Hey guys, I'm having problems with my old Philips HTS 3500s. I've had it for a while and my only complaint was its lack of digital in, or any way of receiving auxillary 5.1 surround. ... Until yesterday, when I found out that a random RCA jack (please forgive me) was actually a coaxial SPDIF jack. So I ended up buying a toslink (my computer has no coaxial out) to coaxial converter, which seems to work perfectly. The only problem is, whenever I start to play music or audio, there's a three second delay before the HTS appears to recognise and play it, with 'DOLBY D' appearing on the panel. So my question is, how do I get rid of this delay? Windows 7 x64 - Realtek ALC892 - Digitech AC-1601 I have ac3filter installed, but it doesn't seem to be working, as well as ffdshow and VLC .