There are only Two Sacd players that will do it, the catch is that you must also use their Receiver. So the answer would have to be no.
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As far as I know, there is not yet a standard for outputting an SACD digital signal for consumer grade electronics. Currently, I think only proffesional equipment has such outputs. There is an SACD transport from SHARP but it has a proprietary output that can only be connected to a sharp digital amp
At least three units will output SACD data via firewire using the standard format agreed last Autumn/Fall. They are the Sony SCD XA 9000es, the Denon A-11/5900 and a recently released Pioneer universal player (I think it might be the 59Avi). All of them output a DSD stream using firewire and a common (i.e. standard) format.
There have been some problems with the Denon unit being unable to communicate with non-Denon gear; a firmware upgrade is said to correct this.