DTS/DD 5.1 problem with Kenwood VR-409

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  1. Patrick McCart

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    I just got a new audio reciever, a Kenwood VR-409 with Dolby Digital and DTS.
    My problem is that my Toshiba SD-1600 DVD player only has 2 types of audio outputs: RCA composite (L & R) and PCM/Bitstream.
    How do I hook it up so that it'll output 5.1 DD/DTS sound? I'm waiting to try out my new Cast Away and Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind DVD's...
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    You will have to set the Tosh for bitstream to get the DTS!
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  4. Patrick McCart

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    Thanks for the help...it turned out that my front speakers were in wrong outlets and the wrong setting for sound. [​IMG]
    I'm watching various discs for sampling (Superman, T-2: UE, Fantasia, etc) and the sound is GREAT!
    I feel sorry for those who still believe that Pro-Logic is better than DD 5.1/DTS 5.1
    Pity them. [​IMG]
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