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Hi,


I'm looking at getting the Klipsch RF-82 II, and they are bi-wire/amp. I'm wondering if you have to do this to get decent sound, or if single amp is ok for them?


Also, can 9.2 receivers use 2 lines per L or R channel?


I've never done this before so not sure what to do.


Thanks!
 

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Bi-wire and passive bi-amping is 100% total waste of time and money.


Don't do it!


They still put bi-wire and tri-wire posts on speakers, though, because there are plenty of people out there you believe in this. They look cool, but they don't do anything for you.



I single wire my Salon2s and KEF 201/2s, although the Salon2s come with bi-wire posts and the KEFs come with tri-wire posts. The tre-wire posts look extremely cool, though.
 

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Originally Posted by Roshy
Hi,


I'm looking at getting the Klipsch RF-82 II, and they are bi-wire/amp. I'm wondering if you have to do this to get decent sound, or if single amp is ok for them?


Also, can 9.2 receivers use 2 lines per L or R channel?


I've never done this before so not sure what to do.


Thanks!
Don't bother. A single competent amp is sufficient.
 

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they look cool, but they don't do anything for you.



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don't bother. A single competent amp is sufficient.
 
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