've chased the odd pot of gold via cables or whatever although I do know from experience there are clearly levels to audio reproduction....so I guess I'm looking for testimonies and advice on the stereo aspect plus anybody have experience with Audiocom upgrades here in the UK with the Oppo players?
Thanks for any replies in advance.

You can try one and see, from what I read these units can be modded to beat or equal players costing $10k. I have a Modwright Absolute Truth Sony XA 777ES and a stock 105.

They both sound very fine to me but tend to be listening to the 105 more. The Sony is 10 years old but built like a tank and highly modded, but the newer SOTA Dacs used in the Oppo are very capable. I like the stock sound, it is more of an accurate sound than euphonic. I am thinking of sending mine to EVS at some point for mods. The unit was built at this mid fi price point so there is a lot of upgrading that can be done, wether or not the changes in sound quality is worth the price I guess would be up to the listener.

Good Luck!
post #1763 of 10181
hey guys if u compare oppo 105 to pioneer lx 91 which better ty
post #1764 of 10181
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Originally Posted by jeff52 View Post


According to Doug Blackburn's post [URL=http://www.avsforum.com/t/1439524/official-oppo-bdp-105-owners-thread/1710#post_22745957 (post #1726) it appears the player does not appear on the network without a live HDMI connection.
I am using analog out only and both WMP and Foobar do not show the player available via the network for pushing content. Have you tried to push content to the player without the player using an HDMI connection?

I have not had that problem with my setup via jRiver although the Oppo does respond to on/off of the display with a brief interruption in the sound.  I can turn off the Meridian and/or LCD and still play the output via the analog XLRs.  

post #1765 of 10181
Thanks Kal...I will try to connect an HDMI cable to the Oppo without a monitor to see if that will result in the Oppo being recognized as a player via Foobar or WMP. I don't know why that would be necessary, but according to Doug's post it may be an issue. It's not the end of the world as I have a Touch connected to the system so I can still push music to the Touch via my computer and the Touch does play gapless audio.
post #1766 of 10181
Thanks for all the replies-problem is here in Glasgow despite there being a variety of decent to excellent audio/visual dealers nobody stocks Oppo.......
post #1767 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Bob Pariseau View Post

^ If the LF/RF speakers are set to Small, then the Sub in a 2.1 configuration needs +15dB boost -- usually done external to the player -- to match the RCA multi-channel outputs. Note that if you play a stereo SACD using DSD or play the Asynchronous USB DAC input, then there is no Crossover processing, so that LF/RF will be treated as if they were Large and the Sub will remain silent.
Since you are using the XLR outputs with Stereo Signal FRONT LEFT/RIGHT, you also need to take into account that XLR is the standard +6dB hotter than RCA. And so if you don't have the normal -6dB attenuation applied on the XLR inputs they are connected to, the Sub output will need a total of +21dB boost to match the XLR. You can set -6dB output trim in the OPPO for LF/RF as another way to get that attenuation.
In your case you set LF/RF to -10dB trim, which is -4dB more than the normal attenuation to match XLR to RCA. So you have +11dB boost left to match the RCA Sub output to the XLR LF/RF (Small) output. Accomplish that with the volume knob on your Sub.
--Bob

Bob Parisau,

Merry Chrismas to you and yours.

I set the Baseline with FL/FR speakers to LARGE with Test Tone from OPPO XLR to SimAudio XLR. Then, reset FL/FR to SMALL and Trim to -10db, and increased Sub volume by 11db to compensate 15db attenuation.

However, I am wondering whether I should have increased Sub volume by 5db instead of 11db since I used XLR output to establish the Baseline.

I believe boosting Sub volume by 11db is correct only If "test tone" from XLRs output same volume as RCA which is unlikely.

You have to set the Sub volume in the first step. You made no mention of that.

I presume you are using Stereo Signal FRONT LEFT/RIGHT and using the XLR outputs in lieu of the normal LF/RF RCA outputs from the multi-channel set. Meanwhile the Sub is wired from the RCA output of the multi-channel set.

For maximum accuracy, I suggest you use the LPCM test tracks from AIX Audio Calibration, Blu-ray (with an SPL meter) instead of the internal test tones, but the procedure is similar.

