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    For Sale Great, that is my model..and it's proven to be a...

    Great, that is my model..and it's proven to be a workhorse. :) Is this machine the one you ripped with, i.e custom 3.55 and ripper all ready to go? That's a big selling point.
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    For Sale And what is the model number?

    And what is the model number?
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    The free utility HJSplit is a great tool. It...

    The free utility HJSplit is a great tool. It allows you to generate checksums and also does a great on joining larger-than-4GB ISOs (assuming you rip them to a fat32 USB thumb drve and they end up...
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    Yes, 5.1...that is important info. ;) Audiogate...

    Yes, 5.1...that is important info. ;) Audiogate does not handle anything but 2 channel.

    I have thousands of SACDs ripped, and all are fine playing gapless and DSF. Dark Side on right...
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    I think you are over reacting to the DSF issue. ...

    I think you are over reacting to the DSF issue. The clicks are, in many cases, inaudible (depending on DAC and player). That said, your Audiogate setup must be in error, because my Audiogate...
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    Ripping a cd does not affect the gap issue, only...

    Ripping a cd does not affect the gap issue, only playback software does. Most of us use software like JRiver and have gapless "on", so that the artists music flows the way it is supposed to (Abbey...
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    Norman, As I stated a few times, we are waiting...

    Norman,
    As I stated a few times, we are waiting on Todd. Nothing much to do until then. The free ones on Just Listen were what I had from him (and he gave his ok).
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    Yes,. in the case of DSDFile (Opus 3 analog to...

    Yes,. in the case of DSDFile (Opus 3 analog to DSD128 transfers) Jan uses the DSD128 files as source then downsamples to DSD64 for those versions. Net/net, if you can play them buy his DSD128 files;...
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    Migrado, You are missing the OP's point. The...

    Migrado, You are missing the OP's point. The discussion is not about what JRiver does when bitstreaming DSD or its higher fs rates, but it's about what JRiver does when one tries to simply...
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    In JRiver it is simple to show only 2 channel...

    In JRiver it is simple to show only 2 channel tracks from ISO, and I've documented it in several threads, so I assume foobar can do it too.
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    When a software player accepts non-ID3V2 tags,...

    When a software player accepts non-ID3V2 tags, it's just the tagging that doesn't travel well, often because a player uses a secondary file area (like a side-car) to store them. The file itself is...
  12. I would make sure that the NAS is wired ethernet...

    I would make sure that the NAS is wired ethernet to your home network, then both the Aries and your iPad app (Lightning DS) will be wireless. The app does not need to see anything but the Aries. ...
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    Yes, like Jan Eric Persson's great work at Opus 3...

    Yes, like Jan Eric Persson's great work at Opus 3 with Eric Bibb's (and others) analog to DSD128 transfers. I got a chance to chat with Jan at RMAF and his excitement over the transfers is a...
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    Yes, some players like JRIver and Foobar can...

    Yes, some players like JRIver and Foobar can store DFF tags in side cars (ie. not in the file per se, since the file does not have a header for storing tags like DSF does). This then means that the...
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    Yes, like the aforementioned Booker's Guitar. It...

    Yes, like the aforementioned Booker's Guitar. It would be nice......we will keep trying to close. :)
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    Yes, we continue to reach out to Concord. That...

    Yes, we continue to reach out to Concord. That album (Booker's Guitar) is great.
  17. The HAP-Z1ES is an average, at best, DAC IMHO. ...

    The HAP-Z1ES is an average, at best, DAC IMHO. It's features are somewhat interesting, but the sound is nothing like what you strive for in this thread.
  18. Adam, You seem to be saying I am wrong, when in...

    Adam, You seem to be saying I am wrong, when in fact my opinion is simply disagreeing with your opinion. :) There are few DACs I've ever heard that have the timbre density, organic quality of the...
  19. Teajay is a dear dear friend (we speak almost...

    Teajay is a dear dear friend (we speak almost daily). I spent last Friday, on the way home from a vacation, at his place. We always discuss DACs in this realm. Nice that you listed it again.
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    http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f11-software/j-r...

    http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f11-software/j-river-tips-and-techniques-user-experiences-repository-13684/index3.html#post272960

    You probably have to download the videos (links provided) since...
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    The batch converter can be individual-folder...

    The batch converter can be individual-folder specific if you need it to be, so although you could ic a large parent folder, simply go in and unclick those that are DSD. Me, I have my parent folders...
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    Yes, absolutely. Just make sure you have a later...

    Yes, absolutely. Just make sure you have a later FLAC codex that supports uncompressed FLAC (you'll know when the pull down includes it, like in my screenshot). And set DBpoweramp convert function...
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    Mike, As I just tried to clarify (and even...

    Mike,
    As I just tried to clarify (and even included a pic), uncompressed FLAC is NOT level 0! If you are finding Level 0 sounding better you have yet to hear the uncompressed version.
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    To clarify, FLAC 0 (zero) is still compressed...

    To clarify, FLAC 0 (zero) is still compressed (losslessly of course) FLAC. Uncompressed FLAC is relatively new over the past year or two and is helpful for those that do not want to compress their...
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    Music servers are, indeed, computers...dedicated...

    Music servers are, indeed, computers...dedicated customized ones, but computers nonetheless.
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