I'm new to the whole DVD-Audio game, so forgive me if this question is redundant or ignorant. I just got a sampler disc from DTS that's coded as a "DVD-Audio/Video" release. I don't have a formally DVD-audio capable player (just a 2 year old basic Sony DVD player), yet the disc plays fine and all the audio tracks are audible. Is this a "true" DVD-Audio disc, and are all DVD-audio discs like this, or is this just specific to the DTS releases (it seems like I read something about DTS music discs being playable through any DVD player that was DTS capable)? If I want to play DVD-audio discs, I thought I had to have a player that was specifically DVD-audio capable (like only SACD players can decode the SACD format--excluding the hybrid discs, of course). Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.