I have a Pioneer 656a DVD player and VSXD811 receiver. At the moment all I have is a coaxial connexion for Dolby digital movies and when more DVDA and SACD music discs are available I know that to enjoy these I will need to connect 5:1 analogue leads between the two. But what about straightforward CD music at the moment? According to Pioneer technical help I don't need any other connexion as my CD's are 'piped' down the coaxial lead. But is this the best way to enjoy Stereo or would it be better with straightforward phono leads? The manual for the DVD player says that I should also have 2 analogue connexions for this but when I queried this with Pioneer man he said coaxial lead was sufficient? If I do need to connect phono leads to where do I connect them? At the moment I have to select DVD player on my amp but this obviously then picks up the coaxial connexion? So would I connect phonos to input called 'CD' and then select this? Hope someone can help as there are so many varying bits of advice. Thanks Martin.