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Cannot send any HDMI source to the zone 2 line out. Radio is fine as was the analogue inputs. Is this the case or do I have a problem?

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No this is how most recievers operate, unless you connect analogue in addition to the hdmi, coax or optical, you will not have sound in zone 2 you need the analogue connections also

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

  • Tom Polignani
    Tom Polignani Feb 26, 2014

    My Samsung DVD player only has 3 outputs, HDMI, coax and Ethernet. Can't I get sound on zone 2 using the coax audio connection to the coax-in on the receiver?

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