Digital question...

For audio out, my Panasonic TC-P65VT30 only provides for digital out; and, I want connect to one of the analog inputs on my integrated amp.

I tried the Gefen decoder and was not at all satisfied with the sound.

Would it be possible for me to use the Musical Fidelity V-Dac or the Cambridge Dac Magic as a decoder/converter to solve the problem. Thanks for your help.
Yes to both.
any DAC with a digital input type that matches the digital output type on the Panasonic will work (assuming the analog output type of the DAC matches an analog input type on the integrated amp that is)
The requirement is to make sure that the Panasonic TC-P65VT30 outputs stereo PCM only! TV's and disc players can output various flavors of Dolby and dts and no standard audiophile DAC can handle these.

Kr4 has a great point here, you might be better served buying a discounted AVR, like a Yamaha, and using its DACs to decode the 5.1 signals, using it to mix-down to 2-channel, and then going out to your integrated for amp/pre. Lots of prime time shows are broadcast in 5.1, football games too.
Kr4 and Realremo:

Thanks much for your input.

The TV owner's manual shows "Digital Audio Out - PCM/Dolby Digital, fiber optic."

Does the inclusion of Dolby Digital mean that a standard audiophile dac cannot be used?? Tks.
I beleive PCM is 2-channel in this case, Dolby is multi-channel. When Blu Ray players output their multi-channel soundtracks from the front-center-surround outputs on the back panel, that is a PCM signal, I think, but in this case I would think the PCM is 2-channel only.
You know when you're watching a prime time show, like CSI or whatever, and there is an emblem that fades in on bottom that says "broadcast in surround sound?" That is when you need to see if your TV can be set to only output 2-channel (PCM) signals from the optical connection.
The Benchmark is my choice with no modifications. However, I recently found this thread, There seems to be several threads here that boils down to changes in the capacitors, power supply possibilities, and op amp upgrades. In summary I did the following changes:
• LME 49720 to replace the NE5532s
• OPA1612 to replace the OP275Gs
• ELNA caps for the coupling caps
• Add a 10uf 25V tantalum capacitor on the 5v power supply (rather then changing 30 caps)
• Replace the 7805 regulator with a DEXA 70908

The op amps helped but the Dac Magic was still lacking in soundstage. Once I changed out the coupling caps and the 7805 the DAC was transformed. For the first time the wife factor used the word muddy and it was in reference to the Benchmark!! A $300 Dac Magic, with supposedly less then 5 hours of play time, and less then $80 worth of parts put a Benchmark (in use for 9 months) to shame. For listening I am using the RCA outputs.