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#1713 - 02/22/02 04:58 AM Re: M60 and Bi-wire
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The feature is included so as to be able to bi-amp the speakers; using a separate amplifier for the dual 6 1/2" woofers. This can be especially useful for people using a SET amp, as the low frequencies can then be then driven with a separate amplifier and not be a drain on the low powered SET amp. As to the advantages of bi-wiring, they are remote. The extra wire will obviously reduce the overall wire resistance but that’s about it, and the same could be accomplished with a single heavier wire. Electrically they are all hooked together at the amplifier.

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#1714 - 02/25/02 10:24 AM Re: M60 and Bi-wire
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I had to put my Jumpers back and change the Polarity of the sorrounds and also connect the front speakers to the same Terminal and now my System Rocks...

BBIH was guiding me throughout... Thanks BBIH!!

I was watching Mummy and I was blown away. Time out by Dave Brubeck on my new speakers sound melodious...

-Raj






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#1715 - 02/25/02 10:37 AM Re: M60 and Bi-wire
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You are more than welcome!

For those interested, it appears a polarity issue, and output channel problem caused the problems.

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