A speaker selector is a device that splits the audio signal coming from your receiver or amplifier and sends that same audio signal to two or more sets of speakers. A speaker selector is usually a passive device that uses the amplification power from your receiver or power amplifier to power connected speaker pairs. Most speaker selectors will allow you to connect between two and six sets of speakers.
The Niles SSVC-6 speaker selector allows you to connect up to six pairs of speakers and independently control the volume of each pair
After answering the above questions, it's a matter of making your purchases and picking up the appropriate amount of cable to wire everything together. Choosing the best speaker selection switch can turn your home theater into a whole home audio system—or at least get you into the game. From there you can decide how you want to improve the way your system works and even choose whether you want a more sophisticated control system to give you additional flexibility in creating an environment where you can send audio anywhere you want it and at whatever levels you desire.