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I have the amp 5.1 set up at one end of my room for movies and a set of speakers at the other end of room for music, can anyone tell me how to enable switching of the speakers please.
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What model AVR do you have? If it has a Front A and Front B option, then you can connect the music speakers to the Front B speaker posts and select Front B for STEREO mode only.

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Yea sorry forgot to put the model, it is the Marantz SR6004
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So then, yes, the SR6004 does have Front B speaker posts (see image below) to which you can connect the music only speakers.

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Use the "Spkr A/B" button on the remote to select "A, B, or A+B" speakers.

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Thank you very much for this, one more question must this be biwired, my speaker wires are buried in wall so hoping not, the confusing instructions suggest biwired, hoping not
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No, simply connect the music speaker wire connections to the Front B L/R speaker posts.

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All done thanks again working perfect.
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