I'm a happy owner of a new home theater sound system. As i was listening to my new speakers for the first time my only reaction was: WOW!!! It was 10 times better than the sound my previous system was capable of producing (it was a cheap surround speaker system for the computer for about 130 bucks). My setup now consists of four B&W DM303 bookshelf speakers for front and rear left/right, one B&W LCR3 speaker for the center position, one Sony SA-WM40 subwoofer and the TX-DS595 receiver from Onkyo, the cables are also quality products from QED, an english company. Previously i was about to buy speakers from Jamo (the E6 series), but i was given the advice not to go with them 'couse the quality isn't comparable with B&W, and luckily as i am i got a discount on the B&Ws of 15%. Now, as i mentioned before, the sound is really good but after hearing some DVD movies i found the sound to be "crackling" sometimes, particularly when the sound becomes loud and brighter. Sometimes even when the dialog is played little louder i hear the crackling. What's the problem? I can't believe that my speakers can't handle sounds at higher volume levels (and i don't mean ear bleeding volume levels, just "loud") or that the receiver hasn't enough amplifier power since all i bought is quality stuff and it costs a lot (at least for me). I read that some DVDs are recorded badly and that that could be the problem but then, don't they test the DVDs before they sell them? Help is appreciated.