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I am trying to reach Dave (HiFiNut) who bought the Altec speakers from me a while back.......I lost my contact info -and could not reach him......I have been to Reno twice -and wanted to hook up with him.......I also tried to write him directly here on HiFi Haven (but can't seem to access writing to him)......
A sixty something English bloke, divorced, 2 children and 2 grandchildren. Interested in burning sacd to dsd via Sony bluray! Interested in history, photography, music and muzack, going to Belgium on an annual visit to the beer heaven that Belgium really is, seeking out cheap hi fi from charity shops/ thrift stores ( Sony PS-X4 turntable for £30 latest purchase).
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pianowerk
I had a very flaky start the other day so gave up starting again from fresh today. I have now ripped 5, yes 5 discs without problems! Incredibly grateful for the vast amount of knowledge on this forum. I never got my PS3 working ripping discs so I think I'll stick to the bluray method now that it seems to just work. I am using the Sony BDP S390.
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MikeyFresh
MikeyFresh
Oh yes it will just work, the only thing to note is you likely need to power cycle the machine every 7-8 rips due to what appears to be a memory leak in the .exe (we think). This means about 7-8 rips in the process will quit working, however it's not a big deal, just power cycle the machine and read in the AutoScript again. Then resume ripping (noting any potential change to the IP address issued by your router).
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pianowerk
Exactly right on both counts! I've set the s390 to autoset the ip address so now I make sure to check ip settings after each power cycle. I got to 8 rips today without problems but the 9th gave me an error - either ping failure or unable to access drive. Onwards and upwards!
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