Question about Audio & Video Receivers
If your cable has four ends at one side and two at the other connect positive to the amp and negitive to the amp for first speaker then go to the four cable end put in the first negitive to the top speaker input then the positive side and do the same for the bottom,also remember to take out the links between the sockets,now do the same for the other speaker.
Please note that some speakers dont sound much better when bi-wired but some gain a bit more bass and detail,also the sound stage may open up a little more.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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