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Wiring help please

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by JSW, Feb 25, 2002.

  1. JSW

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    Have just bought the following speakers:

    Mordaunt Short
    MS 906 for front
    MS 905 Centre
    MSW 20 Sub

    Eltax
    Linear Response B.6 rears

    Have the Sony STRDB 1070 arriving Thursday

    Wats the best way to wire the 906's theyre biwireable?

    Wats the best way to connect my Sony 735 DVD to the amp, coaxial or optical?

    Wats cheapest good qlty cable I should use for all speakers?

    TIA
    JSW
     
  2. bob007

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    If they have bi-wire connections i would be inclined to bi-wire them.
    I use Coaxial, but there is not a lot between them in a short distance, if anything.
    QED and IXOS seem very popular, prices from about 99p/metre
     
  3. JSW

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    Thanks bob.

    I have never had biwireable speakers before so is there a url handy for more info diagrams etc?

    Cheers
    JSW

    Edit:

    Found a nice simple diag Here
     
  4. bob007

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    If you do bi-wire don't forget to take the jumper plates off at the speakers terminals.
     
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