I have a Denon SACD/DVD-A player that i just moved, and needed to setup again. While I have other disks with reference tones for setup, but not specifically DVD-A, I came across this Denon disk with DVD-A selections, and thought I'd give it a try. I'm no expert at audio setup, and when I read on the package that the disk offered "complete instructions on how to setup and evaluate your 5.1 Surround playback system," I bought it.
The selections are nice, though they don't sound very good on my system - perhaps I need to set it up with the disk! However, the "complete instructions" on "how to setup" and "evaluate" are nothing more than a note referring you to your player's manual!
When I calm down and find some decent instructions on how best to use the test tones, I'll run the audio checks and see how they compare to the others that I have. And see if the sound improves.
But future buyers beware.