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I have an old Fisher Integrated stereo amp, the model isn't labeled on it though. It has 5 stereo rca inputs, for corresponding channels selectable on the front panel. On the rear, there are 8 outputs for speaker wire; for 4 speakers; 2 for set A, 2 for set B. On the front panel, there's a 1/4" headphone out port.

I was wondering if it's at all possible to connect more speakers?

EDIT: I was thinking I could maybe plug something like this into the headphone out port and use a 3.5mm splitter for each speaker I want to add; hoping that the wire carries enough power.
http://www.westcoastmall.net/spw10px-speaker-wire-with-35mm-plug-pi-5010.html

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Well this thing is about 30 years old now; my father had it since he came to America.
And yes, I was looking to have it set up to more rooms. Is there any modern system with a line in and rca input that will allow me to spread my music throughout 4 rooms, with at least 2 speakers per room?

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