Most cables designed for Bi-Wiring would have at a minimum four separate wires inside one jacket..
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I am confused ... at one point you say "ONE (one positive and one negative)" ... which would be a total of TWO conductors, and then at another point you say "2 wires wound in EACH side of the run. I was wondering if I can split the two cables wound in the positive side and two in the negative side" ... that would be a total of FOUR conductors.
So bottom line is that if you have TWO conductors, the only way to hook them up would be in mono, but if you have FOUR conductors you can get stereo.
There are two strands of copper wire wrapped around each other in each sleeve. There are a total of two sleeves, one marked positive and one marked negative.
Does this mean if I split the two strands, I will only get mono?
Sounds like the tape and pull is the best option?
Have you guys tried this, under carpet, with favorable results??