I have a Panasonic RP91 connected to a Denon 2802. I am utilizing the coax-digital output on the RP91 to the coax-digital input on 2802 for DVD-Video and CD playback. I am also using the 5.1 channel analog outputs on the RP91 to the 5.1 analog inputs of the 2802 for DVD-Audio playback. My question is this: Will the RP91 down sample the DVD-Audio tracks output from the 5.1 analog outputs just because there is also a digital output connected? I would think not, since the 'down sampling' should be a digital function and the analog outputs are not digitally processed in any way. But the reason I am wondering is because during DVD-Audio playback there are 3 lighted readouts on the RP91: "D.Mix", "P.PCM" and "Multi.Ch" Does the "D.Mix" mean down-mixed? Also, what does "P.PCM" mean? I can't find these anywhere in the manual. But I did find something that says "if the digital output is used....the output will be down sampled to 44.1 or 48 kHz."