I'm thinking of getting a widescreen tv, AV amp and speakers the thing is i'm a bit muddled over set up and what sort of AV connections i need, for example will i need co-axial and optical inputs, most amps i've looked at have none or a few. Also does DTS and dolby digital give full surround sound, and what media actually plays DTS and THX? I've got my eye on a Kenwood krf-x9050d for £279.95 it has:- Optical Outputs: 0 Optical Inputs: 2 Coaxial Outputs: 0 Coaxial Inputs: 2 Headphone Socket: yes Power Rating: 5x 110 watts RDS: yes AM/FM Receiver: yes Pro-Logic: yes Subwoofer Output: yes Dolby Digital: yes DTS: yes THX: yes OTHER INFO THX select. 6 channel input for DVD-A. Universal remote control DVD/TV/VCR I will want to connect my PS2(optical for dvd's etc) and portable mini-disc player/recorder(has optical input) into the amp i assume the Widescreen TV (not sure which one to get yet) and the 1st gen digibox do not output dts or surround sound so will not have any input to the amp and any DVD sound etc will come through the external speakers and not the tv's. If i have got this all right/wrong please let me know and any advice on Amps/home theatre would be greatfully received.