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SKU: OSD-SSVC4 4-Zone 2-Source (Master A/B) Speaker Selector w/ 300W Volume Control, Impedance Protection - SSVC4


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    4-Zone 2-Source (Master A/B) Speaker Selector w/ 300W Volume Control, Impedance Protection - SSVC4

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The SSVC4 is low-profile table top volume controls with individual A/B input selectors for each listening zone. The SVC300, a 300 watt autoformer volume control is utilized in each SSVC for uncompromised sound quality and performance. The screw down terminals to 14 gauge cable. The SSVC's feature 16 gauge steel construction with our durable black wrinkle powder coating and gray silk-screening. Compatible with all high-power amps up to 300W, the front-mounted master A/B switch allows you to toggle between two audio sources; for instance, switch from music streamed from your tablet or receiver with just a push of a button. 

Features:
  • Dual source speaker selector that distributes audio from a high current amplifier to up to six pairs of speakers or six separate zones
  • Includes individual volume control knobs to raise or lower the volume of each listening zone
  • Front-mounted master A/B switch lets you turn sources either on or off
  • Play one pair, a combination of pairs, or all four pairs simultaneously and adjust the volume to suit each zone
  • Impedance protection allows a single amplifier to safely power several pairs of speakers
  • Autoformer-based operates more efficiently than resistor-based selectors
  • Compact table top design or fits inside cabinets and equipment racks
  • Four individual zone on/off slotted buttons for easy labeling
  • Removable input/output connectors provide hassle-free hook-up
  • Compatible with all high-current amplifiers up to 300W
  • Accepts up to 14-gauge speaker cable
  • High quality metal construction
Impedance-Matching Protection Safeguards Amplifiers
To help protect expensive audio equipment, this 4-zone high-power speaker selector includes impedance-matching frequency protection circuitry that reduces subsonic signals so you can safely drive multiple pairs of speakers without going below the amp's impedance ratings which can cause it to overheat or shut down.

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: 4 Zone Dual Source w/ Volume Control
  • # of Zones or Speaker Pairs: 4
  • Dual Source w/ Independent A/B Switch Per Zone
  • Impedance Protection: Yes
  • Speaker Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Impedance-matching Frequency Protection Circuitry
  • Maximum Operating Range: 300W
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • Input Source: Up to 2 Amplifiers or Receivers
  • Input/ Output Connector Type: Spring-loaded Guillotine-style Push Terminals
  • Wiring Requirement: Up to 14 Gauge Wire
  • Internal Jumper Settings: 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x
  • Autoformer-based Operates More Efficiently Than Transformer-based
  • Dimensions (L x H x D): 16.75" x 2.5" x 6.25"
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Warranty: 2 Years
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Vanessa • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM What size of receiver could I get away with? I have 3 sets of outdoor speakers that I want to connect. Do I need the 7.2 still, or can I get away with a smaller receiver?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Vanessa, Excellent question! If you are going to use the SSVC4 speaker selector, or any speaker selector for that matter, you should use a high powered amplifier that can handle that kind of load. Typically, a standard receiver is only built to handle a pair of 8ohm speakers on each channel. If you haven't purchased a selector yet, you can use the SW-RX5502 4 zone receiver. Now, you can only control A+B and C+D on and off, but not each individually. So, if you need to have individual control on each zone, go with the AMP200 and SSVC4. If you would like to further discuss this, feel free to contact us at 562-697-2600. Thanks! -BM 2234
Dwayne • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I am looking at a Onkyo TX-NR616 with 7.1. I would like to drive the SSVC4 from the multi zone 2 speaker outlet to 4 pairs of 8ohm speakers. One in the pool area, one on the front porch and 2 pairs in the kitchen/dining room. Not all 4 will be on at the same time, likely 2 maybe 3 sets at once. What would I set the impedance to inside?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Dwayne, Thank you for asking. First, I would like to suggest using a separate amplifier dedicated to the SSVC4, rather than running it off the home theater receiver. The reason being that most receivers can't handle more than an 8ohm load on the zone 2, and usually will advise against running a selector in the owner's manual. Contact Onkyo to make sure. If you can run it off the receiver, you should keep the impedance per all 4 zones at the default 1/2x setting. If you cannot run off the receiver, you can use our AMP200 to run to the SSVC4 at the same settings. Please feel free to call us for more details. 562-697-2600. Thanks! -BM 2235
DeMEritus • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I have a Yamaha RX-V390, and I wish to drive sound into two rooms - room One has a single set of speakers and room Two has two sets. Primarily, I want to achieve different volume levels in room One versus Two. I am confused by the wording of the RX-V390 manual...it describes front/center/rear capabilities rather than speakers A vs. B. Anyway, is the SSVC4 the right product to pair with this RX-V390 to achieve what I want?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Demeritus, Sorry for the delay. Typically you wouldn't want to run multiple zones off a home theater receiver. This receiver is intended to run a 5.1 surround sound where you have a center speaker, a front left and right speaker, and then a back left and right speaker. If it has the ability to run a zone 2, you would only want to run one pair of speakers on that one zone. If you want to do a 4 zone audio system for music listening, I would recommend getting a stereo receiver or amplifier that isn't for surround sound. Check out the RX5502 or the AMP200. The RX5502 is more affordable, has AM/FM tuning, and has 4 zones so you wouldn't need the SSVC4. The AMP200 would require the SSVC4 if you wanted separate volume control on each zone, but does have much more power and efficiency than the RX5502. Call me with questions. 562-697-2600. Thanks! -BM 2364
Ziggy • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I would like to find a speaker selector to power combinations of 4 and 8 ohm speakers using my NAD 218 THX 200W amp. Two questions: 1) Will these selectors handle 4 ohm loads in combination with other speakers if the amplifier is rated to drive 4 ohm loads? 2) It seems that the OSD speaker selectors (and many others) accept 14awg wires or smaller, is there a way to get get larger wires into them? Thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
1.) NO, you should never mix impedance. 4 and 8 ohm should be run through separate amplifiers. 2.) Not at this time as there is no benefit when running through a speaker selector box.
Ziggy • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I would like to find a speaker selector to power combinations of 4 and 8 ohm speakers using my NAD 218 THX 200W amp. Two questions: 1) Will these selectors handle 4 ohm loads in combination with other speakers if the amplifier is rated to drive 4 ohm loads? 2) It seems that the OSD speaker selectors (and many others) accept 14awg wires or smaller, is there a way to get get larger wires into them? Thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
I bought one of these things. The instruction manual says "you can mix 4, 6, 8, and 16 ohm speakers". No problems so far. I'm noticing some inconsistencies here. Dunno what that means exactly. The terminals actually aren't as tiny as they look, might be able to get 12gauge into them. Still lame. The first time somebody makes one of these speaker selectors with banana plugs, they're going to dominate the market.