Suppose you decide to use the 5.1 LPCM test track. First set Down-mix to 5.1. Then set LF/C/RF/RS/LS to Large and Sub to ON (also LR/RR to OFF, although it won't affect what follows). You need to set Center and the 2 Surrounds to Large to avoid down-mix attenuation when playing the 5.1 test track (down-mix is the lesser of your Down-mix setting and the speakers you actually have turned on). Set LF/RF to -10dB volume trim (to adjust for the input sensitivity of your power amp). Leave Sub at 0dB volume trim. The volume trim for the other speaker outputs does not matter since they are not wired. Using the 5.1 LPCM test track, verify that LF and RF are producing the same output level. If not, then raise the volume trim a bit on the weaker speaker. Now adjust the volume knob on the Sub to produce the same output level you just established for LF/RF. The volume knob setting on the Sub will thus have adjusted for BOTH the needed +10dB boost (all speakers Large) and the 6dB difference between the XLR outputs and the RCA outputs. Note that volume setting for future reference.

Now, without changing anything in the OPPO, raise the volume knob on the Sub until its output is an ADDITIONAL +5dB HIGHER than LF/RF.

Now switch LF/RF to Small, and set C/LS/RS to OFF. Set Stereo Down-mix. Set a Crossover frequency. (The correct choice of Crossover frequency will depend upon the capabilities of your speakers and Sub and how they couple to the room. Start with 80Hz if you are still figuring this out.)

You are done. The additional +5dB boost you added to the Sub in that last adjustment takes care of the +15dB boost the Sub needs with LF/RF set to Small. (The difference between the XLR and RCA outputs is also still accounted for in that setting.)

Now here's an additional refinement: Unless you are in a large listening room, or a room with extensive bass treatments, a "desirable" room response characteristic called Room Gain comes into play -- one of the aspects of perceiving sound as being played in a good listening room instead of, say, outdoors. Room Gain has the effect of boosting bass frequencies a few dB -- 2 to 4 dB is typical. And so the most pleasing adjustment of the Subwoofer volume may actually be a few dB HIGHER than the precise match to LF/RF described above.

To experiment with that, set the Sub about +2dB higher than LF/RF in the first step -- +7dB higher in the 2nd step. Do some listening and see what you think.

Bass response is *HIGHLY* dependent on how the Subwoofer (and the woofers of LF/RF) couple to the room. There are tools you can get that let you chart the bass response of your system at various mic locations around the seating. Room problems can result in resonance peaks at certain frequencies and cancellation nulls at other, nearby frequencies. Thus proper bass setup can be a complicated task. But the above volume setting stuff is the starting point. Do re-check this stuff if you move the speakers or Sub -- even inches matter for bass frequencies.

Finally, if you want to try SACD DSD-Direct-to-Analog Conversion, you should ONLY play the Stereo layer of your SACDs. There is no audio processing possible and so if you play the 5.1 layer the extra channels just get discarded. Now when doing this -- again because there is no audio processing -- the speakers are treated as Large (no Crossover). And so there will be NO SUBWOOFER OUTPUT. There's no LFE channel in the 2.0 layer of course, and there's no bass being steered to the Sub from the mains. The upshot is that you don't have to fiddle with the volume setting on the Sub because the Sub will be silent! Voila!
--Bob
post #1768 of 10181
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Originally Posted by genesplitter View Post

Searched the thread and downloaded the user manual but did not find the answer to my question - Does the BDP-105 use a 12 db/octave subwoofer slope as did the BDP-95? On a related note is a steeper slope generally considered "better"?

As far as I know, OPPO has not yet published a spec on the Crossover slopes in their implementation. You could try asking them directly, as they frequently answer questions about implementation details.

12dB per octave is pretty typical of good Crossover implementations.

A steeper slope is not "generally considered better". This is a complicated topic.
--Bob
post #1769 of 10181
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Originally Posted by Doug Blackburn View Post

. . . .

Image #2 shows what happens when the 105 appears in the list of devices in the "Playing Now" area. In my system, the 105 is connected to a Lumagen Radiance video processor and the output of the Radiance processor goes to the video display and to an AudioControl surround processor. So the Radiance has to be turned on to pass audio to the surround processor... not surprising. Obviously the surround processor has to be on to get sound (as does the amp). But the 105 did not appear in the Playing Now list of devices until the Radiance video processor was turned on. It's as if the 105 was not on the network until there was a "live" HDMI connection to the 105. Not sure why that would be required since you might be using the analog outputs or coax to get your music from the 105. Perhaps there's something Oppo could do in a future firmware release to put the 105 "online" even if there isn't a "live" HDMI connection to the 105. I have not tried this with no HDMI connection to the 105 (no HDMI cable).

. . . .

I'm not using the network the way you are using it, but I've not heard of any such problem from the other Beta Testers.

If the proper operation of the networking is dependent on having a live HDMI connection, then that's a bug.

Please report what you've found to OPPO Tech Support.
--Bob
post #1770 of 10181
hey guys if u compare oppo 105 to pioneer lx 91 which better ty
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