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High Power Stereo 4-Zone Home Theater Speaker Selector Up to 140W, Black

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The Wires Zone SSL-4 High Power Stereo 4-Zone Home Theater Speaker Selector Black Up to 140W

Need to distribute a stereo speaker level signal to multiple listening zones? The Wires Zone SSL-4 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.


  • Distribute your music to every room in your home with this 4-channel speaker selector.
  • Allows you to distribute your audio signals to up to four different speaker zones.
  • This switch can support up to 70 watts per channel with the protection circuit enabled or up to 140 watts per channel without the protection circuit in place.
  • An optional impedance protection circuit ensures that impedance seen by your amplifier remains constant, no matter how many speakers are in use.
  • Protection Circuit High Power Resistors: 2 x 10 ohm/15 watt per channel
  • Dimensions: 8.5in x 4.9in x 2.6in

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