I'd never heard of this before I joined this forum. Anyone give me a quick description + benefits?
It doesn't, the cross over is still in circuit it is just the HF and LF bit are separated in the speaker but joined at the amp rather than joined in the speaker!Originally posted by kevenh
It removes the speaker's crossover circuit from all or most of it's job.
Originally posted by kevenh
issolated in the speaker but still gets modulated at the amplifier end where they are connected!Originally posted by kevenh
"A bi-wire crossover separates treble and bass 'legs' of the crossover network isolating the treble signal from the potential modulation distortions from high energy current returns in the bass section."
I just aint sure about that comment. Well, at least you wont catch me using main cables for speaker wire.Originally posted by mattheu
good old mains cable will do. After all its nearly D.C
Business Idea!!!Originally posted by mattheu
I feel that most speaker cable talk is madness and I'd spend more onthe speaker. When you're aware of the mark up and bull***t, good old mains cable will do. After all its nearly D.C