I changed receivers to a pioneer sc-65 and connected energy cf-70s as the fronts. I lost the binding posts? a while ago so I bi- amped them and forgot to change the settings to reflect this. After a half hour messing with volume levels modes etc. to get rid of the muffled sounding music I figured this out. Yes stupid mistake. Could this dumb ass move damaged the speakers. I have since changed settings to reflect the change. If any one can could let me know that would be great. Thanks again to all that come here.
I don't think so. I'm not familiar with the Pioneer, but on my Yamaha bi-amping requires using using the rear surround posts for front bi-amping. I imagine the Pioneer is similar, you use one of the rear output, or heights, and configure them for front bi-amping in your setup menu. So what probably was happening was 1/2 your front speaker was getting the height, or rear, track. That's why it sounded funny. You should be fine.
I did mean jumpers thank you for the input. Yeah they sounded terrible until I switched the mode in the settings. because as someone stated they were not receiving correct signal. And I was wondering if that messed the speaker up and that seems to be a no. Thanks for the replies