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Old 05-01-2014, 08:27 AM - Thread Starter
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 I have a AVR-X2000, I want to use zone 2 thru surround back speakers to send sound thru headphone jack for her transmitter. Is it possible?

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 I have a AVR-X2000, I want to use zone 2 thru surround back speakers to send sound thru headphone jack for her transmitter. Is it possible?

Probably not. However there is no reason why you can't use the normal RCA jack outputs for Zone 2. It's just a matter of an inexpensive adaptor or two.
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There are no output,s RCA, just HDMI, which denon does not pass on the audio to TV
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There are no output,s RCA, just HDMI, which denon does not pass on the audio to TV

Please see page 15 of your owner's manual:

http://usa.denon.com/DocumentMaster/US/Owners%20Manaul%20-%20English_AVR-X2000.pdf



Item (9) "Zone 2 L & R"
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Those connections require a analog signal input, there is non available

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The analog signal has to come from section 11
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That's a great idea; there's got to be something out there that would do the trick.
I just noticed some hearing aid companies are building Bluetooth into their product as well. Something tells me I may have to make use of it someday mad.gif

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Or you could just get a pair of Sennheiser 180 wireless headphones and connect them to the preout jacks.
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