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Cool Oppo Customer Service

My Oppo 103 stopped playing a Netflix BR at the 45 minute mark and was totally unresponsive in trying to reload said disc with the Home Menu indicating that there was no disc present. Finished watching that BR on another player. Called Oppo the next day who suggested that I get a lens cleaner for the laser and Netflix would no longer connect (that was solved by cancelling Netflix and then re-installing the Network connection). Got the lens cleaner and it also wouldn’t load at which point I called Oppo again. Got an RMA and paid a flat $99 to fix the out of warranty 103. Sent it via UPS on a Wednesday late and Oppo received the unit on Friday, repaired it on Friday (after checking out the unit), and then shipped it out the same day. Got it back via Fedex on Monday morning. The problem with the 103 was that the loader no longer functioned and was replaced. Everything was reset to how it would come out of the factory, as well as any update when it came to firmware. That unit had been set to code 2 for my remote. By default it had been reset to code 1. Good thing that I had a 93 that was set to code 1 so that I could reset the 103 to code 2 by using the remote for the 93. No doubt there is a way around this problem via another call to Oppo, but that wasn't needed. Can’t beat Oppo for customer service and that has always been true.
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Question on the 103D and ARC.

I have a Panasonic Viera and the toslink output jack is broken...will not hold the cable.

Is there a way to connect the VT60 to my 103D via the hdmi2 port of the tv which supports ARC, to the oppo amd have the oppo output a digital signal from either the optical or coaxial digital out to my preamp?
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To tag onto the Win 10 discussion, after none of the above solutions worked (nor those in the 203 thread), I was able to solve my problem by turning my router into the Master Browser for my network. I have an ASUS router and installed the custom Merlin firmware (super easy to do, zero problems). With that firmware I made my router the Master Browser (which in addition to the SMB 1.0 issues, seems to be another major issue with the latest builds of Win 10, even for computer-to-computer networking).

I know this particular solution only works for those who own ASUS routers, but hopefully those of you with other routers can also find a way. (If you have more than one computer on the network at all times, you can make that the Master Browser and it should fix the OPPO's problems as well.)
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Question on the 103D and ARC.

I have a Panasonic Viera and the toslink output jack is broken...will not hold the cable.

Is there a way to connect the VT60 to my 103D via the hdmi2 port of the tv which supports ARC, to the oppo amd have the oppo output a digital signal from either the optical or coaxial digital out to my preamp?
Yes... Provided the Panasonic TV has its VIERA Link option enabled, and your HDMI lead supports ARC if you select the Oppo's 'ARC: HDMI Out 1' option, the Oppo will receive audio from your TV that can be passed to an amp or pre-amp

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Yes... Provided the Panasonic TV has its VIERA Link option enabled, and your HDMI lead supports ARC if you select the Oppo's 'ARC: HDMI Out 1' option, the Oppo will receive audio from your TV that can be passed to an amp or pre-amp
So to be clear, I can output the digital signal from the 103d through the coaxial digital output?

Does the 103d need to receive the signal through the hdmi1 out or the HDMI input?

Sorry this sounds so basic but I wasn't able to make it work.
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So to be clear, I can output the digital signal from the 103d through the coaxial digital output?

Does the 103d need to receive the signal through the hdmi1 out or the HDMI input?

Sorry this sounds so basic but I wasn't able to make it work.
HDMI ARC sends audio from the TV back to the OPPO on the HDMI cable that normally sends video TO the TV. So you would use the HDMI 1 *OUTPUT* socket on the OPPO to achieve ARC audio INPUT from the TV. Confused yet?

You need to use the Input button (upper right on the Remote) to select that you want the OPPO to listen to that ARC audio coming in from the TV. Any audio played this way will be available on all the audio outs of the OPPO, including its Coax digital output. HDMI specifications for ARC audio limit it to the same sort of audio that can be carried by Optical/Coax (S/PDIF) cabling. For example, you won't get lossless Bitstreams like DTS-HD MA or DolbyTrueHD coming in to the OPPO over that ARC audio connection.

