Guys have doubled/shotgun 4s11 to biwire...trying things is the only way to give you the results...mine are single to run lower with good wire to high's
Just get these and forget the budget stuff — you’ll be thrilled. If not, just resell them as AZ has a fluid used market. They’ve been in my system for 20 years and beat out the likes of VooDoo, Audience, etc. and ain’t going anywhere. Best of luck
@leemaze - So it appears you have not bi-wired at present, and I am assuming you are using the little jumpers that come with bi-wire speakers?
Get rid of the jumpers and replace them with copper wire jumpers - make each jumper about 20" long.
The jumpers that come with the speakers can be made from other metals but not copper - which accounts for the differences you are observing
You can even try Romex to start with - just to see if it improves things.
Use either 14 or 12 gauge wire.
If that works you can improve things even more by using a double strand of wire for each jumper and upgrade to UP-OCC copper wire
UP-OCC copper is superior to pure copper and even OFC copper.
You should be able to achieve a nice balance of the two improvements you mention but without moving the cables from one set of terminals to the other and without the expense of bi-wire cables
I actually tried bi-wire cables and changed back to the UP-OCC copper wire jumpers because of improved clarity and image achieved with a single cable.
The money I would have spent on a bi-wire cable I invested in better "normal" speaker cables.
Hope that helps - Steve
I just put in a set of zavfino jumpers again after initial tryout...I ran them in on my frybaby for 2 days and the first disk in was way different than first blush with them....Music is more resolving...sound stage deeper with nice natural timber...finally hearing the speaker cable and how it sounds it seems.
Right pair of jumpers/materials/gauge has righted my system...would have never of thought that... last bit of wire showed me how important they really/jumpers are.