After I had read what seems like a zillion articles on wiring speakers and making my own speaker wire, I had decided to use Canare 4S11 and biwire my mains and front center. Then I read a white paper at hometheaterhifi dot com by Brian Florian in which he appears to do a very convincing job of explaining how the use of two separate 14 ga wires for the + and two separate 14 ga wires for the - terminals of a speaker (the pairs would be bound at each end) would result in substantially lowered inductance which is a priority and in his opinion, is far superior in benefits to quality sound than biwiring a speaker. The result of using two wire pairs would allegedly be lower resistance and lower inductance with about an 11 ga cross section at the speaker and at the amp or receiver outputs. He goes on to indicate that in biwiring, there would be the same reistance and inductance in series with a given driver section and since twice the wire is used, then twice the capacitance would also be present when compared to a single run. It has been several decades since I had high school physics and managed to avoid that class in college, so I would appreciate any enlightenment as to the merits of his assertions or data that biwiring is actually more beneficial than "double wiring." Michael S.