Good Day all and thank you for admitting me. Thought I'd take advantage of this group having read up on bi-wiring loudspeakers this morning as a direct result of searching for material on Mission 752's. Research proves it's effectiveness but could, at 69, I actually detect it? Be that as it may that's not why I am here.
Music. Better kit gives more music Played last : Joe Walsh -James Gang -Isotope -Hybrid -Bruce Hornsby -Jazzanova -Rod Stewart -Dave Seaman -Fanfarlo -Geoffrey Richardson -James Lavelle -Boards of Canada -Jonny Lang -Gerry Rafferty -Jan Hammer Group -Manassas -The Rides -Bonnie Raitt -Mogwai -Viktor Krauss -Rick Smith -Pete Shelley -Owen Pallett -X Press-2 -Bajofondo -Bent -Chris Rea -Rick Springfield TAD/Technics/Coherent
In essence, if you bi-wire with a given cable, it should in most cases sound better than using a single cable. If, though, you spend the same money on a better single cable as you would spend on two lesser cables, chances are it'll sound better. Especially if you use link cables made of the same cable rather than link bars.
TP-Link MR-6400 router > Uptone EtherREGEN reclocker > Sonore Signature Rendu SE streamer > Coherent modded Gustard U18 DDC > Gustard X26 Pro DAC > Belles SA-100 power amp > Usher Dancer Be-20 speakers. 2 x AfterDark master clocks. PS Audio P3 & P10 regenerators. Coherent QP-2 & Zero Zone LPSUs.