It looks like the goal was biamping with the two speakers in parallel, it is obvious that the jumpers were never changed internally to support biamping. What a mess...
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I should take part of the blame for not digging into it several years ago, but but my wife's brother recently moved to town and has a lot of pro audio experience which is a big part of what prompted me to finally get it all figured out. I think we are setup fairly well at this point and have pretty much been through everything in the system now which should minimize future surprises. I am looking forward to hearing the system in the coming weeks to see how much better it really sounds.
I think the success of the recent changes became obvious today. Special music was a duet with a singer and acoustic guitar. Had I been running the board I would have brought the volume on the guitar up a bit, but it sounded so clean I didn't think the microphone was on at first. It became more obvious that it was, but what a difference. Also, the noise floor in the sanctuary is dramatically lower to the point that I distinctly notice how quiet it is now. Still a little feedback to track down, but we are much improved and really close to having something great!