I think the easiest way to get the "four channel stereo" in addition to the HT integration is to use a line level A/B selector.
I'm pretty sure the OP understands that, but wants to have his 2-ch stuff playing through 4 speakers like before, on top of the HT integration.
You were just saying 5.1 couldn't work by my diagram, and I say it can and will.
Are you on a different question now?
I suggest you review my diagram and inputs noted and the back panel of the NAD.
Or, refer to post 15 where the OP explains it.
So you insist on "four speaker stereo" too?
In the NAD.
I believe it will.
If you insist not, kindly explain why not.
Such arrangements will work but they are, frankly, bit of a kludge.
Plain old stereo from the front/main speakers is easy, works like it...
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The longest line level cable on AK?
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