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Old 10-05-2007   #7
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Default Re: extending AV to 2 channel

Yes, If I understand this correctly, using the b - surround post only allows one or maybe two speaker connections, as opposed to the second amp which would permit use of two pairs of speakers, presumably stereo pairs, A & B.
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Old 10-08-2007   #8
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Default Re: extending AV to 2 channel

Depending on your second amp, yes multiple pairs of speakers are possible. Out of your primary receiver you can only add one additional pair of stereo speakers. So, yes another amp is necessary for 2 more sets of speakers.
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