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9
APPLICATION S AN D SYSTEM DESIGN CONSIDERATION S
Creating a Low-Cost Second Zone
Using A Dedicated Source
The biggest problem in a single zone system is that when the TV is in use in one
room, you cannot listen to music in another room. For a listener who only listens
to CD’s it is possible to create a low-cost second zone, allowing simultaneous CD
listening while the rest of the system plays the TV (or any source). This is possible
with the advent of CD players which have two audio outputs; one variable and
controlled via remote control and one which is fixed. You connect the variable
output of the CD player to the SI-1230 channels for a particular room where you
are willing to listen only to CD’s. The fixed outputs remain connected to the main
preamp or receiver so that you can listen to CD’s in the rest of the house. The
crowning touch is a Niles remote control repeater system so that you can raise and
lower the CD player’s volume from your CD listening room.
AM/FM TUNER TAPE PLAYER CD PLAYER
AMPLIFIER
OR RECEIVER
ZONE 1 ZONE 2
AUDIO
SPLITTER
SI-1230
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