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Right now running a 3.1 setup while I decide where my rears are going to go (which could be a few weeks). In the mean time, is it worth it to bi-amp the Jamo towers or will there not be any noticeable difference?


If so, I assume the fronts go to the top posts, move the connector bars, and the bi-amp jacks go to the bottom posts?
 

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Unless you are using active crossovers, the consensus here is no, passive bi-amping makes no appreciable difference.
 

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Only crossovers would be the ones in the Yamaha 671. I assume it would only make them louder since it provides more power, so not sure that is necessarily a benefit that alone makes it worth it.
 

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The bi-weekly passive bi-amp query. Don't waste your time. No more power, no louder. Search for passive bi-amp in the speaker section, all your questions will be answered.
 

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Originally Posted by sinistersix /forum/post/20810131


Right now running a 3.1 setup while I decide where my rears are going to go (which could be a few weeks). In the mean time, is it worth it to bi-amp the Jamo towers or will there not be any noticeable difference?


If so, I assume the fronts go to the top posts, move the connector bars, and the bi-amp jacks go to the bottom posts?

Try it, nothing to lose and you'll then have your answer.
 
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