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Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by hendricksonET, Nov 10, 2005.

  1. hendricksonET

    hendricksonET Well-Known Member

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    I did some research a while back about bi-wire, but after I posted this I did some more...doesn't seem like anyone is really for it. [​IMG] Maybe its just a waste of time.
     
  2. Matthew Bryde

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    You may be right. My A/V Receiver supports it as does my front speakers. For the sake of an extra run of speaker cabling, I went ahead and bi-wired mine.

    Is there a sound difference? Possibly not, but also possibly (I haven't bothered doing a comparison test). But the upshot is I have the option, and it was only the cost of an extra 12' of speaker cable.
     

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