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post #1 of 2 Old 03-05-2011, 06:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi Everyone,

I am currently trying to setup a "B speaker" in my bathroom with my Onkyo TX-SR607 and it seems my knowledge of receivers is out dated as there doesn't appear to be a setup for this.

I have been reading a few forum posts on here and it appears this is now run through what is called "Zone 2". It also appears this this does not support audio coming from an HDMI? Is that correct?

If that's the case am I just out of luck unless I switch my Home Theater PC to analog?

Here is the setup I'm currently running and what I am trying to achieve ...

Onkyo TX-SR607, custom built PC with HDMI out to the receiver. I then use my Iphone as a remote and play music through my speakers. I wanted to add a speaker in the bathroom to listen while I shower/get ready.

Thoughts/suggestions ... thanks in advance
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You are correct you have to use zone 2 and Onkyo's are setup to only allow analog sources for other zones.

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