Ah, good evening everybody. I have a question that I have now spent 9 hours straight online looking for an answer and still have not found a solution. I'm thinking that either I'm on the verge of a great invention idea, or that it's not possible. Here's my question: I have a Dolby Digital 5.1 Home Stereo in the living room of my home that we use for Dolby Digital audio on DVD's. I also have an older model COBY DVD player with analog Dolby Digial 5.1 ANALOG outputs on the back of it. I had the DVD Player's analog (6) RCA-type connectors hooked up the receiver's (6) analog RCA-type inputs on the back. Everything worked GREAT. Recently we bought a new 42" 1080p HDTV and hooked that up in the mix. Naturally I wanted to upgrade my DVD player to up-convert my DVD collection to 1080i, so I stared looking around. I wanted to do this before buying a Bluray because of the obvious price difference. Here's where I ran into the problem. There are a few DVD/Bluray players on the market that have the six analog outputs for Dolby 5.1 on the back, but it limits my choices by 80% at best. Now to make it tougher, Walmart has a Magnavox Bluray player for $128. I want to buy it since it's the cheapest I've seen, but the problem is it doesn't have the analog outputs for Dolby 5.1. The receiver's only option is the 6 analog inputs for 5.1. Is there a way to convert the Dolby Digital 5.1 signal from the DVD/Bluray player from the Coaxial output to the 6-wire analog inputs on the receiver? I have tried and tried, and I am 100% SURE that this is the only way this is going to happen. Well, the ONLY other options would be to either upgrade the receiver, DVD player, or both... OR to just pick a DVD/Bluray player with the analog outs. I don't want to change the receiver, and I really want the $128 Bluray. Sorry for being long winded, but I feel that you need to know what I tried and what I already know. If you have any advice, please let me know. Thank you!