Integrated's equipped for biwiring??


I would be grateful to any audiogoner who might be able to suggest an integrated in the used $1000 range that will enable biwiring to my Meadowlark Kestral Hotrods. I believe Classe might be one way to go, any thoughts?
resuviator
Creek 5350SE.
Actually any integrated, if the biwire speaker cables are combined at the speaker end. Usually you can combine two sets of spapes on one terminal anyway. The Creek has two pairs. So does the YBA Integre DT. The Integre has a dedicated high frequency terminal, tuned for more of a more tube sound.
I would think any integrated should work as Sugarbrie said. I bi-wired B&W N804's from a MF A300 integrated (just one set of terminals). Works fine.

Interestingly enough, this weekend I was hooking up some Boston Acoustics SubSat 7's (2 satellites with sub) that were sitting around in the basement for my daughter (moving up from a boom box in her room). Wires run seperately to the two satellites and the subwoofer - sort of bi-wiring, I suppose. Even though the amp I was hooking it up to had two sets of terminals, the BA instructions specifically said to hook up both the satellites and sub to the same terminals and not different sets.

Anyone have a clue why?

Bill
THE DENON PMA-2000R.THIS IS ONE AWESOME INTEGRATED AMP.(44 LBS.)IT IS SET UP FOR BI-WIRING.(M.S.R.P.$999.00)NEW.
Bill - may have something to do with the sub. Bi-wire is normally for mains only.
Sorry to get off topic here ( never stopped me before : ) but some receivers / inexpensive integrated's place their speaker A in series ( rather than in parallel ) with speaker B when both sets are engaged. As such, Boston didn't want to take any chances. They played it safe in their directions since there is no way for them to know exactly what equipment you would be hooking their speakers up to. Sean
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Thankyou all for your kind & timely suggestions.
Cheers,
resuviator