I run two seperate cables and find it fantastic for tailoring sound, much better than single bi-wire cable in this set up.
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I have tried bi-wired cables and single cables (with jumpers) from a single set of L/R outputs on my amp
With the "right"cable, bi-wiring seemed to offer no benefits in this case - just more expensive.
If Soyuz have bi-wired speakers you might want to take a look at KLE Innovations new jumpers
Bi-wired speakers will benefit from b-amping.
Sorry all, I’m not sure I’m making my
My amp has two sets of speaker connections. So Speaker 1 out will be connected to my Speaker Hi connections and Speaker 2 out will be connected to my Speaker Low connections - 4 separate amp out connections and 4 separate Speaker cables.
Will this increase the output (roughly) to the speakers and/or deliver cleaner sound?
Will this be better than just using Speaker 1 outputs and bi-wiring?
Well - the results are in! Wiring Speaker 1 outputs directly to my SFO3s Hi inputs and wiring Speakers2 outputs directly to my SFO3s Low input is decidedly clearer and the bass substantially quicker and deeper from a McIntosh MA6500 into these 4 ohm speakers. Source material the Red Violin soundtrack, track 20 with deep kettle drums which are now more precise, a definite bang with no after roll, and the McIntosh Reference Disc tract 1 Stravinsky Firebird Suite. More deep precise base than before. All cables Maze Audio 12 gauge before and after switch. But direct cabling versus previous biwiring (2 bananas at amplifier and 4 bananas at the speakers). Daydreaming? Horse feathers? I don’t think so.