Single V Biwired speaker cables Identical measurement HFN. Very interesting results - Ive quickly scrambled through the article by Keith Howard but in essence measure response from 2 loudspeakers (B+W 1NTs & 805) is identical with single or biwired cables. Yet he still goes on to refure that there is a difference as he has heard one : "Personal experience convinces me that bi-wiring can and often does improve speaker sound quality, and there must be a measurable reason for this. But even 20 years on, that reason and the measurement which validates it both remain elusive." I like the irony of all the measurements showing that the speakers output was indetical in each case, that still good old "well Ive heard differences" was wheeled out. Anyway an interesting set of results to wheel out the next time a biwire debate kicks off. Even after testing those 2 speakers and finding identical sonic spectrums via measurement from single & biwired cable setups. Even then the scribe goes on to say he has heard differences over 20 years, so the results are of no consqequence as he has heard different (a bit like seeing a fairy at the bottom of a garden, then doing a scientific test to prove existence of said fairy ie recording equipment et al), he is burying his head in the sand and reverting to his beliefs of what he has heard in the last 20 years. Now the results are of no surprise to me personally but the fact is that the chap has taken the time to actually measure the output of both speakers with single/biwre in a scientific and controlled manner, these results show no difference between cable types, yet still they are dismissed due to 20 years of experience sighted cable experience I would add. Sort of makes you wonder why the experiment was carried out in the first place as no matter what the results, then said scribe would revert to experience. So thus I am glad I dont subscribe to the mag anymore.