Pyle Pro In-Wall Dual Channel Stereo Volume Control

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Pyle Pro In-Wall Dual Channel Stereo Volume Control
Key Features
  • Control Two Speakers
  • 120W Load Handling Power
  • Control Two Stereo Channels (A and B)
  • Standard & Decora-Style Wall Plates
Control the volume of your home speakers with the In-Wall Dual Channel Stereo Volume Control from Pyle Pro. The control features two knobs and installs in a junction box in the wall, like a light switch. Once installed, you'll benefit from having control over a maximum of two speakers with the two independent rotary faders. To best match your decor, both a standard and Decora-style wall plate are included.
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Pyle Pro PVCD15 Overview

Control the volume of your home speakers with the In-Wall Dual Channel Stereo Volume Control from Pyle Pro. The control features two knobs and installs in a junction box in the wall, like a light switch. Once installed, you'll benefit from having control over a maximum of two speakers with the two independent rotary faders. To best match your decor, both a standard and Decora-style wall plate are included.

Control up to two speakers
120W load handling power
Independently control two separate stereo channels (A and B)
The clicking volume knob allows you to easily adjust sound
Attractive standard and Decora-style wall plates are included
UPC: 068889016567

Pyle Pro PVCD15 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.8 x 3.3 x 3.1"
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WHAT INPUT FROM AMP AND OUTPUT TO SPEAKERS?
Asked by: Anonymous
It uses speaker wire. The volume control interrupts the regular wiring.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Most wall volume controls I see are for 70v ...

Most wall volume controls I see are for 70v speaker systems. Is this safe to use with a standard power amp and PA speakers?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, it is safe to use.
Answered by: Pyle
Date published: 2021-03-22
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