Bi-wiring and RF3-II's connector

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  1. Mark_F_G

    Mark_F_G Auditioning

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    I have two questions. First, is bi-wiring really preferable and why? I tried to set up my RF3-II's that way but could not connect the double size wire to my receiver b/c of its thickness.

    Second, I just purchased my RF3-II's. One speaker had very tight connectors. In fact, they were so tight that they came loose internally after I was finally able to turn them. They only way to tighten them was to open the speaker from the rear which I managed to do successfully. I was able to tighten the connector to about 90% (enough to connect the speaker wire), bu tI am wondering if there is something else I can do, or if I should be concerned.
     
  2. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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  3. Frank Carter

    Frank Carter Screenwriter

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    I bi-wired my RF-3II's and the difference was simply stunning......................just kidding[​IMG].

    I noticed no difference. I had the extra speaker wire on hand and since it didn't hurt anything I just left it that way.
     
  4. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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    don't do that to me Frank!!
     

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