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Using multiple outs on OPPO blu ray player - solved!
« on: March 15, 2021, 02:18:12 PM »
So my family is getting tired of dealing with the home theater setup every time they want to watch a DVD/Blu-ray. Looking for the best solution so they can watch direct to TV, bypassing the HTR. Only coming up with two solutions:

- use a HDMI one in two out splitter. Not sure of the quality of these and if they send exact audio and video signal to both devices. One being the TV and the other the HTR.

- connect a second player using the component and audio outputs to the TV. HDMI inputs on TV are all used. (actually think this would be the easiest solution for them)

Maybe there’s more solutions? Thanks.

Solved: upgraded from a OPPO Bdp-80 to a Bdp-93. The 93 has dual HDMI outs.
« Last Edit: March 26, 2021, 05:54:12 PM by ts »
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Re: HDMI output question
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2021, 02:38:26 PM »
We use a splitter that separates the audio. HDMI In > HDMI Out, RCA L&R (Audio)

Works like a charm and pretty cheap for a box on Amazon

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Re: HDMI output question
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2021, 04:17:17 PM »
So my family is getting tired of dealing with the home theater setup every time they want to watch a DVD/Blu-ray. Looking for the best solution so they can watch direct to TV, bypassing the HTR. Only coming up with two solutions:

- use a HDMI one in two out splitter. Not sure of the quality of these and if they send exact audio and video signal to both devices. One being the TV and the other the HTR.

- connect a second player using the component and audio outputs to the TV. HDMI inputs on TV are all used. (actually think this would be the easiest solution for them)

Maybe there’s more solutions? Thanks.

what outs do you have on the blu-ray / dvd player ?

i just picked up a splitter on amazon for 2 hdmi in 1 out and optical to connect to older receiver. was sub $30 works great
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