Dual Room / Zone Question

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  1. mikeMarz

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    I am new to this forum, and I have some questions about a HT that I am starting to build. I have the HK AVR 5, and am considering upgrading to either the AVR 235 or 335, but I need some more information on dual room / dual zone setup on the AVR 335 before I make my decision.

    What I would like to do is wire the multi-out L/R audio to a wireless device, and transmit the signal to my AVR 5 or something else in my bedroom. Also I would like to transmit a video signal to this device as well (composite video, digital coax, digital optical, and/ or component video monitor out, if they make transmitters for these types of signals.) I would also like to use a wireless transmitter for the remote in my second zone, and the receiver for it hooked up to the remote multi-in on the 335.

    Do they make these devices, and would the video quality suffer if I went this route? If they do make these devices, could I use my 7.1 preouts instead of just L/R Multi-out? Would the Dolby/DTS processing on the 335 or the 235 go through to the AVR 5, if I hooked the 6-channel direct preouts up to the inputs on my AVR 5? Any other relevant info would also be appreciated. THANKS!!!!
     
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    O.K. I called my "local" brick/mortar store and asked some of these questions. I was told that with the Terk LF-30S and Remote Extender, I should be able to do what I want, I'll just run the component monitor out to my living room tv, the RCA monitor out to the LF-30S, along with the multi-room L/R audio out. That should work great for my system.

    Anyone know about the quality of the video using the Leapfrog?
     

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