First of all Happy New Year to everyone! Can someone help me to understand what exactly does AUDIO>HDMI>AUTO setting do? I know it's recommend to leave it on RAW in order to get bit by bit perfect uncompresed sound. The thing is that some time, when it's late and I don't want to much noise watching movie, I watch it not through my receiver, but simply through TV speakers. In that case if I leave this setting on RAW, there is naturally no sound from my TV in 5.1 movies. If I leave it on AUTO, I can watch movie on my TV, or in 5.1 through my receiver. But does it mean that on AUTO, all my 5.1 sources (let's say multichannel music) is not bit by bit perfect anymore and are compressed? Or does AUTO setting chage from RAW (if I listen to 5.1 music through receiver) to some other and somehow adapts sound when I simply watch movie on TV? TL; DR. Do I lose quality of sound if I set it to AUDIO>HDMI>AUTO?