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    Default what is the preferred way to wire a LS-90 speaker?

    what is the preferred way to wire a LS-90 speaker?

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    This works for me. What are you powering them with ? Welcome to CP!!
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    Hey Ken, those are some fancy looking cables you've got there, when I can I invite myself over to check your set up??? I'll bring over the beverage
    Draggn' knee is exhilarating, 150mph wheel standers are pretty cool too


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff4rfc View Post
    Hey Ken, those are some fancy looking cables you've got there, when I can I invite myself over to check your set up??? I'll bring over the beverage
    We do need to get together sometime bro. Too close not to!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken brydson View Post
    We do need to get together sometime bro. Too close not to!
    I agree, plus, I'm always open for new information. You've been at this longer than I have so I'm sure there's something I could pick up.
    Draggn' knee is exhilarating, 150mph wheel standers are pretty cool too


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff4rfc View Post
    I agree, plus, I'm always open for new information. You've been at this longer than I have so I'm sure there's something I could pick up.
    I'm pretty simple. Every AVR I've owned has pre outs, never owned an amp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken brydson View Post
    I'm pretty simple. Every AVR I've owned has pre outs, never owned an amp.
    LOL, I didn't think I saw one on your sig. But the Pio Elite's are pretty stout from what hear. Heck yeah, I'd love to come by sometime. I live in Ruston just up the street from Point Defiance, you will definitely have to stop in if you're in the area, or even you're not, just pop in.

    I've got some classic The Who spinning right now, sounding pretty sweet
    Draggn' knee is exhilarating, 150mph wheel standers are pretty cool too


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    Onkyo SV-909 receiver. I was wondering about bi-wiring. What does it mean and how is it done?

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