Hi, My question. I have just recently purchased a Denon AVR2105 to go with my existing Mordant Short Premier Plus speaker system, this being coupled digitally (optical) to a Sony RDR-GX300 DVD recorder. (Replacing old Technics AV Amp with Pro Logic 50watts per channel x5) The volume output is really low thru these speakers when watching a movie with DTS/Dolby Digital or Dolby Pro Logic modes (tried all the possible modes and settings almost having to run the unit at 80% volume to make it comfortable listening (and i'm not deaf) 100% flatout still isn't loud!. Although using playing cd's from the same source DVD recorder via optical isn't so much of a problem. its got more oomph!!, But to me this doesn't sound like 90 watts per channel Also Using the preout phonos from a Sony Nicam TV set directly into the Denon via Aux/TV and selecting any of the modes produces naff volume results..... So.. Is it that Movie Soundtracks are lower in volume when using digital devices ie DTS/Dolby Digital compared to analogue? or does Dolby Pro Logic II take a huge lump of the volume in the sound processing? or is it simply mismatch of speaker ohm's, cos my previous Technics AV Amp made these speakers dance compared to this Denon in Dolby modes? Help would be grateful for a newbie!