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I'm trying to set up a speaker system to play in 4 areas of my house. This is the setup I'm going for, and I want to know if it will work or if there are potential problems. I know it isn't high-end, I just want to be able to listen to music coming from my computer throughout the house. This will be replacing my current system of opening the office door and blasting 2 cheapo computer speakers at full volume.

 

I have this receiver:

 

http://store.sony.com/2-channel-hi-fi-receiver-zid27-STRDH130/cat-27-catid-All-Speakers-and-Stereo-Components

 

I will be running L/R channels from there to this speaker selector:

 

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=109&cp_id=10903&cs_id=1090305&p_id=9995&seq=1&format=2

 

And from there, want to run 4 pairs of speakers. 2 of them will be these, and if it would work, I'd like to just have them all be these:

 

http://www.amazon.com/Dual-LU43PB-Indoor-Outdoor-Speakers/dp/B00081NX5U

 

Will this setup work?

 

When would the 'protection circuit' need to be enabled (as in how many of my 2 speaker zones could I run before needing to enable it)?

 

Any help is appreciated. I'm not well versed in the whole watts/ohms/impedance stuff with speakers & sound systems.
 

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Looks like that speaker selector is impedance matching so you should be good. Personally I'd just leave the protection engaged at all times. But that's because I'm lazy and 70 watts should be more than enough unless you live in a castle



If you look close at the picture there is some text below the protection button that reads "Engage when using one pair of loudspeakers". So take that for what it's worth...
 
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