Originally Posted by boondocks
Just use any good ripping software like Exact Audio Copy, or open the CD in Foobar and it should let you extract to wav.
You will lose nothing by extracting to wav; just remember that DTS is lossy so don't convert to another lossy format or the sound will degrade.
I don't have a -93 but a friend that does tells me his 5.1 DTS wav files can be played through the Oppo using Foobar with the upnp plugin. I don't know exactly how he has Foobar setup just that it's doable.
After posting last night I used dbPowerAmp's CONVERT feature to save it to WAVE........Didn't think it was working right because it reported the file to be 16 bit 2 channel; However, the file size was pretty big so I tried one on the Oppo and it played just fine. My receiver showed all 6 channels coming in and it automatically switched to DTS mode. This was via a USB connected drive. I haven't uploaded to my NAS yet.
If anyone else wants to do this, just use the CONVERT feature of dbPowerAmp and leave all the bits and rates AS SOURCE. You just select all the CDA files and it will convert them all to WAVE format. Takes about 5 minutes to do an entire disc. Resulting files should be in the MB range as WAVE files.
Edit: Converted from WAVE to FLAC and they sound fine - still play DTS format, all 6 channels. I did this so I could tag and add album art for Twonky.