Blu-ray disks may seem like an ideal solution for the distribution of high-resolution audio, but there are problems. It is not easy to gain access to the high-resolution audio stored on these disks. Blu-ray players are prohibited from having high-resolution digital outputs. Users are forced to listen to the high-resolution tracks through the D/A converters that are built into the disk player. Unfortunately, these built-in D/A converters are not capable of delivering high-resolution performance. Most players cannot deliver anything better than CD quality to the analog outputs. The lossless high-resolution tracks on the Blu-ray disks may have marketing value, but they are of no benefit to most users.