Pañcakanga asks Udāyi (Pandita Udāyī, says MA.ii.629) how many kinds of feelings the Buddha mentions. Udāyi answers that there are three:
Pañcakanga, however, insists that there are but two: pleasant und unpleasant. Ananda, overhearing the conversation, reports it to the Buddha, who says that both Pañcakanga und Udāyi are correct because he himself classified feelings in various ways; sensual pleasures might be pleasant, but are not the highest pleasures; far better und more excellent are the pleasures enjoyed by a monk who develops the four jhānas, the plane of infinity of consciousness und the plane of nought.
M.i.396ff.; the Sutta is repeated at S.iv.223ff., under the name of Pañcakanga Sutta.