1) Do I wire up each pair on each side of the yard individually (meaning they are each running off their own dedicated wire connected to the AMP)? Or do I wire the two on the right as a parallel wiring and the two on the left as a parallel wiring? Or does it really matter?
1) I was also thinking about having some type of speaker selector so I can turn off some of the speakers as needed. This would be great if I am in the hottub and only want the one speaker by the hottub on so the entire backyard isn't playing at the same time. I don't necessarily need any other type of volume control, other that through the SONOS app. I want to make sure whatever speaker selector I purchase will not diminish the sound and quality of the speakers that are running through it. When I read about ohms , watts, etc I get tired head. I don't want to buy something that may not properly work so I would love some advice on one that would work well to just be able to turn off any of the 4 speakers at any time by pressing a button, and not losing any sound quality. Thank You so much for the help!!!
Best answer by Chris
PS.... since running 4 speakers I would really recommend not getting the Connect:Amp but instead the more powerful new Sonos Amp. I have 2 TIG GS3 outside powered by a Sonos Amp and sounds great - 4 should sound great as well.
Another beneifit of Sonos Amp for outdoor is to set the new Sonos Amp into mono mode (not a legit right and left as position outdoor). Theoretically then if you wanted to only play 2 of the 4 speakers you could adjust right/left balance to turn on off 2 speakers I would assume.