Denon AVR 2802 and Bi-Wiring

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  1. Richard Cook

    Richard Cook Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi folks

    I've just taken delivery of a brand new Denon AVR2802 receiver to replace my ageing Yamaha and I have a question about bi-wiring.

    Is it safe to use the A & B frontmain speaker terminals to feed the HF and LF drivers in my Tannoy speakers (with the A & B buttons depressed of course)? The reason that I would rather do it this way is that my cable is Cable Talk 3.1 Bi-Wire and is just a little too thick to be doubled and fed into a single binding post. (No banana sockets in Europe).

    Cheers guys!
     
  2. Mike_Ch

    Mike_Ch Stunt Coordinator

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    Richard,
    No problems, I did this with my Denon receiver for quite a long time before I got a power amp. Congrats on the new amp, its a great piece of gear [​IMG]
    Cheers,
    Mike
     
  3. Richard Cook

    Richard Cook Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks Mike
    I Know what I'll be doing tonight![​IMG]
    I agree with you on the amp and theres not a great deal of difference between this model and the 3802
    BFN
     

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