Newbie question here, does it matter which analog input I choose for the 192KHz DVD-A. I'm using an Onkyo TX-SR700, Panasonic CP-72, and 5 Ascend CBM-170's with no sub. For some reason I perceive better sound from the "Analog" input vs. the "Multichannel." Is there any difference? Could somebody give me a specific example to look for on Hotel California DVD-A 2 channel high rez vs the CD that really demonstrates the improvement? Is there a point in a song that it really shines? I'd like to appreciate the new technology, but it's not as apparent to me as say the composite video to s-video upgrade. Maybe my really cheap Wal-Mart cables are nullifying the DVD-A capabilities or I could be partially deaf from my late 80's days with 6 15" woofers behind my head in a Mustang. After a couple of days with the DVD-A I do enjoy the surround tracks of Hotel California more than I did at first. I needed to set up the speaker delay and guess at the levels to make it sound better. I was expecting something really far out after seeing how trippy DPL II was on my 2 channel cd's. DVD-A is cool..... I mean it seemed like I could hear Don Henley's breath from my left rear surround on "The Last Resort" as he sang. The surround tracks are all very nice. To me they seem to project a better surround experience than the DTS or Dolby surround tracks. The DVD-A seems to come from everywhere while the DTS and Dolby seem too concentrated on the speakers they come from. Please forgive my lack of knowledge for proper terminology. Great thanks to this forum as a reference to home audio!