Dear HTFers First post, and I apologise for the length Have just purchased shiny new Lecson DVD-1000 player with distinctly minimal documentation The video is going straight to my TV via SCART-SCART, but I wish to run the audio through my Marantz PM4200 amp and get HiFi (not surround) sound. The problem is this: The Lecson does not have a lone pair of audio RCA outputs, as far as I can see. It has a set of 6 RCA outs for 5.1 surround, but I don't believe I can use these to feed to a single stereo input on the amp (I'd be happy to be wrong about this, though). Somewhat confusingly, the manual shows a crappy diagram with a mystery "audio lead" running from the 6xRCA 5.1 outputs to a pair of stereo RCA inputs on an amp. Is there a cable that would do this? (perhaps by combining the 5.1 channels down to L and R) Anyway, other output options from the Lecson are optical and co-ax (nope: no digital input on the Marantz), S-video, Luminance Y, Chroma Cb and progressive scan (these are all purely video feeds, correct?) and the second SCART socket. My feeling is that the second SCART socket is the way forward here - run a SCART-phono lead to the amp for sound only. This should work fine, but I was wondering if I might be compromising the quality of the connection by using the SCART socket (silvery pins) instead of the shiny gold RAC jacks on the 5.1 panel?