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    Default SACD Ripping using an Oppo or Pioneer? Yes, it's true!!!

     
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    Very cool! Thanks for the link!
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    My pleasure.. I'm using Sonore's ISO2DSD on my Mac Mini and it's working GREAT! I'm ripping all my SACD's now! I only have about 20 or so.. Not a big deal.. Takes a long time to do each one, especially if the disc has multi-channel layer... Worth it, tho. :-)

    In that thread, look for the links to this document: Ripping SACDs using an Oppo 103 or 105.docx
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    Retirement is doing you good, Tom! Nice new avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomDac View Post
    My pleasure.. I'm using Sonore's ISO2DSD on my Mac Mini and it's working GREAT! I'm ripping all my SACD's now! I only have about 20 or so.. Not a big deal.. Takes a long time to do each one, especially if the disc has multi-channel layer... Worth it, tho. :-)

    In that thread, look for the links to this document: Ripping SACDs using an Oppo 103 or 105.docx
    I found it and already downloaded it!

    Thanks again!

    And, I agree with Bernard, you look very happy in your new avatar pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernard View Post
    Retirement is doing you good, Tom! Nice new avatar.
    thanks!! That pic is actually from our wedding day almost 3 years ago. Happiest day of my life! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomDac View Post
    thanks!! That pic is actually from our wedding day almost 3 years ago. Happiest day of my life! :-)
    Awesome Tom. No oppo here but lots of ripped disks. Nice to push them thru my DAC

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    Yeah.. makes me wish I had more to rip!!! LOL
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    Cool, glad you found that Tom. Been using that on my Oppo 103 for quite a while myself, as I have close to 70 SACDs, and new ones showing up every month or two.
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    Already ripped over 100 SACDs. Most sound better than their Redbook counterparts, but not all. Mastering and producing is still more important than format.
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    Very true indeed.
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    I’ve got an Oppo 105 and have been wanting to try this since I have a bunch of SACDs. But I’m a little intimidated. How difficult/complicated is it? I’m not much of a computer geek, but I can manage the basics.
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    Hey Rich.. It's SUPER EASY...

    Look at this doc..

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fsigs8b3m...0105.docx?dl=0

    I can walk you thru it if you wanna set up a call.. Let me know..
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    You'll need a flash drive with software loaded onto it like so:

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    Then you create a folder on your computer where the iso2DSD software is.. I called my folder SACD.

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    You will need to know the IP address of the Oppo on your network.. Turn it on and go into the network settings to see the IP address and write that down.. Also, go into the settings and turn OFF the function to auto play when a disc is inserted.

    Also...You'll be moving the ISO file from the Oppo to your computer, so I suggest your computer and the Oppo are both wired connections on the network instead of wi-fi...


    With your Oppo turned off, insert the flash drive into the USB port on the front of your Oppo. Then turn the Oppo on and insert a SACD.

    On your computer, go to your SACD folder and right click the "iso2dsd_gui.jar" file and chose "open". You'll see this splash screen:
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    Once it loads, you'll see this:
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    Make sure "Server Input" is selected at the top (the "file input" function is if you already have an ISO file on your computer.
    Enter the IP address of your Oppo.
    Select the channel mode... If the SACD has both 2 Channel and multi channel layers, you'll have to rip it two times, changing this setting each time.
    Select output mode. I used "Sony DSF"
    Click "Execute". Now the software is going to the Oppo and it will read the SACD and extract the layer you've asked for...

    EASY.
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    Nice Tom. Do we know if the oppo 203 will do this?

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