You can. With Split A/V, HDMI 1 doesn't have audio, only video. HDMI 2 will have the audio. Then. you can swith the AVR to the Analog inputs and change to the HDMI input from the OPPO to play it.
Edited by Mongo171 - 2/19/14 at 8:37am
I have just got my 105D yesterday.
I an testing it on my HDVD800 with the DAC section of this player using my T1 and HD800 both balanced. If it is actually good, I will get rid off my old Benchmark and replace my source with the oppo. Otherwise, I will just use it as a media server and leave the DAC and AMP untouched.
So far, the DAC on the player is very impressive. It sounds much better than the stock HDVD800 one for sure. The sound stage is very satisfying and the resolution is up to my DAC1 level.
Since it is new, so I do need to break it in a little bit more and see if anything changes.
For the headphone amp, I think it is pretty good for its price. I do not need it, but they come bundle with the USB DAC input (which I need for sure), so I choose 105 over 95. I manage to just use 65 on my volume setting for both T1 and HD800s.( But you do need to set your audio setting correctly to stereo only. ) The sound is definitely better than some of the sub $300 dollar amp I have heard, but nothing really stands out. I still think you need a proper balanced amp to release the full potential of the saber DAC. I found the sound carries wider sound stage on my HDVD800 compare to the stock amp on the player. There is also something there that make the sound less realistic for the stock amp.
I try to stream music on my PC. It seems that only mp3 and wav can be detected.
I am already on the 68 beta, anyone know how to solve it?