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  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by marine92104 View Post
    I had a problem with Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian last night.

    When I bitstreamed the DTS-HD MA 7.1 soundtrack it had dropouts every few seconds & the level of the speakers were not right.

    When I switched to PCM for DTS-HD MA 7.1 everything was fine.

    I tried restarting the player & disc & it did it everytime. Has anyone else had problems with bistreaming the DTS-HD MA 7.1 soundtrack on this disc?
    During the EAP, there was a problem while bitstreaming 7.1 DTS-HD MA tracks. Narnia, for example had a problem with the rear speakers crackling while bitstreaming during the train station scene when the train was
    whipping by. I think it was around the 13:00 minute mark.

    OPPO fixed the DTS-HD MA 7.1 issue months ago. I watched the movie
    several times with no problems since they fixed it. I will throw it in tonight
    and report back if I have any problems.
    Display: Pioneer PRO-151 60" Elite
    Blu-ray player: OPPO BDP-93, Sony BDP-S1000ES
    HD DVD player: Toshiba HD-XA2(2)
    Processor: Onkyo PR-SC885
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  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by PETMIC View Post
    Have you notified OPPO about this disc?
    I sent them an email after I got the disc.
  3. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by furriballs View Post
    I sent them an email after I got the disc.
    Let us know what they say.
    Display: Pioneer PRO-151 60" Elite
    Blu-ray player: OPPO BDP-93, Sony BDP-S1000ES
    HD DVD player: Toshiba HD-XA2(2)
    Processor: Onkyo PR-SC885
    Amplifier: Emotiva IPS-1 150Wx7
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    I tried the beta firmware & can confirm it fixes the issue with,

    The Haunting in Connecticut
    12 Rounds

    I'll use the time codes you've given to see if The Devil's Rejects freezes. Also see if The Towering Inferno loads up.
    Time for Blu to go mainstream.

    = 284
    = 2700
    = 99.47 terabytes
    = 5th console
    = 1st console
  6. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by PETMIC View Post
    During the EAP, there was a problem while bitstreaming 7.1 DTS-HD MA tracks. Narnia, for example had a problem with the rear speakers crackling while bitstreaming during the train station scene when the train was
    whipping by. I think it was around the 13:00 minute mark.

    OPPO fixed the DTS-HD MA 7.1 issue months ago. I watched the movie
    several times with no problems since they fixed it. I will throw it in tonight
    and report back if I have any problems.
    Thanks. Let me know.

    Prince Caspian had dropouts every 2 or 3 seconds it wasn't just during the train scene.

    I had to change it to PCM. It was too annoying.

    Let me know if it does the same for you. My firmware is the latest before the Beta software.

    I am running the region free hack software of it but it shouldn't affect bitstreaming DTS-HD MA 7.1
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  7. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by marine92104 View Post
    Thanks. Let me know.

    Prince Caspian had dropouts every 2 or 3 seconds it wasn't just during the train scene.

    I had to change it to PCM. It was too annoying.

    Let me know if it does the same for you. My firmware is the latest before the Beta software.

    I am running the region free hack software of it but it shouldn't affect bitstreaming DTS-HD MA 7.1
    I watched about the first 25 minutes of Prince Caspian(bitstreaming)
    and no dropouts at all. I am running a different firmware version than you.

    Try and do a factory reset and see if it is still a problem.

    If it persists, try and re-install the beta firmware again without
    the hack and see if it helps.
    Display: Pioneer PRO-151 60" Elite
    Blu-ray player: OPPO BDP-93, Sony BDP-S1000ES
    HD DVD player: Toshiba HD-XA2(2)
    Processor: Onkyo PR-SC885
    Amplifier: Emotiva IPS-1 150Wx7
    Game Console: Xbox One, PS4
    Speakers: Mythos ST(Fronts), Mythos Ten(Center), Mythos One(Rears)
  8. #23
    Oppo has posted the new beta firmware for public use:

    Beta Test Version

    Release date: July 24, 2009.
    Category: Public Beta Release

    Main Version: BDP83-34-0722
    Loader Version: BE2403 85752403
    Sub Version: MCU83-23-0513
    Installation Instructions and Download Link: Click Here

    To check the firmware version installed on your player, please go to the Setup Menu and select "Device Setup Firmware Information".



