If you biamp then you can make a modest improvement but I don't think this warrents being your main consideration in up-grading your speakers.
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As suggested above, biwireable speakers don't necessarily guarantee better sound and shouldn't be considered as a feature when shopping for speakers. Also, non-biwireable speakers allow the use of a single run of high-quality speaker cable which will cost significantly less than a similiar cable of bi-wire configuration. There are many quality high-end speakers today which are not bi-wireable.
The real gain is to go active. Bi-wire is no different than using a heavier gauge wirethe back EMF returns to the same single amp driving the entire bandwidth and dealing with the multiple impedance curves of two or more drivers. Bi-amping may provide some benefit, but not to the extent as using an active crossover and an amp for each driver.
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