Hi, I'm thinking about buying a 'cheap' universal player (i.e. DVD-V, DVD-A, SACD) as a stopgap until the format wars shake themselves out. Although I'm aware that the current crop of universal players probably only offer a glimpse of what the new hi-res formats are capable of there is one area in which I have specific requirements; bass management. Specifically I need the player to be able to adjust the subwoofer crossover frequency. This is because my subwoofer (a Sonus Faber Gravis) has an upper frequency cut-off of 65Hz and (I'm guessing) that most DVD-A/SACD DACs will default to something like 80Hz. So, a couple of questions arise: 1. Are any players capable of this level of bass management? 2. If so, do they do it 'properly' (i.e. for SACD do they keep everything as DSD)? 3. As an alternative do universal players let you specify 'no sub' and then subsequently send full-range info to the other front speakers (I can then use the high-level input into the sub)? Also, does anyone have any opionions wrt to the hi-res playback abilities of the Pioneer, Denon and Marantz universal players? BTW, I already have an Arcam CD23 for CD playback so I'm really not interested in their CD playback abilities. Regards, Jules.