Many TVs implement ARC on top of HDMI CEC (remote control over the HDMI cable). That's why the suggestion that you have to turn on the Viera Link stuff in the TV (which is their marketing name for HDMI CEC). You may also need to turn it on in the OPPO (see Setup > Device Setup).

Be aware that the HDMI specifications for HDMI CEC and HDMI ARC are deliberately loose so that makers can implement their own proprietary solutions. This means incompatibility issues abound between equipment from different companies. If it works, consider yourself lucky. For example, if you get the audio going, you may discover there are problems caused by having to leave the HDMI CEC stuff turned on -- such as unexpected shifts of input selections.
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The OPPO 10x players can not play or pass through ANY content which is already 4K. They can Up-Scale lower resolution content to 4K output, but can not play anything that is already 4K. This includes the HDMI Inputs.
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Video quality on HDMI input of Oppo BDP-103 is lacking

I have a Roku plugged in to an HDMI input of my Oppo BDP-103. Using Netflix as a source, I recently did a comparison of the video quality between the Roku>HDMI input and streaming directly through the Netflix app that is included with the Oppo. There is a fairly notable difference in the video image quality between the two. I was using several scenes from Star Wars Rogue One and it is almost like comparing a 720p stream to a 1080p stream. This was especially evident in scenes with motion, where you would get jaggies and juddering in the Roku stream, where the internal streaming app is smooth as silk.

Would anyone have ideas about what could account for this?

Any input is much appreciated!
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I have a Roku plugged in to an HDMI input of my Oppo BDP-103. Using Netflix as a source, I recently did a comparison of the video quality between the Roku>HDMI input and streaming directly through the Netflix app that is included with the Oppo. There is a fairly notable difference in the video image quality between the two. I was using several scenes from Star Wars Rogue One and it is almost like comparing a 720p stream to a 1080p stream. This was especially evident in scenes with motion, where you would get jaggies and juddering in the Roku stream, where the internal streaming app is smooth as silk.

Would anyone have ideas about what could account for this?

Any input is much appreciated!
While playing the Roku stuff into HDMI Input, press Info button on the OPPO remote. The top line will show you what's coming in from the Roku. It may very well BE 720p.
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While playing the Roku stuff into HDMI Input, press Info button on the OPPO remote. The top line will show you what's coming in from the Roku. It may very well BE 720p.
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A recent firmware update from Roku reset the resolution of the device from 1080p to 720p; check your Roku system settings to see if this happened to you.
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A recent firmware update from Roku reset the resolution of the device from 1080p to 720p; check your Roku system settings to see if this happened to you.
How recent are we talking? Like within the past couple weeks? I bought the latest generation Roku Ultra when it came out about a month ago.
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A recent firmware update from Roku reset the resolution of the device from 1080p to 720p; check your Roku system settings to see if this happened to you.
I have had this issue with my Roku streaming stick for quite awhile now. Does anyone know if Roku is going to fix the issue?

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I have had this issue with my Roku streaming stick for quite awhile now. Does anyone know if Roku is going to fix the issue?
Did you check the system settings on your Roku to make sure it's set to 1080p? If it isn't, chaning that setting to 1080p seems to "stick."

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How recent are we talking? Like within the past couple weeks? I bought the latest generation Roku Ultra when it came out about a month ago.
Maybe within the last month? I know there was a major firmware update pushed out recently. Roku devices automatically install the updates without telling you. So check the Roklu system settings and make sure the video resolution is set to 1080p.

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Did you check the system settings on your Roku to make sure it's set to 1080p? If it isn't, chaning that setting to 1080p seems to "stick."
Yes, my setting is 1080p and I even tried a factory reset. I talked to Oppo about it and they said that they thought Roku fixed the issue. I also make sure the firmware is always up to date, which hasn't fixed my issue so far either.

