Lsi9 And Lsic Terminals

nellis8166nellis8166 Posts: 292
Hi All,

This question goes to show just how much of a novice I am with this. I am going to bi-wire my LSI9 and LSIC this weekend.
My question is which color stands for what??? Are the red posts for high freq. and the black for lows??? Or vice versa???
Again thanks to all that have replied to my questions, I look forward to hearing from you one more time.

Nat
RTi10
CSi5
RTi28
SVS PB12-ISD2

Denon 2106(pre/pro)
Adcom 5503(200x3)

Audioquest Diamondback ICS
Kimber Kable 8tc biwire(mains and center)

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  • Frank ZFrank Z Polk-a-dweeb Posts: 5,967
    edited January 2003
    No!!!
    The colors are for + and - ( positive & negative).
    Make sure that you remove the binding straps before you hook up the second set of speaker wires! Don't throw them away, you might want to put them back on if the bi-wire experiment does not make a noticeable difference in sound quality to you.
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