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I have a yamaha htr 5890. I would like to hook up

I have a yamaha htr 5890. I would like to hook up a set of remote speakers using the zone 2 output. I have tried by turning on the amp in the zone 2/3 options menu, but i get no power to the remote speakers. I used these remote speakers with an Onkyo ts xr601. They worked great. Thanks
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You are probably connected to the pre-out jacks. These are not amplified. Connect them to the B speaker outputs(screw down connectors). If that won't work (and it should), you can connect to the "Presence" speaker connections(spring loaded connections).

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