iv'e got Qed silver anniversary bi wire bi amp cable, 4 terminals one end and 4 terminals on the other end, 2 sets of course.
If you actually do have the above cable John, you can connect it to all 4 terminals on each channel of your amp
(no need to check first - the user manual makes it clear that there will be no problem).
Wire the L & R channels identically:
Amp A terminals to speaker HF (upper) terminals.
Amp B terminals to speaker LF (lower) terminals.
Shorting links removed on both speakers.
Switch the B speakers on using the front panel switch.
Check all is working, with full-frequency sound.
Note that if you switch the B button off, you will hear only the tweeters of each speaker (a quiet, tinny sound) so leave it on.
You will then be bi-wired. Plenty of people will happily tell you there's no audible benefit to bi-wiring whatsoever.......but you already had the terminated 4-core cable.
Your alternative would be to leave 2 cores per channel swinging unconnected - and that really would be silly.