Originally Posted by braveheart123
You can bi-amp any speaker, but processor would split the incoming signal into low and high frequencies for mains only. So no use doing it for surrounds.
Do not think so.......
I tested Bi-amp with a 818 and both "High" and "Low" terminals send the complete signal, high and low. So the internal filters of the speakers still need to filter. Maybe you mean using Digital Crossover and Bi-amping ?
As the internal filters of my KEF XQ 40 and 30 will stil do a good job i was looking to use the un-used terminals of Wide and or High to also Bi-amp the surrounds if possible.
Maybe it will be just as good to Bi-amp the fronts and Bi-wire the surrounds.
All Bi speakers cables are allready in place, so no need to run the extra wires now, they are there so why not use them
And the audible differents between Bi-amp and Bi-wire will be 0, i think.....
And even the differents between a normal single wire setup, and Bi-amp/wire is open for debate, but i have the wires so i want to use them.Edited by CBdicX - 1/26/14 at 5:42am