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post #1 of 3 Old 08-27-2001, 09:30 PM - Thread Starter
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Just built a house and have speaker wire run to 4 different zones, not including the home theater room and the master bedroom which are separate 7.1 zones. Anyway i'm thinking of buying the integra 9.1 to power the home theater room and am very interested in learning the best way to power my separate zones. At first i just plan on powering one outside zone as most of my money has been spent on the home theater room. I would really appreciate any suggestions on what i should power this zone with. I've thought of using my old receiver or my 2nd zone on my new receiver. Have also toyed with getting a receiver just for the separate zones. I have volume controls in each room that would connect to the receiver. I appreciate any help and any links that may be of insight.
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What kind of control do you want in these 4 zones? Do you need to listen to different sources in each zone?

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I would only need to listen to one source, other than the source in the home theater room, in each of the zones. I'm thinking of just having a cd changer and am/fm that can be on the 4 zones. The only control i am interested in is adjusting volume in each zone, which i think i've accomplished with volume controls. I appreciate any recommendations.
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