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#312897 - 06/30/10 07:13 PM bi-amping with m80s
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I am getting a onkyo tx-nr5007. At a 145w per channel at 8ohms, can I bi-amp my m80s?
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#312898 - 06/30/10 07:24 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: SteveP]
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http://www.axiomaudio.com/tips_biwiring_and_biamping.html

yes you can but I don't know if you will see a difference, I try with my m80 and Onkyo receiver but didn't notice too much of a improvement




Edited by Alex398 (06/30/10 07:25 PM)
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#312899 - 06/30/10 07:25 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: Alex398]
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Hey, you must be a regular. You posted that before any of us long termers did!
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#312900 - 06/30/10 07:26 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: Ken.C]
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sorry just bored at home and spend too much time on the forum today!!!
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#312901 - 06/30/10 07:28 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: Alex398]
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How the heck do you think I got 13815 posts? wink
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#312902 - 06/30/10 07:36 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: Ken.C]
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ok cool. Theoretically what would the advantage be? I'm not going to be using all 9 channels, so I figured it wouldn't hurt.
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#312903 - 06/30/10 07:38 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: SteveP]
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lol sorry just noticed the link.
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#312905 - 06/30/10 07:43 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: Ken.C]
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Originally Posted By: kcarlile
How the heck do you think I got 13815 posts? wink


Well we know it's not because having two kids leaves one with little to do all day. Which begs the question... how HAVE you racked up 13815 posts exactly???
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#312906 - 06/30/10 07:45 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: SteveP]
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Alex, you said you didn't see "too much" of a difference, what difference could you tell?
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#312907 - 06/30/10 07:50 PM Re: bi-amping with m80s [Re: SteveP]
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Originally Posted By: SteveP
ok cool. Theoretically what would the advantage be? I'm not going to be using all 9 channels, so I figured it wouldn't hurt.


Well theoretically speaking, some advantages I can think of are :

A. You will have the peace of mind in knowing there aren't any more wires that you could be running to your M80's.

B. In case a tornado rips your house apart, your M80's will be better secured to your reciever than those of us who do not have our M80's bi-amped.

C. You can remove those gold connectors between the 4 posts on the back of your M80's and use them as ear rings. smile
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