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Wired Home SS6 Speaker Selector Impedance Matching 1 In 6 Out
I have an opposite problem. I have a home theater rec set up with 5 speakers and a sub, and also a vintage Pioneer receiver. I would like to be able to select which receiver is used hooked up to the same set of speakers (just the main pair).
you will want a fully isolated A/B switch for the main speakers. It will need to switch both the positive and negative. Unfortunately we do not currently sell one like that.
Date published: 2015-04-10
I am trying to run 2 x8 ohm and 2 x4 ohm sets. I have a surround sound receiver and it goes into protection mode if I attempt it now. I am not running surround I am running it 2 ch stereo. I am wanting to use your SS6 impedance matching selector
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Date published: 2014-09-11
I have 5 pairs of in-ceiling speakers with a Denon AVR X-3000 reciever. What is the least expensive amp to safely power all speakers at once? For Zone 2 speakers party background music. I would like to stay right around $100 if possible. Ideas?
A speaker switch like this will be the easiest and least expensive way to power 5 pairs of speakers.
Date published: 2014-05-08
Hi, I am somewhat confused about what this product does. Can it be used between my 8-ohm receiver and 4-ohm nominal speakers, to make both safe to use together?
This allows for multiple pairs of 8 ohm speakers to be wired to a single amplifier and maintain a safe load for the amp. I would not recommend hooking up 4 ohm speakers through this for use with an 8 ohm amplifier.
Date published: 2014-05-05
I have 5 sets of speakers in different rooms (ceiling) connected to am/fm/cd amp. Which unit will work for 5 pairs of speakers?
The Dayton SS6 will work with up to 6 pairs of speakers.
Date published: 2014-02-18
Definition of RMS?
When it says "Power: 70 watts/channel impedance protection off, 140 watts/channel impedance protection on" is it talking about input RMS or output RMS?In other words, would this handle 500W of amplification over 6 speakers - 500/6 = 83W per speakeror would that exceed the rating because it is over 140W on the input (500W > 140W)?I hope my question is clear. Thank you.
Each channel handles 140 watts with the protection on. With the senario you mentioned at 83 watts per channel you will be fine.
Date published: 2013-03-26