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I wish there was a software company like dbPower amp that would invent a program to import DSD from SACD. This ISO stuff and making different files with a DVD player it truly beyond my pay grade although simple to others Truly there has to be a simpler way. I have about 300 SACDs and cannot rip the DSD file for instant playback on my Bryson Digital player, the BDP3. If I could rip, I would have my entire SACD collection at my finger tips the way I have my CDs.
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I wish there was a software company like dbPower amp that would invent a program to import DSD from SACD. This ISO stuff and making different files with a DVD player it truly beyond my pay grade although simple to others Truly there has to be a simpler way. I have about 300 SACDs and cannot rip the DSD file for instant playback on my Bryson Digital player, the BDP3. If I could rip, I would have my entire SACD collection at my finger tips the way I have my CDs.
C'mon. It was complex once but now it is almost trivial, once set up. And as for that, it can be plug-and-play with available help.
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I can chime in that ripping SACDs with a Sony is practically dummy proof. I picked up a S5100 for $17 and followed the instruction for obtaining the auto script files. Download one of the two programs. Then it’s just a matter of plugging in the usb and loading your discs. Ripped my collection in a matter of hours.
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I can chime in that ripping SACDs with a Sony is practically dummy proof. I picked up a S5100 for $17 and followed the instruction for obtaining the auto script files. Download one of the two programs. Then it’s just a matter of plugging in the usb and loading your discs. Ripped my collection in a matter of hours.
Out of interest...

Are you backing up your SACD's to a network connected computer. Or are you backing them up to the same USB flash drive that contains the 'auto script' files?

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Out of interest...

Are you backing up your SACD's to a network connected computer. Or are you backing them up to the same USB flash drive that contains the 'auto script' files?
They are on the same computer I have the ripping software on.

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C'mon. It was complex once but now it is almost trivial, once set up. And as for that, it can be plug-and-play with available help.
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I can chime in that ripping SACDs with a Sony is practically dummy proof. I picked up a S5100 for $17 and followed the instruction for obtaining the auto script files. Download one of the two programs. Then it’s just a matter of plugging in the usb and loading your discs. Ripped my collection in a matter of hours.
I own a Sony UHP-H1. It plays DSD through its HDMI output. Can this unit be used to rip DSD from SACD with the appropriate software?
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I own a Sony UHP-H1. It plays DSD through its HDMI output. Can this unit be used to rip DSD from SACD with the appropriate software?
As far as I know you can only use the players listed on this link.

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As far as I know you can only use the players listed on this link.

https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/t...comment-940992
To add to this thorough list, you could rip SACDs from one of the early versions of the PS3 after some modification (complexity depending on your skillset/patience).
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I own a Sony UHP-H1. It plays DSD through its HDMI output. Can this unit be used to rip DSD from SACD with the appropriate software?
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I own a Sony UHP-H1. It plays DSD through its HDMI output. Can this unit be used to rip DSD from SACD with the appropriate software?
Fwiw, I own this player as well as the the original Sony X-800s and it works flawlessly where as sadly the latter has not.
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Fwiw, I own this player as well as the the original Sony X-800s and it works flawlessly where as sadly the latter has not.
Can you be more specific? Are you saying you own the UHP-H1 and you were successful in using it to extract the DSD file from SACD on it?
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Sorry, no.
If you can't, there must be some peculiar design issue that prevents it. I guess being able to hear DSD through HDMI is not the standard for being able to import DSD from SACD.
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Can you be more specific? Are you saying you own the UHP-H1 and you were successful in using it to extract the DSD file from SACD on it?
No. Sorry for the confusion. I meant as a SACD/DVD-A player.
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Well I guess now I'm back to Kal and Bguzman. I will buy one of those Sony players on the list. Does anyone know where I can get instructions on the procedure with one of those Sony players? I assume the procedure will be the same for any of them, correct?
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Just in-case any 'SACD ripping' newbies were wondering...

At the time of writing (and already mentioned by Bill Mac), no 4K UHD disc spinners are capable of backing-up SACD's. Only some 2K players fitted with Mediatek MT8580 or MT8560 A/V decoding chip-sets are able to do this.

As previously mentioned, the current list of 'SACD ripping' capable players can be found here: https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/t...comment-940992


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Just in-case any 'SACD ripping' newbies were wondering...

At the time of writing (and already mentioned by Bill Mac), no 4K UHD disc spinners are capable of backing-up SACD's. Only some 2K players fitted with Mediatek MT8580 or MT8560 A/V decoding chip-sets are able to do this.

As previously mentioned, the current list of 'SACD ripping' capable players can be found here: https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/t...comment-940992


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Additionally, detailed instructions are also located within the linked thread above. It's easiest to start with the first post of the thread.

