Question about Polk Audio RTi A7 Main / Stereo Speaker
Bi-wiring requires the removal of the copper jumpers between the hi and low speaker terminals. you can use two wire pairs twisted together at amp out connections and the four separate ends at each speaker, but the quality of sound will not be as good as buying quality bi-wire cables. But a pair of quality single set of wires at each speaker would be fine, but put jumpers back on and attach to the top terminals, they are designed that way. bi-wiring does allow the crossover to put out a little better sound. Hooking up four sets of wires to the a and b speaker terminals sounds bad. i have had alot of trouble with my rti10's and learned the hard way that it is best to pay more for wires with quality terminations.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You mean "buy-wiring"?
Before you go investing in boutique speaker cable (times two) read up on biwiring.
It's a bogus electrical theory to get you to buy more speaker wire.
I don't see that capacity on this receiver.
Posted on Jun 25, 2011
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