@Rob4321- you had it as I show in my second photo, with no crossover set, and the two channels weren't identical? That seems very odd. Why would it do something other than what you set?
Taken from the manual: "BIAMP1 mode splits the Channel A input signal at a programmable frequency
and then routes the resulting high and low frequency signals through
a parallel chain of DSP modules with independent equalization, signal delay,
and limiter settings. "
If you don't program a crossover point, then how would it know what to do? It does mention "In BIAMP1 mode, Output A routes low frequencies to a low-range speaker, while Output B connects to a high-frequency transducer." but that statement is entirely dependent on what frequency you set the crossover to. Since I didn't set a crossover, my second image shows a full range signal for both channels.Edited by Rebel975 - 6/29/13 at 3:36pm