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At the time of writing (and already mentioned by Bill Mac), no 4K UHD disc spinners are capable of backing-up SACD's. Only some 2K players fitted with Mediatek MT8580 or MT8560 A/V decoding chip-sets are able to do this.
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Additionally, detailed instructions are also located within the linked thread above. It's easiest to start with the first post of the thread.
I suggest one of two alternatives:
1. An Oppo 103 or 105 since they offer the simplest ripping procedures but are relatively expensive.
2. The least expensive qualifying Sony.
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I suggest one of two alternatives:
1. An Oppo 103 or 105 since they offer the simplest ripping procedures but are relatively expensive.
2. The least expensive qualifying Sony.
Thank you, Kal. I elected to purchase the Sony S390 as it was he cheapest option. The Oppo players are cost prohibitive.
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Gentlemen, I received my Sony S390 but it has been a nightmare trying to determine which auto script to use and how to get it onto a USB drive. Can someone, please either openly or PM me which script version to use and how to get the script version onto a USB drive. I can use either a PC or Macbook. I appreciate it. Thank you.
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Gentlemen, I received my Sony S390 but it has been a nightmare trying to determine which auto script to use and how to get it onto a USB drive. Can someone, please either openly or PM me which script version to use and how to get the script version onto a USB drive. I can use either a PC or Macbook. I appreciate it. Thank you.
Since my last post above, I was able to get about six (6) different auto scripts of the Sony S390 on a flash drive. However, after inserting the USB in the player, the player does not turn on automatically as the directions state, and the player does not show the auto script files. I changed the player to output DSD through HDMI, but this has no effect. Any assistance will be gratefully appreciated. Thanks again.
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Since my last post above, I was able to get about six (6) different auto scripts of the Sony S390 on a flash drive. However, after inserting the USB in the player, the player does not turn on automatically as the directions state, and the player does not show the auto script files. I changed the player to output DSD through HDMI, but this has no effect. Any assistance will be gratefully appreciated. Thanks again.
The Oppo 103 has to be powered up as far as I know. Insert the USB thumb drive and the drawer opens and your'e then able to insert an SACD to rip. Does the S390 have an "auto play" mode option in the menu? On the Oppo 103/105 that option has to be off. I found with the 103 there be another USB (hard drive) device connected. Also is there a disc in the S390?

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The Oppo 103 has to be powered up as far as I know. Insert the USB thumb drive and the drawer opens and your'e then able to insert an SACD to rip. Does the S390 have an "auto play" mode option in the menu? On the Oppo 103/105 that option has to be off. I found with the 103 there be another USB (hard drive) device connected. Also is there a disc in the S390?

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Bill, thank you kindly for responding. I did not have a disc in the S390 as the instructions I read stated you need to power up first and the disc drawer would open automatically and then you insert the disc. I looked at the extraction file, and I don't even know the program to use to extract it. Doesn't the file have to be uncompressed to use? Again, thanks for your response.
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The Oppo 103 has to be powered up as far as I know.
That is not true. You can insert the USB stick before powering up.
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That is not true. You can insert the USB stick before powering up.
Kal, do you know if the auto script file has to be unzipped. What program do you use to do this?
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I found with the 103 there be another USB (hard drive) device connected.

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This is also incorrect. I insert the USB flash drive. Turn on my 103. I then use the Sonore ISO2DSD graphical interface to convert the SACD to dsf files using the 'server' mode. I don't have another drive connected. You can do it through network.
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Kal, do you know if the auto script file has to be unzipped. What program do you use to do this?
Yes, unzipped . win rar is a good program for that,

Usb will end up with a folder in it that says Autoscript,

There is low power mode that is set in my model of sony so it is not completely off when you power off.
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Yes, unzipped . win rar is a good program for that,

Usb will end up with a folder in it that says Autoscript,

There is low power mode that is set in my model of sony so it is not completely off when you power off.
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I am hopeful someone can help me on using the auto script file to rip DSD from SACD on the Sony BDP-S390. I have the machine, and I guess the file, but now I'm stuck. Kal, this is not so simple which is why I never attempted to try it. ALL the instruction seem too vague an written for highly skilled computer literate folks which is not me.
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That is not true. You can insert the USB stick before powering up.
You miss understood my post. In my response to gbaby's post where he stated...
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However, after inserting the USB in the player, the player does not turn on automatically as the directions state, and the player does not show the auto script files.
What I meant is that when inserting the USB stick the Oppo 103 or 105 do not power up. Both Oppo players need to be powered up for the drawer to open and to start the ripping process. Yes you can insert the USB stick before powering up. But by doing so it does not power up the 103 or 105.

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This is also incorrect. I insert the USB flash drive. Turn on my 103. I then use the Sonore ISO2DSD graphical interface to convert the SACD to dsf files using the 'server' mode. I don't have another drive connected. You can do it through network.
What I meant to say but did not convey correctly...
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I found with the 103 there be another USB (hard drive) device connected.
...is that if a hard drive is connected to either of the rear USB ports of the 103 the drawer will not open. Remove the connected hard drive then reinsert the USB stick and then the draw will open. In my initial attempt at ripping SACDs I encountered this problem. Once I figured out that there can not be another USB device connected everything went fine. Also the reverse process of powering up the 103 first then inserting the USB stick works just as well.

Apologies to gbaby if my post to assist led to further confusion .

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