Bi-Amping Paradigm speakers


Hi,
 I have an outlaw 7100 amp and an integral dhc 9.9 pre-pro and I recently purchased a used pair of paradigm reference studio 40 v2's.  I want to try bi-amp them as this is new to me and my 9.9 allows that setting. I was going to use the 2 channels on the amp that I don't use as I have a 5.1 system.  I don't have balanced inputs for the amp so I was wondering if it is worth the trouble? Since the speakers can be bi-amped is why I am considering it.  I currently have Von Schweikert vr-1's for front. Will move them to downstairs or the paradigms after all is said and done.  Any input or experiences are welcome.  

Joe in Mobile
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Joe in Mobile
Are you sure the RCA pre-out cannot use for Bi-Amp setting? If you have the cables on hand, why not give it a try.
Hi,
I finished bi-amping the studio 40's with analog cables and they sound amazing!  I did not do an "A-B" test, meaning regular wiring, bi-wiring vs bi-amping. They sound so good now I don't want to mess with them.  

To say they disappear is an understatement, I literally went over and put my ears by the speakers to make sure they were working!  I am using an Integra DHC 9.9, Outlaw 7100, MB Quartz rears and a Von Schweikert LCR1.  Quite a mix but I by as I move thru life, married w/ two teenage daughters.

Anyway I listened to some Jazz and the sound is balanced and smooth.  Even pushing up the volume it stays in balance and is non-fatiguing.  I highly recommend these speakers and maybe some time in future I will get a balanced 7 channel amp and see how that sounds bi-amped.

My two cents,
Joe in Mobile