Hi Guys, I've been upgrading my system for a while now with better speakers etc. I've moved to a nice set of Mission 754 Freedoms for fronts and 752 Freedoms for my rears + other missions for the remaining center, back and additional surrounds. I have read quite a bit and been advised by people that I would see a noticeable improvement by bi-amping the setup. I will say that most of my budget has been spent on the speakers and looking at 7.1 amps that are capable of bi-amping on fronts alone (I would like to bi-amp the rears too) the prices are extortionate. That too is said of the mono block options. So I'm trying to find a cheap way of getting the ability to bi-amp my whole setup and had the following idea. Can anyone advise whether this is okay to do? Are there any problems that could arise that I've not thought of? I currently use a Denon AVR3802 that I've been very happy with and with the power capability. I can pick these up from £80 - £150 so I am thinking... If I bought a second 3802, could I use the optical out to daisy-chain the signal to the second amp. Then attach the high end terminals on my speakers to one and the low end to another? As they would be the same amp the one remote should turn them up and down together? Also I could fine tune the balance between bass and treble a little better. Only problem I could imagine is that there may be a delay in the signal from one amp to another. But possible solution could be to adjust speaker distances to alter timings between the two? Any tech opinions would be appreciated before I spend on trying this out, Thanks.