First of all this is a great resource! I have learned a lot from reading threads in the past few days. Now on this subject I just couldn't find a combination of keywords that would find what I needed. Here's the situation. I am cheap, plain and simple, and I am looking to maximize my aural pleasure with the biggest bang for my buck. Now, I am also planning on upgrading my computer speaker setup that I have now, a 5.1 system. I would be replacing with a new one so I would have a spare set of 5.1 speakers not doing anything. The problem with computer speakers is they have no built in decoder, so I would have no way to decode DTS, Dolby Digital, or Prologic II. I would like to use the speakers to play DTS 5.1/Pro Logic II outputs from my Playstation 2. I have come across some info regarding some DVD players that can decode DTS/DD/PL II. Pro logic would be the MAIN methos I would be using as that is what the PS2 nomally supports. Some of those DVD players have 5.1 output, as in 6 channels, 6 RCA hookups in the back outputing the Decoded signal from the DVD player. The old 5.1 speakers from my computer have 3 1/8" mini-jacks for inputs (I believe), so the 3 jacks could be split up into 6 RCA inputs. Ok, here's the question. Would I be able to buy a DVD player that would be able to take my audio input from the Playstation 2's output(normal RCA OR optical), decode the input it is recieving, then output the decoded sound to my PC 5.1 Speakers? I am sorry that this has been so long winded but I really wanted to make sure I got all the info straight and there wouldn't be any misunderstandings. Thanks!