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Denon Multi-Zone Receiver help

by akdairy / December 3, 2007 4:40 AM PST

I need some help! Ok, I?m going to try and set this up. I have a Denon 2805 with a 7.1 speaker setup plus a second set of speaker wires going into front "B" that goes into a 4 switch speaker selector which goes to 4 sets of speakers throughout my house. (I wanted my cake and eat it too, wanted 7.1 and a second zone, this was my work around). So now that I have this set up I have very little sound coming to these other "set", especially if I have several selected; plus I have to select "pure direct" to have just down stairs playing. I still want to keep my 7.1 and be able to have multiple zones. So my question is, can I get a second 2ch stereo receiver and connect it to Denon 2805 using the multi-zone feature, remove the "B" and place it into the new receiver? Will this help with the volume? Does the second receiver have to be a special multi-zone receiver or can I use any receiver? How do I hook up this second receiver meaning what out/in do I use for the second receiver; I can?t find any diagrams? Is it just better to get a powered amp? Please help!

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