Have Bi-Wireable speaker cable, but speaker isn't bi-wireable...

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  1. Rob Higgins

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    I recently purchased the Diva 4.1, 2.1, C3 package. I used to own Klipsch Reference, which were all bi-wireable.

    The Diva C3 isn't bi-wireable, so I have a question. Can I just leave one end (one pos, one neg) of the bi-wireable end loose...not plugged into the speaker? Will this make any difference?

    Don't think it will, just want to make sure since I am not as technically gifted as most of you guys and gals here.

    Thanks,

    Rob
     
  2. Jason Watson

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    Rob,

    If you can, connect both positive ends together under the positive post, and do the same with the negative, on the negative post. This, assuming that you have a single bi-wire cable(two ends on the amp side and four on the speaker side) with spades. To leave loose ends on the speaker side is dangerous for the amp as it can result in a short.

    Jason
     

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