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B&W DM 602 S3 connection question

I am a complete newbee to the site and HiFi, so please bear with me. I hope i am posting to the correct forum.

I bought a pair of used B&W DM 602 S3 and this is the first pair of speakers that i have owned that has 4 connection posts for possible bi-amping or bi-wiring.

Are the separate pairs of connectors supposed to be connected by a link? I don't have access to the owners manual since i bought the speakers used.

Do i just link both pairs together? or is it allright to use either one of the pairs without connecting them together?

Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: B&W DM 602 S3 connection question

Congratulations, you got very luck on the speakers. B&W makes nice stuff. Welcome to the ranks of people who enjoy better sound.

If there is a metal jumper between the upper and lower pair you can just connect one pair. If not you'll have to connect both pairs or make a number out of small pieces of speaker wire.

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Re: B&W DM 602 S3 connection question

Yep, what Mr. Lowry said.

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Re: B&W DM 602 S3 connection question

Hey nashville.
Welcome to the forums. Great first post.

My uncle and I lucked into a pair of B&W DM602s not not too long ago. Very nice speakers.

And our intern Ariel Bitran very recently had the same question regarding binding posts. You can read about his story here, if you're interested. The answers given above are right on.

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Re: B&W DM 602 S3 connection question

Thank you all for the welcome and your suggestions. This is a great site.

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