Hello all, I just purchased this player and am very impressed. The picture quality is outstanding through the progressive scan output. My question is when it comes to the audio. I actually think I had my old player set up wrong, I had it set to PCM for Dolby Digital and DTS. And it sounded good but not as open and detailed as I was hoping. Now that I have the 1600 the sound is amazing, very open and detailed. What I have noticed is that some of the low frequency impact has now been lost with my new player. I have it set up to Downconversion "NO", DTS and DD Bitstream. Is this the correct set up? I am no expert in the different frequency range but when I say lost some of the low frequency impact, it is in the 40-90hz range. The very low frequency is still there 20-40hz shakes everything in my room. Some examples I have are In T2 where Arnold is shooting the mini gun at Cyberdyne. It sounds good does not have a lot of impact, in The Matrix where Neo is in the Helicopter and shooting the mini gun, once agin, sounds good but not a lot of impact. One more scene that I like to use for demo purposes is the end scene of Saving Private Ryan, all the shooting in that scene used to have a ton of impact. The audio sounds very detailed and clean but I want that 40-90 hz punch in the chest that I used to get with my JVC dvd player. The 1600 only has a toslink digital connection. I don't want to start this debate, but is it due to I am now using an optical toslink interconnect compared to the coax digital connect? What can be causing this? Any suggestions?