Originally Posted by flixxx
Hello I recently purchased a Pioneer Elite SC-07.
I am currently in the middle of setting up a new zone for the kitchens audio.
The other channels on the back of the receiver seem to have RCA connections. My question is how can I connect the RCA to the 2 audio speakers?
The two speakers that you have in your kitchen can be power by the SC-07.
Just use the rear surround speaker's connectors, and configure your SC-07 to powered these in your kitchen as zone 2.
And when you are listening in your main room, reconfigure the setup in your SC-07 to give you the full 7.1-channel configuration, but you will have to switch the speaker cables, unless you can do with a 5.1 setup. Quite simple indeed.
You just need 2 speaker cables going to the speakers in your kitchen.
You don't even need the RCA jaks to do that. They are more to add external amps in your other zones. If you prefer to go that route, just use one of your old receiver or amp to connect to the RCA out jacks (Left & Right channels) from the Zone 2 output in the rear of your SC-07 to the amp in your kitchen, and the two speakers in your kitchen connected to that amp. (If your extra amp does not have "main in" in the rear, just use one the inputs from any source, if it is an extra receiver or an integrate amp.
Check in the manual of the SC-07 for the adjustment in the setup menu.