About 10 years ago, back when I had a PS3, I got into SACD's. Sold that, and had an OPPO, which died five years later. I pitched it.
So, sitting in a box, I have about 28 SACD's. Mostly pop and some classical. There were a few titles that I really liked listening to. I'm tempted to get an SACD Player. My problem is that there aren't many players out there. I live in South Korea, and used players -- even poor ones -- go for ridiculous money. I have found that Sony makes the Ubp-X800M2, which seems to be about the ONLY inexpensive option. The niggling problem is that, per someone's Amazon comments:
The only real limitation here is that the DAC chip is only 24/96, so all your higher res audio will be limited by this.
I remember my PS3 output much higher resolution than that. I'd be sending the HDMI output to my Marantz SR8002, anyway. It's been years since I thought about DAC's and the like. Does this mean my Marantz will also be limited to this, if it's decoding?
Are there any other options for SACD Players I should look at, in a low price range (or lower, given that my Marantz will decode?)
Lastly, if I tried to sell these SACD's online, would anyone even care to buy them? Better to just try to sell them? Thoughts?