I have these outdoors connected to an old bookshelf stereo system. Can the receiver actually do a 7. Most Zone 2's will not pass a digital signal. It was I had never changed it from the defaults. Wall-mounted surrounds can be higher, but no speakers—especially Dolby Atmos enabled modules—should be higher than half the height of your wall.
Next I connected the zone 2 pre-outs to the auxiliary input of the old stereo. So any of the above approaches should work to get sound from your receiver to the remote speakers. Then press the On Screen button to exit the on screen menu. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. I quess it was a blessing in disguise. If you're using Dolby Atmos enabled speakers, place them at the left front and right front locations. I ended up sending it back defective.
I have a playbar, sub and 2 x play3 set up for cinema. You will need to go to the Connect Zone and chose Line In - and chose the connect. Wakefield, There might be a zone 2 volume control that you need to turn up. I am able to wire one of them using the terminals but cannot figure out how to wire them both. Press the Return button on the remote repeatedly until the main root menu is reached. Second is that some receivers will not convert digital audio sources into analog for the 2nd zone.
Now if you want to play Sonos music to the Denon you can go in and chose Connect Zone and chose a music source. I do not think you can set the speakers in zone 2 to small anyway. However, I can't get zone 2 to work! Hello, I have Onkyo 646, I'm using the Zone 2 for separate audio and want to add 2 powered subwoofers. I just want some sound to the other rooms. So, as a final check before crawling back here to ask for more help I decided to make sure the speakers worked by hooking them up to the B connections Yamaha's main speaker connections are a real pain in the keister. There is only 1 sub output for the main zone.
I also have 2 zones through my receiver, and currently I can only get sonos to work in zone 1 living room. But, Wood2395, they work with setup at 7 speakers, presence yes in Basic Menu but Presence speakers no in Sound Menu. Preview post Submit post Cancel post the same problem but there are work arounds. Press the On Screen button on the remote control to enter the On Screen Menu. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
The angles shown in all diagrams represent the ideal placement range relative to your listening position. The number of speakers you can use for your additional zone will be dependent on how many channels the external amplifier supports. High-Resolution Audio delivers immersive sound, while Wireless Multi-room and Front Surround let you flexibly create your audio environment. Be sure the drivers are facing toward the ceiling. Dolby Atmos speaker setups: What the 7. The additional speakers 5 pairs are mounted in the ceilings throughout the house.
Now as you have the audio out going from the connect to the Denon. A 2-way speaker switch and line output converter can allow you to hook up a second amp to a receiver and drive multiple pairs of speakers. That output is turned off by default. I don't remember having any problems with the Onkyo menu settings but, if that doesn't work, let me know and I'll check my setting and report back. Correct me if I'm wrong, but most processors allow you to set them up for 7.
I have tried all the suggestions from the manual to no avail. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Press the Enter Button on the remote control to enter Speaker menu. I have a sonos speaker and bridge. Ceiling Height and Materials The ideal ceiling height is between 7. I presume the same thing will work with your cable box as long as it has an optical plug but I haven't tried it. You'll get the best sound when the front and surround speakers are at or slightly above your ear level when you're seated.
But when it comes right down to it, you might be best off upgrading to a receiver that does have a Zone 2 output. I had checked 'em, they were tight as could be, but it's the only explanation. A line out converter converts the speaker level output from the switch to a line level so you can connect it to that second amplifier to drive all your remote speakers. If I turned everything all the way up I faintly heard a signal. These converters are typically used in car audio installations but can also be used at home.
Not only will this make life much simpler, but you'll also be able to select sources independently. Ok so you want to be able to play cable box via any Sonos device and also via the Denon receiver. I tried wiring them separately through the high frequency, and then one to the left front and one to the right front but I lost the low range and had no bass. If you're using add-on modules, place them on top of the left and right front speakers, or within three feet of those speakers. If the extra speaker terminals are utilized then the Receiver cannot be set for 7. The output is the zone - so the output going to the denon is whatever you tell the controller to play to that output zone whatever you named the zone of the connect. You would have to add an amp and use the zone 2 line outs for it.