Need help! I have a NAD T785 AVR and recently changed my Arcam DV139 dvd player to OPPO-105. I've connected oppo to avr via 7.1 analog input. I'm using Oppo's dedicated rca stereo analog outs for my front speakers. For sub, center and surround I'm using oppo's regular 7.1 channel outs. My T785 avr acts only as a power amp, using analog bypass mode for it's 7.1 channel input. In oppo's setup menu I configured "Stereo Signal" to Front Left/Front Right, "Down Mix Mode" to 5.1, Front Speakers to "Large" and remaining speakers to "Small", Crossover Freq at 70Hz. Also configured approriate distances for each speaker. All trims are left at 0db. I've watched a couple of movie scenes and the sound seemed very good, no complaints here. Last few days I was just running BD movies to break-in my new plasma. But yesterday I decided to test stereo CDs. And I was completely disappointed! Just after a few seconds of first track on first CD I knew that something with sound was wrong. It was flat and "cheap" like from very small speakers or cheap soundbars. The bass is still there, just the sound is flat. I've changed a couple of CDs and it was all the same. The sound from Arcam DV139 was "rich and deep". The player is the only thing I've changed in my system. I've thought that with Oppo my stereo listening (along with multichannel) will be also upgraded from Arcam dvd player, since all web reviews praise oppo's stereo dac and etc. But in reality it downgraded... Maybe I set up something wrong? What should I try to improve stereo sound? My front speakers are Monitor Audio GS20. With Arcam dvd player I was using Analog Bypass mode on the AVR as I'm using it with Oppo.