Our school currently gets its plays from Music Theatre International, and we get DVD Audio discs from the MT Pit. The problem is that we have a DVD player that is kinda slow, so it is a pain to deal with, and the cues are still sometimes late, even when I do my best to anticipate the cue. So, is there a better selection of hardware/software to run DVD audio? We currently have a computer in out booth with an ac97 sound card. (I think that's what it's called) I am wondering if it is better (in terms of performance vs. cost) to... a: Get a sound card and decent software to run the DVD audio from the computer. Is a computer even capable of delivering the original quality of the DVD audio disc? b: Obtain a higher quality DVD Audio Playback device. I would like to work out some way to have it be ran by a computer, but I don't want to sacrifice and quality. I just don't know if any of the standard playback software (SFX, Sound Cue System, or others like that) can use that type of file. Any suggestions?