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I'm torn between waiting for new Panasonic 9000 model and buying OPPO 203 right now.

I want a silent player to play my collection of CDs, DVDs, BDs and UHD-BDs, which supports Dolby Vision with my Sony X930E TV.
I have an extra streaming machine so I don't need streaming on the player.



OPPO disadvantages:
- audio playback interruptions when Sony TVs in standby (HDMI handshake problem)

Can you expound on this? Maybe a brief example of when these interruptions might happen?
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I'm torn between waiting for new Panasonic 9000 model and buying OPPO 203 right now.

I want a silent player to play my collection of CDs, DVDs, BDs and UHD-BDs, which supports Dolby Vision with my Sony X930E TV.
I have an extra streaming machine so I don't need streaming on the player.

OPPO advantages:
- universal player(SACD and DVD-A support)
- nice backlit remote
- playing UHD rips with Dolby Vision
- quality firmware support

OPPO disadvantages:
- audio playback interruptions when Sony TVs in standby (HDMI handshake problem)
- tone mapping not on par with new Panasonic
- no HDR10+ support (yet)

Am I correct with the OPPO disadvantages? What would you recommend for me?
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Can you expound on this? Maybe a brief example of when these interruptions might happen?
Perhaps this: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/149-b...l#post56796326
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I'm torn between waiting for new Panasonic 9000 model and buying OPPO 203 right now.

I want a silent player to play my collection of CDs, DVDs, BDs and UHD-BDs, which supports Dolby Vision with my Sony X930E TV.
I have an extra streaming machine so I don't need streaming on the player.

OPPO advantages:
- universal player(SACD and DVD-A support)
- nice backlit remote
- playing UHD rips with Dolby Vision
- quality firmware support

OPPO disadvantages:
- audio playback interruptions when Sony TVs in standby (HDMI handshake problem)
- tone mapping not on par with new Panasonic
- no HDR10+ support (yet)

Am I correct with the OPPO disadvantages? What would you recommend for me?
The Oppo plays Dolby Vision UHD rips? I wasn’t aware of that. Is that true?
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The Oppo plays Dolby Vision UHD rips? I wasn’t aware of that. Is that true?
With full disc backups. See the FAQ: How do I play full-disc Blu-ray and UHD backups?

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Interesting, I'm planning on purchasing the Sony A9F in the very near future and missed reading about this issue, thanks for the link.
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I'm torn between waiting for new Panasonic 9000 model and buying OPPO 203 right now.

I want a silent player to play my collection of CDs, DVDs, BDs and UHD-BDs, which supports Dolby Vision with my Sony X930E TV.
I have an extra streaming machine so I don't need streaming on the player.

OPPO advantages:
- universal player(SACD and DVD-A support)
- nice backlit remote
- playing UHD rips with Dolby Vision
- quality firmware support

OPPO disadvantages:
- audio playback interruptions when Sony TVs in standby (HDMI handshake problem)
- tone mapping not on par with new Panasonic
- no HDR10+ support (yet)

Am I correct with the OPPO disadvantages? What would you recommend for me?
I suspect that the audio interruptions with Sony TVs aren't just limited to the Oppo.
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I suspect that the audio interruptions with Sony TVs aren't just limited to the Oppo.
That was my next question and I'm thinking the same thing. I just asked in the A9F thread to see if anyone has experienced this issue with their displays yet.
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Thanks for answer @rrebello

Is it also correct that this is the only player who can do this?

By the way. Is the Oppo good with the tone mapping? When use the media player connection?
The Oppo on streaming has been fine for me. I use mostly Vudu streams with HDR and Atmos.
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This is correct. I have Roku Ultra (HDR 4K) --> Oppo ---> Avr ---> Projector.


I actual have it this way: A4Ktv/Roku/Chromecast —> AVR —> Oppo —> 4K Projector.

I have a Marantz SR 7012 which does 4K Upconvert or 4K passthrough. I have it set to passthrough.


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I actual have it this way: A4Ktv/Roku/Chromecast —> AVR —> Oppo —> 4K Projector.

I have a Marantz SR 7012 which does 4K Upconvert or 4K passthrough. I have it set to passthrough.


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When watch a disc on the oppo, you switch off the oppo hdmi in, and send the oppo hdmi 2 audio out to the avr?

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Thanks for the information.

So... When Dolby are unable to make their own funky audio formats function across/between all devices, they fall-back to the grand-daddy of them all - PCM. What a joke!
Not quite, when Apple refuses to use the 'funky audio formats' already supported across/between all devices, Dolby allows them to have a new one to do what Apple wants.
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Not quite, when Apple refuses to use the 'funky audio formats' already supported across/between all devices, Dolby allows them to have a new one to do what Apple wants.
Its not new. It been on XBox for a couple of years; and is specifically designed for STB and consoles that need to be able to generate the audio (ie games).
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I understand from the JVC x990 forum that Oppo tone mapping outputs only Rec709 inside a BT2020 container, not P3. This question may have been asked a thousand times but is this issue being addressed with a FW update?

Disappointing with the $ spent to learn this information...
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I understand from the JVC x990 forum that Oppo tone mapping outputs only Rec709 inside a BT2020 container, not P3. This question may have been asked a thousand times but is this issue being addressed with a FW update?
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LOL - this is not the answer I was hoping for but fair enough...

It was mentioned on the JVC forum that popular opinion is that the issue is being looked into. Didn't know if Oppo acknowledged the issue and had planned to address it or was playing silent...

