Can you bi-amp using 2 sets of pre-outs?


My AR LS-10 has two sets of main pre-outs. I would like to run the Carvers to the low pass on one set of pre-outs and the Sunfire on the high pass to the 2nd set of pre-outs. The speakers have an internal crossover.

Preamp..............Audio Research LS-10 solid state (no phono input)
Preamp..............Carver C-19 Tube (I have it connected to the AR LS-10 and use it for a phono preamp)
Speakers............Infinity Kappa 9
Amps.................Carver Silver 9-t monoblocks
Amp..................Sunfire Signature
Phonograph..........Oracle Delphi Mk-I
Cartridge...........Grado Reference Platinum
CD Player...........Carver SDA/360 5 disc changer
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if the input impedances and sensitivity of the amplifiers are the same it would work. Otherwise one amplifier will play louder than the other amplifier
So would there be some advantage in bi-amping with two of the identical stereo amps if I have 2 outputs on my preamp?
Snooze, yes to your question.
Try both "vertical" and "horizontal" bi-amping and see which way sounds best to you.
Happy Listening!