Dear all, I do not know if the question should be asked in DVD player section or Receiver section anyway here is the issue: I have Denon 2800mkII (newest soft), recently I purchased receiver Denon 3803 (looks nice). Then to use at least some of the capabilities I bought DVD-Audio: Queen, A night at the opera with DTS 96/24 to be played on normal DVD Video player as 2800 does not support DVD-Audio. But the disc has in addition DVD-Audio track (MLP) and PCM 96/24 track. Here comes my problem I can not play PCM 96/24 via digital connection. DVD player shows the PCM 96/24 signal being outputted. Receiver shows analog. When I shift audio to DTS 96/24 receiver works fine and changes to digital (BTW 5.1 mix is very enjoyable). What I have done so far: Connected via coax and tos same thing does not show digital (I use Monster (bloody expensive) cables) Player is indeed outputting analog signal and plays via analog I forced PCM did not help Forced PCM on the player player down sampled to PCM 48 (even with the PCM down sampling function switched to off) but then receiver played it via digital So the revelation came out - maybe receiver can not absorb PCM 96/24 but I did not believe that so: I ripped 3 tracks from CD. I used Wavelab to recode those tracks to PCM 96/24 (as a matter of fact it produces subjectively better sound quality although (Steinberg claims doing that it should not). I produced DVD on DVD-rw (Pioneer brand) with DVD Architect (great simple soft) and ----- everything plays just fine. Player shows 96/24 sign, receiver shows 96/24 sign. So any idea why my Queen DVD does not play vie digital PCM 96/24. Regards. Marek P.S. Do not be fooled with 3803 capabilities to transcode video signals from S-VHS and composite to Component give really sh ty, below any critics, results.