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Helios AS-SS4 Home Theater 4-Zone Speaker Selector
Need to distribute a stereo speaker level signal to multiple listening zones? The Helios AS-SS4 4 Zone Speaker Selector is the solution. It features a manually activated impedance protection switch. Turn it on to prevent the impedance to your amplifier from dropping below 5 ohms, regardless of the number and impedance ratings of your speakers. Turn it off when it's used as a part of a system incorporating impedance-matching volume controls, allowing you to get the most out of your amplifier. For in-wall installations, use CL-2 or CL-3 rated cable for compliance with local building codes. When connecting a speaker and amplifier, be sure to maintain the correct polarity between the amp, the speaker selector, the volume controls and the speakers.
- Route speaker cables from each listening zone to the speaker selector
- Route speaker cables from the amplifier to the speaker selector
- Remove approximately 8 inches of the outer jacket from the speaker cable (if necessary)
- Strip approximately 3/8 inches of insulation from each conductor and twist the exposed strands together to avoid fraying
- Press the push terminal and insert the conductor; release to make contact
- Set Impedance Protection to ON and OFF as necessary
What is Proposition 65?
California’s Proposition 65 protects California consumers by requiring special warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm where those products would expose consumers to such chemicals above certain threshold levels.
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Customers with a California billing or ship to address.
Why are you seeing the message now?
California implemented new guidelines for Proposition 65 warnings, effective August 30, 2018. These guidelines were applied to make the warnings more clear and reasonable.
Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
Learn more from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) site here.