Originally Posted by kouack
So you still not getting the point, same source = same result bi-wire or not...
Well grasshopper, it is you who are not getting it. If you do the math, biwirng *does* make a difference. I take it that they haven't taught you how to write and solve loop equations.
The point is *not* that bi-wiring makes zero difference. The point is rather that the difference biwifing makes is generally vanishingly small.
Another point, which you rasied and I keep failing to make you aware of is that the two bi-wired speaker cables are in no way identical to the same cables driving a speaker with the upper and lower portions joined together.
look again at my 2 pictures the terminals on those speakers are bi-wire capable,
Your picture sheds no new light. Other than being insulting, your comments seem to have zero technical content.
i do not need you to explain me how a crossover work i've been at school learning electronic(sic),
Apparently, you haven't yet learned how to write and solve loop equations, because if you did, you'd be agreeing with me. In the day, one difference between a university EE degree and a trade school diploma was that good universities taught people about loop equations. I'm not sure that is currently the case - as a lot of the things we learned in the old days have far less importance today.
bi-wiring is pur (sic) BS
Agreed in the sense that BW is effectively BS.
However, if you do your homework you will find that BW does make some subtle differences. If your speaker cable is shabby enough it can even make a difference that might be heard. This would be a crazy limiting case, such as using 20' for 36 gauge wire for speaker cable.
to make you think you have better quality speaker nothing else.
Grasshopper, I was probably explaining why BW is BS before you were old enough to operate an iPod.
look again the mod i did to your picture and tell me what is the difference now because inside your speaker this how it look like ish
I see nothing but a messy plate of the obvious.
Here's a basic reference on loop equations. Please post again when you've actually done your homework.http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/PY106/Kirchoff.html