So I did it. I silver soldered the leads of the biwires together and replaced the Reality cables with the MIT's.
First, I'll start by saying the sound of my newly acquired LS-6's was a disappointment. The whole presentation had a tipped up quality and a tizziness that begged the volume control down. The bass was so lacking I actually hooked up my Def Techs to utilize the built-in subwoofers!! That's bad in a setup like mine.
Setup is this:
Assorted VH-Audio power cords with Furutech plugs.
Considerable amount of room acoustics
In went the MIT's and in went the bass response. WTF. These speakers do bass. Deep, down low prodigious bass. In fact, the whole presentation tipped the other way - too much so. No more tizziness but no more sparkle either. Air had been lost as well. It was easy to listen to at first, really a relief but after about 10 minutes I felt something wrong. Leading edge transients were not so delineated and for lack of a proper description, it seemed timing or pace was screwed up.
Reality speaker cables don't work in my system. Modded MIT biwires don't work either.
Where does one go from here?