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    Default Can i Biwire my lsi9's to a Carver tfm42 amp

    I will be buying this amp soon, and was wondering if it is possible to bi-wire to this amp. Any ideas? I currently have the lsi9's bi-wired through my yamaha rxv1800 receiver and they sound great, but i want to drive the 9's with a seperate amp. I hear it sounds better with a seperate amp because they are 4 ohms. FYI I have my home theater setup at 5.1 speaker setup.

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    Dude, just use one set of SC's. Hook it up and enjoy. The Carver is NOTHING like the Yammie and will power the LSi9's all by themselves just fine.
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