Yamaha DSP-A5 96K input / DVD-Audio

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    Anyone out there manage to successfully output 96K from a DVD-A player into the DSP-A5? Pioneer 575 is the player, sounds great through the ext decoder inputs for both 2 channel and 5.1. Was kinda curious to hear how the Yamaha dealt with the 96K as digital. But it just displays PCM 96K for a few secs, then flips to Dolby Digital / silence. Strangely even if I configure the 575 to downsample to 48K it does exactly the same thing. Suppose the D/A conversion needs to happen sometime and the Ext Decoder sound is great, but basically the 96K digital input "aint doing what is says on the tin" ;)
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    This has been answered on the 'Processors' forum, soz for posting twice...PJ
     
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    Glad you got your answer :smashin:

    As a rule though try to avoid cross-posting.
     
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    Will do, got a bit confused as to which one to use. :)
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