I see it in the product brochure: (under single channel back power amp...) http://www.denon.com/catalog/pdfs/AVR28023final.pdf But in the Product brochrue I can not find anything thing: http://www.denon.com/catalog/pdfs/AVR2802DFU.pdf What exactly is DD-EX. I just thought that if a receiver could do DTS-ES then it could do DD-EX? I notice that on the latest Onkyo receivers that the DD-EX is a big selling point and I am not finding Denon selling the DD-EX as much, but I think it can do it. I just know that my Toy Story 2 DVD gives the option of having DD-EX as one of the sound formats to listen to the movie in and I really want to be able to take advantage of that. Also the 4802 and 5802/3 all have THX-EX and I assume that that is the same thing as DD-EX, just approved by THX, so why would the 2802 not be able to do DD-EX? Thank you for your time and energy. Good day!