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We want to hook up eight speakers in eight differnet rooms (one speaker per room with individual volume control) and hook them up with yamaha RX-V1800 receiver so that we can play all the speakers in stereo sound and hear all the sound frequency from each speaker and control the volume with their individual volume control. pls suggest how can we hookup these speakers with the yamaha receiver

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  • khanfaisalv Jan 04, 2009

    the receiver model is yamaha rxv1800; the speakers are 8ohm impedance, the speaker is two cables of 22 guage combined together; the volume control is 15watts with 8ohm impedance.

  • khanfaisalv Jan 04, 2009

    the speaker in each is going to be heard at the normal listening level, it wont be extremely loud. the volume control as per our installer is the one with the transformer. the system will be running for upto 10 to 12 hrs. yes some speakers might be turned off but i would like this setup to configured for the 8 speakers to be working simultaneously. Well we are good with mono so pls let us know what can we do

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    HI


    There are a few issues that you may encounter trying to do this,mostly to do with looking after the amp.... not overloading it. It can be done, but there are some things that I need to talk to you about first. 


    1. how loud may the speaker in each room be required to go.

    2. You say 15 watt 8 ohm vol  control. Is it a resistive wirewound type

    3. what periods of use do you intend to run the system in the 8 speaker configuration. 

    4. Will some of the speakers required to be turned off at times.

    5. Are you still seeking stereo in each room. 
    If you are able to answer these questions, we can come up with a solution for you. 


    regards
    robotek

  • Dick
    Dick May 11, 2010

    Stereo sound requires two speakers per room, a left channel and a right channel. You can combine the two channels into one channel and play both channels through one speaker per room, but it is no longer stereo, it's mono.

    All you need to do is hook wires up to the front left and front right speaker connections on the receiver. Connect your left front red wire and your right front red wire together, then your left front black wire and your right front black wire together. Leave enough wire so you can splice eight pairs of wire onto the wires coming from the receiver. Each room will have one pair of wires going to it, one black one red. Place the speaker in the room and connect one wire to the black terminal and one to the red terminal. That's it.


  • Sean Johnson
    Sean Johnson May 11, 2010

    Need to know reciver model information.  Speaker model information.  Volume controller information.  Last but not least Gauge and impedance of the wire you will be using.  

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I have 2 peavey pvxp15 amp speakers. I have a Yamaha rxv650 av receiver. I can not get the receiver to control the volume. If I hook my iPhone to the receiver the phone volume will control the speaker volume . What am I doing wrong?

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Just put "speaker slector" in their search engine.

If youre going to 8 other rooms..you might try a couple of wireless speaker systems too. They work in stereo and ....no wires

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