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Connecting KEF speakers with QED Bi-Wire Original MK2...please help?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Hades, Feb 17, 2002.

  1. Hades

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    Hi there,

    Please can anyone advise me on how to do this correctly.

    The QED Bi-Wire Original MK2 has the outer conductors as positive and inners as negative. The connections on the back of my Kef Q15.2 and Q55.2 are as follows:

    LF- HF- HF+ LF+

    The connections on the back of the Q9C are as follows:

    HF- HF+
    LF- LF+

    I know on the Gale speaker wire it is marked telling you which goes into which, but the QED only states that outer is positive and inner is negative. So does this mean I wire any into any as long as I am matching the positive to positive etc? Or looking at the cable with writing to me, does the top positive go to ? and then the next one to ? and so on....

    Any one with speakers bi-wired with this cable would be a big help.

    Many thanks in advance,

    Gary...
     

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