Question about Pioneer VSX-D309 Receiver
Ok, this happens because in every headphone jack, there is s switch, this switch,, cuts OFF the Speakers, and may even use a lower power amplifier when sending to headphones, I guess the manufacturers didn't think anyone would want to have the speaker ON, and use the headphone at the same time. However what you could do, is get yourself, a Cable to Phono, socket, cable, cut the end off, and hook up to the rear Speakers output and then you could hook it up to your Wireless device and have it work as you want. The link below will give you an idea of what I mean. Also if your unit has a "Monitor" or "Auxiliary" output you could use that too. hookup to that and it will output a signal.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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