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Niles SS-4 4 Zone Speaker Selector Audio System with Amp Protection

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Original price $122.70 - Original price $122.70
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$122.70 - $122.70
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Niles SS-4 4 Zone Speaker Selector Audio System with Amp Protection

Brand: Niles
MPN: SS-4
Condition: New


Speaker Selection System
Connects up to 4 pairs of speakers to stereo receiver/amplifier
Protection circuit safeguards receiver/amplifier
Separate left and right ground paths for compatibility with all amplifiers, including bridged designs
Removable screwless connectors accommodate up to 14-gauge wire
Rugged all metal chassis construction
Non skid feet wont scratch furniture and ensure unit stability during operation
72 adhesive-backed room identification labels
Requires an amplifier that is compatible with a 4 ohm load

Power handling: 100 watts per channel RMS, 200 watts peak
Frequency Response: +0 dB, -0 dB (flat) from 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Mounting: Table-top component
Overall Dimensions: 8-1/2" Width x 2" Height x 6-3/4" Depth

Wiring Requirements:
Individual runs of 2-conductor speaker wire. Removable connectors accommodate wire sizes 14-22 gauge (16 gauge recommended)

Tools required (sold separately):
Wire Stripper

Niles SS-4 Speaker Selection System

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