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Tom, 105 could even save you even more going straight to power amp - you can replace your integrated amp with a power amp to get higher SQ or save some $$
Buying some new equipment means spending money, which is opposite to saving smile.gif
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Tom, 105 could even save you even more going straight to power amp - you can replace your integrated amp with a power amp to get higher SQ or save some $$
Buying some new equipment means spending money, which is opposite to saving smile.gif

I think he meant you can sell the Intergrated amp and use the proceeds to buy a nice and powerful power amplifier...smile.gif!


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I have a question regarding utilizing the USB DAC on the 105. I have all my music stored on a Seagate GoFlex External Hard Drive (FLAC files). The Hard drive is currently run via CAT6. It does have a USB port. I have the hard drive hooked up to my Pioneer SC-55 running through the Home Media Gallery. Will I be able to take advantage of the 105's USB DAC if I get the BDP-105.


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I have a question regarding utilizing the USB DAC on the 105. I have all my music stored on a Seagate GoFlex External Hard Drive (FLAC files). The Hard drive is currently run via CAT6. It does have a USB port. I have the hard drive hooked up to my Pioneer SC-55 running through the Home Media Gallery. Will I be able to take advantage of the 105's USB DAC if I get the BDP-105.


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The 105 can access any networked storage directly using SMB. The USB DAC input is strictly for direct connect to a PC as a playback device, and limited to stereo. All inputs on the player use the same DAC, including network, attached storage and shiny discs
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Well, you can play gapless on the OPPO but you have to use the OPPO as a USB DAC and play the files from your own file player that supports lossless.

Or use a SONOS system to drive it - which is wonderful other than for 5.1 flac. For those files, I just put up with the gaps; Some of those DVDAs now are impossible to find or incredibly expensive. I like to keep them in the case.

The Oppo interface to play back audio files is terrible anyway - nothing anyone would want to use on a regular basis. Either Computer-to-DAC, a SONOS-like media server setup, or some DLNA setup- if anyone can actually make that behave well - something like that has got to be the way to go. Even if network SMB was gapless it wouldn't matter since the files are all out of order. rolleyes.gif

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dBpoweramp is popular for ripping CD`s. I use the freeware EAC.
To rip DVD-A`s, try DVD Audio Extractor. Ripping SACD`s is a lot more complicated.

dBpoweramp for sure.

For DVDA, I had better luck with foobar2000 as I recall. I have some new discs so I have to get back into it - this is a great resource: https://www.avsforum.com/t/1160148/dvd-audio-decoder-for-foobar2000/60

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Oppo BDP-105 Audiophile Universal Blu-ray Player - Audioholics - Gene DellaSala - February 3, 2013

That was refreshing to read. I loved the Discipline screen shot - one of my fav DVDAs (flac 5.1). No gushing, no mush. Just the facts. He didn't nit-pic any bugs, but I reckon that is considered poor form since no one seems to do that.

Also sounds like a good set of discs to get hold of if there are still available.

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Quick owner question:

100% of my Cd/SACD/hi def is now digital. If I do 105 -> amp -> speakers via balanced output I get the full benefit of the analog side of the 105 via the media server that is built in? This is the only feature I want besides BD playback (I have a 93 right now)

Anyone else in the same boat? I care nothing about disc based music anymore.

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+1 never had a problem w/ foobar either. Just wish I could find a iPhone DMC that worked. I've used about 10 now and sadly I paid for the last 4 which were immediately useless.

Have you tried Skifta ?

I've also tried quite a few DMC's, this one does a far better job IMHO at caching the media so you're not waiting forever to browse through your tracks.
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That was refreshing to read. I loved the Discipline screen shot - one of my fav DVDAs (flac 5.1). No gushing, no mush. Just the facts. He didn't nit-pic any bugs, but I reckon that is considered poor form since no one seems to do that.

Also sounds like a good set of discs to get hold of if there are still available.

None of the SACDs mentioned in the review seem very accessible.....at least I can't find a source.
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None of the SACDs mentioned in the review seem very accessible.....at least I can't find a source.

