I have two speakers outputs on my old technics SU V560 amp that I used for years to drive wharfedale E20 speakers that I use in the living room.
The amp has two stereo outputs, selectable from buttons on the front.
Recently I was given a set of Kef Model 104 AB speakers which sound nicer than the wharfedales so I use the Keff in the living room and the wharfedales in the dining room.
Both sets of speakers are 8 ohm impedance but the wharfedales are much, much louder than the Kefs. So much so that if I set the volume for the wharfedales then the Kefs are very quiet.
There is only one volume control, so I can't change the volume of each speaker set individually. Both sets of speakers have exactly the same type of speaker cable, all cable are the same length. How do I reduce the volume of the wharfedales?
I've tried switching the outputs around but this hasn't made any difference. I also bought several 2 ohm 50w resistors in the hope that putting them in series with the wharfedales would quieten them down but they didn't - even linking them in series to a total of 10 ohms seemed to have no effect.
Any ideas out there?