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heddwync
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heddwync posted on Sat, Nov 9 2019 9:33 PM

Hi, I'm after a bit of advice before making a purchase.

I have a pair of Beolab 5 speakers, and a new Samsung QLED 4k TV.

I'm not worried about surround sound for this setup. But I would like to include a turntable in my setup;

https://www.technics.com/uk/products/premium-class/direct-drive-turntable-system-sl-1500c.html

And I'm considering this HI-FI Network receiver;

https://www.denon.co.uk/uk/product/homecinema/avreceiver/dra800h

I know I can connect my Beolab 5 speakers with the Pre Out Zone 2 connections on the receiver into the line in, in the Beolab 5's and a sync cable between each speaker - Sounds Heavenly suggested this. All good - or would you suggest something different?

I would also like a Beoplay A9 in a separate part of my living space;

https://www.bang-olufsen.com/en/speakers/beoplay-a9-google-assistant

And a Naim Mu So in my dining room;

https://www.naimaudio.com/mu-so

My question is, with this setup will I be able to play music simultaneously through my Beolab 5's, Beoplay A9 and Naim Mu So speakers if e.g. I have a party. How do I get complete control to play through 1x speaker, 2x of the speakers, all 3x speakers.

And could I play music from the turntable to all of these speakers too? Or should I be looking at something different to connect everything? My goal is sound quality, flexibility of connectivity, minimum boxes (i.e. something central for the TV and turntable and speakers to plug into), and nice design.

Hopefully my query has made sense. Really appreciate your help and advice.

Thanks

Heddwyn

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