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RE: Vertical biamping , better to run bridged instead

Well, I didn't really want to get into a pissing match over experience, but as early as 1972 I was cutting the leads to the tweeters in Jensen 6X9 coaxes to biamp using home built crossovers, I was taking electronics in high school.

It's been a long journey, but when talking musicality over ultimate slam, simpler is always better.

Question, have you ever tried vertical biamping with a true dual mono designed amplifier? Absolutely no sharing of anything other than a power cord. In essence four mono blocks, still allowing the use of extremely short speaker cables unlike horizontal. Still allows active crossovers etc, again all the benefits you claim for horizontal without any of the negatives, plus all of the advantages of placing the amps closer to the speakers.

Martin.



Edits: 05/29/17

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