Hey guys, I decided to go with an ultra low budget system for now. I couldn't really afford much, so just bought a cheap HTiB from JVC, the THB-60. Not sure if it's only available in canada or not, but it uses the 6032 receiver. I also have the SLVD300P sony combo dvd/vcr player. I bought a "good" rp62 from panasonic, but won't hook it up until I'm in the new house and get a vcr for it, and then will retire the sony to another tv. So, my first issue, was that I needed a cable for digital audio. The sony has both digital optical and coax out, but the panny only has optical out, so I figured I'd get the optical since the panny is what I'll be using. So I have the sony combo unit connected to the tv via s-video, and to my receiver via optical digital. Now when I put in a movie to watch, I can only get Pro Logic II, but when I set it to Dolby Digital, or DTS I get no sound. Of course, I expected DTS to have no sound, was testing the machine with Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, which is in DD5.1. Is there any step I missed here? Last thing while I have this thread started. I also wanted to use the HT for vcr use, so basically since it's a combo unit, I also used the regular A/V cables and took them from audio out on the combo unit, to vcr in on the receiver, which then allowed me to use pro logic for vhs. Is this the right way to do things? Or is there some superior way? Anyway, if anyone knows what I am missing regarding getting dolby digital I'd be greatly appreciative. I read through the manual which isn't greatly detailed, but couldn't find anything that I may have overlooked. Thanks in advance.