SA-CD/DVD-A question?

OK - so i finally buy a new CD player ( in this case a Pioneer DV-48AV Elite) .This is to feed my EAD -DSP Pro- music only system.Reason for this particular purchase was that it will play redbook CD's ,SA-CDs and DVD-Audio. Went to play a SA-CD dual layer - Pioneer switches to SA CD ( which of course it won't output thru the digi out jacks ). There does not apear to be a way to overide this auto selection and make it play the redbook CD layer? Is this true for all multi-format players or do some other manufactorers offer a product that allows you to tell the player which layer to play? Second question - but do most DVD-Audios come out ogf the digi jacks as redbook CD sampling/playback signals - in other words - can I get any digi signal out of this or any other player via digi jacks when playing DVD-Audios?
Denon DVD-5910 allows selection of layers on SACD; either SACD multi-channel, SACD stereo, or CD. Digital output is limited to Dolby Digital, DTS, or LPCM; DVD-Audio output is through analog six channel outputs only as with SACD.
The mode can usually be selected using the menu. The switch selection feature of the Denon players is less of a hassle. There is a "default" mode which the player uses unless you change it using the menu.
My Musical Fidelity kW SACD did not allow you to select sacd or redbook layers-no menus, no buttons. The default was to read SCAD first (which was a problem for another post). My Esoteric X03SE has an area button on the remote for selecting between 2 channel sacd, multi channel sacd or redbook. My Rotel RDV 1080 (DVDA player) only outputs DVDA through the analogue RCA output jacks - believe that is the only way any of the DVDA players can (if I understood that part of your question). I had an Ayer in my system for a test drive and it was CD/SACD/DVDA and I only have a 2 channel music room and it did play the DVDA disc into two channel, through the analogue outs. I believe it downsampled the multi channels into stereo. Didn't dound too bad but I only have 2 DVDA discs so I didn't spend much time with that.
Stop the disc and use the DVD-48s SACD button on the front panel to select CD.

I've got a Pioneer DV-58AV. Kal got the instructions right. In my system the 2-channel SACD always sounds far superior to the CD-layer. Pioneer's CD performance is average, but the SACD and DVD-A performance is very good.

I have a DV-46AV and in the players menu, you can set the default format to play (SACD 2 ch/SACD Multi/CD) I can't remember exactly what the options are but they are there-Of course the menu is only available via video-not on the display ont eh player-I really wish they had a button on the front for that. I want to use this as 2 channel source, I don't want it hooked up to video. I don't know about the DV-48AV though
Oh and BONUS--According to the blurb on the DV-48AV on Pioneer's website,
"Discover a DVD player built with HDMI® 1.2a, allowing for SACD streams to be passed to a compatible AV receiver for optimum decoding "
So you don't have to use analog outs (that'll save some $$$ on ICs)