Hey guys, own a Marantz UD5007 for universal player and Marantz SR8002 for amp, whenever I switch from HDMI output of my Marantz to the analog stereo outputs (for say stereo SACDs or regular redbook CDs), I get "PEAK" showing up on the receiver. What exactly does that mean? As far as I tried educating myself that means the analog signal is clipping? Then when I switch to pure direct (supposedly bypassing all internal processing) it shouldn't have that problem anymore correct? Because it is basically saying signal is too much to process? Also if I DO NOT go to pure direct when listening to analog stereo, I have to hit the ATT or attenuate button to get rid of peak light. Does this affect audio quality at all, what is it really doing? Just lowering the overall height or "amplitude" of the analog signal? All this stuff is new to me and I would just like to learn it on a technical level and see how it interprets to an audible difference.