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Post 1 made on Thursday March 22, 2018 at 18:13
Wm Feldkamp
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I am replacing a sony a/v with a new sony a/v model STR-DN1080. On my old unit I had a Tape Out Left and Right which I had connected to Sonance audio distribution system to speakers in outher parts of the house and pool area.
I have contacted Sony and told me to use zone 2. That did not work.
Can anyone tell me how to get an output like a tape out from this a/v>
Billy Bob Feldkamp
Post 2 made on Sunday April 22, 2018 at 11:33
Ernie Gilman
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Zone 2 sounds like the right answer, so would you elaborate?

Frinstance,
Zone 2 did not work because I got no audio.
Zone 2 did not work right because I split the audio signal to six amps and it reduced to an unusable level.
Zone 2 did not work because ________________________________.
Zone 2 did not work like I thought it should, which would be ____________________.
Zone 2 was distorted.
Zone 2 has volume control, which TAPE OUT never has, and I didn't figure out how to use it properly.

Or whatever the details were.
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