 

Forget those here are some that are accessible and outstanding

 

 

- Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here

- Dire Straits: Brothers in Arms

- "Avalon" Roxy Music

- "Singles Collection: The London Years" The Rolling Stones

 

any of these: http://www.linnrecords.com/artist-scottish-chamber-orchestra--sco-.aspx

 

or these outstanding blu rays from 2L https://shop.klicktrack.com/2l/dvd

 

http://www.elusivedisc.com/Top-40-SACDs/products/963/

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Or an ISO?

 

When is you review coming?

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Looking forward to it, Stereophile March?
That seems doubtful if he's writing it now - magazines have pretty long lead times (and the March issue is probably already out).

But why not order a 105 to try yourself. Ultimately, that's the ONLY way you're going to be able to know if it's right for you. Asking everyone and their brother to post a review really isn't going to change that. If you find you don't like it, you're only out the shipping charges.
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But why not order a 105 to try yourself. Ultimately, that's the ONLY way you're going to be able to know if it's right for you. Asking everyone and their brother to post a review really isn't going to change that. If you find you don't like it, you're only out the shipping charges.

 

Yes, I know but I have been upgrading speakers lately like a brand new 800Diamond for my center channel!  Also I have the BDP-95 and it works great so until they release one with even better audio it doesn't feel right :)

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Looking forward to it, Stereophile March?

May.  March is out now.


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May.  March is out now.

Are you going to add the sharpness issue?
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I posted this in the Marantz 8801 thread, so apologies for the cross post, but it seems relevant here as well. Here is my scenario:

Right now, I have both HDMI outputs of the Oppo 105 connected to the 8801. HDMI 1 out of the 105 goes to the Blu-ray input which I use to watch movies (taking advantage of Audyssey). HDMI 2 goes to the DVD input, but with 7.1 Analog inputs selected for Audio, which I use to listen to DVD-A's and SACD's, taking advantage of the DACs in the Oppo.

This necessitates having the Oppo 105 in DUAL HDMI mode, which diminishes both picture and sound quality (albeit slightly), and is causing handshake issues.

Several members here have suggested just using one input on the 8801 (in other words, everything going in to the Blu-ray input), and getting a Harmony remote so I can program it to "Watch a movie", selecting the Blu-ray input with HDMI audio, and "Listen to BDP", telling it to select Blu-ray input, 7.1 Analog audio, and put it in Pure Direct mode.

I purchased a Harmony 900, and so far so good. The only problem is, I can't figure out how to tell it to change the Audio Input from HDMI to Analog. Member RichB sent me those codes, and suggested I send them to Logitech:

INPUT MODE:AUTO 16 01 15
INPUT MODE:HDMI 16 01 16
INPUT MODE:DIGITAL 16 01 17
INPUT MODE:ANALOG 16 01 18

I've done so this morning, and I'll keep everyone posted as to what they say. In the meantime, if anyone has another suggestion, I'd love to hear it.

Thanks!

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Holy cow --this DVD-a is amazing through the 105!! The remix of Thela Hun Ginjeet sans Adrian Belew was such a treat!
Then there's discreet channels to Bill Bruford's tribal syncopation's and Fripp's bizarre 7/8 strumming to the 4/4 measure.
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That was refreshing to read. I loved the Discipline screen shot - one of my fav DVDAs (flac 5.1). No gushing, no mush. Just the facts. He didn't nit-pic any bugs, but I reckon that is considered poor form since no one seems to do that.
oops sorry on last post .. I was replying to Steve's post
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I don't have an .mts file in my test suite, but the wikipedia suggests this is the same (?) as the M2TS container with MPEG2 contents.

Take one of your files and rename the extension from ".mts" to ".m2ts". Does it play now?

If no good, just to be sure: copy the new file to a USB thumb drive or hard drive and attach it to the player directly.

If still no good we'll have to look for a conversion utility.

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Update on this -- tried changing extension to M2Ts and 105 still didn't recognize -- however the promo plays fine.
I'm open to ideas on conversion to a supported codec (of course w/out compromising PQ)
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Update on this -- tried changing extension to M2Ts and 105 still didn't recognize -- however the promo plays fine.
I'm open to ideas on conversion to a supported codec (of course w/out compromising PQ)

Promo?

I would first see if mkvmerge will repackage this into an mkv container. Available here: http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/. It's free and should be about as fast as a file copy because it is not altering the A/V contents, just moving them into mkv.

