Volume Control 3 ohm impedance 70 watt Speakers with 3-4 ohm receiver

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I have two wired speakers that are 70 watt with an impedance of 3 ohms with a receiver of 3-4 ohm speaker output. I am trying to control the volume of the rear individual speakers to balance the sound output between the speakers. They cannot be placed an equal distance from the middle of the room.
Therefore one speaker is much louder than the other speaker while in surround sound.

Any suggestions for a volume control that can be wired between the speaker and receiver?

Thank you for your help!
 
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SPK8-S LG which is wireless receiver that connects WIFI to LG sound bar SKY10.

I can control the volume of both speakers only.
 

jay32267

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I don't see the problem.

Although I'll say that putting something "in line" to control the volume may be a little tricky because it's going to have to do two things as I see it.

It's going to have to dissipate heat and it's also going to have to have an impedance that doesn't throw the whole total impedance out of spec with respect to the amp.

I don't see this happening easily.
 
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The speakers cannot be controlled individually left or right to balance sound when one speaker is farther away.

 
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