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A 4-zone matrix amplifier is a device used to distribute audio signals to different zones or areas within a building or home. It is commonly used in commercial and residential settings to provide a centralized audio distribution system.

The 4-zone matrix amplifier typically has four output channels, each of which can be connected to a separate speaker or group of speakers in a specific area. The matrix function allows any input source, such as a CD player or streaming device, to be routed to any or all of the four output zones, with the ability to control the volume and other settings independently in each zone.

Some advanced 4-zone matrix amplifiers may also offer additional features such as built-in digital signal processing, EQ, and wireless connectivity for streaming music from smartphones or other mobile devices. They can be a cost-effective solution for distributing audio throughout a building or home with multiple zones.