Okay, I got a Pioneer LD-V8000 industrial player for $10. It doesn't always play the disc, but it' my first player (and all I can afford right now.) I also purchased E.T. for $10 (I don't want a C.G. E.T.!) Anyways, I can't figure out how to output the digital (PCM?) track. The player has 4 audio outputs: 2 digital/analog, and 2 analog only. When I output either pair to the analog inputs of my receiver, they work fine. When I connect any of the four to my DD receiver (digital coaxial) there's nothing. My receiver works with my DVD player in Dolby Digital and PCM mode. The laserdisc player setup menu is set to automatically play any digital track, and E.T. has "digital sound". It apparently does not have a DD 5.1/AC-3 track. My question would be, do I need a demodulator for the digital track, as I would for the DD 5.1/AC-3 track? I was under the impression that this was not the case. I hope I don't need the remote to change tracks, because there is none (although, as stated above, it should automatically play any digital track.)I hope the digital output itself isn't kaput! Any advice or help would be appreciated.