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Speaker produces sound even when the zone is off

I hooked up a dual coil pyle pwrc82 as my third zone on a four zone tuner and whenever any of the zones are on the speaker produces music at a lower volume. Ibelieve it is hooked up correctly and no wires touching for a jump to occur. Any suggestions

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Since the Pyle speaker is a 4 ohm device, it's likely that when you have other zones on, the change in the impedance will affect the volume. Check to see what impedance your other speakers are (standard is usually 8 ohm), and if your tuner has impedance matching for your zones. If it does not, that's most likely your issue. You could get an impedance matching transformer at Radio Shack to resolve this issue. Please rate my solution, thanks.

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