For the new AVR-3313 (7.2 surround) receiver, it I want to run three separate zones (5.1 main zone, living room second zone, and outside 3rd zone) do I need to use a separate amplifier for either zone 2 or zone 3? or, do I need a 9.1 or 9.2 receiver and if so, what would you recommend for quality, price, and ease of use for a 3 zone system with airplay, 3D and 4K for future quality?Thank you
Hello [Sir/Ms], My name is XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX you for posting your question on Just Answer! I will be happy to help you with this problem, there is not much difference between the 3313 and the 3312,, so no you dont need a sep amp for the other zones,, this unit is a receiver for 3 zones straight plug in for the other zones..
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What are the differences between the 3312 and 3312? Would you recommend a different receiver for my setup? Am I losing much by using Airplay built in to the receiver versus going with Sonos? My last question would be if you could recommend a good (not too expensive) universal remote (if I even need it) for the system (I only have DirecTV and a DVD player as additional components)...
Thank you...I want to make the correct purchase for my audio system.
1. the difference is Audyssey MultEQ XT technologies to create an immersive, balanced acoustic profile for your home theater system. Audyssey MultEQ XT technology automatically customizes your home theater to overcome acoustical problems specific to your room,
2. in my opinion you will not loose any Air play,, but not that familiar with Sonos,, but shouldn't matter,,
3. not sure what is not expensive to you,, but i would go with a logitech Harmony for this great unit,, click here
Thanks for the info...I'm not sure if the MultEQ XT is worth waiting a few more weeks to get my hands on the 3313...so just to confirm, I can use 3 sources and have 3 seperate speaker zones with this Denon straight out of the box? If I'm using 5.1 surround (zone 1) and running 2 speakers in the living room (zone2) and two speakers outside (zone 3) there is no power loss for zones 2 & 3? Would you recommend any other receiver for this system?
Thanks for your assistance...no more questions! you have been quite helpful.
no friend you have the correct receiver for the job,, and will not have any power lost or problems,, and thank you,, it will work greatly,, this is what its designed for
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