- Sep 7, 2023
Right. But my original question was the opposite.That is the very point, that there is in fact a difference electrically, and negligibly, so not noticeable by even golden ears. Those youtubers, and other online "experts" should stick to debunking the misconceptions based on psychoacoustics, and leave the electrical part to people who actually know EE. Dogs, birds, dolphins etc., probably could hear the difference but I doubt they are not interested.
Since I already have two couples of wires fastened in the living room, and given that I lost the jumper (so I need to do a tiny wire by hand), can bi-amp worse the quality somehow?
I don't remember where (and I might be wrong, at least on the X4800H) that not all outputs on the amplifiers are equal, and that the front speakers have a different components.
In this case, I would avoid using bi-amp here.