bi-wiring rtiA5

anybody tried to bi-wire your rtia5? how does it perform after bi-wiring? I want to do bi-wire with my Yamaha RX-V2400, it has got speaker A B setup allowes to bi-wire. Any thoughts? Happy new year :)

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  • gp4jesusgp4jesus Posts: 1,194
    if you have the wire, try it. expect others to chime in w/"don't waste your time."
    Samsung 60" UN60ES6100 LED
    Outlaw Audio 975 Pre/Pro
    Samsung BDP, DirecTV Rcvr, Xbox 360, Dennon LDP, Phillips CD chgr

    Canare 14 ga - LCR tweeters inside; CC outside
    BJC 10 ga - LCR mids, inside & out
    8 ga Powerline - LR woofers, inside & out

    LR: tri-amped RTi A7. Woofers, Rotel 98X amp; M & T, P'sound HCA-1000
    CC: Rotel RB985 -> tri-amped CSi A6
    5 Audio Pro Subs: 1 B1.39: 1 Evidence at each corner
    Surrounds: Hafler XL280 -> AR 12 ga -> RTi A3*
    Power Conditioning & Distribution:
    3 dedicated 20A feeds; APC H15; 4 Furman Miniport 20s
    *Bi-amped by years end
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 40,652
    Simply replace the stock jumper plates with high quality speaker cable.
    Political Correctness'.........defined

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  • PixOttPixOtt Posts: 15
    F1nut wrote: »
    Simply replace the stock jumper plates with high quality speaker cable.

    16 gauge and any recommended brands? thanks

  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 40,652
    edited January 1
    If you are stuck on gauge, it's not high quality speaker cable. However, it would be better than the stock plates.
    Political Correctness'.........defined

    "A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a t-u-r-d by the clean end."


  • gp4jesusgp4jesus Posts: 1,194
    PixOtt wrote: »
    F1nut wrote: »
    Simply replace the stock jumper plates with high quality speaker cable.

    16 gauge and any recommended brands? thanks
    start w/whatever you have though I'd go heavier than that between the amp/AVR and speakers.

    my $0.01

    PS: welcome to Club Polk if you haven't receive that

    Tony
    Samsung 60" UN60ES6100 LED
    Outlaw Audio 975 Pre/Pro
    Samsung BDP, DirecTV Rcvr, Xbox 360, Dennon LDP, Phillips CD chgr

    Canare 14 ga - LCR tweeters inside; CC outside
    BJC 10 ga - LCR mids, inside & out
    8 ga Powerline - LR woofers, inside & out

    LR: tri-amped RTi A7. Woofers, Rotel 98X amp; M & T, P'sound HCA-1000
    CC: Rotel RB985 -> tri-amped CSi A6
    5 Audio Pro Subs: 1 B1.39: 1 Evidence at each corner
    Surrounds: Hafler XL280 -> AR 12 ga -> RTi A3*
    Power Conditioning & Distribution:
    3 dedicated 20A feeds; APC H15; 4 Furman Miniport 20s
    *Bi-amped by years end
  • soundfreak1soundfreak1 Posts: 2,826
    This is the "don't waset you time" that gp4 mentioned.
    Main Rig:
    Krell KAV 250a biamped to mid/highs
    Parasound HCA1500A biamped to lows
    Nakamichi EC100 Active xover
    MIT exp 1 ic's
    Perreaux SA33 class A preamp
    AQ kingcobra ic's
    OPPO 83 CDP
    Lehmann audio black cube SE phono pre, Audioquest phono wire (ITA1/1)
    Denon DP-1200 TT. AToc9ML MC cart.
    Monster HTS 3600 power conditioner
    ADS L1590/2 Biamped
    MIT exps2 speaker cable
  • the112playerthe112player Registered User Posts: 4
    I use 14 gauge quad cable from blue jeans and am fine with it. Personally, I would spend my money on other things.....The biggest difference that I’ve noticed in my setup is the crossover mod on my RTi8’s. I used Sonicap caps and Mills resistors.
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