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May 4, 2010 9:36:28 PM

Hi guys - complete newbie here...
I really really need someone's help here...

My wife runs a beauty clinic with 4 rooms all of which have speaker cable running to a central point. She would like to play an iPod to all speakers simultaneously to play music throughout the day. So here is my conundrum...

What is the cheapest, most efficient way of achieving this?

I figured I could get a cheap amplifier with an ipod dock and 2 channel outputs, then connect the speaker wire together to run from them. Is there a better way? Any recommendations???

Thanks in advance

Greg
May 5, 2010 9:46:21 AM

A receiver, use zone A/B outputs simultaneously, and run quad mono.
May 11, 2010 6:30:50 PM

gregsilvester said:
Hi guys - complete newbie here...
I really really need someone's help here...

My wife runs a beauty clinic with 4 rooms all of which have speaker cable running to a central point. She would like to play an iPod to all speakers simultaneously to play music throughout the day. So here is my conundrum...

What is the cheapest, most efficient way of achieving this?

I figured I could get a cheap amplifier with an ipod dock and 2 channel outputs, then connect the speaker wire together to run from them. Is there a better way? Any recommendations???

Thanks in advance

Greg


You have already described the best way.
May 28, 2010 9:13:02 PM

gregsilvester said:
Hi guys - complete newbie here...
I really really need someone's help here...

My wife runs a beauty clinic with 4 rooms all of which have speaker cable running to a central point. She would like to play an iPod to all speakers simultaneously to play music throughout the day. So here is my conundrum...

What is the cheapest, most efficient way of achieving this?

I figured I could get a cheap amplifier with an ipod dock and 2 channel outputs, then connect the speaker wire together to run from them. Is there a better way? Any recommendations???

Thanks in advance

Greg


Hi Greg,

I have been on a website recently, which specialises in this sort of stuff. if you get a minute go to www.smartautomations.co.uk
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