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If you have speakers that can bi-wire, but the amplifier only has a speaker "A" connection (two red, two black) can you still Bi-wire some way.

My old Denon had a speaker A & B, which I use to Bi-wire. I see most entry level amps only have the two speaker connections, so is possible to bi-wire with just two connections?
 

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What jd said - the only gains in bi-wiring is to the wire manufacturers.

As long as you are using an adequate gauge of wire you don't need to double up the wire going to the speakers.
 

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You can bi-wire, tri-wire, quad-wire, quint-wire or run however many wires you want, on any receiver, to any speaker.


It'll still sound the same.
 

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Thanks,

I use to bi-wire from my old Denon receiver, but to be honest I couldn't really hear any difference, so I'll forget bi-wiring.

Thanks for replying.
 

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I glad you in enjoy threads like this so much.

As a web designer and developer you should hear the stupid questions I get asked everyday, most people who use the internet don't have a bloody clue how it works.
 

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