Bi-wirring RTi70

glemayglemay Posts: 574
Is it worth bi-wirring the RTi70 speakers?
Main System:
Denon AVR-2805, Polk Audio RTi70's, Polk Audio CSi40, Polk Audio FXi50, Paradigm PW-2200 v.2, Toshiba 42XV545U HDTV

Second System:
Denon AVR-1705, Polk Audio R40, Polk Audio CS245i, Polk Audio R15, Paradigm PS-1200a
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  • TroyDTroyD Posts: 12,638
    edited December 2002
    I would at least try it and tell us what you think.

    This is a much debated topic.

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  • Frank ZFrank Z Polk-a-dweeb Posts: 5,967
    edited December 2002
    Some people swear by it, others say that it does not make any difference at all. This is one of those tweaks that you'll have to try yourself and see if it makes any difference to your ears.
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  • mantismantis Posts: 15,364
    edited January 2003
    Well worth at least giving it a try.It should provide a noticable difference.The first time I bi wired anything,I notice it in 3 seconds that something was in fact different sounding.
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  • izafarizafar Posts: 795
    edited January 2003
    It made quite a noticable differnce in my case when I moved from HD 12 gausge wire from biwiring with monster XP. The high end got the most benifit and sound really opened up, even my wife noticed the improvment. I would suggest yoy to atleast give it a try.

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