Hi all, I was round my mates yesterday and he was demonstrating what his system sounded like when the power amp powering (what he thought) the bass driver was turned off. What it was actually powering was the bass AND mid drivers, with the other power amp powering just the tweeters. Which I thinks a bit odd??? In a speaker with bass/mid/tweeters thats bi-wirable, is it normal to have the bass by itself and the mid & tweeters connected to the other bi- terminals, or the bass/mid connected together and the tweeter by itself? (these were TDL speakers) I've got tri-wirable speakers and have always connected mid & tweeter, my reasoning being that the bass unit has to move a lot more air, and move it further, hence requiring a lot more current to drive it, so putting that on its own amp will decrease interference between amps the best.