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I have a Roku plugged in to an HDMI input of my Oppo BDP-103. Using Netflix as a source, I recently did a comparison of the video quality between the Roku>HDMI input and streaming directly through the Netflix app that is included with the Oppo. There is a fairly notable difference in the video image quality between the two. I was using several scenes from Star Wars Rogue One and it is almost like comparing a 720p stream to a 1080p stream. This was especially evident in scenes with motion, where you would get jaggies and juddering in the Roku stream, where the internal streaming app is smooth as silk.

Would anyone have ideas about what could account for this?

Any input is much appreciated!
Never noticed any issues while streaming Prime through a Roku 3 hooked up to the 103. Seemed to be similar PQ as when direct to my old receiver (no audio though, thus the hookup to the 103 to handle the Dolby Digital Plus audio). (And it always seemed to be running 1080p whenever I checked it.)

Now also running that Roku 3 direct with new receiver. Still 1080p. Also was running Roku Premiere+ on my 1080p only system, PQ is still fine, though at least for one app there are video anomalies that I don't get with the same app running on the Roku 3 (which is why I just added it back to my system). (Prime I've run a few times with the Premiere+ and don't recall similar anomalies, but haven't had the time to get back to Prime and see if it does the same or not. Could just be a (going) bad Premiere+ box...)
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A recent firmware update from Roku reset the resolution of the device from 1080p to 720p; check your Roku system settings to see if this happened to you.

I have verified that the display setting is at 1080p and have also viewed the on-screen information regarding the input which tells me it is 1080. I also did a little more comparing before watching a movie with my wife and it is quite notable. My wife agreed with this. It does have the appearance of 720p...esp. with all the motion jaggies. Interestingly, the lack of detail is very pronounced when viewing the Netflix menu - which is busy with a lot of text.


This is a Roku 3 hard wired via Ethernet cable.


I have a Roku 4 hooked up to another TV. I am going to pull that out to compare.
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I have verified that the display setting is at 1080p and have also viewed the on-screen information regarding the input which tells me it is 1080. I also did a little more comparing before watching a movie with my wife and it is quite notable. My wife agreed with this. It does have the appearance of 720p...esp. with all the motion jaggies. Interestingly, the lack of detail is very pronounced when viewing the Netflix menu - which is busy with a lot of text.


This is a Roku 3 hard wired via Ethernet cable.


I have a Roku 4 hooked up to another TV. I am going to pull that out to compare.
Again, I don't know if this is your problem, but when my Roku was plugged into the Oppo's USB slot, the result was a herky-jerky picture when the Oppo was set to convert everything to 24 fps; with that setting turned off, the picture was fine.

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Again, I don't know if this is your problem, but when my Roku was plugged into the Oppo's USB slot, the result was a herky-jerky picture when the Oppo was set to convert everything to 24 fps; with that setting turned off, the picture was fine.
I gave this a try and it did not have much effect. Plugging the Roku straight into my projector did seem to resolve the issue though. Although I still feel that the image quality is inferior to the image directly from the Oppo, it seemed to resolve the motion issues. I saw this bit of info in doing some research which, I believe, comes straight from Roku support:
The Roku app use HLS or Adaptive Streaming, which is a protocol that detects your bandwidth and CPU capacity in real time, and adjusts the quality of a video stream accordingly.
This means that Roku will automatically chose the best video resolution, depending on your internet connection.
If your video looks blurry, is slow or has very low resolution, please reset your internet connection, get the Roku device device closer to your wireless modem, and try again
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Dolby Atmos / DTS-X

Gents, can the BDP-103 bitstream Dolby Atmos or DTS-X? If I have a full 1:1 rip of a bluray with Dolby Atmos sound playing through the OPPO from my NAS, can my Marantz SR7011 receive the bitstream sound and decode it properly?
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Any way to get the Oppo Media Control app to scroll long file names?

Right now it just cuts off the file name after X number of characters, can't find a way to see the whole file name. Did I miss a setting somewhere?

Thanks!
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Gents, can the BDP-103 bitstream Dolby Atmos or DTS-X? If I have a full 1:1 rip of a bluray with Dolby Atmos sound playing through the OPPO from my NAS, can my Marantz SR7011 receive the bitstream sound and decode it properly?
Yes it is indeed possible.

