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#441 - 11/07/01 09:56 PM bi-wire/bi-amp
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Based on the reviews I've read, I'm now strongly considering buying Axiom speakers. However, I'm told you could greatly improve sound in a bi-amped set-up, particularly one with active crossovers. I'd like to know why the Axioms aren't bi-wireable to allow this option? Thanks.



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#442 - 11/08/01 07:19 AM Re: bi-wire/bi-amp
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The M60s and M80s are bi-amp/bi-wirable. In the 2-way designs where the other amp is only going to be powering the tweeter you would not get a performance advantage from bi-amp/bi-wiring.

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