Hello All, this is my first post so please be kind.
I have reviewed a number of threads regarding bi-amping and bi-wiring. I did not find any that discussed how the speaker enclusure handles the two power sources. I know that the power sources are divided into bass and mid/hi frequencies, but I am more interested in how the speaker enclosure handles the dividing of this information to the individual sound drivers.
For example, the TSI500 has 5 drivers, 4 - 6.5" drivers and a 1" tweeter. When bi-amping, what drivers get the power from the lower terminals and what drivers get the power from the upper terminals? I know the tweeter gets the power from the upper terminals, but how are the other 4 drivers handled.
Does the bottom two 6.5 drivers get the power from the lower terminals?
This gets more complicated when I refer to the TSI400 and the TSI300. Does any one have a clear answer for each TSI500/TSI400/TSI300?
I have an Onkyo TXSR608B biamped. Recently upgraded from the TSI300 to the TSI400 and noticed quite a change in sound from the FL and FR channels. I know they are considerably different speakers given the extra 5.25" driver, but the bi-amping could be giving better bass response in the TSI400.
I am asking the question because I am probably going to upgrade to the TSI500 very soon, and I would like to know where the power is going inside the speaker enclosure.
Also, if my receiver is bi-amped then would that mean that 100w is going to the bass and the other 100w is going to the mid/hi? Or is there something else that I am missing with bi-amping?
Signed the Newbie.