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    Bi-amping (not going active) gives you more control, but if you already have a very good passive crossover it may not really make a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLeod
    Bi-amping is the only way to go. Youll notice a huge improvement when you bi-amp and after you get them dialed in.

    Trust me, they will liven up over the next couple of weeks. It takes em a bit to break in and for you to get them tweaked just right to your listening preferences but once you do, youll love em.
    I could probably say that already...

    The 5 1/4" SRs don't quite have the same power handling as the 6 1/2", so I'll have to be careful with 80 watts X 4 on them, low gains with the supplied SR x-overs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1996blackmax
    Bi-amping (not going active) gives you more control, but if you already have a very good passive crossover it may not really make a difference.
    Biamping with the supplied crossovers may not make the biggest difference, but right now these are sharing 80 watts rms between each mid/tweeter (and are rated for 100rms). The additional power may help some if I biamp with the same 4 channel. I'll have to try it and see what difference it makes.
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