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I honestly haven't gave it a second look after initially connecting everything because I thought running the test tones for each speaker would have revealed if something was amiss there.
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^ You already mentioned the next step. If the wiring is correct, check that you have the 56-0224 firmware installed (Setup > Device Setup > Firmware Information > Main firmware version number).

Then do a Reset Factory defaults on the player, followed by turning it Off and back On again. You can speed that up by saving your settings to a USB stick for reload after the Reset (see Setup > Device Setup > Settings Management).

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I'll check the FW version tonight. It's been hardware modded for region free use, so I need to call the dealer tomorrow and make sure there are no issues with updating the FW if need be.

One of the first things I did was adjust the speaker distance setting in the initial set up. I just guesstimated distances, so I'll probably go back and flip that back to the default if nothing else.

In the meantime I'm going back and reading this thread from the beginning. I'm on page 6 right now
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Is an OPPO 205 an improvement for HT use only via HDMI?

Hi, I have an OPPO 103, 105, and 203. I used the 105 a bit for 2 channel audio, but am now using other equipment for 2 channel listening. I am using my 203 in my HT setup, and as expected it works great. My question for the group is whether there would likely be a perceptible difference in the audio quality over HDMI to my AV/P for movies using a 205 vs. my 203? The 203 sounds great to me over HDMI, but given the recent OPPO news, if I want a 205 I need to get on it asap. I never paid much attention to the issue of HDMI differences between my 103 and 105.
Thanks for your advice on this.
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Edit, I have read OPPO's description of the lower jitter on the 205 HDMI output, but it seems to apply [mostly?] to pcm and dsd related to music.

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^ If your intent is to use the player exclusively via HDMI audio, you should probably stick with your 203.

There are other additions in the 205, such as additional digital audio input connections, the headphones output, and MQA support. But the primary reason to get the 205 would be if you want the opportunity (now or in the future) to use its Analog audio outputs.

Here's OPPO's own Knowledge Base article on the differences between the 2 players:

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You can speed that up by saving your settings to a USB stick for reload after the Reset (see Setup > Device Setup > Settings Management).
actually i would not save the current config when doing factory reset due to weird behavior... the current set of parameters might be corrupt and you may upload it into the new/ fresh environment thus propagating the issue into the new "clean" system... instead "build' new config via manual configuration and hope it gets created properly.

i know it is a bit more work and ymmv, but... my 2 cents
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actually i would not save the current config when doing factory reset due to weird behavior... the current set of parameters might be corrupt and you may upload it into the new/ fresh environment thus propagating the issue into the new "clean" system... instead "build' new config via manual configuration and hope it gets created properly.

i know it is a bit more work and ymmv, but... my 2 cents
It doesn't work that way. The save & restore of settings is not like a memory copy.
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It doesn't work that way. The save & restore of settings is not like a memory copy.
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actually, (professionally speaking ) it works exactly that way. and most of the time there is pathetic (and some times non-existent) output (save) and input (load) validation allowing your corrupt config to be exported and then back imported thus "breaking" the newly minted environment again. there are of course different implementations and validation level varies, but generally in consumer electronics data integrity and especially viability validation is not well- represented
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^ If your intent is to use the player exclusively via HDMI audio, you should probably stick with your 203.

There are other additions in the 205, such as additional digital audio input connections, the headphones output, and MQA support. But the primary reason to get the 205 would be if you want the opportunity (now or in the future) to use its Analog audio outputs.

Here's OPPO's own Knowledge Base article on the differences between the 2 players:

http://www.oppodigital.com/KnowledgeBase.aspx?KBID=131

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An "on the ground" Magnolia report ...

I noticed some existing UDP-205 owners mentioning that they were considering buying another for a backup ... so in case you're interested:

I happened to be in Burbank California earlier today to meet a friend and had a few minutes' time to kill before our meeting time, so I went to Best Buy and their Magnolia Design Center. Told the guy that I'd heard a few random Magnolias around the country had stock of 205's and he said he'd look it up. His first words were "Oh no ... " so I knew it was bad news. He proceeded to rotate his monitor towards me and said "There aren't any on the entire West Coast. We're getting 10 in next week, but there are already 25 orders in against those 10 so ... ". I said "... so, fahgeddaboudit?". "Yep, fahgeddaboudit." People elsewhere in the U.S. might have (and seem to be having) better luck.
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There wasn't any need to save my settings. I only changed a couple of things anyway.

Thanks, Bob! Turned out restoring the factory defaults fixed the issue.

In fact, the whole time I spent with it this past evening made for a substantially different experience all around.

No more complaints about the smoothness of the loader, or the noise level of the disc spinning. I don't know if I actually heard what I thought I did Saturday night, or if it was just a tinge of paranoia or buyer's remorse influencing my ears, but neither of those aspects seemed the least bit problematic last night.

Saturday night was spent mostly watching a film I hadn't seen before, so it was impossible for me to gauge what was the disc, player, or film itself when it came to the a/v. I fully enjoyed it, that's all I know despite some problems initially getting up and running.

Last night I also watched a couple films that were new to me, but then afterwards spent some time demoing material I was much more familiar with.
One was the opening chapter to the new Synapse release of Suspiria. The other was the opening chapter of Star Wars (I refuse to call it A New Hope ).

Suspiria's 4.0 track is a hell of thing. I've played the opening Goblin score a bunch of times on my 103 and it's always sounded incredible- layered with a slew of subtle, eerie sounds . It's a knockout track that puts most modern mixes to shame (and that goes for Thor: Ragnorok which I watched the night before). It's always sounded sensational on the 103, but it was superior here.

