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Speakercraft MZC66 Multi-Room AV Controller

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Speakercraft MZC66 Multi-Room AV Controller

The Speakercraft MZC 66 is loaded with technical advancements that make the system both dynamic and flexible. With 12 of digital amplification, depending on the model, a single unit can power up to eight stereo zones or areas of the home with no need for additional amplifiers. Should a zone require more power, the unit offers a separate pre-amp output for each zone. This output can be either fixed or variable allowing the level to be adjusted from the keypad in that zone.

It is possible to control the system entirely from a hand-held remote. If you want to avoid having any type of keypad on the wall, a small infrared receiver can be discreetly installed and the remote will act as a “virtual" keypad. Doorbell and telephone triggers can be programmed to mute the system when the phone rings or someone is at the door. The audio then resumes after a pre-programmed time has elapsed. A video signal from a door camera can even be routed to the televisions throughout the home and the picture-in-picture function will let you see who is at the door without missing a moment of your movie.

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Speakercraft MZC66

Specifications

30 Watts per Channel x 12 Channels (6 Stereo Zones)
UL, CE & C-Tick Certified
4 Ohm Stable per Channel
Telephone and Doorbell Mute Capabilities
Can be Programmed with Discrete Power On/Off and
other IR Codes for Any Component
Zone Expansion Capable
Includes IRE-3T IR Tester (Clear Head Talk-Back Emitter)
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 133 mm x 432 mm x 368 mm
Weight: 23 lbs. (10.4 kg)

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