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VSX-1019AH-k, 5.1ch configured with Zone2 speaker terminals. Radio Tuner playback ok in Zone2, but all other inputs won't play back in Zone2. Am I reading p.31 of manual correct (that only analog audio inputs will be output to Zone2 speakers...so only component connections...not TV (HDMI), nor CDs (HDMI Blu-Ray), nor iPod, nor digital optical connections, etc.)? Is this true? If so, is there a work around on this?

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Hi. You are reading the manual correct. Zone2 on most AV Receiver will output analog sound only.

You may visit this forums for possible work around:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/av-amplifiers-receivers/1120095-so-what-receiver-could-output-zone-2-digital-input.html

http://forums.audioholics.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-23027.html

It is not for the specific model that you have but most AV Receiver works the same.

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