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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by mongo, Jul 20, 2001.

  1. mongo

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    I HAVE A E-07 AMP AND SPEAKERS I CAN BI WIRE CAN I DO THIS WITH THIS AMP ?>

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  2. Reiner

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    YES.
     
  3. KAO

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    Mongo, yes you can. I have an E07 and I biwire my Infinity speakers from it. The only difficulty is getting the double thickness of cable into the terminals.
     
  4. mongo

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    I NO WOT YOU MEAN TOO DAM CLOSE DID YOU SEE A DIFFERANCE IN SOUND ALSO WOT IMPENDANCE ARE YOUR SPEAKERS??

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  5. KAO

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    Mongo. I have Infinity Kappa 90 floorstanders which I think (I don't have them with me!) are nominally 6ohm impedance.
    I did hear a difference...I thought the sound was a little tighter and more coherent. Difficult to explain, but try it...it's not too expensive to give it a go and you might be surprised.
     

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