I have a pair of Powered Airmotivs on my desktop, usually fed by an iPad and that's where I do most of my music listening. The conversion is pretty solid on my Mac stuff. I don't need an external DAC to enjoy my music with them as the source. But on the occasions when I do use one in conjunction with my Mac mini, that same content is definitely kicked up a notch in a way that is readily apparent to me. Air between sounds; the size of the soundstage; more precise imaging; a larger, more pronounced dynamic range- all the qualities I get using an external DAC there, I heard last night with the 205 in an HT application.

With Star Wars, I always felt Ben Burtt's mix for the DVD and Bd releases (especially the first) were overcooked and kind of sloppy in many respects. Last night was the first time the audio on that disc viscerally engaged me. I was finally able to hear layering and subtle nuances that I haven't up till now.

That's exactly what I was hoping for all along. That superior Sabre DAC delivered on it's reputation!

Needless to say, I no longer have any plans to try to sell it off. After what I heard last night, there's no regrets whatsoever now at paying the slight "going away" premium for it.
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The sign up page on OPPO’s web site now confirms they WILL have more 205 players — and earlier than previously suggested.

They are now saying additional 205s will arrive around June.

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That's great news!

Eventually a finite supply of both models will be entirely exhausted, but that's going to be a lot longer now than anyone would have expected six days ago. The people that bought up multiples intending to flip them are going to have to sit on them a lot longer than they anticipated to realize that profit.

I glad that any enthusiast that wanted one should still be able to get it at retail. This year, at least. I'd bet they'll still have stock available going well into Fall holidays.

Rather than being upset that I got stuck paying that temporary premium, I'm leaning more towards happy because the longer they keep actively selling them, it's that much longer they'll be around supporting them with new FW.

It's a win-win for everybody but the greedy speculators/flippers.
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The sign up page on OPPO’s web site now confirms they WILL have more 205 players — and earlier than previously suggested.

They are now saying additional 205s will arrive around June.

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I love that word: WILL.

My Visa card is already trembling. I will order mine day one.
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Hi Bob,

I cannot find the post on connecting anet streamer amd utilizing the Oppo 205 Dac.

I have a Cambridge Audio CXN version one and it doesn't have a HDMI out.

From the OPPO 205 I am using the analog out

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Hi Bob,

I cannot find the post on connecting anet streamer amd utilizing the Oppo 205 Dac.

I have a Cambridge Audio CXN version one and it doesn't have a HDMI out.

From the OPPO 205 I am using the analog out

Cheers for your advise.
I've not used one of those CXN units, but I took a quick look at its product page and it appears it has S/PDIF digital audio outputs (Optical & Coax). You could connect either of those to the matching Input on the 205. Select it for listening using the Input button, upper right on the OPPO remote.
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Note the date for the 205 is:

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* - Projected. Actual availability date tentative and subject to changes.
Note this is all great publicity for Oppo - their original notice said they would "gradually" stop making players, so why not make an announcement and sell thousands now?
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^ I'm pretty sure they've always used language like that for pre-availability notification lists.
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I've not use one of those CXN units, but I took a quick look at its product page and it appears it has S/PDIF digital audio outputs (Optical & Coax). You could connect either of those to the matching Input on the 205. Select it for listening using the Input button, upper right on the OPPO remote.
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Thank you Bob.

I have connected it amd the sound seems to have improved CXN now have the Tidal update so why not enjoy it with a better Dac.

I was consodering Roon and still pending I have used up the 60days trial that came with the Oppo 205 unit.

Thank you Bob
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Good morning, new to Oppo products and would like to know the best way to listen to iTunes on the 205 to take advantage of the DAC? I'll be connecting the 205 to my iPad so I'm assuming the best way is either a USB memory stick or lightening cable to USB input?

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Good morning, new to Oppo products and would like to know the best way to listen to iTunes on the 205 to take advantage of the DAC? I'll be connecting the 205 to my iPad so I'm assuming the best way is either a USB memory stick or lightening cable to USB input?

You can connect the Oppo USB DAC in to your iDevice using this adapter:


https://www.apple.com/shop/product/M...0c5b2682ac7900


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You can connect the Oppo USB DAC in to your iDevice using this adapter:


https://www.apple.com/shop/product/M...0c5b2682ac7900


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Thanks...is the USB camera adapter different than the normal lightening to USB adapter that I use to plug into the power adapter?

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Thanks...is the USB camera adapter different than the normal lightening to USB adapter that I use to plug into the power adapter?
Apple devices do not recognize the Oppo DAC without this adapter.


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Good morning, new to Oppo products and would like to know the best way to listen to iTunes on the 205 to take advantage of the DAC? I'll be connecting the 205 to my iPad so I'm assuming the best way is either a USB memory stick or lightening cable to USB input?


Are you trying to play music files stored on your computer or NAS? If so you can play over your network using DLNA and the Oppo app


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Quick question. Can I use the power cord for the 203 on the 205? Swapping the units out and well just call me lazy.
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Are you trying to play music files stored on your computer or NAS? If so you can play over your network using DLNA and the Oppo app

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Yes, but if I use the app will I still be able to take advantage of the DAC? I normally use AirPlay via AppleTV to AVR and this is my first introduction to DAC audio. The music seems to loose a lot of detail over AirPlay > AppleTV > AVR and I thinking a direct hookup may sound better.

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