Into my Onkyo TX-NR414, I have six HDMI inputs, two DTV receivers, a DVD recorder and three internet streamers -- a Western Digital TV Live, a Sony TVPlay, and a Roku. All of these work fine, but I have one more device I want to connect, and that is a plain vanilla CD player using just the left/right analog audio inputs. I have been told that the reason I can't hear the CD player is because the 414 doesn't upconvert signals to HDMI. I understand that, but what I don't understand is what a simple CD player connection has to do with HDMI or the TV. I have it connected to the left/right audio ports that correspond to the "PC" function button on the remote. I also have my Western Digital TV Live connected to the HDMI port # 4 which, in turn corresponds to the "PC" button on the remote. I was told by an Onkyo CSR that, if the TV Live and the CD player were both on, the TV Play would receive preference because it is connected by HDMI, but iif the TV Play is switched off, then I should hear the CD player. I had someone on an AV forum tell me I would have to unplug the TV Play to hear the CD, but that seems like a very impracticle option.Besides, what's the difference between switching off a component and unplugging it? I've spent several hours poring over the manual, and working with the onscreen settings, and still have not solved the problem. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading.