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Speakers is there a way of splitting my speakers i have six two in each room would like to switch four off have two working or the other way about or all working speakers are four pioneer CS 997 and two dovedale3 my amp is pioneer A445

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You have A and B output on your amp.For example you can connect two speakers on A and four on B but first check impedance of the speaker.Use four pioneers but make serial connection (+ wire of one speaker goes to +Rout,-of that speaker goes to + of another one and then its - to -Rout of the amp.Same thing for left channel.Thats for B output.For A simply connect speakers.By choosing A or B ON or OFF you'll get two or four speakers working.If A and B is ON all six will work.I hope that this will help you

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