    Release Notes:

    Based on the previous official release version BDP83-31-0620, the major changes included in this version are:

    1. Blu-ray Disc compatibility improvement, especially for certain titles such as "12 Rounds" and "The Haunting in Connecticut".
    2. Additional "Deep Color" options utilizing dithering. If the display does not support 36-bit deep color, dithering 36-bit to 30-bit or 24-bit may produce an image that is visually smoother than rounding 36-bit to 30- or 24-bit.
    3. Improved precision for color space conversion.
    4. Improved upconversion for MKV files that have a picture size smaller than 1280x720 with 24fps frame rate.
    5. Improvement for DVD navigation.
    6. Other general disc compatibility and performance improvements.


    All features and improvements of the previous firmware are also included in this version.

    Known Issue:

    o After selecting "Reset Factory Defaults" from the "Device Setup" menu, the player may lose video output and stop responding to remote control. Should this happen, please turn off the player, turn it back on, enter the setup menu, and select "Device Setup" - "Persistent Storage" - "Erase BD-Video Data". This should clear the error condition and allow you to reset factory default settings.
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  9. #24
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    The 722 firmware fixes the issues with these titles,

    The Haunting in Connecticut
    12 Rounds
    The Towering Inferno


    I have not tried Devil's Rejects yet.
    Time for Blu to go mainstream.

    = 284
    = 2700
    = 99.47 terabytes
    = 5th console
    = 1st console
  10. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by PETMIC View Post
    I watched about the first 25 minutes of Prince Caspian(bitstreaming)
    and no dropouts at all. I am running a different firmware version than you.

    Try and do a factory reset and see if it is still a problem.

    If it persists, try and re-install the beta firmware again without
    the hack and see if it helps.
    What firmware are you using that is not causing audio dropouts on DTS-HD MA 7.1?

    I have tried 430, 601 & 620 with & without region free hack & all of them are having audio dropouts every few seconds when bitstreaming DTS-HD MA 7.1.

    The surround speakers are also overpowering the center & front speakers. They are really loud. I'm not having this problem with Dolby Digital or Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD MA 5.1 sound.

    When I switch to PCM for DTS-HD MA 7.1 then all the problems are resolved & sound great. I just have to turn up the PCM by about 8 notches on my receiver (Pioneer Elite VSX-94TXH).

    I also checked the Pioneer website & there's no firmware updates for this receiver so I don't believe it could be the receiver. It worked fine with the Pioneer Elite Blu-ray player I replaced with DTS-HD MA 7.1 bitstreamed.

    I guess I can call Oppo next week to see if they can think of anything to resolve it.
    Last edited by marine92104; 07-26-2009 at 07:38 PM.
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  11. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by marine92104 View Post
    What firmware are you using that is not causing audio dropouts on DTS-HD MA 7.1?

    I have tried 430, 601 & 620 with & without region free hack & all of them are having audio dropouts every few seconds when bitstreaming DTS-HD MA 7.1.

    The surround speakers are also overpowering the center & front speakers. They are really loud. I'm not having this problem with Dolby Digital or Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD MA 5.1 sound.

    When I switch to PCM for DTS-HD MA 7.1 then all the problems are resolved & sound great. I just have to turn up the PCM by about 8 notches on my receiver (Pioneer Elite VSX-94TXH).

    I also checked the Pioneer website & there's no firmware updates for this receiver so I don't believe it could be the receiver. It worked fine with the Pioneer Elite Blu-ray player I replaced with DTS-HD MA 7.1 bitstreamed.

