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Question about multi room setups with an AVR1905

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by ferraris, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. ferraris

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    Hi,

    I'm think of getting the AVR 1905 which offers A & B front speakers options (A or B or both). Can you connect one set of speakers in another room to the B speakers to get stereo output in another room? If both A & B are on can you control the volume of the sets individually?

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  2. Jase

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    You can connect another set of speakers for use in another room. Just bear in mind that Front A and B share the same amplification though so you may want to careful if you're running them all at the same time. You can select Front A, Front B or Front A+B but you can't adjust the volume level for each.

    I can setup independent Channel Levels for Surround A, Surround B or Surround A+B on my Denon so it's possible the 1905 has a similar feature for it's Front A, B and A+B.
     

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