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Wired Home VRS100 Impedance Matching Rotary Speaker Volume Control 100W
I just bought a MSS6 speaker selector on 4 pairs of speakers.I ran shieled 18ga solid wire to the speakers.Prior to purchasing the speaker selector I connected 2 pairs of wall volume controls, it burned up the amp. Will ur volum controls solve my issue?
I see that three different colored wall plates are provided. Does this mean the insert and dial are only available in one color, white? Or can you get the insert and dial in one of the other colors, ivory or almond? (Similar to a light switch)
This includes covers, inserts and dials for all three color options.
Date published: 2014-10-27
hi, please clarify ,what is the purpose of those jumpers X1, X2 etc
The jumpers need to reflect the number of volume controls in the system. For example, with one control it will stay on x1, with two it will need to be moved to x2, etc.
Date published: 2014-09-04
Looking to wire two sets of 8ohm speakers to a receiver, one direct and the second through this volume control. If the desired impedance at the receiver is 6-10ohms (preferably 6-8) how would you jumper the VRS100 switch (1x, 2x, 4x, 8x) ?
With only one volume control the jumper needs to be on 1x.
Date published: 2014-05-22
Question regarding the impedance match?
What load is seen by the amplifier? If I run parallel speaker wires from an amp to 4 of these units, what will be the load seen by the amp? If it is a typical resistive load what is the rating for each volume control? Thanks.
Assuming all 8 ohm speakers, the load seen by the amplifier can be anywhere between 4-8 ohms.
Date published: 2013-07-05
Please clear up label circuit board confusion
What label is correct? Circuit board or Amp/Speaker Connection label?
The sticker and circuit board labels should be the same front to back. There is a possibility the sticker was installed upside down. In this case follow the circuit board labels.
Date published: 2013-02-05