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Old 08-27-2013, 05:35 PM - Thread Starter
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Just got a NAD 757 to replace my NAD 744 but after 5 hours trying I am lost as how to get zone 2 working.

HDMI from Set top box to AVS HDMI 1
HDMI from Panasonic Blue Ray DVD Smart TV to AVS HDMI 2
HDMI from AVS Monitor Out to Panny 65in Plasma HDMI 2 (1 is ARC)

Back channels = Zone 2
Setup for 5 channels No BACK SPEAKERS
Zone Control = ON , input 7
Analog RED & BLACK plugged into Component Zone 2,
Where can I pick up Analog? ?

Everything runs great, TV, BlueRay, and Blue ray Netflix.
And it sounds Great! With Dolby on HD Channels unlike my 744.
BUT how can I get my new Lanai speakers, Zone 2, to work on tuner, TV, Blue ray and Netflix.

My 744 had a simple Speaker B on = Speaker B off button
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Most AVRs with the exception of some of the newest models will NOT pass digital audio inputs to the analog-only Zone2 pre-amp outputs.

Run RCA L/R analog audio cables from each source (in addition to HDMI) to the appropriate inputs on the AVR, and then Zone2 will work...

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