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Denon Avr-1803- multiple room audio difficulties!

I have this set up as a 5.1 using the surround back connectors for a 2nd room simultantously. My Question is whether the Zone 2 RCA's on this receiver are true pre-amp jacks RCA that I can connect to a second reciever in order to run (simultaneously or not) a 2nd set of A & B speakers of that 2nd reciever (avr-1100). I have not been able to get any audio into the second receiver connecting them into an input connection (such as CD or tape.)

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  • auer Jan 22, 2009

    I am tring to connect the 2nd set of speakers and followed the manual and can not get sound from the 2nd channel. What can I do

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It is true pre amp check your cables and confirm in (avr-1100)that you select the right input.

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