That being said... Some people have reported issues playing media files that contain Dolby TrueHD audio (with or without Atmos) when placed within the .mkv (Matroska) container. By contrast, there are no such issues when the same Dolby TrueHD audio (with or without Atmos) streams are placed within the .m2ts (transport) container.

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Any way to get the Oppo Media Control app to scroll long file names?

Right now it just cuts off the file name after X number of characters, can't find a way to see the whole file name. Did I miss a setting somewhere?

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No, it can't be done, and to me this is a serious shortcoming in the app. It has the same problem on my iPhone and a Fire tablet. I've emailed Oppo and suggested they fix this issue, but so far no response.
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No, it can't be done, and to me this is a serious shortcoming in the app. It has the same problem on my iPhone and a Fire tablet. I've emailed Oppo and suggested they fix this issue, but so far no response.
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Guess I'll try and email them about it too...
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Gents, can the BDP-103 bitstream Dolby Atmos or DTS-X? If I have a full 1:1 rip of a bluray with Dolby Atmos sound playing through the OPPO from my NAS, can my Marantz SR7011 receive the bitstream sound and decode it properly?
Sorry to be a pain in the ass guys but does anyone know if the 103 can bitstream Dolby Atmos and DTS-X to a capable receiver?
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Sorry to be a pain in the ass guys but does anyone know if the 103 can bitstream Dolby Atmos and DTS-X to a capable receiver?
As previously answered... Yes it is indeed possible.

That being said... Some people have reported issues playing media files that contain Dolby TrueHD audio (with or without Atmos) when placed within the .mkv (Matroska) container. By contrast, there are no such issues when the same Dolby TrueHD audio (with or without Atmos) streams are placed within the .m2ts (transport) container.


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As previously answered... Yes it is indeed possible.

That being said... Some people have reported issues playing media files that contain Dolby TrueHD audio (with or without Atmos) when placed within the .mkv (Matroska) container. By contrast, there are no such issues when the same Dolby TrueHD audio (with or without Atmos) streams are placed within the .m2ts (transport) container.

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What timing! I just setup Dolby ATMOS with 4 ceiling speakers and a new Denon AVR-X6400H. I'm using an Oppo 103D with the latest firmware. I learned the trick to turn on Audio/HDMI/bitstream, and it works, SORTA!?

With GOT, 6 year series, the menu at the beginning of each disc contains an audio setup. I select ATMOS - it works fine.

However, with Star Trek Beyond, the audio setup only contains DD5.1. The Oppo doesn't know anything about ATMOS, so it's audio output setting is only DD and DD5.1 also. It appears that the Oppo plays DD+Surround by default. I cannot seem to get the ATMOS stream. Any help appreciated.

I was planning to get a Panny 900 as part of a 4K upgrade, but it looks like I may have to do it sooner rather than later?!

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What timing! I just setup Dolby ATMOS with 4 ceiling speakers and a new Denon AVR-X6400H. I'm using an Oppo 103D with the latest firmware. I learned the trick to turn on Audio/HDMI/bitstream, and it works, SORTA!?

With GOT, 6 year series, the menu at the beginning of each disc contains an audio setup. I select ATMOS - it works fine.

However, with Star Trek Beyond, the audio setup only contains DD5.1. The Oppo doesn't know anything about ATMOS, so it's audio output setting is only DD and DD5.1 also. It appears that the Oppo plays DD+Surround by default. I cannot seem to get the ATMOS stream. Any help appreciated.

I was planning to get a Panny 900 as part of a 4K upgrade, but it looks like I may have to do it sooner rather than later?!

Thanks
Don't have "Star Trek Beyond" but ALL my Dolby Atmos (and DTS:X) Blu-ray discs play fine with my Oppo 103 and my Denon 6200. Check your disc menu audio settings again. Also, check your Denon audio settings.

From: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-T...lu-ray/145430/

"Star Trek Beyond" Audio
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French (Canada): Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
Portuguese: Dolby Digital 5.1
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