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Yet another one on bi-wiring

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by FranZAR, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. FranZAR

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    I have read most of the threads on bi-wiring and have this question:
    I have a set of oldish 4-way towers [1" High, 2 x 6.5" & 8" woofer]
    If I replace the existing 4-way crossover with a 3-way and seperate low pass and put in a set of bi-wiring terminals, what will the result be compared to existing? I.e. will the 3-way with High, Mid & Bass + Low pass bi-wired give the same result as the 4-way crossover, or must I discard one 6.5" and make High and Mid + Low pass.
    I want to run them off my NAD C272 A+B terminals.
     

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