In an effort to minimize costs, as a well as due to space constraints in my residence, I am forced to have the same room serve dual purpose as a home theater and listening room.
I have decided that I can economically go with seperate systems to control each function, but where I draw the line is number of main speakers, precisely 1 pair.
I've been reading the concept of bi-wiring and will be going that route with my new mains once purchased (decided on PSB Imagine B's).
My question is this; is it possible to bi-wire from two seperate amps to a single pair of bi-wireable speakers? In effect "daisy chaining" the bi-wire connections on the speaker side.
Obviously I won't be running both amps at the same time, if one is on, the other will be off. If by some chance (it IS bound to happen) that I turn one amp on while forgetting to turn the other one off, will that damage the speakers?
It's possible that what I am trying to articulate already exists in some fashion, and I just haven't come across it in my google searches.