Speaker configuration and speaker pattern settings
Select the speaker pattern using [Speaker Pattern] in the [Speaker Settings] menu according to the speaker configuration which you are using.
|Speaker configuration in each zone||[Surround Back Speaker Assign] (*2)||[Surround Speaker Assign]||Speaker pattern to be selected in [Speaker Settings]|
|Main zone||Zone 2 (*1)||Zone 3|
|5.1-channel||Not used||Not used||[Off]||[Off]||[5.1]|
|7.1-channel using surround back speakers||Not used||Not used||[Off]||[Off]||[7.1]|
|7.1-channel using front high speakers||Not used||Not used||[Off]||[Off]||[7.1 (FH)]|
|5.1-channel with Zone 2 connection||2-channel||Not used||[Off]||[Off]||[5.1]|
|3.1-channel with Zone 2 and Zone 3 connections||2-channel||2-channel||[Off]||[Zone3]||[3.1]|
|5.1-channel with bi-amplifier connection||Not used||Not used||[Bi-Amp]||[Off]||[5.1]|
|5.1-channel with front B speaker connection||Not used||Not used||[Front B]||[Off]||[5.1]|
*1 You can only enable the SPEAKERS ZONE 2 terminals if you set [SURROUND BACK/ZONE2 Priority] to [ZONE2 Terminals] in the [Speaker Settings] menu, and set [Zone2 Power] to [On] in the [Zone Controls] menu.
*2 You can only set [Surround Back Speaker Assign] if the speaker pattern is set to a setting that does not have surround back and front high speakers.
- When you use wireless surround speakers, the speaker configuration is fixed to 5.1-channel. To enjoy 5.1-channel with the wireless surround speakers, connect the front speakers, center speaker and subwoofer. For connection of these speakers, see “Connecting 5.1-channel speaker system.”
To setup the wireless surround function, see “Enjoying surround sound using wireless speakers (Wireless Surround Settings).”