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using a +b speaker terminals

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by ianlecompte, Sep 13, 2003.

  1. ianlecompte

    ianlecompte
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    will using a+b speaker terminals to bi wire my b&w,s make any difference.i.e a terminals to mid and b to treble.any advice would be a help
     
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    i meant tweeter,sorry
     
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    It may seperate the frequency range slightly but you may get the same effect running two connections from either a or b since they are normally connected together via a switch (a/b) to the same amp output. I think that applies to most amps. You would have to make sure that the individual impedances for the mid range and tweeters are above the recommended minimums for using a and b terminals.
     

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