My understanding of color gamut is limited but apparently the lack of true BT2020 is an obvious, noticeable drawback to Oppo's tone mapping feature.
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LOL - this is not the answer I was hoping for but fair enough...

It was mentioned on the JVC forum that popular opinion is that the issue is being looked into. Didn't know if Oppo acknowledged the issue and had planned to address it or was playing silent...

My understanding of color gamut is limited but apparently the lack of true BT2020 is an obvious, noticeable drawback to Oppo's tone mapping feature.
In all seriousness , the Tone mapping still produces a wonderful image!

Unless you do a direct back to back comparison, "most" will not notice the reduced colour gamut.
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In all seriousness , the Tone mapping still produces a wonderful image!

Unless you do a direct back to back comparison, "most" will not notice the reduced colour gamut.
Yeah? This is good to know...

Ideally I would do the research to understand color gamut and make an educated decision on where I stand. With time being limited however its not happening and as such I'm going with what I've gleaned off of the JVC - x990 forum. Many there seem to believe the dropped gamut is easily noticeable.
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^ this discussion has been going on since gamut issue was discovered. If I was an owner of a projector like yours I would go with the Panasonic if I had no need for the HDMI input, various audio/video formats that the Oppo can handle, etc. Its unwise in my opinion to buy a product hoping for a fix that may or may not come. You could make that statement whether Oppo was still in business or not since none of us know what limitations may exist with the players hardware. As has been noted numerous times, if its so easy for Panasonic to get it right why hasn't Oppo? On the other hand there are plenty of projector owners like woofer who have stated that they still get an excellent picture using the Oppo, but I understand the that projector owners are going to want BT2020 if they have equipment capable of handling it.


Research on your end is easily accomplished using the AVS search function, between the projector threads, this one, and the Panny v. Oppo thread - plenty of information within reach of your finger tips. For those of us who need what Oppo does that Panny doesn't - the decision to buy is an easy one
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Just upgraded to software ver. UDP20X-60-0625 & have a question. My Sony VPL-VW385ES projector is HDR compatible. Info Menu now says YCbCr 4:2:2, HDR10 instead of YCbCr 4:4:4 for all 4k UHD blu-ray video discs. I tried several HDR UHD discs & changing the settings on projector & Oppo 203. Seems like it always read YCbCr 4:4:4 for HDR10 4k UHD blu-rays.

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Should the nits setting be set to whatever the TV can handle ?

I currently have mine set at 300 by default


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Should the nits setting be set to whatever the TV can handle ?

I currently have mine set at 300 by default
This is with the Sony XBR you have in your signature? Presumably you have HDR set to ON or AUTO; the Target Luminance and HDR->SDR settings are ignored in that case.

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Just upgraded to software ver. UDP20X-60-0625 & have a question. My Sony VPL-VW385ES projector is HDR compatible. Info Menu now says YCbCr 4:2:2, HDR10 instead of YCbCr 4:4:4 for all 4k UHD blu-ray video discs. I tried several HDR UHD discs & changing the settings on projector & Oppo 203. Seems like it always read YCbCr 4:4:4 for HDR10 4k UHD blu-rays.

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Moved the 203 closer & used a shorter HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 complaint cable to see differences but still reads YCbCr 4:2:2.

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Moved the 203 closer & used a shorter HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 complaint cable to see differences but still reads YCbCr 4:2:2.
Sorry, what's the problem? You are not getting the color space you specify in the player setup? What video settings are you using now?

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This is with the Sony XBR you have in your signature? Presumably you have HDR set to ON or AUTO; the Target Luminance and HDR->SDR settings are ignored in that case.



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LOL - this is not the answer I was hoping for but fair enough...

It was mentioned on the JVC forum that popular opinion is that the issue is being looked into. Didn't know if Oppo acknowledged the issue and had planned to address it or was playing silent...

My understanding of color gamut is limited but apparently the lack of true BT2020 is an obvious, noticeable drawback to Oppo's tone mapping feature.
It is more obvious on some scenes than others. With Ragnarock a scene like when thor returns to asgard and loki is impersonating oden, all of the colorful stuff really jumps out in bt2020 vs bt709. But honestly, if you didn't make comparison, the 709 image is still awesome.

I'm sure could all but guarantee the fw will arive if i sold my 203.
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Sorry, what's the problem? You are not getting the color space you specify in the player setup? What video settings are you using now?

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I thought, perhaps wrongly, that prior to the latest update that UHD HDR Blu-ray color space videos were HDR10, YCbCr 4:4:4. My projector says they are now HDR10, YCbCr 4:2:2. Maybe my recollection is bad. Getting old here!

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I thought, perhaps wrongly, that prior to the latest update that UHD HDR Blu-ray color space videos were HDR10, YCbCr 4:4:4. My projector says they are now HDR10, YCbCr 4:2:2. Maybe my recollection is bad. Getting old here!
UHD BDs are supposed to be 4:2:0 natively. I believe that includes SDR, HDR10, and DV (12 bit).

A repeat of HDMI data rates:
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UHD BDs are supposed to be 4:2:0 natively. I believe that includes SDR, HDR10, and DV (12 bit).



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Dolby vision is 12 but 4:2:2 isn’t it?

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Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
Dolby vision is 12 but 4:2:2 isn’t it?
Beats me.

I see that 12 bit 4:2:2 would be supported by HDMI 2 at both 24 and 60 fps. (The latter would be about the same as 4:4:4, 8 bit, 60 fps.)
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