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Using Zone 2/3 on Denon 3805 for Audio

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by sschen, May 2, 2005.

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    Hi

    I am trying to wire up two other rooms in the house to use the Zone 2 & Zone 3 outputs of the Denon 3805 for "Audio Outputs Only" . At the moment, I only have two main speakers and one centre speaker in my HT room, with the intention of going to 5.1 setup in this HT room. Not enough space to go 6.1 or 7.1.

    I read through the manual and from what I can gather, one of either zone 2/3 speakers need to be connected to an amp? Does this mean that I need a power/stereo amplifier in one of the two rooms? I am only hoping to buy two pairs of speakers for both the rooms, no budget for another amp. If one of the zone requires an amp, I am better off just wiring up only one room.

    I am only going to listen to music on both zone 2 and 3, with the source selected as the DVD player connected to the Denon receiver in the HT room. I take it this will not be a problem?

    Can someone please confirm what I am wanting to do is possible?

    Many thanks
    Stephen
     

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