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Quote from LunchboxBen
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What about using a speaker selector? And volume adjusting controls by the lights, or with the speaker selector? We did this with a Monster speaker selector when I worked for Vann's. Put them in million dollar houses that didn't want to spend big bucks on the audio or for people with Ozzy's technological difficulties and wanted something basic.

Our standard in-wall speakers were Sonance, Bose for outdoor.

Edit: Not available on Amazon, here's a similar item.
Monoprice 4-Channel Speaker Selector - Black Up to 140W Per Ch. Distribute Speakers, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DIGD...aDb8S351NB
That definitely is a solution...but not a great one for me as it would be a manual button switch to select the zone. My amp is out of sight and i would not have a great place to have to put a physical button to switch zones.
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