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I am using this amp for an intercom system. I have 24 speakers hooked up in a train fashion but I am unsure on the back of the amp where my black and white speaker wire should go, can you help me? I have everything else hooked up correctly. Dave

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    Scott Frye Oct 04, 2010

    Do you mean "series" connections when you say train?
    And, are they 8 ohm , 4 ohm or line-driven speakers?

    Thanks

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Hi,

It's depending on which speakers you are using. If you're using 100Volt speakers you can connect them on ch.1 between 0 and 100 volt. Then you are using only ch.1.

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Gerard

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