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    Just got my MIT TERMINATOR 2 bi wire cables from George, I've never bi wired before is it each set of ends to each full terminal or am I going one on top of the other, the complete opposite of normal 2 wire..
    My speaker posts are side by side with jumpers connected..
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    Most Bi wired speakers have 2 sets of terminals and a jump ( removable ) link, remove the link and connect your speaker to the 4 terminals on you amp red to red black to black. some cable come marked for high and low, connect the high terminals to the upper set on the speaker, on the amp end it makes no difference JUST do not mix up the + and -

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