How to add more speakers on my 'older' stereo??

gavcooke2712

Standard Member
Hi all, Im hoping you guys can help!

I have an old Technics SC-EH750 and would like to run an extra pair of speakers from it out to the garden.

I really have no clue where to start from what I have read as am a bit of a technical dunce! :confused:
I havent chosen any speakers for the garden as wanted to know what I could run from it if anything?!?
Ive found a user manual online for the stereo located here...

http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q...5fx03v&sig=AHIEtbT0juTRXnqfMO0pSNr6_jvdgTtPZQ

On page 49 it seems to mention that the speakers run at 6 ohms as does the sound processor......if thats the info I should work from.
So basically I need to know what type of speakers I could run from my stereo and how would I connect them if possible????

Thanks in advance for your help!!
 

formbypc

Novice Member
I think we need to sign in to view that document..... and you probably don't want to share your sign-in details...
 

BlueWizard

Distinguished Member
I looks like it has speaker terminals for four speakers, so as long as the speaker are all 8 ohms, it shouldn't be a problem.

Steve/bluewizard
 

gavcooke2712

Standard Member
There are 8 terminals for the front speakers but each speaker has 4 connections from them if that makes sense? So although it looks like there's ample room to add more all 8 of those terminals are in use.
Or have you seen another place to connect them?
 

BlueWizard

Distinguished Member
I looks like it has speaker terminals for four speakers, so as long as the speaker are all 8 ohms, it shouldn't be a problem.

Steve/bluewizard
 

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