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It can be possible to bi-amp a pair of Klipsch RB-81 with this receiver for stereo listening, and if yes, how...

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Bi-amping indicated that you have two amps, one for the tweeters, adn another for the woofer, in a two way system. If you don't have two seperate amps, you can use the speaker A & B outputs to run seperate speaker llines to each set of speaker inputs, but that will not be true bi-amping. Another alternative is to use jumpers to connect the speaker inputs together, this not needing seperate amps. Here's a link to the owner's manual:
http://www.manualslib.com/manual/359882/Klipsch-Reference-Series-Rb-41-Ii.html#product-Reference%20Series%20RB-81%20II

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SOURCE: no problem but ?

yes, the manual will explain how. Most cases if you do,you wil end up with 5.1 as you would use the 6th and 7th channels to get mor power to you front L/R.

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