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If I want to biwire, do I have to buy biwire cables, or can I just use two equal lenghts of wire ? Is there an advantage to doing this ? If I do this, does it matter where the positive and negatives go (top or bottom pair of connectors). My speakers are Paradigm Studio 60's. Thanks.
 

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Don't bother with it.
 

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to answer your questions, NO you do not have to buy "biwire cable". And if you biwire, you use both the top and bottom, + and - connector, connected to the appropriate + or - speaker terminals on your receiver.


The reason Dono said not to bother is because there is little to no evidence and quite a bit of controversy as to whether there is any more benefit from biwiring than there would be from using a higher gauge single wire.


Now, if you have the cable, and you want to do it "just in case" there is a benefit, then no one will laugh at you.
 
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