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    Default Bi-amp SDA1C

    Apologies if this thread already exists. I want to use one amp for the tweeters and another amp for the rest of the system. I have SDA 1C. I would like to retain the stereo dimensional array aspect of it. Anybody done this?

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    How are you going to do this with one set of binding post??
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    I've tried this with other speakers and it wasn't worth the trouble IMO.
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think it's even possible to bi-amp 1C's. They only have one pair of binding posts.

    You'd have to rework the crossover and add a second pair of binding posts to make it work...and I personally wouldn't really recommend doing that.

    What exactly are you trying to accomplish? More power? If so, getting a bigger amp would be your best bet. It costs a lot to properly bi-amp a pair of speakers. If you really want to do it right, you've gotta use external crossovers in front of the amps...it can get very complicated and expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    I've tried this with other speakers and it wasn't worth the trouble IMO.
    Same here.

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    Agreed too. It may benefit you if you have some monster sized speaks with alot of drivers that soak up the current, but otherwise, waste of coin.

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    Use that extra money and get a better amp and cables.
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