The manual is putting my brain in circles.
I get the basic idea, zone2 is another channel you can use independently. Not sure what zone b is and speakers B does not act right?
Most stereos have a A/B speak assignment. So does the v661 but it has no function? If I set a,b,a+b, or none all speakers still work?
I have speaker set to zone2 in another room, and my speakers front B go out back. currently there is source 1 on my main receiver. I set the zone2/front to font in the menus and out back I here source 2 out back. So I did something right. Though I can not adjust that volume. Now if I set zone2 in the menus I get my second room playing source 2 and I can set the volume.
So I guess what I'd like to know is how can I change the volume of the front B speakers. Also why does the A/B not do anything?
Zone 2 allows for an independent analog source/volume while the Front B will play the same source/volume as the Front A speakers (ie. Front A volume also controls the Front B speaker volume). Although Front B can be used in another room, it is designed for when using another set of speakers (for music only) in the main zone.
Sort of expected that, but its not playing what the receiver is. I obviously have a mess here...
( ok here is the deal )
My out door comes from zone2 RCA
My second room comes from speaker wiring zoneB/front
Now when I adjust the volume for zone2 the second room changes if set to zoneB but the volume for the zone2 ( RCA ) does not change. Can it?
Thinking it over, I dont see why RCA out would change volume. So I guess that answered that.
Doing a bit of reading, it seems that the Zone B is a method of placing the Front B speakers into another room; however, when used there can be no audio in the main Zone (ie. some kind of crazy Yamaha unique feature). This is why Zone B and Zone 2 audio changes are separate and distinct.
I have no idea what Yamaha was thinking here. But here is what I here.
Zone 2 is playing source2
main is playing source 1
Zone B is playing source2
This is accruing all at the same time. I dont even know what to think. All of this coudl have been a lot more clearer in my opinion.
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