I installed a 4802 for my brother and am trying to figure out how to properly send a feed to a secondary house amp. I've got a Sony CD Jukebox connected to the 4802 via toslink and a Phillips CRD Deck connected via digital coax. I have a line level connection running from the "Pre-out / Multi-Zone" connection on the 4802 to the line in on the secondary amp. As of yet, I have gotten no sound throughout the house, but the mains work fine. Then I look at Pg. 37 on the manual and read "Digital signals are not out put from the multi-zone audio output jacks." WHY NOT? Am I screwed or is there another "creative" way for me to keep those two digital connections and be able to carry sound throughout the house? Is it possible to utilize the other pre-out line level connections (FR,FL,SW,C,SR,SL,SBR,SBL)? Or is it possible to utilize the surround B terminals in conjuntion w/ five or seven channel stereo settings and bypass the secondary amp all together? Help Peace, DM PS - Why would I only be able to see the 4802's onscreen menus when there is no other video signal?