always contemplated it, but being basically lazy, never got around to biwiring my RT 800's until tonight. One reason was that I never realized, until reading up on the subject, that spring-clip receivers like my Onkyo could still accommodate biwiring by using both the A and B outputs. So I did it. Thick Monsters for the low frequencies, thinner Monsters for the upper. Also using the PSW 450. I wasn't expecting anything dramatic, but, when putting on Van Morrison's "Bright Side of the Road," I indeed noticed a sonic improvement. Audibly improved mids and highs, a more "visual" soundstage, I guess you could say. Pretty cool. One question though....I had bookmarked, but subsequently lost, a site that I think said there should be no concern about impedance, that I shouldn't need to reset the slider on the back of the receiver, as I am in actuality only driving ONE pair of speakers, right?
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