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Wired Home SS4 Speaker Selector Impedance Matching 1 In 4 Out
I am installing Bose amplifier and 4 speakers, (2 in each room). I understand the input (I take this is for the output from the amplifier) I see the speaker selectors. What is the output for. I need installation instructions
The output on these selectors is a pass-through of the input. This is used in case you want to have a pair of speakers wired to the main output of the amplifier and not have a mess of cables. You can see the manual for the selector below.www.parts-express.com/pedocs/manuals/wired-home-speaker-selectors-ss4-ss6-ss8-manual.pdf
Date published: 2015-01-19
is the impedance protection on when the button is pushed in?
Yes, Press the button in for the Impedance protection.
Date published: 2014-12-16
Would it be safe to also use remote volume control with this?
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Date published: 2014-09-05
What are the dimensions of this unit?
Dimensions: 8-1/2" W x 2-1/8" H (with feet) x 5" D (including wire terminals and push buttons).
Date published: 2014-07-28
can any one tell me how to safely hook up my SS4 speaker selector Wired home or Dayton they have an input output and 4 channels i may be nuts but why should there be an output along with the 4 output channel ?? thanks for your help
The output is simply a pass-through connection since the SS4 occupies the outputs from your receiver for the connections. The other four outputs are the switched outputs that have selectable impedance matching option.
Date published: 2014-06-24
So would there be any problem running two pair of small ADS L200C speakers through this switch? Amp is 115 WPC Denon PMA-1315R. Can I run them off the B speaker output of the amp and still keep my AR-3a's running off the A output?
Usually when a receiver has A and B outputs and both are used, the impedance is combined for both. The receiver will have to safely handle a 4 ohm load in order for it to be connected this way.
Date published: 2015-01-10