Running 2nd set of speakers from SuperNait 2

Hi , first post from me . I,m looking to add a second set of speakers to my set up that will be playing same music as my main stereo set . My house is open plan with the SuperNait 2 set up in the living area . I would like a second set of speaker in my kitchen area ( smaller bookshelf type in mind Eg Dali Oberon 1,s ) Obviously the SN2 has only provision for 1 pair of speakers . I have "heard " it would be possible to run another amp alongside the SN2 and wire the speakers from the new amp . Would i be correct in thinking i could come from say , the Din out socket on the HDD connections on SN2 to go into the new amp ? I realise there will be a bit of trial and error with volume levels on second amp . I have an original Mission Cyrus 1 amp that i have in mind to utilise if it would be suitable . Am i on the right track or barking up the wrong tree ?
Cheers .

It would be better to use the din 4 biamp socket.

You’ve two options here:

The HDD out connection into an integrated amp like a Nait 5 or something.
Volume will be controlled by the second amplifier but source will match.

Or,

The Bi-amp out connection into a power amplifier, like a NAP.
Volume will track the SN2 volume.
Some power amps do have variable level controls like the NAD ones which could help level match.

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The simplest option may well be to get a splitter box with a button to switch on and off each pair of speakers. My girlfriend does this between Nova and Keilidhs in one room and Neat iota Alphas in another. The results are surprisingly good.

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If you’re going to the cost of buying an amplifier for the kitchen area, you could simply buy a suitable Naim product and use “Multi-room”.