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Does KEF's bi-wiring/bi-amping thing actually make a difference?

Thoughts? Experiences?

I'm working on building a system with a pair of Q50s I got at a garage sale ($25! Woohoo!) and I was wondering if it would be worth it to spring for the extra amp. Thanks for the input!

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Re: Does KEF's bi-wiring/bi-amping thing actually make a differe

Try the options and tell us what you think

If it sounds good, it is good.

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Re: Does KEF's bi-wiring/bi-amping thing actually make a differe

Hi, Elduderino -- you should call or write the folks at KEF, too. They'll give you an honest opinion, and they may have feedback from other customers. Some manufacturers design their speakers to be biwired/biamped, others don't. Clifton

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yes

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BI-WIRING
elduderino wrote:

I would suggest bi-wiring rather than the expense of another amplifier.

I don't think the bass section of the speaker requires enough power to make another amplifier a requirement.

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BS. No difference. Send me 1

BS. No difference. Send me 1/2 your money that you would spend on bi-wiring and I will let you know what to do with the remainder of the funds

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