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speakers wired hf to lf diagonally any advantage and why

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by mick23, Dec 27, 2002.

  1. mick23

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    was in dealers sometime back, he had there demo pair of cdm1nts wired up diagonally, mono wired van der hull cable as follows, at back of speakers, one side of cable to HF+ , (top) terminal, the other to LF - (bottom) terminal, with a piece of speaker cable running between both terminals, any advantage to this methode,what does this do ,if anything,views please
     
  2. Jase

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    Hi Mick

    It´s supposed to better than using the supplied jumper bars. Whether or not it works is a discussion I´ll avoid! Same with Bi-Wiring!:eek:

    Might be worth a go, see if you hear any difference.:)
     
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    I doubt the diagonal effect is of any consequence, but using cable instead of jumpers is beneficial.

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