Hi, i come from germany / Karlsruhe - near Frankfurt and 3 h to Paris and Munich

Hello everybody,

I'm a fan of the highest quality music.
I switched from surround to pure stereo pleasure 2.3 years ago.

I have built a good sounding HIFI chain with German devices from the small German manufacturer AVM.
The chain consists of a CD with DAC, an analog preamplifier and 2 monoblocks and 2 reference speakers from ELAC, also a German company.

I occasionally use a Pioneer LX-800 (similar to oppo).
Ripping SACDs is unfortunately not possible with this ...

I prefer streaming from PC with JRiver, foobar or maybe roon in the future.

I stream from a small music PC with itx board on a benchtable in transparent acrylic and an open case.

The connection to the DAC is made via a Matrix H Element USB card on a PCIe slot.
The matrix card is externally supplied with clean electricity via a high-quality DC LPSU.

Luckily for me, I still lack the possibility to rip my own SACDs to hard disk, as iso or DST / DFF or DSD / DSF or whatever.

Fortunately, I came across this wonderful forum, where I found all the information I needed.

On Monday or Tuesday I will get a used Sony BDP-S7200, which I hope I can rip.

First of all thank you very much for all the information ....

Now I have another question:

Mikey has already shown me the link for:
sacd_extract-WINDOWS-v0.3.9@setmind_git_2019-03-21.

I have already downloaded the GUI under Java and extract.exe.
I have already downloaded the stand-alone solution - i.e. without a PC connection - e.g. the AutoScript folder.

But where can I find the files for the USB stick if I want to use the server solution, i.e. with Java GUI and extract.exe?

I haven't understood that yet.

I get the Sony including USB stick with all the necessary files for the server solution, but Mikey said it would be better if I reformatted the stick and took exactly the files that are current and from this forum.

Where can I find the files for the USB stick and server solution?

Many thanks to everyone and to this great forum !!

Best resgards from germany

Matthias
 
Welcome to the Haven.

You live in a very nice city. I stayed there once while visiting our sister company in Rastatt. Also, took some side trips to Baden Baden. :)
 
Hi and thanks a lot for the friendly welcome here on this greatfull forum!!!

I have one last short question:

With the "standalone" solution would be the small AutoScript folder on the stick on the player alone? Am I right?
But which files would be on the USB stick with the server solution ( with Java GUI extract and so in) ?

1
Or did I fundamentally misunderstand something - and when connecting via the GUI to the PC you don't need a stick on the player at all?

2

Or use the same files from the AutoScipt folder and the automatic ripping is deactivated by the connection.

Thank you very much,
Matthias

@Tsingtao_1903
I Think you mean Mercedes Benz 😊 , right 😎
 

Audionut

Next Round Is On Me
Welcome Matthia, looking forward to more posts from you and system pictures. Visiting Germany is on my ”to do” list.
 

MikeyFresh

Moderator
Staff member
Hi and thanks a lot for the friendly welcome here on this greatfull forum!!!

I have one last short question:

With the "standalone" solution would be the small AutoScript folder on the stick on the player alone? Am I right?
But which files would be on the USB stick with the server solution ( with Java GUI extract and so in) ?

1
Or did I fundamentally misunderstand something - and when connecting via the GUI to the PC you don't need a stick on the player at all?

2

Or use the same files from the AutoScipt folder and the automatic ripping is deactivated by the connection.

Thank you very much,
Matthias

@Tsingtao_1903
I Think you mean Mercedes Benz 😊 , right 😎

Greetings Mathias, welcome to HFH! You have some very nice system components, we'd love to see a picture!

I answered your questions about the AutoScripts and the 2 different ripping methods available for the S7200 in the other thread you posted.

I'll see you in the ripping thread once you receive the S7200!
 
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