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Help! Bi-wiring

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jack, Dec 15, 2002.

  1. Jack

    Jack Agent

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    Hi,

    Been over a year since I set up my speakers etc.. I have a yamaha 2050 and am trying to bi wire my speakers Paradigm monitor 7's. From what I remember I have 4 wires 2 positive and 2 negative per speaker, I put the positives and negatives together at the receiver, than I split them at the speakers right?? Some reason neither speaker working when I did that lol.

    So what I forget?

    Thanks
     
  2. Shannon W

    Shannon W Stunt Coordinator

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    Don't forget to take the bridge out thats on the terminals on the speakers before you Bi-Wire!!!!
    Shannon
     
  3. Jack

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    Yes they are out, still not sure why the speakers are not working humm
     
  4. TerryHenson

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    The bridge makes no difference if you're just trying to get sound. You should have two wires, one from each of positive terminals on your speaker going to the + side of corresponding channel on your amp. Likewise for the negative side. Repeat as necessary.

    Frankly, when you get done, you most likely will hear no difference anyway.
     

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