I've already asked this in a thread in speakers forum but this might be a better place for it. I've connected my H/K DVD25 with an optical toslink cable only and it's being used for both CD's and DVD's. The subwoofer (a humble Velo SPL-1200) settings that sound good with film tend to sound too bassy with music. The problem is that apparently Denon only has one setting for all digital inputs. So it seems that the way to have separate music settings would be using the DVD player's DAC's and connect it with a pair of RCA's to the receiver. However, I'm afraid that would induce an extra D/A/D conversion compared to using the digital pathway. Am I right? I figure that while H/K boasts about the DAC's used in DVD25, it's unlikely that the Denon's DAC's are inferior. What do you think? So how's it that you guys find the best settings for different sources? Or is only me that want's different settings for music and film?