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Also another work around is to run zone 1/2 (seperate cables into hdmi input 1/2 on your tv) send cd/in1 into zone one. Run zone 2 hdmi into hdmi 2 on your "zone 1" tv? Could be less complicated but it works without the piggy back rca's.

Also anyone else have martin logan motion 60xt's hooked up to this beast of a receiver?!
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Originally Posted by dmariano View Post
After some experimenting, it looks like the piggy back rca's are the only work around. This is unfortunate because it would literally be so easy to assign CD/IN1 as the analog input to select for whatever hdmi source rather than have 2 or 3 piggy back RCA's (CD/IN1 to analog for HDMI1/HDMI3).
Painful workarounds noted here - but it's nice to know that it can be done! I had given up on trying (I only really have a need for this functionality once or twice a year). It was also very simple to do on my old Denon (which is about the only thing I miss about my Denon compared to the Pioneer...)
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