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Niles SSVC-4

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by chicks, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. chicks

    chicks Lunatic Member

    The Big Valley, CA
    Picked up a Niles SSVC-4 the other day. Was wondering what makes it so heavy. Autoformers, two (L/R) per each of four outputs. Switches vs L-Pads. This ain't yer Rat Shack speaker selector.



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  2. Bostown

    Bostown Low End Audio Enthusiast! Subscriber

    Boston MA.
    I offered the 6 spaeker version in Barter Town for months, no one was into it. Eventually found a local who appreciated the sub market value , build quality, functionality and flexibility it allowed. :) i only gave it up because i have a russound unit that allows two amps and 6 speakers with volume control. still wy more than i need, but better too much than too little.

    Agreed . That niles unit is a tank.
  3. 1tumbleweed

    1tumbleweed Kozmik Kowboy Subscriber

    Colorado Front Range
    You answered your own question. Pretty good amount of iron in those autoformers, along with a lot of copper wire. Good solid switches too, and a thicker-than-usual PC board. Niles, Russound and SpeakerCraft make good stuff.
  4. mr.jones

    mr.jones AK Subscriber Subscriber

    Flagstaff, AZ
    I use an Niles SVC-2 at my office and really like it. It is a heavy for it's size.
  5. EyeGee

    EyeGee Big Ears Subscriber

    Northern California
    Using a Niles SSVC-4 with my MAC 4100. Running 3 pair of speakers all from the MAC's "A" speaker output. I use the Niles' volume adjustment as needed. Only problem is, I would like to vary the balance on one pair of speakers. Any ideas?

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