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Audyssey with B speakers on Denon X3000

I have a Denon X3000 with a front A and front B speakers front B connected to surround back. I was wondering if it was possible to have a different Audyssey calibration for set A and set B
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Nope. Front B simply mirror what is passed to Front A.

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What's the point of having front B speakers then
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Same point as having Zone 2 speakers.

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What's the point of having front B speakers then
In case you wanted to run another pair of speakers into a different room or deck outside.

It would play the same audio that is playing in the main room.

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What's the point of having front B speakers then
The B speakers are literally a second set of speaker terminals on the same two amps as the front speakers. There's no way to configure those amps or any other single amplifier channel to do more than one thing at a time.
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