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Question for Klipsch RF3 Owners

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dalton, Nov 14, 2001.

  1. Dalton

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    I noticed the rf3's are bi-amp/bi-wireable, has anyone bi-amped or bi-wired these speakers and how did they sound? Thanks for any info.
     
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    I have bi-wired my Klipsch RF-3s....
    I went from Using Monster Cable MCX-1S to MCX-1S BiWire, for ease of install. I found that the base was tighter and more pronounced. I was happy with the change in the sonic signature that i left them Biwired. I switched several months ago....so i'm afraid i can't remember anymore then that. You might try and find a store that will allow you to test some Bi-wires cables, or better yet, go to Radio Shack and get some cable and build your own set for much cheaper.
    -dbl
     
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    Thanks for the info Dave. I think i am going to bi-amp them. I am using a 5 channel amp with my Marantz receiver as a pre-amp. I am going to use the l/r channels on the receiver to bi-amp the RF3's. I am looking forward to testing this setup out [​IMG]
     

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