[quote user="Zoot Horn Rollo"][quote user="Anton90125"]I have heard the difference with biwiring and can testify to its benefits[/quote]
If you hear a large difference with biwiring it probably means that your original speaker cable wasn't really up to the job.[/quote]
Good to hear from you OldPhrt!
When I did my original biwiring tests I had good quality cables (more the one kind/make) available which all sounded good. We tried many combinations of cables (most blind tested thus nullifing any placibo effects) and found that we could tune the sound of the speakers- in this case some Rogers LS6 speakers. This biggest common (independent of cable chosen) effects between biwiring and non birwiring where:
[*] 1.Sweeter treble [*] 2.Tighter bass- the speaker sounded less like boxes
In all due repect to you opinion , we did hear a difference which had nothing to do with the quality of the original cable.
But at the end of the day this post was asking opinion of biwiring/ biamping . I gave mine others gave theirs some of which though different to mine is equally valid.