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need wiring diagram for 4 pairs of speakers 3 pairs 8 ohm. and outdoor pair is 4 ohm. proficient audio.
all wiring is ran from amp (4 wire) to in wall impedance matching volume controls. these controls have dipswitch setting for ohm matching. just need help wiring them. cant wrap head around. do not want to hurt amp.

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Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|----- Amp

Set options in the controls for 4 pairs of speakers.

See your Controls install manual.
 

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Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|----- Amp

Set options in the controls for 4 pairs of speakers.

See your Controls install manual.
ok. so just how i have it wired just set switches properly for ohm value? in volume controls?

thats what is flustering me. can you please expand? lay it right out for me. thanks man.

because i have the 8ohm and 4 ohm its confusing the **** out of me. it shouldnt but is.

i dont want to blow anything up. thats all
 

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ijust want to make sure what they saying is correct. thats all .


i really donu understand the manual. its very bland. let me know if you can help .

thanks again cheers.
 

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"need wiring diagram for 4 pairs of speakers 3 pairs 8 ohm. and outdoor pair is 4 ohm. "



There it is. I used red so it wouldn't look so bland.
ok sweet . thanks.. but my onkyo amp is 8ohm. at 2 channel. is this still correct setting for the load?

so you say 1 speaker at 4 ohm is that for 1 out of 2 channels? and 3 at 8ohm for 1 out of 2 channels the other half of channel is the other pair of speakers respectively? hope that makes sense. fack. feel like a dumbass. i guess thats why you are all here. and i apologize for being a crabby mofo weeks back. i think i called you some names. sorry again.
 

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tx8050. sorry i am a newbie. onkyo tx8050 amp. will this speaker load comply with this amp? with the settings on the iw-vc's?

thanks again.
it has a bridged mode. which is 4 ohms 160w they call it dynamic power. just need to know schematics based on what you previously showed me. thanks.
 

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Oh, sorry, Tx-8050 was in your title...

Ok, set the switches to in all the controls to C. That will give a little more "protection" to the amplifier. D setting would give the most protection.

Monitor the temperature of the amplifier, give it good ventilation, don't run it real hard, you should be fine.

If you play with it you will probably find the volume at the speakers is lowest at D setting, a little louder at C, louder at B...

Louder = more power drawn from the amp, and that amp isn't a real powerhouse.

It does show a [email protected] dynamic rating - http://www.onkyousa.com/Products/model.php?m=TX-8050&class=Receiver

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It also, in the specs, shows "4 ohm capable"

Use C setting, if that works ok, you're done.
If not loud enough, B setting.
 

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Oh, sorry, Tx-8050 was in your title...

Ok, set the switches to in all the controls to C. That will give a little more "protection" to the amplifier. D setting would give the most protection.

Monitor the temperature of the amplifier, give it good ventilation, don't run it real hard, you should be fine.

If you play with it you will probably find the volume at the speakers is lowest at D setting, a little louder at C, louder at B...

Louder = more power drawn from the amp, and that amp isn't a real powerhouse.

It does show a [email protected] dynamic rating - http://www.onkyousa.com/Products/model.php?m=TX-8050&class=Receiver

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It also, in the specs, shows "4 ohm capable"

Use C setting, if that works ok, you're done.
If not loud enough, B setting.
great help. thanks again. appreciate it. i know its not a powerhouse. but no zone will ever be turned to max or all at same time. just want to protect the potential. so i did ok then right? need some encouragement!!! lmfao.. this **** is new to me.. been messing with stereos whole life. have a brand new set of jbl monitors complete with powered subs in basement but the home amp/receiver is different how they are hooked up. and much less protected. thanks again Raydunzl
 

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still not exactly sure as to your picture how to hook up speaker cables to amp. i have 3 sets of 8ohm and 1 set of 4ohm. ? let me know if you pic is right or is backwards? thanks. and does that pic reflect 1 actual speaker or a pair? thanks man.
 

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If you have the distribution panel as shown in the controls manual, use that.

Otherwise, just connect two speakers to the A outputs and two to the B outputs.

