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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by rdt123, Jan 12, 2003.

  1. rdt123

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    Hello

    My wharfedale diamond 8 speakers are biwirable. My yamaha v630rds has terminals for two sets of mains A + B.

    Is it possible to biwire these speakers from these terminals and if so is there any point?

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  2. bob007

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    You can Bi-wire using these terminals.

    TBO there's little point, you would be better of replacing the jumper bars with some good quality speaker cable.
     
  3. paiger

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    Isn't this bi-amping? I though bi-wiring was connecting each output on the amp to seperate cones using 2 cables. So you would connect the red L main with two cables, one to each red connector on the speaker.

    Innit?

    S
     
  4. bob007

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    The Yamaha has A+B for the mains, so you can connect the LF to "A" and the HF to "B", select A and B on the front of the amp and you have Bi-wired the said speakers. ;)
     

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