    I guess I can call Oppo next week to see if they can think of anything to resolve it.
    I was using the expiremental firmware OPPO provided for 12 rounds
    and Haunting in Connecticut.

    It is now a Public Beta Firmware.

    http://www.oppodigital.com/blu-ray-b...e-34-0722.aspx

    When you call OPPO, I would be hesitant to tell them you are using
    the region free firmware hack.
    Display: Pioneer PRO-151 60" Elite
    Blu-ray player: OPPO BDP-93, Sony BDP-S1000ES
    HD DVD player: Toshiba HD-XA2(2)
    Processor: Onkyo PR-SC885
    Amplifier: Emotiva IPS-1 150Wx7
    Game Console: Xbox One, PS4
    Speakers: Mythos ST(Fronts), Mythos Ten(Center), Mythos One(Rears)
  12. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by PETMIC View Post
    I was using the expiremental firmware OPPO provided for 12 rounds
    and Haunting in Connecticut.

    It is now a Public Beta Firmware.

    http://www.oppodigital.com/blu-ray-b...e-34-0722.aspx

    When you call OPPO, I would be hesitant to tell them you are using
    the region free firmware hack
    .
    Wouldn't that void my warranty?

    I played around with it yesterday & tried 3 different software versions. They all do it. I tried it with the hack & without.

    I can use PCM instead of bitstreaming so at least I can play the movies with the DTS-HD MA 7.1 soundtrack that way.

    Looks like I'll be calling Oppo.
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  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by marine92104 View Post
    Wouldn't that void my warranty?

    I played around with it yesterday & tried 3 different software versions. They all do it. I tried it with the hack & without.

    I can use PCM instead of bitstreaming so at least I can play the movies with the DTS-HD MA 7.1 soundtrack that way.

    Looks like I'll be calling Oppo.
    Yes, it will void your warranty.

    They will want to now specific time stamps were the dropouts are
    happening and your equipment list.

    These dropouts happen with all 7.1 DTS HD MA discs?
    Display: Pioneer PRO-151 60" Elite
    Blu-ray player: OPPO BDP-93, Sony BDP-S1000ES
    HD DVD player: Toshiba HD-XA2(2)
    Processor: Onkyo PR-SC885
    Amplifier: Emotiva IPS-1 150Wx7
    Game Console: Xbox One, PS4
    Speakers: Mythos ST(Fronts), Mythos Ten(Center), Mythos One(Rears)
  14. #29
    I selected the BD-Live option on "So I Married an Axe Murderer" and my player completely shit the bed.

    The BD-Live Java code attempted to run and tons of text was displayed all over the screen and it scrolled, saying things about "loading java" this and that, then the player completely died. It will no longer play discs at all.

    I reset to factory defaults and put the disc in again and it will not come up.

    Has anyone else tried the BD-Live selection on "So I Married an Axe Murderer" on their BDP-83?
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  15. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by PETMIC View Post
    Yes, it will void your warranty.

    They will want to now specific time stamps were the dropouts are
    happening and your equipment list.

    These dropouts happen with all 7.1 DTS HD MA discs?
    I've tried 2 different versions with & without the hack & it still has dropouts playing Prince Caspian.

    I have the Pioneer Elite VSX-94TXH receiver which I've checked & it has no firmware updates.

    I still need to call Oppo about it. I watched Rush Hour 3 bitstreaming the DTS-HD MA 7.1 soundtrack & my receiver showed 5.1 but it was bitstreaming 7.1.

    Maybe it's a problem with my receiver bitstreaming 7.1 DTS-HD MA. When I switch to PCM it correctly lights up 7.1 DTS-HD MA.

    The Rush Hour 3 didn't have any audio dropouts when bitstreaming DTS-HD MA 7.1 but again the receiver only had lighted up 5.1 but was sending 7.1 to the speakers.

    Really confused.
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