Just bought a new Pioneer DV350 DVD player (lovely!). When setting it up, I went through all the menus and set it as I thought I should(?) and spun a few disks. I am using an Ixos coax lead from DVD to Arcam AVR200. When put on a couple of DD DVD's, I immediatly noticed that I had to turn up the amp by about 20% more on the dial to get the same volume level I get from my Panasonic Sky box. I use a good phono lead from Sky to amp (I forget which make, but it sounds better than my old Cambridge Audio Pacific cable). So, I ask: is this lower level(volume at same db level on amp display) on DVD playback Vs Sky normal? I couldn't find anywhere on the Pioneer DVD to adjust output levels, whereas on Sky box I can adjust output (it is on max. at present). Would an optical-out be louder (better?) than coax? Any ideas please?