Tri-Wiring Speakers

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  1. Hawklord

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    I currently use Van Den Hul Teatrack bi-wire to connect my amp to the speakers.
    I'm going to be probably buying Linn Ninka floorstanding speakers and was wondering how to go about tri-wiring these speakers.
    I have not been able to even find a source of tri wire apart from Linns own k600 speaker cable. Would this be suitable? Or would you advise another manufacturer.
    Could I use my teatrack and by a single length of similar cable for the third driver?
    Is it realy necessary to tri-wire these speaker to get the best out of them.

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.:)
     
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    Thanx for that- you've saved me some £'s. Until I decide to go the active route that is.
     
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    No probs Hawklord...been there and back with a triamped active Linn Keltik/Krell stereo system,prior to going down the AV path..if you do go active later and need any help,let me know.
     

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