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Hi,

I have done some basic 7.1 Home Theater setups before... Trying to do a multi-room speaker system for one of my friend... I was planning to do it using a Monoprice 108232 4-Channel A/B Speaker Selector with Volume Control, which will give them control over individual speaker pairs. Came across the In-Wall Impedance Matching Volume controllers and wondering what additional control it gives over the former one… one obvious reason I can understand is that it can be placed on individual rooms and can be used to control volume without reaching the main controller.

I might have got the basics wrong, so do correct me if I need the impedance matching volume controller by default for a multi-room speaker setup.

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Being able to control the level in each room is much more convenient, and if you use impedance matching controls there is no need for the switcher.
 
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