I have an album of John Denver re-recorded tracks. If these are the same versions of them in quad, I would buy this set in a heartbeat.I have it. It is still sealed so I haven't heard it yet but it is real and they are rerecorded with John Denver using original instruments where possible I believe.
A bit off topic..It seems that the more inconvenient the format the better it sounds...and the holy grail of inconvenient formats is the multi-channel reel.I have had it for years. Very bland. Redo of all songs. Some do sound better than the originals which were late 60s and not great sonically. I have a greatest hits reel and it is ok. The thing about reels is they sample at around 500,000 times a second which blows away anything digital.
I also have a 205 in my main listening room, but it’s at the other end of my house from my computer room with Foobar. Since the Oppo has a network menu; I need to go back in and see if there’s some way (perhaps a Foobar plug-in I’ve overlooked that can push music to the Oppo over the network.) I know the Oppo can see hard drives on my computer, and play from there, but still would be great to know if this is possible. My AVR is not one that can receive networked music; therefore I can use the Oppo as a transport.Preferably I'd rather have Foobar send the DSD signal directly to my receivers over HDMI like my Oppos UDP-205 and BDP-103D can, and have my receivers decode DSD. But I can't figure how to configure Foobar to do that. And I can't get my Oppos to recognize playlists. So in my office I use Foobar while I'm working.