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How to run outdoor speakers from my in house receiver

Hi,I have an older yamaha rx-v2090 receiver and want to run some out door speakers near my pool.How can I do this where only the speakers outdoors come on and not the whole system in the house and outdoors.thanks for your help,Tony.

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If you have a button for A and/or B speakers on the front of your unit, then use the A (or B) speaker connections for the inside speakers and B (or A) speaker connections for the outside speakers. Then of course you just select either A or B depending on where you want the sound to come out. If you select A and B then it will come out at both locations. If you don't have A/B speaker selection available on the unit, then you will need a speaker select switch (from Radio Shack) or else wire up a four pole double throw toggle switch to do the job.

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