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Amp Driving Multiple Speakers

Discussion in 'AV Pre-Amp/Processors & Power Amps' started by hamd01, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. hamd01

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    Here is my setup;

    A server in the loft playing MP3s
    A 40w Amp which the server is connected to
    A pair of speakers in the kitchen, and a pair in the bathroom
    Wall mounted volume control in the kicthen and bathroom

    I have had this setup for 6 months or so, with just the kitchen connected, and everything is great! Im now wanting to connect up the speakers/volume control in the bathroom, and I guess I'm going to have two issues;

    Will the amp be powerfull enough to drive 2 pairs of speakers? And the amp only has one output, so how do I split that into multiples? I will probably connect six rooms in the long term.

    I have found a £54 device which splits the output to multiple speakers, but I guess this wont solve the power of the amp issue. What is the cheapest solution for me? Is it simply a case of getting a more powerful amp, if so...any cheap suggestions?

    Cheers
    David.
     

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