Denon 3802 & Outdoor Speakers

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  1. DodgeTheViper

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    Hi All,

    I am currently overhauling my garden, and had an interesting thought of fitting outdoor speakers !!!

    I have the Denon 3802 and because of space restrictions, i am not using the extra surrounds so, the multi-room function is available.
    Because of the size of the garden i thought 4 speakers would be better. Could i connect 2 pairs of speakers to the Amp terminals without any damage?
    Could anybody also recommend any outdoor speakers worth considering, and where to get them? Without costing a fortune.

    Again because of the size of garden, cabling needs consideration.
    One run of cable could measure 60' or so, so price is a factor, say £1 - £1.50 per metre, any suggestions, given the length of run?


    Any help appreciated.
    Kev
     
  2. DodgeTheViper

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    Surely there must be someone who can offer something !!!



    Kev
     
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    Four speakers ? No problem but I'd recommend you connect in series to reduce the amp huffing and puffing too much and to give a whacky phasey, matrix effect outside.

    Mike.
     
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    Try your local City Electrical Factors for your cabling. They are half the price than you local DIY suppliers.
     

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