They go to the same place inside the amplifier.

Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|----- Amp B Output

Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|----- Amp A Output


---The switch inside the controls makes the speakers look like higher impedance speakers---

http://filedepot.onkyousa.com/Files/own_manuals/TX-8050_En_web_A.pdf

Page 10 -

The receiver allows you to connect two sets of speakers.
When two sets of speakers are connected, you can select
which speaker set outputs sound or use both sets to
output sound simultaneously. ( page 19 about
“Speakers A” and “Speakers B”)

• When you connect one set of speakers to either
SPEAKERS A or SPEAKERS B terminal posts, or
when you connect two sets of speakers to both speaker
terminal posts and output sound only from either
speaker set, use speakers whose impedance is 4 to
16 Ω, and set the speaker impedance setting on the
receiver to 4 or 6 Ω ( page 12). When the impedance
of the speaker to be used is less than 6 Ω, set the
speaker impedance to 4 Ω.

• When you connect speakers to both SPEAKERS A
and SPEAKERS B terminal posts and output sound
from both speaker sets simultaneously, use speakers
whose impedance is 8 to 16 Ω. Set the speaker
impedance setting on the receiver to 4 Ω.
 

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If you have the distribution panel as shown in the controls manual, use that.

Otherwise, just connect two speakers to the A outputs and two to the B outputs.

They go to the same place inside the amplifier.

Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|----- Amp B Output

Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|
Speakers ---------> Control ----------------|----- Amp A Output


---The switch inside the controls makes the speakers look like higher impedance speakers---

http://filedepot.onkyousa.com/Files/own_manuals/TX-8050_En_web_A.pdf

Page 10 -

The receiver allows you to connect two sets of speakers.
When two sets of speakers are connected, you can select
which speaker set outputs sound or use both sets to
output sound simultaneously. ( page 19 about
“Speakers A” and “Speakers B”)

• When you connect one set of speakers to either
SPEAKERS A or SPEAKERS B terminal posts, or
when you connect two sets of speakers to both speaker
terminal posts and output sound only from either
speaker set, use speakers whose impedance is 4 to
16 Ω, and set the speaker impedance setting on the
receiver to 4 or 6 Ω ( page 12). When the impedance
of the speaker to be used is less than 6 Ω, set the
speaker impedance to 4 Ω.

• When you connect speakers to both SPEAKERS A
and SPEAKERS B terminal posts and output sound
from both speaker sets simultaneously, use speakers
whose impedance is 8 to 16 Ω. Set the speaker
impedance setting on the receiver to 4 Ω.
holy ****. thanks man. not totally understanding as it is 330 in am here and i had a wicked sunday funday. but thanks.. i look at tomorrow and if i have any questions i check back.

cheers man.
 

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ok sweet . thanks.. but my onkyo amp is 8ohm. at 2 channel. is this still correct setting for the load?



so you say 1 speaker at 4 ohm is that for 1 out of 2 channels? and 3 at 8ohm for 1 out of 2 channels the other half of channel is the other pair of speakers respectively? hope that makes sense. fack. feel like a dumbass. i guess thats why you are all here. and i apologize for being a crabby mofo weeks back. i think i called you some names. sorry again.
I suspect that one thing that could be messing our minds is the fact that the picture above has a mystery component in it labelled "Passive Non Impedance Matching 1 in 4 out speaker terminal"

It is also known as a SS4P and is further described in this manual:

http://www.cabutoma.com.tw/PDF/others/SS8P_SS4P.pdf


The box below that is another mystery component labelled "M40" but could be taken to be the appropriate speaker terminals of your AVR.
 

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I suspect that one thing that could be messing our minds is the fact that the picture above has a mystery component in it labelled "Passive Non Impedance Matching 1 in 4 out speaker terminal"

It is also known as a SS4P and is further described in this manual:

http://www.cabutoma.com.tw/PDF/others/SS8P_SS4P.pdf


The box below that is another mystery component labelled "M40" but could be taken to be the appropriate speaker terminals of your AVR.
Vc60I. Still going into protection.
 
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