I am having problems getting audio out of my AVR300 when using a digital coax input and DVDs I have created from off-air digital TV programmes transferred from my PVR. The AVR300 selects PCM automatically, but theres no sound. I can get sound via the digital coax input if my HK DVD25 player is configured to output PCM, but thats inconvenient because it then needs resetting to play DD/DTS audio streams from standard DVDs. Connecting up an analogue stereo lead between the DVD player and an analogue input on the AVR300 also results in sound, providing I override the digital input. I think the problem is due to the audio being in MPEG format. The original source was Freeview. The editing software used to produce the DVDs indicates the audio is MPEG with a 256Kbps rate. The HK DVD25 also reports the audio as being MPEG (16bit / 48KHz) with a bit rate that varies but appears consistent with the 256Kbps rate reported by the editing software. Reading back through some old threads suggests the AVR300 doesnt decode MPEG audio. Is this still the case or was MPEG decoding added to the AVR300 in a later software update?