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Impedance Matching a Whole House System

 

MattD
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I am currently setting up a whole house speaker system and have a 100 watt receiver operating at 8 ohms going out to 3 rooms. Two rooms will have four speakers, one will have 2. I was going to use Impedance matching volume controls; however, if each volume control is set at 8 ohms I am afraid that would make the final ohm load 2.6. Keep in mind that each volume control is going to feed into a passive audio distribution panel. Is this correct? If it is, can I increase the ohms at each swith to compensate?
 

J. Vigne
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It depends on the impedance of the speakers themself and whether you wire rooms in series or parallel. The better option is to use a multichannel amp that has enough channels for each system.



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