Originally Posted by tspotorno
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So my questions:
How should I setup the Oppo 105 with the D2v3D so I can watch both standard bluray and 3d blurays?
Set OPPO 105 to Split A/V, not Dual Display, if you want to use two HDMI cables from the OPPO for this.
However, 1 cable should suffice.
Cable HDMI 1 from the OPPO to the D2v (HDMI Inputs 1-4 only; HDMI 5-8 will not work for 3D). Remove any cable in the HDMI 2 output from the OPPO so there is only one HDMI cable plugged into the OPPO. Cable the UPPER HDMI output of the D2v to your 3D Display (the lower output of the D2v will not work for 3D).
In the OPPO set Resolution 1080p, 1080p/24 AUTO, 3D Mode AUTO, HDMI Audio LPCM.
In the D2v you will need a Setup > Source Setup definition which takes input from the OPPO and uses "THROUGH" as the Video Output Configuration. You will use that Source whenever you want to play 3D video from the OPPO. You could also use it for 2D video from the OPPO but you won't have any video processing options in the D2v and you won't be able to view on-screen info such as Volume changes from the D2v. If you want to do either of those set up a SECOND Setup > Source Setup definition which also takes input from the OPPO and uses your normal Video Output Configuration and use that when viewing stuff OTHER THAN 3D. In either case, specify in the Source Setup definition that your Audio Input is HDMI DIG -- i.e., the audio coming in on that HDMI cable from the OPPO.
If you are still having problems, it is possible that your old HDMI cabling is not able to carry the higher bandwidth of the new HDMI signals the OPPO and your new D2v can produce. It happens.
Start by turning off Deep Color in the OPPO, and ALSO set 8-bit video output format in your Video Output Configuration in the D2v.
If even that doesn't work, temporarily set the output of the OPPO to 1080i and also the output of the D2v to 1080i. If 1080i works (for 2D discs; it can't be used for 3D), but 1080p does not, or if 1080p only works with Deep Color OFF, then you may need to upgrade your HDMI cables to "High Speed" cables. If you have any adapters, wall plates, HDMI switches, daisy-chained cables, extra video processors, or any other such stuff in the HDMI path, then that could be the cause of your problem. For example, there are lots of wall plates out there which are only good up to 1080i. The cable that comes with the OPPO is good, so the problem would be in the cable from the D2v to the Display.