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Â*Â*Â*Â*Â*Â*I posted this question on some other sites, but got no replies. Maybe there are some people here that would be able to help me.
Â*Â*Â*Â*Â*Â*My receiver does not have a B speaker output for the mains. I would like to buy a selector switch that would allow me to switch a second or third set of speakers. i.e. living room, bedroom, outdoor.
Â*Â*Â*Â*Â*Â*I'm told that there is some degradation of sound when a selector is used. Assuming this is true, AND it is a noticible difference, I would like to find a switch that bypasses its own internal electronics when using only the main speakers. I can tolerate some degradation when using the additional speakers because when using the multiple sets, I will just be using the speakers for background msic. When using just the mains, it will be for my home theater and I want everything I can get out of my system. If it matters, and some literature seems to indicate it does, my main living room speakers are 4 ohm and my others are 8 ohm. Hoping someone can refer me to some switches that will accommodate these parameters. Thanks