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Perhaps. You certainly can't compose a coherent question.

For starters, all receivers are different.

First off, when discussing "zones", they are referred to numerically. i.e. Zone 1, zone 2, zone 3 etc. NOT zone and B.

Now, are you referring to A and B speakers? That's an entirely different question.

Finally, most receivers require a separate amplifier for any but zone 1, the first zone. Some can be configured to use some of the internal amps for zone 2.

EXACTLY which receiver are you tslking about?

In closing, what receiver has 6 internal amplifiers? A 5.1 channel receiver has 5(or more, in pairs)internal amps, a 7.1 channel has 7 (or more, in pairs).

What 5.1 receiver has 6 internal amps?

Enough truth?

Now, it's entirely possible you didn't state it clearly enough to be answered but, please, don't try to blame your ignorance and/or inability to communicate your thoughts clearly on me.

...and you wonder why nobody wanted to answer you? Wanna try again?


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