I read somewhere that in order to get DTS sound you have to have a DTS compatible player (with DTS Digital Out logo) and a DTS amp. This is because the standard digital out on DVD players, used for Dolby 5.1 cannot cope with the extra data involved with a DTS soundtrack (since DTS uses less compression) This seems strange as the display on my amp (connected via coaxial didgital out) shows it is receiving a DTS signal, but my player (wharefdale 750) does not have DTS. Perhaps all it's getting is the bit of the DTS data that says it's a DTS track and not the rest. If that was the case though, you'd expect the sound to be knackered. I had thought that the DTS logo on the player was because the player had the DTS decoder on board, but from looking at the DTS website http://www.dtsonline.com/home/logos-hardware.shtml, the DTS logo on the player is just saying that it is sending the DTS data to your amp, and the amp does the decoding. Can anyone clear this up for me?