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Niles SVC100k Indoor Sliding Volume Control for Home Audio Speakers

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Niles SVC100k Indoor Sliding Volume Control for Home Audio Speakers

Brand: Niles
Condition: New

High Power Sliding Volume Control
Connects up to 8 pairs of 8-ohm loudspeakers to a single stereo amplifier/receiver using the VCSHUB8
Adjustable impedance magnification: 1x, 2X, 4X, 8X
12 step control, 54 dB maximum attenuation
Pop-free switching between all steps
Screwless wallplates in 4 colors: White, Bone, Light Almond, Black
12 position adjustable IM volume control
2 pcs removable speaker connectors for quick installation and security
Accommodates up to 16-gauge wire
May be used with 4, 6 or 8-ohm Speaker systems
Ideal For Home And Commercial Sound Installations
UL listed to comply with local building codes

Power handling: 100 watts per channel RMS; 200 watts peak
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz ±2dB
Volume Control: Width=1.529in., Height=4.071in., Depth=3.668in.
Wall Plate: W=2.945in., H=4.688in., D=0.237in. (Cutout: 1.31in. x 2.628in.)
Mounting Depth: 2-9/16 inches

Tools required (sold separately):
1/8" Standard Slotted Screwdriver
1/4" Standard Slotted Screwdriver
Wire Stripper

SVC100K Volume Control
4 x Wall Plate
4 x Decora Insert

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