Biamping

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Hi - I have two Audio Innovations Alto amps and a pair of KEF IQ5 speakers. I would like to know whether biamping would make a difference, and if so - how I would do it. Many thanks.
 
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link no1 http://pkant.htmlplanet.com/ampl.htm#What link no2 http://www.axiomaudio.com/global/images/diagrams/biamping03.gif as far as i know ................................................................................................................................ok you need 1 pre amp and 2 powe amps to get the signal to both amps youl need to split the signal coming out of the pre amp in two. do this with a y adapter/cable(http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=IXOS-XHA215-Y1F)and connect the amps as you mormaly would now you need 4 runs of identical (in lenght and meke/model)speaker cable take the first amp and connect the 1st run from the left output(amp) to the bottom input on the speaker(left) now repeat for the right side ok now teke the second amp and connect the cable to the left output of the amp to the top inputs of the speaker (left ) now repeat this for the right side and you should be all done make sure all the polarity( + & - red and bleck)are correctly setup use the links i gave youand do read and look carefuly you do not wanna damage the amp or speakers so go slow and easy you can do this with two amps(integrated )if the amp has a pre out just connect them up ad do the same for the speakers mind youll get better resoults with two dedicated power amps hope i have been helpful and I WISH YOU GOOD LUCK
 

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