I have an Integra DHC 40.2 that I use for playback of DVD Audio and SACD. It is connected via HDMI to an Integra DHC 40.2 which is capable of DSD decoding. If I have the Oppo send out the SACD signal and hit display, the Integra says the sampling frequency is only 44.1khz. If I switch it to PCM, the sampling frequency increases to 88.2khz. However, DVD Audio which the Integra isn't supposed to be able to decode, will show a sampling display of whatever the disc is listed at. For example The Eagles Hotel California on surround playback shows 96khz 5.1 and on high resolution stereo playback will show 192khz 2.0. Is this normal? Why would the DSD be at a lower rate than DVD Audio? And also why does it drop to 44.1khz decoding straight DSD but jump up to 88.2khz decoding PCM? I may be crazy but I always thought DVD Audio discs always sounded slightly better than SACD even with my older players that were connected to my old Integra receiver via the analog outputs. Is there anything to this? This is my 2nd Integra and always thought they were good quality. Anyone out there with a better receiver or prepro that does anything different?