Would like to mention that being a 3D enthusiast, I've always loved the BDP-103s signal clarity in producing the best 3D visuals out of a BD 3D player.
In amazement, I stumbled on a phenomena from a setting I tried on a BDP-103D that I have not experienced as possible on any other BD 3D player (except now an older BDP 103). I'm referring to a menu setting: Video Setup > 3D Setting > 3D TV Size.
The default is set @ 46 inches and I've always set it to match the diagonal size of the display used, but for a change I thought I would set it to 750 inches for my Head Mounted Display that is supposed to have a 750" virtual image @ 65ft.
What an increase in my 3D Depth perception!!! Noticed that my muscles in my eye's felt slightly strained, but because of the experience, I decided to experiment and set the 103D at its maximum 999 inches. All of a sudden it becomes the most natural feeling and intense 3D image I've ever sampled; No eye strain noticed. Decided to try this on my BDP-103 in the family-room that is connected to a 65" plasma. So far, every BD 3D I've played is producing the optimum image I could only hope to experience. Many movies in 3D appear as a paper cut-out look, but this optimum setting is adding a solid roundness to objects & subjects, filling out volume which wasn't apparent using the suggested "screen size" settings. In the animated feature Coraline, the tunnel going to the "other-Mother's" world is now visually twice as deep as I've ever experienced it before. Just in one day, so far, I've grown to love this for viewing my 3D collection.
Would there be any drawbacks for this optimum setting? The manual states that it "allows you to enter the diagonal screen size of the 3D HDTV" and that's it. What if any drawback could there be for someone to use an optimum 999 inch setting on any size display????
Thanks to those who may know. The manual sure doesn't tell you.
Edited by Paul H - 10/15/13 at 7:31am