Bi Wire with an Denon 2805

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  1. Loxor

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    Can I biwire my front speakers...Wharledale evo 30's with the denon 2805? The manual doesnt say anything about biwire apart from how to connect two sets of front speakers. There are two sets of speaker bindng posts labled A and B. Anyone using the amp to biwaire..if so how?? I dont want to try and biwire using the A and B connections if its going to blow something. Is it a thing that I need a seperate power amp?

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    As long as your speakers are bi-wireable, then you can go ahead and bi-wire them using the A and B speaker binding posts. For consistency, you can use A to drive the low-frequency signals on both speakers, and B to drive the high-frequency signals.

    Personally, I doubt that you'll notice much of a difference in sound quality as long as you're using good quality speaker cables. But no harm in trying!

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