Can anyone tell me if they have noticed a difference, between the digital and analouge connections.......?? Let me try and explain......i have a 656 connected via the digital coax......thought i would try the 6 analouge connections and inbuilt decoder and see if it makes CD's sound any better, so i brought some leads.....£40 for 2x3 phono-phono leads....i connect them up and try it, but the volume is much lower than the digital coax......normal listerning volume for dvd's is 00, but with the analouge leads, it needs to go up to +3 (00 still seems high to me, seeing as i could not turn my old sony 930 past half way for movies and now i'm nearly running the denon to the max...???)...music listerning, used to be around -20 to -18, but with analouge leads, needs to be up around -10 to -05.....is this normal for denon kit.....does denon stuff recive a higher channel level through the digital than the analouge, or maybe the 656 outputs higher channel level via the digital.....?? Is there some sort of prob, or maybe i just need to adjust the channel level on the 656. When i had the sony 930 and a 626, the volume used to be the same, weather it was analouge or digital. Does anyone else find they have to run there 3803 quite hard to get any volume out of it, or have i got a dodgy one....?? According to the specks, the denon is supposed to have more watts per channel than the sony was (110 compared to 100) but i can turn the denon right up and still stay in the same room, where the sony was too loud, after only 3/4 volume.