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Wiring Swan speakers

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Geo Gabor, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. Geo Gabor

    Geo Gabor Stunt Coordinator

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    I just ordered a pair of Swan 6.1BCs (thanks, Jon!). I had a question about wiring these up. It's my understanding that they can be bi-wired. Now I'm no expert on this stuff, but I think I understand the methodology of bi-wiring. My question is whether I should bother to bi-wire, or should I just use a single input. Also, will I want to use bananas or spades? Thanks in advance, and happy new year!
     
  2. Eddie Horton

    Eddie Horton Stunt Coordinator

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    Bi-wiring doesn't really give any sonic improvements, and since these speakers have internal passive crossovers, they can't be actively bi-amped without major modification. I would just use one input with spades on the speaker end and bananas on the receiver or amp end.
     

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