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SKU: OSD-ATM-7 7 Zone Automatic Speaker Selector w/ Remote Control IR Code - ATM7


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  • SKU: OSD-ATM-7 7-pair-speaker-selector-with-remote-control

    7 Zone Automatic Speaker Selector w/ Remote Control IR Code - ATM7

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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.

Warning: California's Proposition 65

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This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

  • 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.
113 Questions asked on 7 Zone Automatic Speaker Selector w/ Remote Control IR Code - ATM7

Josef • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q Could this unit be wired in reverse? Assuming it is passive, right? Could one hook up 7 amps or receivers to the speaker inputs and one pair of speakers to the amp inputs? volume controls can just be wide open since only one amp or receiver is being utilized at a time. This would allow a person with 7 different amps to compare and enjoy through his favorite pair of speakers if I'm not mistaken. I have one (another brand hooked up this way and it's awesome except for the cheesy spring connector terminals. The ATM7 has the banana plug connectors I need.
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A Hi Josef: This unit is bi directional, either 2 amp input to 7 zones/speakers. Or the reverse allows you to connect up to 7 amplifiers and two pair of speakers. You can pick anyone of your amplifiers (up to seven total) and compare two sets of speaker with the A or B switch. TL/4498
Lesley • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q I recently purchased an OSD ATM-7 to replace my Russound PRO-VC 6.1 as I want the convenience of remote operation for my whole-home speaker set-up. I just realized that the ATM-7 does not have impedance matching, and as we do not have volume controls installed for our speakers, I wanted to make sure that I don't overload my system with the ATM-7 instead of the aRussound. My speaker installation includes 5 pairs of in-ceiling Tannoy CMS50 ICT or CMS50T ICT (not sure which one). The power handling is rated at 50W and the nominal impedance is 6 ohms (nominal) / 4 ohms (minimum). My amp is an ONKYO TX-NR545 and doesn't seem to have any issues powering my 5 pairs of speakers in Zone 2 with the Russound (we've had this set up for serveral years). Here are the specs from the manual: Rated Output Power (North American) With 8 ohm loads, both channels driven, from 20-20,000 Hz; rated 65 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.7% total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output. Surround Mode Output Power (*) (6 ohms, 1 kHz THD 0.9%) 115 W per channel *Reference output for each speakers. Speaker impedance: 6-16 ohms Full specs here: http://www.intl.onkyo.com/downloads/manuals/pdf/tx-nr545_bas_adv_manual_en.pdf#page22 Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. I was really hoping to make this work and don't want to return the unit. Thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A Hi Lesley: Based upon what you have described I not sure if the ATM7 will work for your application. You do not mention using an external amplifer with the Russound Speaker Selector which you had connected to Zone 2. I am assuming you have it connected to the ZONE 2 speaker level output (channel 6 & 7). We usually recommend an external amplifier especially when you are connecting multiple pairs of speakers to zone 2. THe Russound aslo has a very effective internal Autoformer with selectable settings 1 to 12 pair of speakers. Unforturnetly the ATM 7 has virtually no protection. and you had already mention be unable to add impedance matching Volume Controls after the fact. Add to that your speakers are rated at 6 ohm versus 8 ohm which puts more of a strain on the system. The one possibility you might be able to add one of our High Current Amplifers like the AMP300 which would allow you to play two pair of speakers (three would be pushing it) at a time. You would connect the AMP to the Zone 2 Pre amp output. Please let me know what you think tim@osdaudio.com TL/4579
Vincent • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q Hi I would like to manage 2 paires of speakers from 2 different amplifiers (one from HiFi and one from Home Cinema) What kind of product can you propose? Thank you Vincent
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A HI Vincent: If you need to operate both amplifiers at once you will want to check out either our SSVC2 2 zone speaker selector with 2 internal Volume Controls or our DSM4 a 4 zone speaker selector both which feature independent source A or B switching per each zone. So you can play A on both pair of speakers or Source B on both sets of speakers. Plus you can play source A on one pair while listening to source B on on the second pair of speakers. The DSM4 will allow you to expand to 4 zones and add optional external volume controls for each pair of speakers for the best impedance matching protection. The DSM4 has internal protection but when enabled it cuts the power handling in half from 140 watts down to 70W. There is also the SSVC4 which is 4 zone , 2 source and includes four internal impedance matching volume controls. Good luck TL/4581
Dave • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q Does this unit color the sound at all? I need something transparent as I'm looking for something that I can use in a recording studio to switch between unpowered monitors. I don't want the speaker selector to change the sound of the amp/speaker combination in any way whatsoever. All are powered by a Yamaha P2075 amp. I don't plan on running more than one set of monitors at a time so impedance protection isn't an issue. Is there a way on the remote to make sure that I don't accidentally activate more than one set at a time? Thanks much!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A HI Dave: There is nothing in the signal path that would or should add any coloration. The fact it does not have any internal protection guarantees that. Not sure about the remote. The buttons are fairly close and do not have LED's on the remote to indicate what you have selected. Those LED's are on the box itself. The Yamaha appears to be a High current amplifier as well. The unit is rated at 400 watts. TL/4717
Pavel • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q Howdy, the unit does not have volume control, does that mean whatever the volume comes from the receive that is what gets passed through? Or this unit somehow "generates" (for a lack of a better term) its own level? Thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A Hi Pavel: This is a totally passive device like most speaker selectors that do not have internal volume controls. The volume levels are controlled by the input Receiver, Integrated Amplifier or Source through an independent amplifier. We recommend adding impedance matching Volume Controls if you are planning to connect multiple speakers and play more than two pair at a time. It does have a power supply but just to power the LED's and IR remote sensor. TL/4760