Using Biwirable cables on "normal" speakers...?


Basically I have an opportunity to grab some rather inexpensive Cardas Golden Ref. biwire cable, however, my speakers aren't bi-wirable. Yes the thought crossed my mind so I'm sharing it with you guys for an opinion. Would this work? Or perhaps I'm better off with a Normal Stereo Pair.... thoughts and suggestions please.....thank you..
panamahat
You can use them with one end on the amp and the other TWO on the speaker terminals. No advantage. No disadvantage except the clutter.

Kal
I used Straightwire Blacksilk bi-wire from my amps to my SF Amati's & noticed better/cleaner & stronger bass.
Regards
Richard
I do the same on two systems. It is just cable.
Its a cable. Just double it up at the speaker end. Simple. Bi Wire is hype not substance
"You can use them with one end on the amp and the other TWO on the speaker terminals. No advantage. No disadvantage except the clutter."

Kal

I do this and it works. I went from passively bi-wired Paradigm Studio 100 V3's to "regular" wired speakers, and now the spades are stacked at the speakers' binding posts. I thought I'd need new cables, but didn't. No problems. By the way, in my old setup, the biwiring, even though passive, did open up the soundstage a little bit as compared to "conventional" wiring.
you will have more wire going to the speakers and that is usually good though not necessarily noticable, no big deal if you do not mind a little gamble
great stuff, thanks a lot, appreciate your help guys . . . .