Yamaha R-n602 and Music Cast

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    I have an N602, I only use the one pair of speakers and use the ipad app with it. I have 1 room set up, can I set another room up on the "B" speakers? Cant seem to see on the app where to add another room.

    Also I plugged in a spare sub but it works both on A and B speakers which is annoying, any way to program this just to A for example?
     
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    Hi. You can definitely run a 2nd room off the B speaker terminals.
    I actually was looking at one in Richer Sounds a few weeks back and asked them show me on the demo model if they could select ‘B’ from the MusicCast app.

    They weren’t sure, but we had a look and found it. It worked perfectly.

    Can’t recall where it was in the menu though, sorry!
     
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    The RN602 is different from the RN303 / RN402 and RN803...
    The Speaker A/B switch is in the area (next to the volume control) where you would normally be able to tweak the EQ settings etc.

    The RN803 allows you to tweak the sub on / off as well as YPAO on / off using the sub per-speaker selection. But the RN602 is first gen MusicCast and doesn't offer this.
     
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    Apologies, I may have erroneously mistaken the model number in my haste to help. Thanks to dunners for stepping in.
     

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