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    SKU: OSD-ATM-7

    OSD ATM77x Zone Automatic Speaker Selector w/ Remote Control IR Code

    Purchase 7x Zone Automatic Speaker Selector w/ Remote Control IR Code ATM7
    • Outdoor Speaker Depot SKU: OSD-ATM-7 7-pair-speaker-selector-with-remote-control
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    New improved we dim the blue led indicator light so it is not too bright at night. Speaker selector switches allow you to connect multiple pairs of speakers to your stereo receiver or amplifier. The ATM 7-Zone Speaker Selector with Remote Control can control up to seven pairs of speakers so you can listen to music in multiple rooms simultaneously.

    ATM 7-Zone Speaker Selector includes an IR remote control. With a backup memory function and a 10-meter remote operating distance, this may be the perfect solution for your needs. Also you can easily program the remote control to any of your favorite universal remote control with the factory code we provide.

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    • Speaker Selector Type: 7 Zone Speaker Selector w/ IR Remote Control
    • # of Zones or Speaker Pairs: 7
    • Single Source
    • Impedance Protection: No
    • Maximum Operating Range: 400W
    • Input Source: 7 Inputs to Speaker A/B or 2 Sources to 7 Zones
    • Input/ Output Connector Type: Multi-way Binding Posts
    • Last Call Back-up Memory Function
    • Rack Mountable: Yes, 1.5RU
    • Remote Control: Yes
    • Dimensions (L x H x D): 16.5" x 3" x 7.87"
    • Weight: 7 lbs
    • Warranty: 2 Years
    • The ATM7 does not have any Internal Impedance Matching Protection
    • Note: We recommend adding Impedance Matching Volume Controls for each zone if you are planning to play more than two 8-ohm pairs of speakers at the same time.

    Infrared Emitter Information and Installation Guide:

    • With 5 meters cable length
    • With 3.5mm mono standard plug
    • With self-adhesive tape for quick and easy fixing on any hard, clean & dry surface.
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    Tim • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM More of a comment than a question.... seems strange there would be a full-function remote with no power button. I would think that would be the #1 use of a remote - to turn a device off and on.
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    It is helpful to have zone on and off capability, but as others have noted, the LED light is very bright, and the unit consumes a lot of power in the passive mode, so I still believe there should be a master power button. Perhaps, if there is a ever a future revision to the design, this will be considered. I own one of these, and I do like it, but a master power button on the remote (and so it could be controlled by universal remotes), would be a design improvement. Moreover, an IP interface, so it could be controlled via IP, would be even better.
    Tim • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM More of a comment than a question.... seems strange there would be a full-function remote with no power button. I would think that would be the #1 use of a remote - to turn a device off and on.
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    I would leave the power button on and plug the unit into a switched outlet on your receiver/amp.
    Nathan • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM The illustrations for the hookup don't show any impedance matching volume controls. Why are they needed?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Nathan, This happens to be the only speaker selector that we manufacture that doesn't have built in impedance protection. Thus, if you are running more than one zone, impedance matching volume controls are required so that the load doesn't affect your amp in a negative way. What kind of amp would you be running into this selector? -BM 2379
    Tom • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Hello, My home has 5 pairs of ceiling speakers that are wired without volume controls. The wires all terminate in one location where I will put my amp. I have an old Harmon Kardon AVR 25 II that has 2 separate speaker outputs. I am interested in using the ATM-7 Zone Speaker Selector to power at most 3 pairs of speakers at a time. I really want to use this speaker selector so I can use the remote and control it from my phone (via home automation system I will be able to turn on the amp, speaker selector, then choose the speaker pairs). There are no other speaker selectors that I have seen that can do this. How important are the impedance-matched volume controls? Is there a device I can hook up to the ATM-7 to accomplish this? Thanks, Tom
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Tom, It's great that you are interested in the ATM-7, as it is a very useful product. However, I would not advise you to use it in line with a standard receiver, especially a home theater receiver. The reason being that these types of receivers can usually only handle an 8ohm load, which is one pair of speakers. When running 3 pairs of speaker, as you are intending to, that will create a load of just over 2ohms, which a receiver such as yours wouldn't be able to handle. Even if you ran impedance matching volume controls on each of the 3 zones that you plan to use, I don't think it would be safe with that receiver. My recommendation would be to run our AMP200 to the ATM-7 to give it sufficient power. If you run the AMP200, you would not need volume controls. Let us know if that answers your questions. Thanks. -BM 2430
    Anthony • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Could this unit be used to compare amplifiers, i.e., to hook up a single set of speakers to several amplifiers?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Anthony, Yes. You can run multiple amps and one speaker or vice versa - multiple speakers and one amp. -BM 2483