Ive had my RP91 dvd player for quite some time now. I just bought my first DVD-A over the weekend "Doobie Brothers". I know that in order to here the hi rez tracks you must use the 6 analog outs which is fine and it sounds GREAT actualy Ive never heard the Doobie's sound so good. I thought I would never be interested in utilizing the DVD-A portion of my player so I didn't get too involved in that part of its operation until now. So are my questions/statements tell me if im right or wrong. Right now im using an RP91 and a Harman/Kardon AVR65. 1. Being that the DVD player is newer and has a built in DD DTS decoder would the decoding from the RP91 be better than that of the receiver for movies? 2. On DVD-A's which are encoded for DD and DTS, if I want to listen to those audio formats I can listen to them through an optical or coaxial cable but it will be down rezed to 48khz? 3. I don't know what the sampling rate of my receiver is and can't find ANY info as to what it is; however, I set my RP91 to output 92kz and I can hear music. In the manual of the RP91 it states that if your receiver is incapable of 88.?khz you wont here sound or some sort of noise. I didn't here any noise and the music was great and the cleanest I have yet heard from my system. Would it be safe then to come to the conclusion that my receiver is capable of 92khs sampling or is it being down rezed (using the 6 analog outs and the multichannel inputs). Thanks for any help.