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I recently purchased a DRA-697C1 and I want to know if I need an additional booster as my audio system has 8 zones with 2 standard speakers each. I don't turn the volume up more than half way and

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SOURCE: no output to Zone 2 from preout to 2nd power amp for second room speakers

OK, From what I am understanding is that you both are trying to uilize a digital audio source (HDMI cables are digital audio only) and hence this is the problem. You can only use an analog audio source (connection) to utilize the audio output to zone 2. A simple soultion is to use the analog audio in conjuction with the digital. Connect the digital (HDMI, Optical, Coax) to the main zone and the left and right audios to zone 2.

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SOURCE: denon dra 397 shuts done

Let's understand this - you have an external volume control wired in series with each front speaker set?

Can you elaborate on their electrical characteristics?

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Denon-DRA-397-Receivers-manual/id/696dj087/t/2/

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A + B 8 - 16 ohms

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zone 2 volume can be adjusted by zone2 remote control (small one which came with the unit) or by main remote control if you switch it to zone2 mode. My main rem control has a slide switch i have to put in zone 2 position to operate zone 2 amp.

Posted on Sep 22, 2011

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Let's understand this - you have an external volume control wired in series with each front speaker set?

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Page 24.

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