Thanx, for your input.
I guess that I will have to try it, to find out.
Can anyone think of a reason why this should not be done? Such as an impendence issue, or possibly blowing something up?
I am currently using JVC RX-8040BUJ(international version).
Here, is where I am going with this.
Short story long.
My center channel is above the TV. My mains are on the ground. My mains are hooked up to speakers "A". I have a set of smaller speakers hooked up to "B" and they are above my mains. Unfortunately, this model does not allow both sets of speakers to run while in surround mode. So I made my "B" speakers, zone 2.
So to watch a BD/DVD while using DPLIIx, I have "A" going, and set zone two/"B" to play straight 2 channel. This helps for several reasons. The first and foremost is, that my center channel is from the same series as my "B" speakers. Plus they are higher than my mains, and therefore closer to my center channel.
The downside, is now my Zone 2 is occupied.
So, if I were to run pre-outs to another AMP, then I could use those as an indirect Zone 2, correct?
I know, it's convoluted.
....And yes, I have been told to move my center below the TV, but I like the current layout of my equipment, and really do not want to re-arrange everything.