Why do DVD-Audios that have a 24/96 DTS mix (i.e. - The Game, Night at the Opera, Halloween) get downconverted by DVD players to 16/48? I have the Denon DVD-2200 and it automatically downconverts to 16/48 for any digital source unless there is no copy protection. Why release something in 24/96 when there is copy protection then if no one (or very few) can play it? It makes no sense when everyone's receiver can play 24/96 but the DVD players don't unless no copy protection. I've heard that the DAD discs do not have copy protection and can be played at full 24/96 resolution, but there are few of these discs and they are not really being made anymore.