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Old 12th January 2010, 05:27 AM   #1
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Default Bi-Amping some Beyma speakers

Could I get some advice on how to crossover a 3 way set of speakers using Bi-Amp mode on a Pioneer SC-05.
I am now usingEminence pxb3-1k6) crossovers on two channels fom SC-05. I want to run four channels from stereo in bi-amp mode, with passive x/overs.

Woofers are: Beyma 15B100/R
Midranges are: Beyma 8M70/N
Tweeters are: Beyma CP385ND w/ TD-250 horns.
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