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IMO in a commercial setting all receptacles, switches, jacks & the like should be installed at what is called counter height (about 48" to the top of the box). This not only satisfies ADA laws, but it keeps it all above most furniture, in sight for quick inventory, easy access, easy repair and upgrades. The days of crawling under desks and counters to ...


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Your receiver has 2 sets of 2 channels, and same with the speaker selector. Each channel set of channels has a right and left channel. This means 2 sets of speakers. The selector allows you to send output to 8 channels in 4 sets of right and left channels, and the A/B buttons determine which of the inputs go to which set of output speakers. This means ...


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There are lots of ways to calculate the intended load, etc. However, the simplest thing to do is to buy a speaker splitter. Generally, they are specifically designed to combine multiple speakers in to the load expected by your amplifier. And the device you linked to is exactly that: "... and maintains load at 8 Ohms". Also, I have used that particular ...



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