About Speaker Switches
Here you’ll find a range of speaker selector switches to control multiple speakers.
These are most commonly used to distribute ceiling speakers around your home, they can also be used to tackle larger areas such as an open plan kitchen & dining room that would need three pairs of speakers.
Typically you can only connect up to two pairs to most stereo amplifiers, so having more than this can either become expensive with multiple WiFi amplifiers required, or you’d need multiple amplifiers and then struggle to play all the speakers together.
With a speaker selector switch you can connect one amplifier safely to up to 8 pairs of speakers with a protected speaker switch.
Bear in mind that the power from your amplifier will be distributed across all of those speakers, so the output volume will be reduced depending on how many speakers you have.
Speaker selector switches can also be paired with speaker volume controls to add further control over your speakers. We have a few speaker distribution packages that have everything you need to get up and running.
You’ll also find in wall A/B speaker selector switches, these are very popular in kitchen & dining rooms or bedroom & en-suites where you can opt to have both areas playing music or just one. They are a great way of expanding your home audio system without breaking the bank.