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    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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    John Smith • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I too want to use this with my Sonos Connect:AMP. I only want to switch one pair of speakers at a time. Connect:AMP ----> ATM7 From ATM7, I'd select Office, or Master Bedroom. Would I still need impedance matching volume controls?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi John: If you are playing one pair of speakers at a time then you should not have to worry about using the ATM7. I think you need to verify with SONOS on their SONOS Connect Amplifier on whether it is recommended to drive two pair of speakers in parallel (like playing zone 1 and Zone 2 at the same time). Another option is to purchase a SONOS Connect Pre amp and purchase one of our AMP200 High Current Amplifiers along with the ATM7. This amp has no problem driving lower impedance loads. The concern is when you play three zones, each with a pair of 8 ohm speakers, the first two pair bring the load down to 4 ohm, then by adding the third pair at 8 ohm the load drops to 2.6 ohms. The AMP200 is a high current amplifier featuring the design and all discrete components to handle the increased current demand. The ATM7 is rated at 400 watts so the weak link is the Amplifier. The AMP200 weighs 24 pounds due the ample internal heat-sink needed to dissipate the increased heat created by the low impedance loads. The SONOS Connect Amp Manual says nothing about connecting more than a direct pair of speakers. It weighs 5.1 pounds. Part of that is the SONOS Connect Amplifier is a Class D Amplifier that is usually 90% efficient compared the the Class A/B Analog design of the AMP200 which is 50% But the well built amp has more flexibility to work in more demanding applications and is a true audiophile sounding amplifier. Note; the SONOS Connect features all the same Front end functions as the SONOS Connect AMP just with more options for adding more power. Good Luck TL/4155
    John Smith • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Do you make an impedance matching remotely controlled speaker selector?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi John: The ATM7 is the only IR remote controlled Speaker Selector we have. We do have 12 channel power amp that features both IR and RS232 control. I answered your original question suggesting you switch to a SONOS Connect versus the SONOS Connect AMP and add our OSD AMP200. I would more than happy to explain further. The SONOS is a great choice for your sources but their amplifiers are limited when dealing with lower impedance and multi room setups. Obviously they want you to have dedicated SONOS per each zone. We recommend the SONOS, NUVO wireless and other well respected streaming pre amps to supply the single source to our basic multi room systems. tim TL/4156
    Michael • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I just purchased the ATM7 unit to run 4 zones fed off zone 2 of my Onkyo RZ710. Each zone is a separate room with one pair of speakers on each zone. There is a SVC-100 volume control in each room. Do I set the impedance matching selector to 1 for one pair in each zone or 4 for four pairs total? Does the power draw from the source amp change depending on how many zones are either on or off?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Michael: The SVC-100 impedance matching volume controls should all be set to 4X. so in case you are driving all four zones at the same tome you are protected for worse case scenario. The ATM7 does not provide any internal protection so the SVC-100 are perfect. The only thing I would add is the the Zone 2 output of any of the Audio Video Receivers is not meant to drive multiple speakers like the setup you described. We always recommend adding an external Power Amplifier like our High Current 2 Channel Stereo Power Amplifier the AMP-200. You do not want the internal amplifier with the single internal power supply attempt to drive multiple speakers on top of the 5 or 7 channels of the surround sound. TL/4162
    mark • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Am i able to independently control each volume with the remote control?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    HI Mark: The Remote Control does not allow you to control the Volume. Its main function is allowing you to turn on off the individual speakers/zones. Checkout the Hex codes there is no command controlling the volume. TL/4189
    Steve • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM so we moved into a house that has speakers in all rooms. However there are no wall volume controls. I have a Pioneer SC-55 receiver that has 3 zones. Zone 1 = Living room is hooked up, via 5.1 sound. Zone 2 = master bedroom with 2 speakers, and Zone 3 is the patio with 2 speakers. Would I be able to use the ATM7 to split zone 3 to the master bedroom and 5 additional rooms in our house? Since I dont have any impedance matching volume controls can this ATM7 be used safely if I only turn on 1 room at a time off of zone 3? If so how is switching rooms for this unit done? would I first have to turn off one room then turn on the next room? Or can this be setup in a way that when I turn on another room that it automatically turns off the first room, more of like a toggle instead of splitting? Or would it be too easy to forget to turn off one room before turning on another & possibly overload my receiver? Is there a device I can purchase to put in front of (between receiver & ATM7) or after the ATM7 (between ATM7 and each speaker set) so that it will automatically impedance match and not overload the unit if I were to accidentally turn on two rooms at once? so that way I don't have to cut holes in the walls and splice into the wires to install volume knobs? What do you recommend?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    HI Steve: The Pioneer Receiver gives you options. The ATM7 will not work for your application since it has no internal protection and you can not add volume controls to do the impedance matching since your system is already wired. You will also need an external amplifier to power your multiple rooms. What I would suggest is adding our OSD AMP200 and either our SSVC6D or TSM8 speaker selector. Connection to the Pioneer would still be a 5.1 system, Zone 2 would be connected to Surround back (A) speaker level to control your master bedroom. Then connect Zone 3 to your pre amp out to the Input #2 of the AMP200 to run your multiple rooms including your Patio. The SSVC6D features internal Impedance matching Volume Controls to handle the protection. Most likely you will never use the volume controls. The best Speaker Selector we have with internal protection is the TSM8 which features selectable protection knob depending on how many speakers you have connected. The speaker level output of the Audio Video Receiver for Zone 2 and like your receiver Zone 3 are meant to control a single pair of speakers (like in your master bedroom). But when you go to multiple speakers you need to go to an external amplifier connected to the dedicated Zone Pre Amp output. We sell hundreds of AMP200/300 for this application along with the best Speaker Selector for the application (that is why we have 13 different speaker selectors to choose from). Good luck TL/4197