I just brought home a brand new Denon 3802 Receiver, hooked it all up, set up the inputs, the test tones, everything is ready to go. Set to the Satellite input, watch HD-Showtime and HD-HBO for a few minutes, no problems. Got out the DTS Twister, put it in, selected DTS, pressed play, then click, the receiver turned off, the standby light flashing. Turned the receiver back on, then a couple seconds later, click back off. Read the manual, claims the shut-down will occur if the speaker terminals are short circuited. Well, unless connecting speakers got more complex since the last time I've wired a receiver, I merely just put the raw wire (about 1/2 inch long) into the hole and clamped it down, no wire hanging out the other end or anything. Just for kicks, I unplugged all the speaker wire from the back and the unit still shuts down, so I'm pretty sure I just got a lemon. I may restrip the speaker wire for kicks, but I'm 99% sure it won't do anything. I do have banana plugs that I was using with my old Onkyo 838 receiver, but Denon plugs are wider apart and don't fit. Anyway, that's my sad story. Back to the store later today I guess. They don't keep this in stock at the store, but hopefully they'll be able to get a hold of one within a couple-three days.