Question about NAD C372 Amplifier
I want to run 2 sets of speakers from my NAD372 - one set at the front, one at the rear. However, I want to be able to regulate the volume of the rear set independently of the front set. Both sets are rated at 8ohms impdance. Is it safe to install an external volume control between the rear speakers and the amp? The model I have in mind is the BT934 volume control, but I am concerned that its introduction into the circuit will unbalance the speaker impedance. Can you please advise me how to proceed?
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It has two clearly labeled inputs and TWO corresponding speaker outputs.
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