If no good, I would try HandBrake: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HandBrake. Also free, will run somewhat slower because it transcodes the contents. Output is mp4 or mkv container; I always use mkv.

If still no good, time to search videohelp.com for other conversion utilities.

The camera didn't come with a disc of file conversion utilities, did it?

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I posted this in the Marantz 8801 thread, so apologies for the cross post, but it seems relevant here as well. Here is my scenario:

Right now, I have both HDMI outputs of the Oppo 105 connected to the 8801. HDMI 1 out of the 105 goes to the Blu-ray input which I use to watch movies (taking advantage of Audyssey). HDMI 2 goes to the DVD input, but with 7.1 Analog inputs selected for Audio, which I use to listen to DVD-A's and SACD's, taking advantage of the DACs in the Oppo.

This necessitates having the Oppo 105 in DUAL HDMI mode, which diminishes both picture and sound quality (albeit slightly), and is causing handshake issues.

Several members here have suggested just using one input on the 8801 (in other words, everything going in to the Blu-ray input), and getting a Harmony remote so I can program it to "Watch a movie", selecting the Blu-ray input with HDMI audio, and "Listen to BDP", telling it to select Blu-ray input, 7.1 Analog audio, and put it in Pure Direct mode.

I purchased a Harmony 900, and so far so good. The only problem is, I can't figure out how to tell it to change the Audio Input from HDMI to Analog. Member RichB sent me those codes, and suggested I send them to Logitech:

INPUT MODE:AUTO 16 01 15
INPUT MODE:HDMI 16 01 16
INPUT MODE:DIGITAL 16 01 17
INPUT MODE:ANALOG 16 01 18

I've done so this morning, and I'll keep everyone posted as to what they say. In the meantime, if anyone has another suggestion, I'd love to hear it.

Thanks!

Lee

I am a fellow 900 owner. Your best bet is to "add" each action (middle option under "everything is working")with a 2-5 second delay so that the pre has time to settle into its input. Sometime, equipment needs some time after one action before it can receive and respond. For instance, I have to have a delay between my 105's power on--> input-->--HDMI Back (3) for my HTPC activity.
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Yes, I know but I have been upgrading speakers lately like a brand new 800Diamond for my center channel!  Also I have the BDP-95 and it works great so until they release one with even better audio it doesn't feel right smile.gif

Ahh! but it does have better "Audio" I felt the same as you do And the 105 is more than worthy of its salt , the increase in audio fidelity Oppo has extracted from the 105 over the 95 justifies its self as a" true" upgrade, if one is pleased with 95 but still feels that the last bit of fidelity can be garnered from it, It exist in the 105:cool:
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Promo? ....

I would first see if mkvmerge will repackage this into an mkv container. Available here: http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/. It's free and should be about as fast as a file copy because it is not altering the A/V contents, just moving them into mkv.

If no good, I would try HandBrake: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HandBrake. Also free, will run somewhat slower because it transcodes the contents. Output is mp4 or mkv container; I always use mkv.

If still no good, time to search videohelp.com for other conversion utilities.

The camera didn't come with a disc of file conversion utilities, did it?

-Bill


Sorry not promo ,, demo file showing all the features of the camera.. I cant cant locate this file or its extension. I'll give mkvmerge a try.. thanks again Bill for your invaluable assistance.
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Ahh! but it does have better "Audio" I felt the same as you do And the 105 is more than worthy of its salt , the increase in audio fidelity Oppo has extracted from the 105 over the 95 justifies its self as a" true" upgrade, if one is pleased with 95 but still feels that the last bit of fidelity can be garnered from it, It exist in the 105:cool:

I am afraid that is a subjective thing and not everyone will feel the same. For example, I don't, but I like the fact that it does not have a fan and overall more user friendly.
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Are you going to add the sharpness issue?

No.  Video is not my beat.


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What sharpness issue are you referring to? I haven't seen any issues with sharpness?

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What sharpness issue are you referring to? I haven't seen any issues with sharpness?

It's been suggested that sharpness 0 is soft on HDMI1, that +1 is better. Not everyone sees it, but OPPO is investigating.

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