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(27-Nov-2019, 05:15 PM) anewmission Wrote: I am about to buy the Cambridge audio rebadged oppo 105 from my cousin. I am wondering if this could do it. I think it's basically the same as the oppo udp 105 but with Cambridge audio dacs

Here is a list of compatible players. There are two CA models listed, so probably yeah?
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Is this still in works?
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(15-Dec-2020, 03:35 AM) micindev Wrote: Is this still in works?

It's in the backlog.. i.e. planned but havn't started to work on it yet.
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(15-Dec-2020, 09:28 AM) agent_kith Wrote:
(15-Dec-2020, 03:35 AM) micindev Wrote: Is this still in works?

It's in the backlog.. i.e. planned but havn't started to work on it yet.


I have just had to rip a couple of CD's, the first time in ages and I have lost & forgotten my previous goto apps...

Did some searching and found abcde - https://abcde.einval.com/wiki/

very simple to install & execute and does a great job. I used the flac script/config https://www.andrews-corner.org/abcde/abc....html#flac (just copy & paste to ~/.abcde.config)

execute is simply 'abcde' or 'abcde -d /dev/sr1' if like me, your CD drive is via USB. See also https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-rip-cds-f...mmand-line

If I was doing many more I would be adding the coverart scripts https://www.andrews-corner.org/abcde/getalbumart.html and explore The Automatic Ripping Machine app - https://github.com/automatic-ripping-mac...ng-machinehttps://b3n.org/automatic-ripping-machine/   ARM allows for automation, insert the cd and walk away while ripping with abcde.

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