I have two Pioneer LD players, CLD-52 and DVL-909. They used to work fine in the previous setup with Denon AVR-5700 some years ago. I was able to play DTS encoded titles, like Eagles Hell Freezes Over, and Denon was able to decode DTS in stunning quality. I have scrapped the HT system since then, and stored the LD players in the garage. Recently I have started building another HT system, and I bought Sony DA5000ES receiver. I like the receiver a lot. I have a DVD player connected to it and it can decode DD and DTS tracks without any problem. Tonight I have decided to try out the old LD player. I have been struggling to get the DTS to the receiver, but couldn't get it to work. The receiver displays "Decoding error" message on the display. I've tried both players, on both coax and toslink output, but the result is the same. When I tried non-DTS LD, the receiver recognized PCM input, so the connection seems to be ok. Has anyone seen problems like this before?