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Bi-Wiring Yamaha RX-V530

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by kandiman, May 17, 2005.

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  1. kandiman

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    hey yall this is my first post, and i need help :)

    I have a Yamaha RX-V530 receiver and my main speakers have 4 binding posts ready for bi-wiring i DO NOT want to BI-AMP, i get the concept of it all now and wanted to know if my amp can take it?

    I'm ready to buy the speaker cable for it, but need that confirmation

    My main speakers are from pure acoustics and i do not want to blow them up

    Any help will be nice :)
     
  2. Dfour

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    :hiya: and welcome to the forums. :)

    I would disagree with you here and say you DO want to bi-amp but you cant anyway with your amp you can only bi-wire. I would say go ahead and biwire your speakers and see if you notice any difference with it. Some people do and some people dont.

    Bi-amping makes quite a difference with music and movies as it improves the bass responce from the front speakers (comonly only bi-amped) quite noticably and releases more power for the main amp to drive the remaining speakers.

    Have fun doing it and report back your feelings and observations when finnished :D
     

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