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I have a pair of Definitive Technology BP6’s speakers. This speakers are not prepared to be bi-wired.

My amp is Yamaha delivering 80+80 watts. This amp has exit connections for two pairs of speakers (say for living room and bedroom) which are labeled A and B and with the controls in front of the amp I can choose either one set of speakers, the other set or both sets (A,B or AB).

My question is this: Can I feed each of my speakers with the output of both A and B sets of speakers? In other words, can I wire the L channel of both A and B exits in the amp to de L BP6 speaker? My objective is to deliver more power to the speakers, and my concern is the possibility to damage the speaker or the amp.

Any comment will be appreciated.

Felipe
 

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The short answer is no, don't do it.


Besides, it wouldn't achieve your goal of providing more power.


Your amp can only feed as much power as it has. It can feed it to A-only, B-only, or split it between A + B.


If you want to feed more power you will need a bigger amp.
 

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Originally Posted by melladof  /t/1468569/question-on-speakers-wiring#post_23211432


My objective is to deliver more power to the speakers,
No matter how you wire it you still have 80+80. If you need more power you need a receiver with more power.
 
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