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Onkyo 506 zone 2 no sound

Speakers through main cinema system carry all sound however when i just want sound in zone 2 no sound is heard but the sound source is still on in main cinema room .Speakers are connected as per instruction manual with zone 2 powered spkers switched to on via speaker config

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I believe that you can only get analog signals thru zone 2 (i.e radio, cassette player), kind of a ripoff since they bury this info in the manual

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