Sony STRDN860 Reciever simple question lag between two zone speakers

We have a room that will have one TV and only have two ceiling speakers connected to the receiver (no surround sound), and then, we will like to place two outdoors speakers outside this room, they are next to each other..

The question is kind of simple, I will like to buy the Sony STRDN860, it seems I can connect the celling speakers to Front A, and the outdoors speakers to Front B, then I can turn on A or B, or A + B..... my question is, will there be a lag between these two zones?
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No lag in the signal, but depending where you are when setting to A + B  (IE if you are very near to one set) you will hear either A set before B set or vice versa.
This will sound like a lag or give an echo like effect.

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marpanetAuthor Commented:
A will be in a room, and B will be 2 meters from the room...

I have an Onkyo 7.1, when using zone 2, I can hear a Lag... this is different right?
2 meters from sets A + B is not sufficient distance to cause any lag or echo like sound effect.  

"I have an Onkyo 7.1, when using zone 2, I can hear a Lag... this is different right?"

7.1 produces surround sound but if the source is not true 7.1 surround sound then source soundtrack is digitally synthesized to 7.1 which may cause some lag or echo like sound effect.
marpanetAuthor Commented:
Thank you! Helped!
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