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System Design Basics–Assigning Rooms to Zones
You define a multi-room music system by how many listening zones it has.
Within a listening zone you can only listen to one source (CD, radio, tape, etc.)
at a time. A zone can consist of just one room or a group of rooms. To achieve
different volumes and greater convenience in different rooms within a zone, indi-
vidual volume controls can be used. Niles makes volume controls in various
styles and colors. Consult your local Niles dealer for more information.
When designing your system, take into account who will use the system and when
they will use it. For example, a family might wire their family room for surround
sound and their living room for background music.
APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEM DESIGN CON SIDERATIONS
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5 System Design Basics—Assigning Rooms
to Zones.
6 Advantages of using the SI-1230 in a Single
Zone System
7 Using Level Controls as Limiters
7 Bridging Channels for Areas That Require
More Volume and Power
8 Using Mono for Smoother Coverage
8 Adding More Than Two Surround
Sound Speakers
9 Creating a Low-Cost Second Zone Using
a Dedicated Source
10 Adding Preamps to Create More Listening
Zones
11 Surround Sound in Two Rooms
CD PLAYER
RECEIVER
TAPE PLAYER VCR
RECEIVER
FAMILY ROOM LIVING ROOM
LISTENING ZONE 1 LISTENING ZONE 2
TV
A Multi-Zone System
allows different sources
to be heard in each of
the zones, simultane-
ously.
APPLICATIO NS AND SYSTEM DESIGN
CONSID ERATIONS
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