DVD-A benefit is sound that is 24 bit by 96hz, or 24/96 as I understand it. It is too high a resolution of audio (apparently) to go over regular old digital output cables therefore requires analogue separates for every channel. I've been reading about DTS audio DVDs. The claim is 24/96 sound. But this time it can ride the digital cables. My question is what's the difference? Is DVD-A's somehow higher res? Is DTS lying about their resolution? Could it have to do with the security of DVD-A signals, I understand "part" of the reason for DVD-A requiring analogue outputs is for security of record companies properties. Also, is DTS audio "good", almost as good, or just as good as DVD-A from an audiophile standpoint? Does the reason it's better have to do with things beyond the specs (24/96)? When I watch a movie in DTS can it be considered higher res audio than Dolby Digital? Is Dolby Digital 16/44 like a regular CD? I know it's a lot of questions, sorry. Just wondering about this stuff. I know the material available on DVD-A is greater now but if it's all the same why should I go looking for a DVD-A dvd player when I already have DTS? I think the DTS recording I have now sounds awesome, I hope they do more. I'm sold on DTS audio.