Philips 763 and DTS decoding.

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  1. Derek Duncan

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    I have a Philips 763 DVD player on the way. The web site says that it has a built in Dolby Digital and DTS decoder. Now I have my main setup in the living room, but this one is for my room. Its mostly for listening to SACDs than watching movies, this is were my turntable is,my main reciever is in the living room, but the reciever I have in my room is only DD ready, and I have always listened to DVD in DD only in my room, I have some DTS audio discs, but I only listen to them in the living room, but would love to listen to them in my room, wich is kind of my main music room. My question is, if the player has a built in DTS decoder, does that mean I kind hook up to the DD ready reciever through the 5.1 hookups and decode DTS.

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    Come on guys, does anyone have the answer to this question.

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