I've got a Yamaha rxv-800 that will be used in conjunction with a Panasonic BD85 bluray player. As there can not be an hdmi connection between the two, I would like to use both optical dig (for CD/DVD music) and analog connections (for BD movies) for my 5.1 sound system. It is my limited understanding that by doing so, I may run into a sound compromising situation unless the Yamaha can separate sound level trims between the digital and analog inputs (BTW, I am not an audiophile, but would like to have "good" sound). I believe this means that the Yamaha will have to be able to boost the SW without altering the already calibrated sound levels for the digital input. If I sound confused, I am; but I hope, nonetheless, that someone will understand my question: Is the Yamaha rxv 800 capable of boosting SW levels while not disturbing the digital sound calibrations? And, if it isn't, what do you suggest I do? Thanks.