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New To BiWire

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by TimHiFi, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. TimHiFi

    TimHiFi
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    I'm thinking of biwiring my front three speakers.

    Am I right in assuming that each biwire cable should have two connectors at the Amp end, and four connectors at the speaker end ?

    I have seen some set ups that have two connectors at the Amp, but just open ends at the other.

    Is this just a matter of choice, or cost ?
     
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    Yes, you could say that.

    You probably mean the A and B terminals at the amp. They were not intended for bi-wiring but rather for a 2nd pair of speakers (typically located in another room).
    However you can of course use them to bi-wire - that way you don't have to squezze two wires into one connection (see above).
     

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