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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

Doug Kirwan • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q Hi- Does the remote work through walls?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A Hi Doug: The remote is an IR based remote versus RF (Radio Frequency). There is an IR Sensor on the faceplate of the ATM7. The Sensor needs to see the Remote control when you are pushing buttons to issue a command. (know as "Line of Sight"). You can add an IR Receiver Kit where you are adding a receiver that can be wired to another room and operate the IR remote control through (hard wired) a remote IR Receiver sensor. We sell the IR Remote kits as well. TL/5307
Nabil Abdalla • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q Hi, We have a nine-zone system set up in our home, each zone having one pair of in-ceiling speakers. Each room has a volume control knob for its pair of speakers. The speakers are rated to 40W (RMS) 60W(Max), and 8 ohms. Currently, we have a Denon DRA 685 amplifier and two Russound SS-6 selectors. When we run two or more pairs of the speakers (one speaker set upstairs and one on the main level) at the same time, the amplifier switches to a protection mode, which I assume is an overload protection mechanism. We would like to switch to a speaker selector with remote control, just for the added convenience, but thought we should also look into upgrading the amplifier to run multiple pairs of speakers at the same time without having the amplifier switch off. We welcome suggestions for an amplifier and speaker selector. Regarding the amplifier, we would like an amplifier that has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi compatibility, again, just for the added convenience.
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A Hi Nabil: The first question, are your nine Volume Controls (one per each set of speakers) all Impedance Matching Volume Controls. And if so what are the settings for each Volume Control. Let us assume you have six pair of speakers on one of the Russound Speaker Selectors and three pairs on the second Speaker Selector. Technically all the Volume Controls connected to the first Speaker Selector all should have an impedance setting of 8X. The other three wired to the second Speaker Selector should be 4X at a minimum or also 8X worse case. Again I am assuming you have one Speaker Selector connected to Speaker A output and the other wired to Speaker B. Now here is a big question, on the Russound Speaker Selectors there is a switch on the top right corner of the back panel labeled Impedance and there are two choices; Bypass and In. The switch should on Bypass for both Speaker Selector boxes. There should only be one solution for Impedance Matching in your setup. That is the proper way to set it up for your application (based upon your Volume Controls being Impedance Matching). The Denon should have no problem powering one, two, three or even all the speakers at once with the proper setup. The ATM7 will work but only if you have Impedance Matching Volume Controls since there is no internal protection circuitry. Lets first determine if you have the proper setup then decide if you want to replace one of the Russound Selectors with an ATM7. Please contact me and let me know if this information has been helpful. If so we can then discuss your other question regarding Bluetooth and WiFi. TL/5423
Norm Erxleben • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Q My inquiry is very simple but I need assurances I can accomplish what I think i can. I want to run 2 sets of speakers (not at the same time) the first set are simple KEF LS50's with a single pair of binding posts. The second pair of speakers KEF Q750's with 2 pair of binding posts. My amp is the Audiolab 8300A which has 2 pair output binding terminals per channel ( 8 in total ) Can I bi-wire my second set of speakers through this device?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
A Hi Norm: I looked at both the KEF LS50 with a single pair of binding posts. The latest KEF Q750 also features a single pair of binding posts. You might have an older version with dual binding posts. Note, the ATM7 features two inputs, to seven outputs or seven inputs to two outputs. The problem is the two inputs/outputs are Zone A or Zone B. Either one or the other both not both together. You could connect the AudioLab to Zone A (from Speaker A) and wire the KEF LS50 to Zone 1 and then KEF Q750 to Zone 2 to the first set of binding posts and the Zone 3 connected to the second set of Binding Posts. That would allow you to BiWire the KEF Q750. That would still be dual mono from the AudioLab 8300A. To Bi-wire the KEF Q750 you need to enable the Mult Zone button (which applies to the seven outputs only). I hope that helps TL/5473