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Onkyo TX-SR804 7.1

We want to be able to use wireless headphones without knocking out the main speakers, while at the same time being able to mute the mains without killing the headphones. What output jacks other than those in the front, provided specifically for headphones, will let us pull this off? Trial-and-error is getting old fast. Thanks.

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Hi Trapper John...you sound pretty frustrated so I'm just going to offer a single, and easiest method to achieve your goal. Purchase a 1/4" (6.3mm) Stereo Jack to Stereo RCA Plug Cable. If you have difficulty finding this cable as I have experienced, you may purchase it from the following website by clicking on the URL below: http://www.zzounds.com/item--HOSYPR102 Once obtained, plug your Wireless Headphones into the 1/4" Jack, and insert the RCA Plugs into the Zone 2 Output on your Receiver and your dreams will be realized. Instructions and information on Zone 2 may be found on page 82 of your Owners Manual....good luck my friend.

Posted on Aug 03, 2007

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