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I have a new pioneer DV-F727 CD jukebox changer connected to an Onkyo TX-NR809 AV Receiver using the digital audio out from the jukebox to the Onkyo digital audio in. All is working fine.


The Pioneer CD jukebox also has analog audio out jacks. I have an older Pioneer receiver that has analog audio input. I would like to also connect the jukebox to this second receiver to control a set of outdoor pool speakers separately from the inside speakers.


My question is, can I use the analog audio out jacks from the jukebox to the old receiver at the same time I am using the digital connection to the Onkyo receiver? Will this cause any damage to anything.


I've thoroughly read the manual for the Pioneer jukebox player and this situation is not described. However, there is nothing that specifically says I can't use two audio outputs simultaneously.


Help would be appreciated. I hope I've explained this clearly.
 

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Should be no problem At All. Enjoy!
 
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