Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
The zone 2 pre-out is set to 'fixed'. Zone 2 indicates additional set of speakers tat can be connected to presence terminals through an external amp.
That means that the volume out from pre-amp to zone 2 is fixed to a standard line level Check the setup menu and find settings for zone 2, if there is no settings, that means that the receiver forces volume to fixed when a device is detected on connection to zone 2.
Most receivers work using only fixed volumes. Fixed pre-out is OK with most configurations, your Yamaha should be working fine with volume fixed on zone 2. Volume is controlled to an amp or other device connected to the receiver.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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