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Hello,

I have two zoned - one for my family room and one for my backyard.

Here are the different sources I have:
Sat/Cable, DVD, iPod, Blu-Ray

Zone 1 is able to play all sources and I can hear them.

However, Zone 2 does not play BD as a source but plays all other sources.

Do you have an idea why Zone 2 does not play BD?

Thanks!

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