Originally Posted by bwv1080
How would I go about wiring it for bi-amping (with a stereo input signal)? The reason I ask is that I'm considering going back to stereo, and until I get a new stereo amp, I thought I'd put at least 4 of the A 51's channels to use!
Originally Posted by Nima
First you have to make sure that your speakers have seperate bindings for HF and LF. Then you just connect LF to one amp and HF to another. Repeat with the other speaker. Voila!
I bi-amped because my Klipsch CF-3 are known to be a little hot in the HF and over at the Klipsch forum someone recommended bi-amping them simply to be able to attenuate the HF a little. It worked wonders!
This and make sure that if there are straps that connect the speakers HF/LF connectors they must be removed.
If you wire your amps together you will be left with one channel
Some preamps have bi-amp settings to provide duplicate outputs via RCA or XLRS.
If not, you need to split e signal.
If you are to comfortable with this, don't bother, there R risks and possible no rewards.