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Introduction
The HPS series allows you to connect multiple pairs of speak-
ers to your stereo receiver or amplifier and play any one pair,
any combination of pairs, or all pairs at once. You don't have
to worry about overloading your amplifier. The HPS-4 and
HPS-6 have a protection circuit that keeps your amplifier run-
ning safely, even if you have all pairs of speakers playing at
the same time.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction 1
Features and
Benefits 2
Installation
Considerations 3
Installation 5
Operation 6
Specifications 14
HPS-4/
HPS-6
High Power
Speaker Selector
System
H
IGH
P
OWER
S
PEAKER
S
ELECTION
S
YSTEM
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H
IGH
P
OWER
S
PEAKER
S
ELECTION
S
YSTEM
Balancing Speaker Volume
The volume control on your receiver or amplifier serves as
the “master” volume for all speaker pairs connected.
The volume level of the speakers may vary from room to
room. This is caused by several factors. Two lesser factors are
the size of the speaker and its efficiency. The largest factor is
the physical size of the room.
The best way to balance speaker volume is to equip each of
the speaker pairs in your system with a Niles volume control.
The controls allow you to adjust the volume of each speaker
pair individually. If all the speaker pairs in your system are
equipped with Niles volume controls, you can leave the
amplifier or receiver volume set at one position and use the
Niles controls exclusively.
SPECIFICATIONS
Audio Power
Handling
250 watts/channel
continuous music
power
Frequency Response
+0 dB, -0 dB (flat) from
20 Hz to 20 kHz
Mounting
Table-Top component
Wiring
Requirements
Individual runs of
2-conductor speaker
wire. Connectors
accommodate wire
sizes 14-22 gauge (16
gauge recommended)
Overall Dimensions
17" wide x 2" high x
8-3/4" deep
Weight
4-1/2 lb.
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