I'm hoping someone can identify this problem I'm having with my newly wired up speakers... I have a pair of Mordant Short floor standing speakers, each with RF & HF inputs. I have bi-wired these up to my Cambridge Audio amplifier and all seemed well, but when I changed the balance on the amp to check each speaker individually, I noticed that one speaker sounds much 'warmer' with much more bass than the other one, which sounds 'tinny' in comparison. I have no idea what is causing this... I have tried switching speakers and it's the same problem but with the other speaker - so the speakers are fine. I tried using some new pieces of speaker wire but the sound problem is still there! Now either I've: a) Made a stupid mistake wiring it up to the amp. Do the RF & HF connections on the speakers have to go to specific connectors on the amp? As the amp doesn't have RF & HF connectors - just standard bi-wire terminals. I have connected speaker wire from the RF termals to one of the outputs on the amp, and speaker wire from the HF terminal to the other remaining output on the amp (for the left side). If I wasn't bi-wiring, which of the terminals on the speaker would I use to wire up to my amp, RF or HF? OR b) This huge difference in sound quality on one speaker is due to the length of speaker wire being 2m longer than the other, at a total length of around 14m. I really hope someone can help/advise... MANY thanks in advance!