Question about Pioneer VSX-9300TX 7.1 Channels Receiver
We have a large house with five speaker locations. 1 pair in living rm. with sub - all in ceiling. The other four locations are in-wall, two of which have subs in wall as well. The other two pairs are in bathroom and patio. Is this amp dedicated? If so, it may handle all locations - if not, I don't know. There are FOUR 4-gang wires coming out of wall and feeding the five locations. That is, 16 single wires or eight pair. I've tested each 4-gang on the amp to ascertain each location that it feeds and labeled each.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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