Any top SACD player with PCM output on the market?

If I found really great DAC, how can I listen SACD disks?
Is any transport or top players with standard high res PCM output?
All SACD transports I know has proprietary connection to DAC.
As standard, no. OTOH, you can resell your "really great DAC," and use the funds to buy a "really great player."

Some of us have modified a player to output PCM from SACD but this is generally not officially condoned.

Kal, can you suggest me that modification?
What player you choose as a source and who can do this modification?
Not simple.
See this thread: (Lots of info/discussion at this webforum)
I found that my Scarlatti can output PCM from SACD layer!
Incredible!!! It sounds much better than the same output from CD layer!
Yes, the Scarlatti transport can output PCM from SACD but:
2x AES/EBU on 3-pin male XLR connectors. Each outputs CD format data (16 bits at 44.1kS/s), whether a CD or SACD is playing.

2x SPDIF on 1x RCA Phono and 1x BNC connectors. Each outputs CD format data, whether a CD or SACD is playing.

1x SPDIF optical on a Toslink connector, outputs CD format data, whether a CD or SACD is playing.

1x SDIF-2 interface on 2x BNC connectors, outputs CD format data, whether a CD or SACD is playing.

So, all you are getting from the SACD is CD resolution (16/44.1). Wanna swap your Scarlatti for my modified Oppo? ;-)
If it performs better...why not? :)
But the thing is that CD format from SACD layer sounds better than from CD layer. I don't know, may be dCS has some unique algorithms to convert SACD to 16/44.1 PCM?
I am not surprised. Given that one is starting with a good high resolution signal and down-converting it with dCS algorithms, it is entirely possible that it is better than the, perhaps, compromised RedBook version.

Of course, 24/88.2 is even better. ;-)

You might try the Oppo BDP-83 which can output SACD as 24 bit 88.2 kHz on HDMI. It's not the pinnacle of transport engineering but it is a very good blu-ray player and will allow you to play SACD through your Scarlatti. You would need to use a converter for HDMI to coax or Toslink digital output, e.g.