If you’re having issues turning off Zone 2 on your Denon AVR S750H, you’re not alone. Many users have faced this problem and have found it difficult to troubleshoot. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you on how to turn off Zone 2 on your Denon AVR S750H quickly.
Firstly, let’s understand what Zone 2 is. Zone 2 is a feature that enables you to play music outside separately from what’s playing inside. If you have a seven-channel setup, including ceiling speakers, left, center, right, surround, surround right, and surround back speakers, you’ll need to set up Zone 2 to play music outside.
Initially, when you try to turn on Zone 2, it’s going to be grayed out, and pressing it won’t do anything. To activate Zone 2, you need to set it up in the surround back speakers. To set it up, go to the setup menu on your TV, click on speakers, then manual setup, and finally, amp assign. Once you’ve done that, assign it to Zone 2, then turn on Zone 2, and it should work correctly.
Your Zone 2 is set up to play on the surround back speakers only. To control it, you need to set up the surround back speakers on the back of your Denon. If you have any questions or run into any issues, drop a comment below, and we’ll try to help you out.
Aside from turning off Zone 2, you might want to set up a subwoofer for your setup. If you do, you can buy an amp like the EMA A07 amp. It has a manual volume control and a power knob, and it works great for a dual sub setup. Simply connect it to your Denon through an RCA cable, and you’re good to go.
In conclusion, setting up Zone 2 on your Denon AVR S750H can be challenging, but following the steps above, you can turn it off quickly. If you have any further questions, feel free to leave a comment.