Originally Posted by DaViD Boulet
HDMI is a pure digital conection for both audio and digital signals. In regards to audio, all analog conversion is handled by the recevier. In regards to video, all analog conversion would be handled by the projector or display. This is why the analog conversion quality of the BD/HD DVD player is irrelevent if you use HDMI as your means of getting audio to the receiver... the receiver is handling all the d/a conversion for your sound using the HDMI connection (just like the receiver handles the d/a conversion for your coax/toslink digital connection).
Ok, I was just seeing if you understood what I was saying. So you agree that ultimately its the d/a conversion because ultimately - what we hear is analog. (the d/a conversion of the player only matters if you are using it as the processor -TrueHD,LPCM,DTS Mater - and going analog out to the receivers multi channel inputs)