I have a Pioneer VSX-41 Elite Receiver and recently purchased a Toshiba BDX2700 BD Player. Since the receiver was purchased in 2002, I am unable to connect to the receiver via HDMI. I want to enjoy the new audio formats and therefore connected the two with analog cables to transmit 7.1 to the receiver. All channels seem to be performing very well with the exception of the LFE signal to the Subwoofer (10" Velodyne). I do get some volume, but it seems to be somewhat attenuated and underperforming when compared to the other channels. I have also connected the player to my receiver via the optical digital cable and can play legacy 5.1 audio formats. The LFE signal is comparatively much more robust when listening to any given BD with the optical digital cable (DTS-ES Matrixed Back channels). I have verified that the receiver is not in any way attenuating the LFE signal via receiver settings. I do enjoy the "fuller", "higher fidelity" sound that the new DTS - HD Master Audio provides through all of the other channels (I have 6.1 speaker set-up). Only the sub seems to be holding back. Can anyone shed a little light on the potential problem? Am I expecting more from the new format than it is able to provide? Any ideas would be appreciated.